Noah Ball talking at Music and Communities conference #1

Apr 11, 2017
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Following our Music and Communities conference #1 we will present a series of short videos surprising some of the key moments during the conversation.
For the first video we selected a moment in which Noah Ball is talking about his first steps in the music industry. From a small night in Leeds to one of the most successful bass music festival in Europe.

Watch the entire discussion on our YouTube channel, or listen on Mixcloud.

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