Entries in 'Interviews' (38)

Ultra Music's Patrick Moxey: 'It's a great time for dance music'

"If music is in your blood, it pulls you in. It’s almost inexplicable,” says Patrick Moxey, Ult

Xtra Mile: 'We want to be artist friendly'

After launching as ‘a side project’ in 2003 to release music by Frank Turner’s old band M

Cooking Vinyl Australia: 'The Australian industry is in a good place'

"There’s a reason Cooking Vinyl has been around for 27 years,” says Leigh Gruppetta, director o

Drag City Records: 'Our version of music'

For 25 years, Chicago-based indie label Drag City Records has been home to an eclectic array of artists, ha

Catfish And The Bottlemen: 'We wouldn't let anyone tell us that we couldn't do it'

"Somebody told me you couldn’t be a working class band in the music indust

Glastonbury's Michael Eavis: 'We're still ahead of the game'

As legendary music industry figures go, Michael Eavis is up there with the best of them. Almost 80 years ol

Downtown Music Publishing: 'We're happy to take a chance on developing artists'

Founded in 2007, Downtown Music Publishing arrived on the scene at a time when digital revolution and major

Hospital Records: 'Dance is bringing massive revenue to the British music industry'

Since launching Hospital Records alongside Tony Colman in 1996, Chris Goss has taken the label

Sia: 'What feeds my ego is achievement'

Can a true star ever escape the limelight?

Pop history is littered with multiple adulation addicts

Ministry of Sound: 'In Australia you can really build a record'

Launching in Australia in 1999, Tim McGee first built Ministry of Sound’s business off the back of th

On The Radar: Wolf Alice

Wolf Alice, a four-piece band from North London, are about to release their newest EP Creature Songs when s

Insieme: 'As publishers we try and work in non-traditional ways'

Based in New York, Insieme music publishing is an affiliate company of Glassnote Entertainment Group. Thoug

Miles Leonard: 'You can't only support the hugely successful records'

Miles Leonard’s loyalty to Parlophone has known few bounds in the past two decades, despite the compa

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