week 36 2018
'This could mean the death of music, full stop.' Artists gather to take on ‘greedy’ tech giants who are attempting to block EU plans to give creators a fair deal.
Recorded music export revenues have reached their highest level since the turn of the millennium, hitting £408.4m in 2017, according to new figures.
UK artists and musicians are joining forces to take on the ‘greedy’ tech giants that are trying to block European Union (EU) plans to give creators a fairer deal.
'Everyone is looking to us. We're the trendsetters.' We caught up with producer and Beyoncé collaborator Naughty Boy at the GMR Daily Rated Awards.
'UK Music is healthy and constantly evolving.’ Was the sentiment from Radio 1 presenter Zane Lowe as he spoke to us on the red carpet of the Rated Awards.
Bilingual Brighton-based duo Frost join the dots between glacial electronics and transcendental synth-pop. Get under the skin of their sultry sound ahead of the release of their debut LP, Matters
IDLES, Tracey Thorn, Goldie and Jorja Smith are among the artists acknowledged at the 2018 AIM Awards for independent music.
We caught up with RuthAnne, the Dublin-born songsmith who bagged 1.5 billion streams and numerous awards before even releasing her debut single.
Websites dedicated to pirating music from YouTube are causing trouble. 35% of 16-24-year olds are ‘stream-ripping’ music - and that number is set to rise.
With silky-smooth vocals and percussion-focussed minimalism, London alt-pop duo RINNGS are making some of the most unique pop music out there.