On December 31st 2020 the UK left the EU. Ten days later it was reported that amongst the Brexit negotiations,
Lockdown has caused massive disruption for music artists in the UK, as recording studios closed across the country, gigs were cancelled
Much has been made recently of the terrible impact of coronavirus on the UK economy. The outlook seems to grow
Working performers across the country have been lamenting the stricter lockdown rules that have been implemented in many Northern areas
‘No substitute for collective action’: Massive Attack and University of Manchester seek to reduce music industry climate impact
Bristol-based band Massive Attack are joining forces with The University of Manchester to tackle the music industry’s environmental impact.
With talks about gender equality, the housing situation and new performing acts, Off The Record provided a powerful connection to the world of music this month.
‘Sexy and psychedelic’: The Hoosiers to showcase new sound in Manchester after ’15 minutes of fame’ in 2007
Frontman Irwin Sparkes from The Hoosiers talks to MM all about the band’s new album, their new identity and the changes in the music industry ahead of their return to Manchester on October 30.