PRS for Music held its first ever rap and grime songwriting camp at London's Tileyard Studios, with the likes of Big Zuu, FLOHIO, Novelist and Ms Banks. See how it all went down...
North London music production and education hub Tileyard Studios has launched a new Women in Music bursary programme.
Created to promote gender equality and inclusion, the all-female event will host talks, panels, networking and workshops for women aspiring to work in music.
From using the ABBA formula to recording demos, songwriting expert Paul Whalley shares his top tips on how to craft that perfect tune...
London music hub Tileyard Studios has expanded Tileyard Education, a facility for the hands-on training of new generation music producers and artists.
Tiggs Da Author, Sigala and Imani Williams will be among the artists performing as part of the fifth anniversary celebrations for Tileyard.
Tileyard Studios has partnered with national charity Youth Music to help support young people in challenging circumstances through music.
Watch the first instalment from our visit to a Notting Hill Music song camp, and hear A&R head John Saunderson talk about how the camp works, what happens to the songs afterwards and how he picks his songwriters.
Indie publisher Notting Hill Music has teamed up with Tileyard Studios and BMI to host its biggest ever songwriting camp.
Anglo-French pair Deafkid sound like they have studied the off-kilter pop music of their native lands to develop a strain of electro-pop that is fresh, exciting and more than a bit odd. The quirky genetics of their songs carry elements of alt-J, Django Django, Panda Bear and El Guincho, although Christopher Lockington and Florian Sauvaire cite their main influences as Three Trapped Tigers, Mew, Cant and Eskmo. Watch them perform new single Vigilante here.