As Olly Murs prepares to blaze a trail through Q4, he graces the cover of Music Week as RCA, Modest Management and the Essex entertainer introduce his new campaign to the world.
Find out how he’s leaving the old Olly behind with the release of his sixth album and hits compilation You Know I Know.
Elsewhere in your weekly music business jamboree, we get the lowdown on the future of music technology from the foremost minds in the sector. We also cosy up to Chicago metal titans Disturbed and their manager Peter Mensch to hear all about their new record, Evolution.
This week’s Big Story explores the K-pop phenomenon, in the wake of BTS’ UK takeover. Also in news, we bring you the very latest from Positiva HQ and leading execs explain why the music industry needs sync more than ever.
On the subject of sync, the fifth edition of the Music Week Sync Awards hits London this Thursday (October 18). For more information and for any last minute tickets, click here.
In Hitmakers, we hear from Scouting For Girls songwriter Roy Stride, who tells us why She’s So Lovely will never get old. Meanwhile, acid-tongued author John Niven takes on The Aftershow.
Chilli Jesson reveals all about his new Crewel Intentions project in On The Radar, Lil Halima features in Making Waves and this week’s Sync Story comes from Halifax and Ray Parker Jr.
Plus, there’s all the very latest news, charts and analysis.
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