New edition of Music Week out now

New edition of Music Week out now

In the new issue of Music Week, we welcome Foo Fighters to the cover. This week’s Big Interview sees us catch up with Dave Grohl, Taylor Hawkins, super-producer Greg Kurstin and top Sony execs to find out how new album, Concrete And Gold, stands to make rock’s biggest band even bigger. On top of that, we speak to the Foos’ UK touring team to find out how the group got to the top, and stayed there…

Elsewhere in news, Chrysalis take us inside their deal with Everything But The Girl, and the 2017 Music Week Sync Awards receives a record number of entries. Plus, Now That's What I Call Music's co-MD discusses the franchise's future as it approaches its 100th edition. 

There’s another dose of Music Week’s legendary analysis as we tell you the 8 Things To Know About 2017 as a whole so far and UK Music's Michael Dugher talks about why the biz should embrace greater diversity.

Plus, we take an in-depth look at music’s education sector to review the learning apprenticeship and internship opportunities for anyone wishing to embark upon a career in the music industry, including commentary from BIMM, PPL and AIM.

This week’s On The Radar star is London-based indie rock group Sloes, while Good Time and Oneohtrix Point Never feature in the Sync Story column. This week’s tastemaker is NME’s Leonnie Cooper. 

As usual, there’s all the very latest news, charts and analysis. To subscribe to Music Week and never miss another vital music biz story, click here.

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