week 37 2018
This week we leave our playlist to the eclectic tastemaking talents of Jo Wingate and Nigel Humberstone, the organisers behind Sheffield’s Sensoria Festival.
A petition has formed to put pressure government and parliament to get behind a post-Brexit touring visa that would secure EU working for musicians and professionals.
'Grime has turned into an art form, more than an expression.' We caught up with Big Narstie at the Rated Awards to get his thoughts on the state of UK music.
We catch up with the Teesside trip-hop wonderkid who hurls genres at one another and turns the resulting musical gloop into thunderous, glitchy rap tunes.
The CMM has launched to ensure music makers and industry professionals can thrive in the digital age and to protect the £4.4bn GAV they bring to the UK economy.
Looking for funding, but don’t know where to turn? Or maybe you’ve applied but weren’t successful? An upcoming AIM Academy session should point you in the right direction...
Pete Beardsworth is a sax and keys player, soundscaper and beatmaker working at the more spiritual end of the jazz spectrum. Get to know him ahead of the release of his debut EP...
Music-makers and rightsholders are a step closer to achieving fairer pay for their work online, as Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) vote to approve the Copyright Directive and close damaging legal loopholes.
Help Musicians UK and MOBO Trust have joined forces to launch the second round of the MOBO Help Musicians Fund - learn how to apply.
MNEK, one of the UK's biggest hitmakers writing today, lets us in on why the album format is still so important as an artistic statement...