Portishead have made their cover of ABBA's 'SOS' available to stream for charity.
After debuting their version of the track back in 2016, the Bristol trip-hop group have uploaded 'SOS' to SoundCloud to raise money for mental health charity, Mind.
The Music Venue Trust has outlined necessary government support for grassroots clubs.
Following their recent warning that grassroots venues will face closure as a result of the delay on the proposed 21st June opening date in the UK, the charity shared the six-point plan to manage the impact on extended COVID-19 restrictions on UK venues.
A series of streams for late DJ Alex T are taking place this week to raise money for Meningitis Now.
Throughout this week, DJs will be performing live streams in tribute to late DJ Alex T, real name Alex Theodossiadis, an integral member of the UK dance community who passed away in January last year after a short battle with Meningitis.
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, which included London station No Signal Radio, Bristol digital broadcaster Noods Radio, London jazz group Ezra Collective, labels Black Acre and Saffron Records, and the UK-based, rap-focused video channel Link Up TV, Youth Music has opened the applications for a second round of funding.
GAIKA's new project addresses London members' club and homelessness charity The House Of St Barnabas' links to slavery.
Goldie has created an exclusive T-shirt to raise funds to feed elephants at Tree Tops Elephant Reserve in Phuket.
The drum & bass legend has made a graffiti-inspired design emblazoned with his signature to help feed the seven elephants that reside in the Thailand sanctuary.
Berlin-based Lebanese artist, curator and Morphine Records’ boss Rabih Beaini has released a new compilation in aid of charity initiatives in Beirut responding to last week’s devastating explosion.
Wu-Tang Clan have launched their own brand of hand sanitiser, “Protect ya hands”.
The product is part of “A Better Tomorrow”, a new collection from the legendary hip-hop group raising funds for several Ottawa-based charities: the Ottawa Food Bank, Ottawa Mission and the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario.
A play on the title of their 1993 breakthrough track ‘Protect Ya Neck’, the hand sanitiser is one product in a line that also includes an Ottawa x Wu-Tang Clan shirt, and a Korean meal kit in partnership with Pure Kitchen.
PRS for Music has announced an Emergency Relief Fund for artists to mitigate the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Money will be available for all members of PRS worldwide providing they have been part of the organisation for at least two years, and earned over £500 in that time. Grants will be allocated on an individual basis, with a maximum value of £1000. Applications open at 9AM on Thursday 26th March.