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88% of UK artists are currently bringing in less than £1000 per month

A third of professional musicians in the UK are still not earning from their work due to the pandemic, according to research by the charity...

The project is a collaboration between Keep Hush founder Fred Conybeare and mental health project, Eott

A t-shirt in aid of Help Musicians UK is available via Keep Hush Merch Service now. 

As part of a new collaboration between Fredy Conybeare...

 Five bursaries of £3,000 are available, with money going towards counsellor or psychotherapist training 

A counselling bursary scheme has been launched for Black, Asian and minority ethnic workers in the UK music industry. 

Five bursaries of up to £3000...

Help Musicians UK have warned of a looming music industry crisis, and expect an “avalanche of applications” for support in the coming months

55% of professional musicians are earning no money due to COVID-19, according to new research from the charity Help Musicians UK. 

The organisation's study, which...

Thousands of artists have applied for financial relief

A £2.5 million fund for musicians suffering financial hardship during the coronavirus pandemic has run out of money after just five days.

Launched by Help...

The Keep Music Alive campaign has been launched by The Musicians Union and The Ivors Academy

A campaign has been launched by two leading UK music associations calling for an increase in streaming royalties for artists in the wake of the...

For contractors and freelance workers in the independent music industry affected by the COVID-19 pandemic

The Association of Independent Music (AIM) has launched a £1 million support fund for contractors and freelance workers in the independent music industry affected by...

A new government document also outlines that clubs will be eligible for business rates relief

London’s Night Czar Amy Lamé has appealed to local council authorities to suspend licence fees and late night levy fees for hospitality businesses for 12...

Help Musicians UK received a month’s worth of requests for help in one day last week

The £5 million fund to help artists affected by the coronavirus pandemic has already been used up.

Help Musicians UK launched the fund on 25th...

The organisation is offering £500 to musicians in need

Help Musicians UK, the body set up to support independent musicians, has launched a Coronavirus Financial Hardship Fund that will offer funds of £500 to...

It's also running a helpline for those who are struggling to cope

UK organisation Help Musicians has shared some advice and support for those in the music industry who may have been affected by the coronavirus, or...

The venue was originally meant to close on New Years Day

North London club The Cause will remain open at its current premises indefinitely.

Initially opening with the aim of raising £25,000 for charity partners Mind...

The North London club will end its run at its current home in January 2020

Independent London club The Cause has revealed a potential new location.

Launched in 2018, the Tottenham venue, which originally had a year-long contract and was...

The guide coincides which World Mental Health Day

With today (Thursday, October 10th) being World Mental Health, The Assocation for Electronic Music (AFEM) has shared a mental health guide designed especially for those...

Dance music has a mental health problem. Sirin Kale speaks to artists such as Luciano, Courtesy and Marie Davidson, as well as some PRs and...

March 2017. Luciano, real name Lucien Nicolet, is in Frankfurt airport, and he’s bent double with heart palpitations. He knows something isn’t right: things are very wrong, in...