‘There are no boundaries and there are no limits to what you can create with this art form’: composer and multi-instrumentalist Robin Richards branches out from his work with Dutch Uncles.
Field Music, Dutch Uncles and British Sea Power are among the acts slated for the People’s Concert at Manchester’s Albert Hall later this year.
Robin Richards, bass player from Manchester band Dutch Uncles, has scored a new film based on events surrounding the Chernobyl nuclear disaster.
Downtown Music Publishing has acquired UK music publisher Eagle-I Music as part of an expansion plan.
Mercury Prize nominated Kate Tempest, songwriter Ghostpoet and newcomers Slaves are among the first acts announced for Sheffield festival Tramlines.
Robin Richards, bassist with indie pop act Dutch Uncles, has unveiled a new solo EP of classical compositions.
Brolin, Floating Points and Dutch Uncles are among the first ten acts to be awarded grants by the Momentum Music Fund.
Manchester’s Dutch Uncles are a young group looking likely to leave their mark on 2013 with their third (and arguably best) album Out of the Wild. We quizzed frontman Duncan Wallis on why songwriting needs to be dangerous and what it’s like being the third best band in Marple…
Today there are more opportunities than ever to showcase your music internationally. A myriad of different events such as The Great Escape, Popkomm, Womex, Transmusicales, Eurosonic, GoNorth and CMJ bring A&R, live agents, promoters, bloggers, broadcasters and journalists together in one place, to feast their eyes and ears on the finest new music on the planet. There is however a behemoth that straddles the globe and eclipses them all – South by South West (SXSW).
As SXSW 2012 draws to a close and an army of British acts pack up their kitbags for the long trek home, PRS for Music’s Jules Parker looks back at a week of musical mayhem.