the great escape
D Double E, grime artist Frisco, and Lady Leshurr are among 100 new artists added to the bill for The Great Escape (TGE) 2016.
Mystery Jets, Mura Masa and Shura are among the first wave of acts announced for The Great Escape 2016.
Samantha Whates’ fragile folk and homespun alt-pop is centred round introspective reverie and an unusual ear for melody. Watch her perform brand new song Dark Waters on Brighton beach...
Stevenage singer songwriter Kelvin Jones became a YouTube sensation after posting his Call You Home track online last year. Expect a debut LP to drop later this year.
The majority of record labels are now looking for ‘multi-revenue stream’ deals when working with new music talent, a panel at The Great Escape has agreed.
Jay Prince is not your typical east London rapper. With a chilled outlook and a loose flow, he’s bridging the Atlantic and bringing back some of the best bits of the late eighties sunshine rap heyday.
The UK government needs to give tax breaks directly to music businesses, in line with its policy in other creative sectors, Cooking Vinyl’s MD has said.
The online music market is still in its infancy with revenue coming from digital services difficult to track, a music executive has said.
‘Passion’ and ‘blind faith’ are at the core of a record label’s offering to artists and songwriters, a label boss has said.
The music industry is only halfway through a lengthy digital experiment, CMU business editor Chris Cooke has said.