Help Musicians UK (HMUK) has announced their partnership with the British Tinnitus Association (BTA) to undertake pioneering research into the effects, management, and prevention of tinnitus experienced by people working in the music industry.
Three ravers behind the Watch the Hype music blog have teamed up with venues around the country to launch #AllEars, a campaign to tackle tinnitus.
The scheme – which gives musicians access to a specialist hearing assessment and bespoke hearing protection worth £200 for just £40 – has expanded its criteria to include music journalists, producers, technicians and more.
Inspiral Carpets drummer Craig Gill committed suicide due to long suffering anxiety and sleep deprivation caused by acute tinnitus, an inquest has heard.
Damaged vocal cords or debilitated hands are obvious problems for singers and musicians. But too many of us fail to understand the importance of hearing conservation. Check out these top tips from Kevin Ironside of Ultimate Ear.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has produced a guide to noise levels and offers some advice on hearing protection.
National Tinnitus Awareness Week kicked off yesterday, with musicians and DJs from guitarist Paul Abbott to Eddy Temple Morris making videos in support of the initiative.