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.
Help Musicians UK (HMUK) and Independent Venue Week (IVW) have teamed up for the third consecutive year in a row with a new campaign, Live Music, Help Musicians, which is designed to support the health and wellbeing of artists.
Get involved tomorrow (10 October) by sharing the music that matters to you, using the #MyMusicMindMatters hashtag.
Need help navigating your life as a songwriter or composer? Struggling to conquer mental health issues? Get in touch with Music Minds Matter.
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.
A new campaign dedicated to furthering education on mental health has received £250,000 in funding and the support of high profile figures in the music industry.
Getahead Festival, the world’s first 24-hour urban ‘festival of the head’, lands in London for its inaugural event later this month.
Mental health charity, Music Support, will provide a safe tent area for visitors to AIM House, staffed by trained volunteers.
Fast-rising independent artist Tyni has thrown her weight behind Help Musicians UK’s Music Minds Matter campaign.
#TimetoTalkDay 2018 is campaigning for increased awareness and openness around mental health issues and is offering expert resources for sufferers.