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Three venues, three cities: leading local enterprises on what Independent Venue Week means to them...
Mastering engineer Mandy Parnell and music journalist Sylvia Patterson are among the music industry speakers at Women’s Work in Belfast.
Singer songwriter Ciaran Lavery has received the Northern Ireland Music Prize 2016 for his sophomore album Let Bad In.
Sound of Belfast, a packed programme of live music, industry seminars, conferences, advice and networking, is set to return this November.
Northern Irish rock band Ash will receive a special Legend Award at Belfast's Mandela Hall as part of the Sound of Belfast programme.
Bosco Ramos, Emer Maguire, Petty Youth, Search Party and Vokxen are among the acts chosen for the Oh Yeah Centre’s Scratch My Progress programme.
The Oh Yeah Music Centre, Belfast’s dedicated music hub, has appointed Charlotte Dryden as its new chief executive officer.
Derry-based indie rockers The Clameens are one of the city’s brightest young musical hopes, making spritely guitar music. Watch the band perform What’s the Difference? from the recent PRS Presents gig…
Calling all artists - The Oh Yeah Music Centre in Belfast is launching the fifth year of its Scratch My Progress talent development programme.
‘The single hardest thing for any pop musician is to stay relevant to contemporary society' says Neil Hannon.