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Is Business Coaching For You?

The Rookery The Rookery is a growing music collective encouraging more people to make and enjoy live music through a range of different jamming and showcase events. The Rookery has been steadily stepping up the number of events the...

Ask The Industry – Sara Prendergast

Tell us a bit about yourself Sara.. I have been working in artist management at SB Management for nearly four years now after starting as an intern. I started out with zero experience in the music industry and not...

Ask The Industry – Josh Ergatoudis (Coda Music Agency)

First up, we ask the young and ambitious Josh Ergatoudis, booking agent at Coda Music Agency for the likes of Kenny Allstar, Fekky and PLAZA. Tell us a bit about yourself Josh! I started at Coda Agency in 2014...

TIPPER OF THE WEEK – MARY CHANG

Next up we have Mary Chang, Editor-in-Chief of There Goes the Fear (TGTF).  Although based in Washington, DC, Mary’s heart resides in the UK, and she has covered events, gigs and music festivals in North America, Europe and Australia. ...

Women in Music Panel At BBC Introducing: Amplify

On the day of writing this, The Guardian published a report stating that tonight, more than two thirds of live music acts performing across the UK will feature no women on stage. Only 9% of the 374 gigs listed...

SWITCH : Sampling and Electronic Music Course

SWITCH is a fully funded talent development course for early stage and beginner electronic music producers from the North East (aged 16-24). It is part of Generator’s Tipping Point talent development programme. The SWITCH course will include 8 sessions...

Meet The Boss – NE Times Interview

10 QUESTIONS: JIM MAWDSLEY Jim Mawdsley has had a dual career – having spent 30 years in live music, he was one of the driving forces behind the Evolution Festival and Shindig. He has also been CEO of Generator,...

£150m Sector Deal for Creative Industries

The deal forms part of the Government’s Industrial Strategy and sets out a number of initiatives that are intended to boost growth and productivity across the music industry and other creative sectors. The funding was announced this morning by Culture...

Top of the flops

The BBC’s new primetime music show ‘Sounds Like Friday Night’ has been met with mixed reactions from across the industry and the wider public. The six part series, conceived as a cross between Top of the Pops and Saturday Night...

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