The new issue of Music Week is out now, and our coverstars are Martin Bandier, Guy Moot and Brian Monaco of publishing powerhouse Sony/ATV.
Reporting from the company’s New York office, Music Week grills the trio on streaming, Facebook, Ed Sheeran, sync and much more.
Sync has played a significant role in the rise of Virgin EMI singer/songwriter Barns Courtney, who was named Sync Artist Of The Year at the Music Week Sync Awards 2017. Courtney and his team tell a tale that takes in rock’n’roll and Hollywood in this week’s issue.
Also in a packed features section, we explore the issues surrounding music piracy in a special report, while Toto reveal all about their smash hit Africa in the latest edition of Hitmakers.
Our big story this week breaks down the figures in the streaming vs radio debate, with top industry executives weighing in on the issue. Our findings may surprise you…
There’s big news from Atlantic as The Greatest Showman continues to dominate the album charts, plus we’ve got the latest on why music lovers might want to pay closer attention to Lush (yes, the soap shop).
We go up close and personal at the Grammys parties in Hotshots, PR legend Alan Edwards takes on The Aftershow, Birmingham rapper Mist stars in On The Radar, Sofi Tukker appear in Making Waves and Ford team up with emerging songwriter Jake Houlsby in Sync Story.
Plus, there’s all our usual news, analysis, charts coverage and market share statistics.
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