The new edition of Music Week is out now, and we welcome power player promoters Kilimanjaro Live to the cover.
In an interview that leaves no stone unturned, Stuart Galbraith, Zac Fox and Steve Tilley celebrate the company’s 10th anniversary with tales from the top of the live music mountain.
This week’s big story lifts the lid on a huge shake up at East West, while we speak to BBC Radio 1’s Ben Cooper about the station’s new Biggest Weekend event and there’s big news at Beggars Music.
Elsewhere in a jam-packed issue, Music Week crunches the numbers on the 2017 Airplay Chart, picks out the key trends from radio’s biggest hits and grills the companies at the top of the market share charts on their tactics.
Absolute co-owners Henry Semmence and Simon Wills tell the story of their booming artist/label services business and pop magician Jack Antonoff reveals the secrets behind Fun’s We Are Young in the latest edition of Hitmakers.
Legendary manager Ed Bicknell takes on The Aftershow, and the archive slot takes you back to Music Week in 1973.
New South London rapper Ms Banks is our On The Radar star, and there’s more new noise from Selhurst teens Black Midi in Making Waves.
Plus, as ever, there’s all the very latest news, analysis, charts coverage and market share statistics.