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Seoul Music: Amber Liu & Justin Park in Conversation
Celebrating AAPI Heritage Month
Amber Liu and Justin Park are both Los Angeles natives, but their music careers have bridged Asian and American cultures from the beginning. As a member of the beloved electropop group f(x), Liu (a Taiwanese-American) is certified K-pop royalty; since going solo in 2015, she’s extended her international reach by releasing music in Korean, English and Mandarin. Park, a Korean-American, is a rising singer-songwriter with an adoring fanbase (including BTS’s Jungkook) who’s now making a name for himself in the US and Korea with his soulful brand of pop/R&B. In this fascinating IG Live, these two friends and collaborators will explore what it means to be an AAPI music creator on the world’s stage. They’ll talk about how their identities have shaped their music, and reveal the joys and challenges of finding an audience on both sides of the Pacific.
- Amber Liu - Artist/Songwriter
- Justin Park - Artist
- Brian Reyes - Associate Director, ASCAP Membership, Pop/Rock (moderator)
Main Stream Music: Composing for TV in the Streaming Age
The explosion of streaming television has brought with it another golden age for fans of the small screen. It has also meant a bounty of new creative opportunities for music creators. Join us for a summit with Carter Burwell, Natalie Holt and Siddhartha Khosla, three of the top composers working in streaming TV. They’ll detail their processes for scoring some of America’s favorite bingeworthy series, and talk about how the streaming model has impacted the art of scoring.
- Carter Burwell - Composer, The Morning Show
- Natalie Holt - Composer, Loki
- Siddhartha Khosla - Composer, Only Murders in the Building
- Jazz Tangcay - Senior Artisans Editor, Variety (moderator)
NFTs: What Every Music Creator Needs to Know
Presented by the ASCAP Lab
Unless your WiFi has been shut off for the last two years, you’ve likely heard about NFTs, and their impact on the music business. Non-fungible tokens have opened up a whole new landscape of opportunities for music creators, presenting new ways for you to monetize your creative work, and interact with your fanbase. We’re bringing together three NFT early adopters for a conversation about this exciting new intersection of music, tech and commerce. They’ll answer many of the basic questions you probably have, and help you understand how NFTs could benefit your creativity and career.
- Vickie Nauman - Founder & CEO, CrossBorderWorks
- Poo Bear - Writer/Producer/Artist
Matt Medved - Co-Founder & CEO, nft now (moderator)