UK organisation Help Musicians has shared some advice and support for those in the music industry who may have been affected by the coronavirus, or COVID-19, pandemic in recent months and the future.
On its dedicated page for advice, the organisation writes: "Many musicians may be fearful of the implications COVID-19 could have on their own health and their performance and teaching commitments, which in turn might have an impact on a range of issues, including finances and mental health.
The Prodigy have put a Keith Flint-inspired t-shirt on sale to raise money for mental health charity MIND.
The new version of the iconic Dirty Dozen top is on sale via the band's online store priced at £30, and will ship with an accompanying yellow die-cast pin inspired by those worn by friends and family at Flint's funeral last year. All proceeds will go to charity.
A new sound therapy app, T-Minus, has been launched on Apple's App Store to help people who suffer from tinnitus.
The condition currently affects 1 in 8 people in the UK alone, with the likes of Eats Everything, Carl Craig and Bicep's Matt McBriar among the high profile dance music names with the hearing condition.
Brixton Academy has honoured The Prodigy's Keith Flint by renaming its artist dressing room The Keef Flint Suite.
A photograph showing bandmates Liam Howlett and Maxim outside the newly christened area was posted to the outfit's official Instagram page on Thursday 11th December.
"Big respect to Brixton Academy London for renaming the main dressing room 'The Keef Flint Suite' in Flinty's honour," the post reads.
Stockholm's Friends Arena is to host a special one-off orchestral tribute concert to Avicii next month.
The event is being produced by the Tim Bergling Foundation, the charity set up by Avicii's father to raise money and awareness for mental health support. It will mark the first time that many of Avicii's songs have been performed live, as well as the first time that many of his collaborators and the vocalists that have appeared on his tracks will have gathered together in one place for such an event.
With today (Thursday, October 10th) being World Mental Health, The Assocation for Electronic Music (AFEM) has shared a mental health guide designed especially for those who work within the electronic music industry.
The guide aims to educate and inform people on how to cope with mental health struggles, as well as destigmatise the issue itself and provide practical support.