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Over 100 UK festivals join campaign to tackle sexual violence

Over 100 UK festivals have united for a campaign to tackle sexual violence.


First launched in 2017, the Association of Independent Festivals (AIF) has updated...

Bullying and harassment helpline for UK music industry launched

A new helpline aiming to provide support in cases of bullying or harassment within the UK music industry has been launched by UK organisation Help...

Copyright, indefinite ownership, artistic rights – signing a label contract without prior scrutiny can lead to protracted, complicated scenarios for artists at any stage in...

If you’re at a stage where you’re hoping to release your music on a label, now it’s time to make sure you don’t get done...

New reports show harassment and abuse is still prevalent despite the #MeToo movement

The Musicians' Union has called on the UK Government and various music industry bodies to come together to do more to tackle the issues of...

Hannah Holland, Afrodeutsche and Dimensions Festival have also shared their support for the #LetTheMusicMove campaign

More than 200 British artists have called on the government for financial aid for touring EU countries following Brexit.

The Chemical Brothers, Kano, Kelly Lee...

An urgent petition has been launched to counter the plans

The Musicians' Union has warned that the UK government's plans to cut funding to arts subjects at universities will be "catastrophic".

In a report carried...

Musician's Union, Music UK and National Union of Journalists have signed the letter

Hundreds of arts organisations have signed an open letter to Boris Johnson about the post-Brexit touring crisis.

In January, the UK government denied claims that it...

The 10-point plan has been backed by UK Music and the Musicians' Union

A Post-Brexit EU touring plan for musicians has been proposed by UK Labour MP Harriet Harman.

In January, the UK Government was urged to take...

Music's Dirty Secrets: Women Fight Back investigates recent reports of assault against Erick Morillo and Octavian

Content warning: This article contains information relating to sexual assault.

 A new BBC documentary investigates how allegations of assault and abuse against women are dealt...

After the UK officially left the EU on January 1st, myriad questions about daily life, work and travel have been left unanswered by the UK...

The dust is yet to settle on the Brexit deal agreed between the EU and the UK, but it is already clear that touring Europe...

A proposed work-Visa exemption for performers was rejected by the UK government, a source close to Brexit negotiations has revealed

The UK government has denied claims that it rejected a deal offer from the EU that would allow musicians to enter countries that belong to...

The information is taken from a new study pubished by the British Phonograpic Industry

UK artists are behind 10% of music streamed globally, a new report pubished by the British Phonograpic Industry (BPI) has found.

New analysis from BPI has...

The Chic frontman spoke out in front of MPs yesterday 

Chic guitarist Nile Rodgers argued that major labels are to blame for low artist income from streaming platforms, appearing before MPs yesterday as part of...

“We have to make the economics of streaming fairer”

82% of musicians earned less than £200 from streaming in 2019, according to a new poll by the UK’s independent body for music creators, The...

The figure was revealed in a UK Music report that also estimates musicians will lose 65% of their income in 2020

UK Music has published its annual 'Music By Numbers' report which looks at the contribution the UK music business makes to the British economy each...