Blip Discs will pass all bandcamp fees directly to artists to support East Africans impacted by coronavirus.
The London-based label and brainchild of Tom Blip, Blip Discs, which features releases from Glowing Palms, Mubashira Mataali Group, O'Flynn, and Tom Blip & Swordman Kitala, has announced that all profits from Bandcamp sales will be passed straight onto the artist.
This week, Circadian Rhythms will release two remixes of Last Japan and Killa P’s dark dubstep and grime fusion, ‘Exhale’.
Originally released in 2017, the track is given the rework treatment by two masterminds of the UK scene, Sully and Circadian Rhythms’ own Escha.
Bugzy Malone has been injured in serious motorbike accident.
Manchester-born rapper Bugzy Malone, real name Aaron Davis, was involved in a serious accident involving his own three-wheeled bike and another car, Manchester Evening News reports.
Belgian festival Tomorrowland have shared that preparations for the 2020 summer festival are "ongoing".
Following the global coronavirus pandemic, which forced Tomorrowland to cancel the winter edition of the festival, alongside other huge events like Ultra Abu Dhabi & Miami, as well as Snowbombing, organisers have assured fans that the festival, as it stands, intends to go ahead.
Nashom Wooden of the Ones has passed away at age 50, a victim of COVID-19.
Spotify has revealed a Music Relief initiative for artists affected by the coronavirus pandemic, which 'recommends verified organisations that offer financial relief to those in the music community most in need around the world'.
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.
The Glastonbury Experience is set to air on BBC when the world-famous UK festival was originally set to take place, on the weekend of 24th - 28th June.
Organisers recently announced the event would no longer go ahead due to the coronavirus pandemic, a particularly painful decision considering this year marks its 50th anniversary. Tickets will be valid for next year.
Run the Jewels have shared a new single, ‘Ooh La La’, taken from their forthcoming album, 'Run The Jewels 4'.
DJ Premier, one half of legendary hip hop outfit Gang Starr, makes an appearance alongside Greg Nice of Nice & Smooth. The Gang Starr track, 'DWYCK', is used as a sample in the cut.
Burning Man 2020 is to "proceed with caution" in light of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The Nevada festival, which effectively sees a small town built in the middle of the desert, issued a statement confirming the news, with dates still set for Sunday 30th August - Monday 7th September. The announcement comes with a sensible warning, though, explaining that the situation will be subject to ongoing monitoring.