Our traveling IRL event series, featuring community-led conversations at the forefront of music and technology. Each Wavelengths event is structured as a panel, roundtable, or workshop fostering candid dialogue among thinkers, builders, creators, and consumers, on a topic that matters to the Water & Music community and the music industry at large.
Our local Wavelengths events are a complement to our flagship Wavelengths Summit, taking place on May 6, 2023 in Brooklyn, NYC.
For many observers, it can feel like Web3 is in the grips of an identity crisis.
On May 6, 2023, Water & Music had the distinct pleasure of hosting our inaugural Wavelengths Summit, fulfilling a dream of bringing our passionate, unique URL community into IRL space.
We are thrilled to introduce our inaugural Wavelengths Summit — our flagship conference on what’s next in music and tech, which will take place on May 6, 2023 in Bushwick, Brooklyn.
On February 21, 2023, Water & Music partnered with DC-based music company Phlote to host our fourth in-person Wavelengths: A roundtable discussion on the future of financially sustainable music communities.
As touring and streaming increasingly fail to present sustainable revenue streams to middle class artists, it’s never been more critical for artists to find their true fans — fans that will follow their artists throughout their careers, across projects and platforms.
Our panel of passionate builders of community and culture in Web3, co-curated with our partner Refraction, discussed the nature of cultivating a diverse Web3 landscape for artists and their communities around the globe.
In late September, we hosted our first Wavelengths in Brooklyn, where industry leaders discussed Music Curation & Discovery in Web3.