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Up to £30,000 a year will be awarded to successful applicants across England, Scotland and Wales

UK charity Youth Music has launched a new fund worth £1.7 million to aid various nationwide music projects with post-pandemic recovery.

As part of the...

Butterz boss Elijah is leading the UK charity's latest project 

UK charity Youth Music has launched the NextGen Fund, offering financial support to young creatives at the start of their music careers. 

Butterz head honcho...

You can apply for the second round of funding until the 5th February

UK music and young people's charity Youth Music has opened applications for its Incubator Fund grants.

After announcing the first recepients for its Incubator Fund...

 The fund will offer grants of up to £30,000 to music industry employers to support the careers of people aged 18-25

Youth Music has launched a £2million fund to help promote diversity and inclusion in the music industry.

In a newly published report about the future...

Reprezent Radio won the Outstanding Contribution award at our DJ Mag Best of British Awards 2020, for their incredible work over the last decade at...

As Reprezent Radio heads into an impressive 10th year, DJ Mag visited them at their Brixton studios to take a deeper look at the work...

Since the international rise of acts like Black Coffee and Culoe De Song, the spotlight is shining once again in the direction of the South...

A nation defined by its innate love of house music, the Rainbow Nation is going through a renaissance which has helped spur GQOM OH! —...

It's a paid six-month programme for young people interested in working in music

Glasgow-based label and collective Numbers have teamed up with national charity Youth Music to launch a work experinence programme for 18-25-year-olds.

The six-month work-study programme...

The story of WAU! Mr Modo

‘The Orb and Youth present IMPOSSIBLE ODDITIES: from underground to overground - the story of WAU! Mr Modo’ might be a bit of...

The travelling investment and mentorship program will support grassroots music scenes around the world...

Applications are now open in South Africa for Boiler Room & Ballantine's True Music Fund. The investment and mentorship program, which initially launched for Spanish...

Australian-based producer spills beans on debut album

Last week we featured a video exclusive of 'Reset', a track from 'Speed of Life', the forthcoming debut album from Australia-based producer Dirty South...

With Miller Genuine Draft...

The Republic of Korea – more commonly known as South Korea – is arguably Asia’s most defined region for electronic music. While it lacks the...

The fund provides grants of £5,000 to £30,000 to businesses and not-for-profit collectives working in the music industry

UK music and young people's charity Youth Music has revealed the recipients of the first round of an incubator fund it has set up.

The fund provides...

JIVA! is available now

A new series about the South African electronic music scene is out now.

Titled JIVA!, the five-part series, produced by Cape Town's Blue Ice Africa...

Episode 2 of RepresentAsian is out now

A new podcast explores South Asian representation and contributions to the UK music industry.

The podcast, RepresentAsian Podcast, is a new project from Bristolian Pakistani siblings...

Restrictions cover the Greater Seoul area and also include limits on treadmill speeds and group sizes

Music running at over 120 BPM has been banned in South Korean gyms for two weeks over fears that fast beats could encourage more rigorous...