Session Two
So, you want to know more about the music industry?

Are you aged 16-25 and interested in a career in music, but don’t know where to start? Or perhaps you know a bit but want to find out more and connect with music-minded individuals? Then join Wired4Music for the second webinar in our brand new  series where we’ll be hearing from a range of speakers about their work in the industry today.

Thursday 10 Sep 2020 

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Online via Zoom

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Anna-Marie Descartes

Anna-Marie is a presenter and host with her own music talk show called Live With Anna-Marie. She has worked with the likes of MOBO, Westside Radio and interviewed countless personalities that we know and love.

When she is not on camera, Anna-Marie runs her own natural skincare line called House of Embrace.





Tee Peters

After losing his equipment in a tear gas attack while working as a videographer for Lil Pump, Tee Peters set aside all distractions and finally started making music to begin what he calls ‘Working Season’ where at which Tee Peters & German collaborator Mensing brings listeners new music every month with the objective of helping listeners love themselves more and get more focused on work.

Recent singles ‘Seasons’ & ‘Numeracy’ premiered on BBC Introducing as Track of The Week & has since been featured on Spotify’s ‘Conscious’ and ‘dazed ‘ & ‘Free Form’ official playlists. To follow this up, Tee performed for the Mayor of London and has teamed up with brands such as O2, DICE, War Child & Nandos & Rough Trade




Savannah Simms

With a passion for working within the creative industries, Savannah Simms is the Head of Operations for the community engagement program Tileyard Impact, located at Europe’s largest creative community hub Tileyard.

After previously working in a variety of sectors and events such as nightlife, hospitality, education, live music alongside presentations, Q & A’s, festivals and more, she has been able to use those skills to take her career further into the music industry.

Currently managing an indie rock band The Motive while working alongside various charities and organisations like Google, The Guardian, ITV, Labour Party and a performance for the Duke & Duchess of Cambridge, Savannah Simms plays an interesting role in music.

Top tips:

1. Put your hands in different baskets, dip your fingers in different pies/ transferable skills

2. Save money, learn about money. Invest in yourself money = freedom

3. Less perfection and more authenticity



Dean Bryce:

Dean Bryce has almost 20 years in the music business. His journey started as management assistant for MJ Cole & Roots Manuva before he wrangled an A&R position at the iconic label Ninja Tune – signing a few mercury prize winning artists and starting a Ninja Tune dance imprint record label which helped bring Peggy Gou to prominence.


He then moved on to be the global head of music at Boiler room before founding Don’t Sleep. Don’t Sleep is a music venture that supports creators who push culture forward. This is done at every stage of the creative journey: discovery, publishing, management and records.




More speakers to be announced…!

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