Coachella’s 20th anniversary documentary is set to be aired next month.
'Coachella: 20 Years in the Desert', which features performances from Radiohead, Björk, Daft Punk, Kanye West, Rage Against The Machine and LCD Soundsystem, will premiere via YouTube Originals on April 10th.
A club in China has raised almost $300,000 from live streaming.
One Third club in Beijing, which has hosted the likes of US bass star Slander, EDM mainstays Martin Garrix and Timmy Trumpet, and Alison Wonderland since opening its doors, hosted a live stream via Douyin.
Bassnectar has teased the release of a new album and archived footage.
The US bass DJ and producer, who recently announced TOKiMONSTA and Zeds Dead for his Be Interactive non-profit fundraising party this Summer, has revealed plans to release "tonnnns" of new music. Alongside the mention of a new album, there's also mixtapes and set recordings.
Ableton have extended the trial period on their music-making software Live from 30 to 90 days. The extended trial period offers the full version of the software, including saving and exporting your creations. They're the latest in a string of companies to make some of their software free during the extended lockdown period for many around the globe, due to the coronavirus crisis. You can download the free 90-day trial here.
With this summer's Glastonbury having been postponed to June 2021 last week as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the festival's organisers have taken to social media to encourage past attendees to share some of their favourite photo memories from past editions.
Album sales have hit a 60-year low in the US amid the ongoing music industry fallout from the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Sales are down on both physical and digital products, while streaming numbers have also taken a hit. This is a further blow for an industry that is already dealing with a wave of festival and gig cancellations around the world due to the lockdown measures and gathering bans that have been put in place by various countries to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
Bugzy Malone has revealed that he is "lucky to be alive" after a serious motorbike accident landed him in hospital last week.
The rapper was riding a motorised trike around the streets of Bury, Greater Manchester when the bike ploughed into the side of an Audi. Videos shared on social media from the incident showed him bloodied and surrounded by debris in the immediate aftermath of the collision.
With the UK having effectively being placed on lockdown last week amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, a number of 'non-essential' businesses were forced to close their doors across the country.
Amongst the small, independent businesses that now find themselves in a precarious financial situation as a result of the pandemic are record shops. Many have been forced to go online only for the length of the pandemic while they must still pay rents on their bricks and mortar stores, leading to a potential squeeze on finances in the coming months.
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 musicians who've been affected by the ongoing pandemic.
Experimental electronic artist RXM Reality will release his new album ‘blood blood blood blood’ via Chicago label Hausu Mountain this Friday 3rd April.
Over 15 tracks, ‘blood blood blood blood’ traverses a wide range of club sounds, with flourishes of everything from industrial and grime to 8-bit and ambient. It makes for a head-scrambling collection of sonic collages that grabs you and shakes until you’re delightfully, intoxicatingly dizzy.