Social media is imperative to new acts growing their fanbase, but there are lots of pitfalls to be avoided and money to be saved.
Artists must assess where their career is going before working out how to share their music online, a digital music panel at The Great Escape has said.
The BBC radio DJ, bassist and author shares what he's learned from Biffy Clyro, Run the Jewels, Charli XCX, George Ezra and the leading business brains about cracking the music industry.
World music magazine Songlines have partnered with PRS Foundation to offer UK music creators the opportunity to remix a David Attenborough field recording, and the winner will receive an award at this year’s ceremony.
Heading to The Great Escape later this week? Help Musicians UK is hosting a space to support artists through private drop-in sessions and workshops led by industry professionals.
‘That’s the secret to it all? Just do it. Keep doing it beyond the point at which it feels reasonable to do it.’ Says composer Sam Eastwood.
UK artists are invited to play for the American music industry at the upcoming LA Sync Licensing Mission and join a songwriting camp before the event.
Calling all artists, songwriters and bands – PRS Foundation’s Flash Funding for Vinyl initiative has opened for 2019. Get your applications in this week!
PRS for Music members are entitled to 20 percent discount on tickets to the panel discussion event around streaming and royalties.
'I think it’s crucial to be open, to want to work hard and be across many different genres.' Says chart-topping songwriter Jin Jin.