British singer songwriter Greg Lake, who founded King Crimson and Emerson, Lake and Palmer (ELP), has sadly passed away.
Leeds indie retailer Accent Clothing is PRS for Music’s inaugural Music Makeover Fashion competition winner, receiving £5,000 to revamp the store for live performances.
Brighton blues/hip-hop singer-songwriter Rory Graham (aka Rag n Bone Man) has been named the BRITs Critics Choice winner for 2017.
Sales of vinyl albums hit £2.4m during last week (w/c 28 November), overtaking the amount of weekly download sales for the first time, new figures show.
The BBC Music Awards is calling for your votes to decide the song of the year at this year’s event with Adele and Coldplay among the shortlisted acts.
Composers Claudia Molitor, Tansy Davies and Mark Bowden are among the 76 percent of first-time winners at this year’s British Composer Awards.
PRS board director and renowned record producer Steve Levine has curated a BBC 6 Music radio show on eighties’ electronic pop, charting its rise across the UK.
Leading figures from across the live music industry have called for a change in venue licensing to make it easier to stage events and help the industry thrive.
A new report by the Audio Engineering Library (AEL) has revealed that MP3s and similar formats impact the ‘emotional characteristics’ of musical instruments.
A campaign to erect a statue of the late David Bowie at the site of where he first performed as Ziggy Stardust has reached its £100,000 target.