New edition of Music Week out now

New edition of Music Week out now

The new edition of Music Week is out now and it’s a special look at the music business on lockdown.

As the coronavirus continues to impact around the world, the UK industry is working from home, and we gather a selection of top names from across the business to deliver their best tips.

Stuart Camp, Kanya King, Jin Jin and Camille ‘Kamille’ Purcell feature among an all-star cast, dishing out advice on how to stay healthy and keep business moving during the pandemic.

In the news section, we speak to freelancers and self-employed music professionals to find out how Covid-19 is impacting their livelihoods and discuss what can be done to help.

Plus, we bring you the biggest names in the ticketing world to analyse the repercussions of an ongoing spate of postponements and cancellations of tours and festivals.

Elbow frontman and BBC Radio 6 Music DJ Guy Garvey writes passionately about the power of radio to connect people in this turbulent period in a special guest column.

In Hitmakers, Richard ‘Biff’ Stannard tells the story of Spice Girls smash Wannabe. Lovers of the ’90s will find a kindred spirit in Fearne Cotton, who takes on The Aftershow this week to mark the launch of her new BBC show, Sounds Of The '90s.

Irish hip-hop duo Hare Squead lift the lid on their new music in On The Radar, while new Midlands crew Spoort are in Making Waves. There’s also another big sync spot for Astraea.

As well as all that, we bring you the very latest charts, news and analysis.

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