New edition of Music Week out now

New edition of Music Week out now

We welcome pop royalty to the cover this week, as Oscar-winning hitmaker Mark Ronson introduces Late Night Feelings, his first record since 2015’s Uptown Special. 

Since then, the producer and songwriter extraordinaire has won multiple awards and racked up millions of sales. His latest hit, Nothing Breaks Like A Heart, with Miley Cyrus, is still blowing up around the globe, and Late Night Feelings marks the dawn of a new era for pop music.

Ronson opens up about the story of the new album and its array of collaborators in an intimate cover interview, with contributions from Columbia president Ferdy Unger-Hamilton and Full Stop Management’s Brandon Creed.

Speaking of pop royalty, power ballad queen Bonnie Tyler takes on The Aftershow.

In an action-packed issue, we quiz the biz on the latest gender pay gap results and find out how the industry plans to move forward. We go in-depth with the indie publishing sector in a special report, and we comb through the Q1 figures to bring you unrivalled analysis.

Also in news, we catch up with Glassnote and Jade Bird and hear how Catfish And The Bottlemen and Island plan to conquer the world.

London jazz ensemble Ezra Collective star in On The Radar, DIY indie gang Porridge Radio are Making Waves and there’s a big Sync Story from Samsung and DeeWun.

Also inside, John Newman tells the story of Love Me Again in Hitmakers and there’s all the very latest charts, news and analysis.

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