For the third year running, the International Music Summit is returning to Malta for a two-day intensive "crash course" in electronic music.
Over September 14th and 15th, Malta's Intercontinental Hotel will host seminars, workshops, discussions and interactive sessions with internationally renowned artists and industry leaders.
Dubfire will deliver a keynote speech this year, and representatives from the Association For Electronic Music (AFEM), Beatport, Black Rock Publishing, elrow, Help Musicians, Inflyte, Mixmag, Ultra Music and Warner Records will be on hand to deliver instruction and insight on performance, production, promotion and publishing, or " the four key educational pillars" of IMS College.
Following the college's "learn by day, party by night" ethos, students can also party with elrow at Uno Village with Dubfire, Camelphat and local Maltese star Carl Bee after a long weekend of learning. They'll also be treated to a rooftop sunset gig at Sky Beach bar with Mambo Brothers for the opening ceremony, and fellow Ibiza's Manu Gonzalez will play at Playground.
More speakers will be announced, and badges are on sale now.