We believe electronic music is a universal language that can be used to break down socio-economic boundaries.
Music and artists can help bridge the extensive gap that exists between the rich and the poor as well as between diferent races in developing countries.
Artists today have a strong engagement with their fans and through this more are becoming opinion leaders, giving them a responsability to raise awareness and take action on issues that need attention.
Globalisation is affecting the music industry and electronic music is expanding to developing countries where we have a great opportunity and responsability to leave a legacy.
We believe the music industry has a great power to “give back” but the result will be exponentially bigger if we all pull together in the same direction. Electronic music has become the fastest growing music genre and the most accesible, now anyone can develop their talent from any random corner in the World.