The winners of the third annual Scottish Awards for New Music (SAFNM) were announced last night (Monday) at a ceremony hosted by music writer and broadcaster Kate Mollenson.
A live panel of industry experts have today (Thursday) chosen four acts to receive support from the PRS Foundation-led initiative to press a release to vinyl at The Great Escape.
The Association of Independent Music (AIM) have announced the return of AIM House to The Great Escape following a successful debut last year.
Ghetts, Arctic Monkeys, Idles and Jorja Smith are among the composers, artists and songwriters shortlisted for the 2019 Ivor Novello Awards.
The annual event, which takes place in Brighton, showcases new music and features a music industry conference.
The Wide Days conference took place in Edinburgh from 11 – 13 April and welcomed 1000 members of the public to the showcases and attracted 360 industry delegates.
A panel comprised of key figures in the music industry have made their selections from over 200 nominations submitted across 11 categories.
Future Yard will take place in Birkenhead in August and will showcase contemporary new music with a bill topped by Anna Calvi and Bill Ryder-Jones.
PRS for Music members are entitled to 20 percent discount on tickets to the panel discussion event around streaming and royalties.
Scotland’s music convention Wide Days will host a mini-summit of industry figures from across Europe in a bid to maintain connections across the continent.