Following a newly formed partnership with Dubset Media Holdings, the streaming service Apple Music now has the ability to stream remixes, mash-ups and DJ mixes for the very first time.
Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood’s son, Joe Corré, plans to burn his entire £5 million punk memorabilia collection in Camden on 26 November to commemorate the 40th anniversary of punk.
One of London’s oldest and most beloved music venues is under threat, with a petition now launched to help save The George Tavern.
“Nina”, the long-in-the-works Nina Simone biopic starring Zoe Saldana, is finally set for release next month. Written and directed by Cynthia Mort (“The Brave One”), the film chronicles the late, great musician’s career and role as a civil rights activist.
Concert to Calais have announced the full venue list and tour dates for the music tour in aid of refugees.
A museum honouring the life and work of Peter Tosh, one of Jamaica’s global music legends and founding member of the critically acclaimed reggae group, the Wailers, will open its doors in Kingston this summer.
The petition against the redevelopment of a property next door to Air Studios has passed 11,000 signatures, with the campaign gaining media coverage in the likes of The Times, The Telegraph and The Evening Standard.
Third Man Records announced that they will be having concerts at their Detroit Facility. The inaugural band will be Negative Approach. In addition,
Qrates launch Store Delivery, a distribution service that essentially makes it a one-stop shop for artists and labels looking to get their records into online and bricks-and-mortar stores.
After impressive growth in only its second year, Independent Venue Week brings together 120 venues across the UK with a week-long series of concerts and events.
Over 8,000 people have signed a petition opposing the redevelopment of Mandela Hall one of Northern Ireland’s best-known live music venues.
Punk.London will highlight the continuing influence of the genre-busting cultural phenomenon, as the capital’s cultural organisations tell the story of punk through art, design, film, fashion, literature, photography and, of course, music.