Meet Rebekah Ubuntu, a London-based performance and sound artist who mines the tensions between class, queerness and rebellion for their work...
‘There is amazing technology at our fingertips, but we’ll miss these opportunities if we can’t work collaboratively as an industry to take advantage of them,’ PRS for Music’s Paul Dilorito has said.
Vicky O’Neon is a self-dubbed ‘Riot Grrrl multi-instrumentalist’, whose particular specialisms in body percussion and vegetable orchestras drive her sublime sound. Get to know...
'I realised there is no real support for multifaceted female musicians who utilise technology, so I started a scene for us': music and tech wiz Bishi on her latest venture...
The music business is ‘still stuck in the past’ and must harness emerging technologies to enable a fairer future for artists, Ninja Tune and Coldcut co-founder Matt Black tells The Great Escape.
MusicTank’s forthcoming Is Technology the New Beatles? session will explore the impact of technological innovation on the music industry.
M meets the chief executives of PRS for Music, GEMA and STIM who are coming together to revolutionise the way their collecting societies handle online music licensing and digital royalty payments.
Andy Malt, editor of music news daily CMU, reviews the latest chapter in the great streaming debate.
Chantelle Fiddy debunks the myths about mobile apps to find out how they can make a difference in the mix