New edition of Music Week out now

New edition of Music Week out now

The new issue of Music Week is out now as we welcome UK rock sensations Bring Me The Horizon to our cover. Over the course of their career, they have already worked their way up to playing arenas. Now, with their new album Amo – due early 2019 – the band, president of RCA UK/Ministry Of Sound Recordings David Dollimore and Craig Jennings of Raw Power Management have set their sights on even bigger things.

Elsewhere, we take an in-depth look at Raw Power Management to see how they’re taking metal into the mainstream. Also in the issue, we catch up with Boyzone and their team to get the inside story of their farewell album and live campaign.

In this week's Big Story, there’s big news at Asylum records, we unpick the massive Q4 battle for chart supremacy and we speak to a host of top execs about Reading/Leeds Festival 2019’s headliners.

In Hitmakers, songwriter James Newman recalls co-writing Rudimental and Ed Sheeran’s huge hit Lay It All On Me, while Jools Holland takes the spotlight in The Aftershow.

CYOA Media account manager Robyn Elton is our latest Rising Star slot and Crookes Magazine editor Adam Crookes offers his hottest musical tip in this week's Tastemakers.

On The Radar features indie storyteller Stella Donnelly and rapper/producer/singer Serine Karthage is Making Waves. Sync Story, meanwhile, looks at Jessica Jones’ hook-up with Barbour.

Alongside all of that, there’s all the very latest news, charts and analysis.

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