From Me to You (#FM2U), a one-day conference aimed at emerging artists and music industry entrepreneurs, returns to London next month for its fourth edition.
Rachel K Collier, James Orvis, KVASIR and Prospa will play BBC Music Introducing and PRS Foundation's showcase at the festival in Amsterdam.
'Enough is enough! Political parties have been using our music without permission for too long. I’m calling on writers and publishers to take action': publisher, producer and DJ John Truelove ruminates on the 2017 party conference season.
London community channel Soho Radio is launching its very first classical music programme, with Manners McDade’s global creative manager Harriet Moss presenting.
The showcase is part of a free evening of Talent Development Workshops in Bristol, featuring guests including Emily Eavis and Huw Stephens.
Hit songwriter Ralph Murphy will reveal the tricks of the trade at the London event in October, which is offering discounted tickets to all PRS for Music members.
How do new and/or niche artists cut through the noise in today's music industry to make a meaningful impression, asks University of Westminster programme director Sally-Anne Gross.
Created to promote gender equality and inclusion, the all-female event will host talks, panels, networking and workshops for women aspiring to work in music.
Grime could be as disruptive as punk for the British music industry but one of its biggest challenges is the state, the first academic study into the genre has found.
Warner Music is the first major record company to sign a licensing deal with Mixcloud, covering the label’s international roster of artists and recordings.