The Great Escape 2018
Ninja Tune graphic designer turned rapid-fire rap ace FLOHIO is owning 2018 with her unique flow and uncompromising sound. Get to know ahead of her PRS Presents show later this month...
Gabe Gurnsey is embracing humid house and throbbing, dancefloor-indebted post-pop for his first foray outside of industrial electronic noiseniks Factory Floor, and it's ace...
Artist tours can’t be like a ‘two-week-long party’ where bandmates get up to movie-style antics, The Xcerts bassist Jordan Smith tells The Great Escape.
Music is enjoying a ‘new dawn’ which can help the industry ‘correct all the flaws of the past model’, multi-million-selling songwriter and producer Crispin Hunt has said.
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.
PRS Foundation’s Momentum Fund has generated more than £13m for the British music industry over its five-year life span, according to a new study revealed by the charity at The Great Escape.
If you ever needed proof that UK guitar music is alive and kicking, then caustic noiseniks LIFE are your band. They're out on the road, so if you haven’t indulged yet, now’s the time…
Ready for this year's instalment of the mighty Great Escape Festival? We've rifled through the extensive line-up to pull out some of our fave acts hitting the seaside. Tuck in!
The Xcerts and Huw Stephens will appear ‘In Conversation’ for an upcoming session at The Great Escape, presented by PRS for Music, PRS Foundation and PPL.
Lady Sanity, Paigey Cakey and Laurie Mann are among the artists confirmed for Urban Development’s largest ever showcase at The Great Escape.