Acclaimed experimental artist and composer Matthew Herbert has announced details of a new Brexit inspired big band project.
UK Music has welcomed the government’s commitment in its Digital Economy Bill to ban computer software enabling bulk ticket buying for live gigs.
Helen Grime, Robert Irvine and Ailie Robertson were among the winners of the Scottish Awards for New Music.
RIP Records Introduces has returned for 2017, with a series of monthly releases from brand new artists including Manchester’s Matadors.
Urban Development, British Underground and Generator North East are among the PRS Foundation’s Talent Development Partners for 2017/18.
Much-loved Norfolk restaurant-in-a-yurt, Shuck’s, has been named winner of PRS for Music’s inaugural Music Makeover Restaurants contest.
UK Music has given a cautious welcome to the government’s new budget measures but called for more detail around its impact on live music venues.
BBC Radio 3 is to celebrate the lost works of five female composers as part of a project to mark International Women’s Day (8 March).
Night czar Amy Lamé will be among the speakers at Yes She Can, a new event aimed at promoting greater gender equality in the music industry.
Sound and Music is marking International Women’s Day 2017 with a week of activity aimed at opening up the debate and championing female composers.