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Live Nation expects that “shows at scale” will return next summer

As reported on our blog, New Music Platform The CEO of concert giant Live Nation has said that the company expects to beat the obstacles posed by coronavirus in order to host “full scale” shows next summer. New Music Platform: http://newmusicplatform.monkjackpublishing.com/2020/11/09/live-nation-expects-that-shows-at-scale-will-return-next-summer/ It… Continue Reading →

Adam Lanceley gives music another go

Suffering from PTSD, anxiety and depression, Adam was supposed to give up music having found the aftermath incredibly hard to cope with.  But from the kindness of a friend, Adam managed to turn his life around and not give up… Continue Reading →

The one-man rock band set to soar in 2020

So we are now into week six of the lockdown, did you vow to yourself that you would take up a new skill with all that extra time you’d have on your hands? If, like me, you tried to learn… Continue Reading →

Devi is truly Charmian of the Board as she turns to Rock Legends for new release

We genuinely couldn’t believe it when our buddies at Quite Great PR gave us the heads up on this very, very cool Charmian rock chick, and her super cool new track which brings together a big bucket of legends to support her… Continue Reading →


‘JGM’ IS SET FOR RELEASE ON 22ND MAY VIA SUBSTELLAR RECORDS “Massively energetic” Mixmag    “Refreshingly groovy” Billboard    “well crafted, electro-pop gems” Consequence of Sound ‘Wondering If I’ll Ever Come Down’ – Soundcloud / Youtube / Spotify Norwegian duo Lemaitre burst onto the scene in 2010, the intricate electronic pop… Continue Reading →

Universal Poaches Spotify’s Head in Japan to Run Digital Strategy in Market

The importance of Japan to the world’s recorded music industry requires little explanation: according to IFPI data, it was the second-largest market in the world in 2018 behind the USA, generating $2.87bn for artists and record labels. (The No.3 market,… Continue Reading →

Gizz Butler Celebrates 40 Years at the Cutting Edge of Metal and Punk Guitar with Arse-Kicking Masterclass

Artist: Janus StarkTitle: Angel in the FlamesRelease: AlbumLead Track: F.F.O: The Living End; The Wildhearts; The Ruts; Foo Fighters “A great melodic kick up the arse” – Dave Grohl Gizz Butt has earned a unique place among rock’s legendary guitarists… Continue Reading →

Music Promotion & Marketing Fundamentals

So I know that this music blog focuses on new artists but sometimes it is worth highlighting some advice relating to the fundamental part of music promotion, music pr company, music promotion service, and Music marketing and that quite simply… Continue Reading →

Top 10 Composition’s Based on Famous Novels

The amount of compositions that have rejuvenated novels or all ready composed pieces, is astonishing. In this list we will look at 10 outstanding compositions that are exciting, interesting and bold. ‘Ulysses’–Roger Rudenstein. Over 10 years ago, American Composer Roger… Continue Reading →

Julia Mascetti: In Distance, Everything Is Poetry EP

In a musical landscape of predictable, manufactured sound, it comes as something of a shock when something genuinely arresting is released. Such is the case here, Julia Mascetti, having relocated from the UK to Japan, has brought the traditional folk… Continue Reading →

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