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New BBC documentary explores the power of music for people living with dementia

A new BBC documentary is set to explore how music can help people living with dementia.


It follows increased research in recent years into the...

Motion

90% of young people believe clubbing improves mental health, according to new research from Bristol club Motion.


The Bristol hotspot carried out the research as...

85% of people in Britain say music is vital to their mental health, new survey says

85% of people in Britain say music is vital to their mental health, according to a new survey from transport app FREE NOW; the new...

Nia Archives shares video for new single, ‘Luv Like’: Watch

Rapidly rising jungle and drum & bass DJ, producer, and vocalist Nia Archives has dropped her new single, 'Luv Like'.


The track is the third...

U K, G?: the electronic music collectives opening up conversations around mental health

Sticky Tapes, eott and Don’t Keep Hush tell Jack Ramage how they’re helping to shift perceptions around wellbeing in dance music

The stigma surrounding mental health has drastically changed over the last decade, with people beginning to realise how important it is to talk about their...

The app is being trialled as part of a new music therapy which aims to improve patients’ cognitive function

A music-making app has been developed by doctors to help reduce the experience of brain fog in cancer patients. 

The app, ARMcan (Active Receptive Music...

"When you have an up-and-coming artist there should be some structure"

Klas Bergling, father of Avicii, AKA Tim Bergling, has called for greater mental health support for young music artists. 

In an interview with The Times...

The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry's report also found that subscriptions to music streaming services rose by 51% during the pandemic

A new study has found that listening to music helped improve emotional wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic, and that people spent more time listening to...

Running the gamut from classical to hip hop, the event will be held at the recently renamed Avicii Arena 

An Avicii tribute concert is set to take place in Stockholm on 1st December. 

A first of its kind, the Avicii Arena Together For A...

The Google Doodle has also been used to mark the start of National Suicide Prevention Week

An Avicii 'Wake Me Up' animation has been shared by Google to celebrate what would have been the late-DJ's 32nd birthday, on 8th September.

The...

Music for Dementia and the National Academy for Social Prescribing are supporting four specialist centres for music therapy

Music can help reduce the symptoms of depression in people with dementia, according to two studies that have now spurred on the charity Music for...

Pirate Studios surveyed 1,500 DJs

A new survey of 1,500 DJs carried out by Pirate Studios has found that 66% of artists have suffered burnout at least once.

Pirate points...

The project consists of three bespoke relaxation mixes

Ministry of Sound has partnered with sleep and meditation app Calm for a new series of chillout-focused mixes.

The project, titled 'Chillout Sessions', consists of...

While almost half are now worried about the future of their local venues 

57% of people say music helped them cope through lockdown, a new study by UK Music has found, with 42% listening to more during the...

The site will become a 'global hub for sharing ideas on young people's mental health'

Stockholm’s Ericsson Globe venue has been renamed Avicii Arena in honour of the late-Swedish electronic music star, real name Tim Bergling. 

The decision has been...

The project has been launched in partnership with Ninja Tune, Paradigm, Percolate and POLY

UK mental health charity Mind has shared a number of resources focused on the electronic music industry.

Partnering with Ninja Tune, booking agencies POLY and...

NHS doctor, DJ and producer Luke Sandler readies his new EP, ‘We Go From Here’, on Mind of Ours. Hear the cinematic breakbeat title track...

Luke Sandler will release his new EP, ‘We Go From Here’, on 21st May. 

The London DJ and producer, who works full-time as a doctor...

Having access to music-making programmes can dramatically reduce the chances of young people in prison reoffending. Rap is the most popular outlet, but evidence shows...

You have to admire Judah Armani’s determination. The 50-year-old, Tehran-born, London-bred designer dedicates his expertise to long-term projects aimed at creating “safe and enabling environments”...

“It’s good to talk and it’s important not to suffer alone”

One Industry One Voice (OIOV), the umbrella body of UK events associations and businesses, has shared a list of mental health resources on offer to...

 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...