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MOBO announces rule amendments for the 22nd annual MOBO Awards process

  MOBO has introduced new amendments that will guide the 22nd Annual MOBO Awards process, after completing its annual awards review. The changes have established an 11-strong expert MOBO Awards Judging Panel – a new voting body convened in 2017, chaired by artist manager and…

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Lunch with Mike Caren

  He believes in artist development. This is another thing the old guard has wrong. Stuck in the last decade they don’t know the ball has been moved. Mike finds an act, brings him to the studio for a week and sees if the act…

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The Killers’ 11 most under-appreciated songs

  Let’s give the band’s unsung bangers some time in the sun If you’ve ever been for a night out where they didn’t play ‘Mr. Brightside’ at least twice, you’re doing fun wrong. But what about The Killers’ less notorious songs? Here’s our pick of the Las…

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How to Build a Loyal Following Through Social Media

  Leverage Social Media Social Media Engagement and Interactions Tell Your Story Connect with Fans Showcase Other Bands     Conversions If you have a million followers and none of them buy anything, you’ve made no money. Exposure and brand awareness are good short-term goals,…

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Sam Smith pens note to fans promising new music ‘very soon’

The singer has been working on the follow-up to his debut album, ‘In The Lonely Hour’ Sam Smith has promised fans the wait for new music from him is “nearly over”. The pop star released his debut album ‘In The Lonely Hour’ back in 2014….

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2017 MTV VMAs

Kendrick Lamar was the night’s big winner, picking up six awards including video of the year for HUMBLE. The video, directed by Dave Meyers, takes a wry look at the rapper’s growing fame and sees him dressing up as a pope and taking part in…

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How Social Media has affected the Music Industry

It’s clear to see that in 2017, the music industry continues to be intensely competitive. More music is being streamed for free or at a low-cost and everyday, thousands of podcasts, online radio shows and songs are uploaded to the internet. In 2016 alone, for…

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The Future of Music

  The music industry has been rapidly transforming with technology as the accelerant. Ten years from now the music industry will change significantly due to the rise of streaming, the proliferation of digital distribution, the marginalization of terrestrial radio, the rise of cloud-based personalisation with…

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London Artist Development

  So what exactly is artist development? Artist development is the taking of raw, unaltered and sometimes unknown talent and moulding it into what you see on TV and hear on radio. The process can take years as almost nobody becomes an overnight success. Artists…

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Making Music: The 6 Stages of Music Production

In today’s music-making world, the only rule is there are no rules. Record whatever you want and use it as a sample. Automate effects in ways never imagined before. Mix rhythms and genres to create beats and melodies that go further and create new categories…

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