women make music
AWAL have announced a partnership with PRS Foundation, including a £50,000 cash contribution and mentoring programme to support outstanding women music creators.
The artist and producer-led non-profit organisation Women Produce Music (WPM) have announced !N_KoLAB their latest initiative designed to support music makers, audio engineers through collaborative projects.
Management company Glastry, founded by Rolling Stones’ manager Joyce Smyth, is the first company to sign up to PRS Foundation’s new circle of patrons for Women Make Music fund.
Just three singles in and with stacks of praise already, PLYA (pronounced 'playa', the Spanish for beach) are going places with their dark and dreamy electronic pop...
South Londoner Poppy Ajudha has got the internet in a twist with her new single, Love Falls Down. With its sassy vocal hooks and hazy downtempo vibes, its the perfect slice of sizzling alt-soul...
BBC Radio 3 is to celebrate the lost works of five female composers as part of a project to mark International Women’s Day (8 March).
Clever, artful folk pop is the musical realm of singer songwriter Roxanne de Bastion. We spend 30 seconds with her ahead of the release of new LP, Heirlooms & Hearsay.
The music industry continues to pose ‘a challenging environment’ for women, a new PRS Foundation report has revealed.
Paigey Cakey, Playing House and Lisa Knapp are among the latest recipients of funding from the PRS Foundation’s Women Make Music Fund.
Classically-trained singer, songwriter, producer Michelle O Faith is readying herself to take over your ears in 2017 - we discover how…