Monday, September 24, 2018

New issue of Music Business UK out now – subscribe today! | Music Business Worldwide

We’ve made another magazine, and it’s a beauty.

The bumper Q3 2018 edition of Music Business UK is out now with physical subscribers and will land with digital subscribers later this week.

Once again, it’s a premium-quality publication, filled with beautiful layouts and photography – and stuffed with insight about the past, present and future of the British music business.

It includes:

  • An exclusive in-depth interview with Louis Bloom, the new President of Island Records UK, in addition to a discussion with the label’s new co-MDs, Natasha Mann and Olivia Nunn;
  • Father and son management team, Roy Eldridge and Sam Eldridge, on how they built UROK (Jess Glynne, Tom Odell, Liam Gallagher, Jade Bird, Plan B) into one of the UK’s most successful management companies – and what they’ve learned from each other along the way;
  • Former EMI boss Tony Wadsworth on his time at the label, why it became a bastion of great British music – and the sale which brought its reputation crashing down;
  • Dirty Hit founder Jamie Oborne on the story behind a label which counts both Mercury-winning Wolf Alice and chart-conquering The 1975 amongst its roster;
  • Glyn Aikins and Riki Bleau on joining Sony with Since ’93 – and whether British hip-hop can take on America;
  • Legendary CAA agent Emma Banks on the records that changed her life – featuring Jeff Buckley, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Crowded House;
  • A special celebration of Absolute Label Services as it marks its 20th anniversary;
  • Wildlife’s Managing Director Emma Greengrass on what she wished she’d have known when she started out in music;
  • The founder of Machine Management, Iain Watt, discusses how he and his team grew the business – and its recent sale to James Grant Group;
  • A look-back at the arrival and impact of The Darkness’s first album by the people in the driving seat of its launch – in our regular The Reunion series.

Music Business UK is proud to cover the British music industry like no-one else.

In order to get hold of the latest 160-page edition, you require an annual subscription to either our physical or digital products. (All physical subscribers get a digital edition of each magazine free.)

For a limited time only, all of those who take out a physical subscription to Music Business UK from our Q3 2018 issue will receive our last two digital editions (Q2 2018 and Q1 2018) completely free.Music Business Worldwide


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