Soma Skool returns to Glasgow

Soma Skool returns after a 9 year hiatus with a fresh and dynamic approach to learning about the electronic music industry in 2018, in order to motivate and exhilarate the future creative entrepreneurs of tomorrow.

This year, Soma Records have teamed up with creative arts space SWG3 and electronic music learning hubs Shoogle Studios and SKapade Studios to provide this free entry, educational one day event which is open to anyone over 16.

Throughout the day on March 31st there will be talks, discussions and careers advice from diverse and forward thinking professionals around Scotland currently in Events, Journalism, Production, Performance, Sound & Light Engineering, Digital Live Streaming and Record Labels. There will also be interactive DJ classes and Ableton Live music productions classes from some of the best qualified electronic music teachers in Scotland, encourage the audience to try the equipment out for themselves and come away with new skills.

Line-up with more TBA:

And also featuring: Be-At TV, Mixmag, The Skinny, Numbers, Ableton, LuckyMe Records, Rubadub, Saffron Records, Field Artists, Poly America, Riverside Festival, Vic Galloway, Vaj.Power, Stereotone, Push It, Pulse Radio, Hot Mess, Emu Bands, Electric Shores, SAE, Musician's Union, Kelvin College + More TBA!

This is a free event but places will be limited. Tickets can be reserved on Resident Advisor :

Soma Skool is supported by Creative Scotland

Creative Scotland is the public body that supports the arts, screen and creative industries across all parts of Scotland on behalf of everyone who lives, works or visits here. We enable people and organisations to work in and experience the arts, screen and creative industries in Scotland by helping others to develop great ideas and bring them to life. We distribute funding provided by the Scottish Government and the National Lottery. For further information about Creative Scotland please visit Follow us @creativescots and

Soma Skool is supported by The National Lottery through Creative Scotland's Open Project Fund.