Public Service Broadcasting
The Pink Floyd drummer made the comments outside Parliament this morning, where leading music figures gathered in support of the Agent of Change bill being brought to the House of Commons.
Public Service Broadcasting (pictured) and Ghostpoet are among the 12 acts to receive grants in the latest round of the government funded scheme, which has so far awarded £2.4 million to artists.
When’s the right time for UK artists to grapple with international touring, where can you find the right support, and what should you consider before you set off? Let the experts guide you...
International markets are extremely important for artists who want to build a 10 or 20 year career in music, Liquid Management co-founder David Manders has said.
We were at The Great Escape in Brighton to learn from Public Service Broadcasting’s J.Willgoose Esquire on how they created their unique sound and show…
BIMM is presenting an educational programme at The Great Escape 2016 with speakers including The Maccabees' Felix White and Tony Wadsworth CBE.
Calling all PRS for Music members - apply now for your discount tickets to The Great Escape Festival 2016.
Public Service Broadcasting will be the focus of a new panel format at The Great Escape this year, which offers practical advice on creating a unique sound and live experience.
This week, we ask PRS for Music Foundation’s Ruth Kilpatrick to reflect on another fine year for the charity’s flagship Momentum Music Fund. Expect some ace cuts from Little Simz, MONEY, The Wytches, Floating Points and more...
Public Service Broadcasting and Steven Wilson were among the winners at the Progressive Music Award 2015 winners.