‘It is a particularly satisfying part of publishing to protect the rights of composers and writers': Manners McDade’s creative manager Clare Evenson on the rewards of working in publishing...
Music distributor and label service Ditto Music has announced the return of its Ditto X conference for independent artists, with a series of UK and international dates now in the mix.
What are Electronic Press Kits (EPKs), why are they still so important and how can a new artist put one together? We ask four publicists to share their insider tips...
Want to flex your songwriting skills in dance music? Apply for a place on PRS for Music and Sony/ATV’s writing camp, which takes place in Amsterdam ahead of ADE.
‘Why shouldn’t there be further education options for people that want to make a living out of the music that they love?’: ShaoDow on the UK’s first ever rap and MC degree.
Applications have now opened for the 2020 edition of the internationally renowned SXSW Festival in Austin, Texas.
Music for Youth’s national networking event, Frequencies, returns to Bristol next month and is offering showcase places to emerging artists.
The National Youth Choirs of Great Britain (NYCGB) have opened the Young Composers Scheme for the second year running, and is now inviting composers aged between 18 and 29 to apply.
Nick Pitts, content director of Jazz FM, shares his insider knowledge about how to get your music played on one of the most influential jazz stations in the world.
Composers David Housden and Robin Beanland are set to explore storytelling through music in videogames at the EGX 2019 conference.