Help Musicians UK
Help Musicians UK has teamed up with indie night Propaganda on a series of events to raise funds for the charity’s Music Minds Matter mental health service.
Drake Music is looking for deaf and/or disabled musicians and artists to get involved in its three-year programme facilitating and teaching creative workshops across the UK.
Getahead Festival, the world’s first 24-hour urban ‘festival of the head’, lands in London for its inaugural event later this month.
Blind Mic, Nutribe and Aaliyah Esprit are among the nine acts chosen to receive funding in the latest round of the Future Bubblers bursary.
The music charity has supported 14,000 individuals in the industry through its various services and programmes, up 116 percent on last year.
Three ravers behind the Watch the Hype music blog have teamed up with venues around the country to launch #AllEars, a campaign to tackle tinnitus.
The scheme – which gives musicians access to a specialist hearing assessment and bespoke hearing protection worth £200 for just £40 – has expanded its criteria to include music journalists, producers, technicians and more.
Fast-rising independent artist Tyni has thrown her weight behind Help Musicians UK’s Music Minds Matter campaign.
Rising jazz talent Hannah Kay on the making of her debut LP and how an early love of Sonny Rollins and Cannonball Adderley kickstarted her tenor sax journey...
Rising Scottish tenor saxophonist Helena Kay is the latest recipient of the Peter Whittingham Jazz Award.