In the latest issue of Music Week, out today, our cover story asks whether there is a problem at the top of the UK's major festivals, with our new research unpacking exactly how many new headliners have been created in the past 10 years.
Red Light Management’s James Sandom steps up to the Big Interview, with additional commentary from its founder Coran Capshaw. Plus, we come face to face with five other RLM rising stars to find out what the future holds…
Meanwhile, members of Public Enemy, Rage Against The Machine and Cypress Hill tell Music Week why they decided to form their new supergroup Prophets Of Rage.
Elsewhere, we take a look at the ever-evolving relationship between football and music, including recent marketing activity in 2017 and our annual music industry football supporters A-Z and bring you the inside story of Arcade Fire's No. 1 with Columbia president Ferdy Unger-Hamilton.
On top of that, we bring you a special report on music apps, and we have all the very latest chart analysis from Alan Jones and a whole lot more to boot, including the latest new artists to look out for and the most innovative sync deals in the market.
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