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Oct 07, 2013 The music industry has had its fair share of bad press over the past decade but recently, things have been picking up for the old dog, with digital revenues finally beginning to overtake the loss of sales of physical. In fact, this year BMI (British Music Inc) has reported its highest collections, taking in $944m for the year ended June
Jun 07, 2013 Today’s top picks… Richie Hawtin, Skrillex and Luciano Team up for Charity >> (Sonar) Three electronic music titans join forces for Bridges For Music, an amazing charity organisation run by Valentino
Nov 09, 2012 Today’s top picks… SXSW Announces First Round of Artists >> (Fact) SXSW has announced the first round of artists due to perform at next years festival from March 12-17. British acts in the line up include Coldcut and Mercury Prize winners Alt-J. The Sun Launches “underground electronic
Luke Hopper, Feb 28, 2012 As part of our series of regular guest masterclasses on March 9th we’ll be welcoming the head of Snow Patrol’s publishing, Steve Farris, to talk at length with our Music Business students.
Feb 23, 2012 Next up in our monthly series of guest masterclasses is head honcho of London record label Hypercolour, Alex Jones, who will be stopping by the Point Blank studios on Thursday 8th March at 1pm (GMT) for an interview
Jan 04, 2012 Tim Sheridan – DJ, producer and boss of VeryVeryWrongIndeed Recordings recently released the two winning remixes from the competition that we ran with his label back in Autumn 2011. Click here to listen to the winning entries. So high was the standard of entries that he felt implored to right a lengthy email response, paying tribute to the submissions and
Jan 04, 2012 You may remember back in August 2011 we ran a competition with VeryVeryWrongIndeed Recordings to remix Paul Loraine’s track ‘Move Closer’ with the winner to get a full global release on their
Aug 12, 2011 So how hard is it really? You write songs and sell them, that’s all there is to it, right? Unfortunately the music industry isn’t quite as simple as we’d all like it to be. There are many different sectors through which an artist must pass and even more ways in which these sectors can be negotiated and traversed. To successfully navigate