A House of Lords select committee has recommended government should better protect live music venues from new residential building developments and simplify the licensing process.
PRS for Music members Mark Simpson and Philip Venables are among the composers shortlisted for the Royal Philharmonic Society’s Music Awards 2017.
Young Yizzy, Josh Barry, Silences and WOWH are among the upcoming artists to make the 2017 Glastonbury Emerging Talent Competition final.
PPL, the UK collecting society for record companies and performers, has announced its largest ever first quarter international distribution to members.
UK Music chief executive Jo Dipple has called on the government to ‘use its strongest hand to steer’, as it sets Article 50 in motion to take the UK out of the European Union.
The US recorded music business could be missing out on as much as $1bn in royalties per year due to the so-called ‘safe harbour’ legal loophole, according to a new study.
The Musicians’ Union (MU), Featured Artists Coalition (FAC) and Music Managers Forum (MMF) have come together to draw up a guideline management contract for artists.
The government has been defeated in the House of Lords as peers back a secondary ticketing amendment to the Digital Economy Bill.
The Charlatans frontman, soloist and label head Tim Burgess joins the third wave of artists confirmed for Liverpool Sound City this May.
Warner Music Group has unveiled a new fan-driven, vinyl-only record label, with the first public-chosen release a live album by Echo & the Bunnymen.