With an ever-growing number of events in the calendar it can be an overwhelming process, so we’ve compiled a handy guide to UK and international festivals taking artist submissions…
Management company Glastry, founded by Rolling Stones’ manager Joyce Smyth, is the first company to sign up to PRS Foundation’s new circle of patrons for Women Make Music fund.
The 2019 edition of the Music Producers Guild Awards took place last night (Thursday) at London’s Grosvenor House with James Ford taking the top accolade of Producer of the Year.
New Music Scotland have announced the details of the 2019 edition of the Scottish Awards for new music, taking place in May, is now open for nominations.
Yesterday (Tuesday) the European Parliament’s Legal Affairs committee approved the provisional agreement on the Copyright Directive and UK Music have subsequently urged MEPs and the EU Council to support the Directive.
The Association of Independent Music (AIM) has revealed the names of additional speakers that will appear at AIM Connected in April.
A major new research project is set to build on the 2016 report Can Music Make You Sick? to better understand the relationship between working conditions in the music industry and mental health.
In 2018 PPL, the collecting society for performers and record labels, achieved its largest ever annual collection of £70.9 million.
The Inverness-based creative industries festival has opened applications for the 2019 edition of the event, and musicians can now enter for a chance to secure a showcase spot.
‘What happens over the coming days and weeks in Brussels over Article 13 and copyright changes is pivotal to protect creators,’ says chief executive officer of UK Music and a former shadow culture secretary Michael Dugher.