The MOBO awards are coming in November, which means its time to reveal the nominees.
The United Kingdom’s finest musical talents will gather at the Hammersmith Apollo to find out who has picked up the Mercury Prize 2017 this evening.
Apple has confirmed that the annual Apple Music Festival (previously iTunes Festival) has come to an end, a decade after the popular event kicked off back in 2007.
Netflix is doing it’s own La La Land, folks.
While she might be a shrewd politician and keen negotiator, Theresa May’s trip to Japan hit a stumbling block yesterday when she revealed she doesn’t enjoy Japan’s favourite past-time: karaoke.
On the 40th anniversary of Elvis’ death, he is taking on a pop sensation to break his own chart record.
Samsung is trying to extend virtual reality (VR) beyond gaming, by teaming up with Live Nation to live stream Coldplay concerts.
Over 1.6bn podcast episodes were downloaded in 2016, according to the Pew Research Centre.
American rapper Wiz Khalifa’s single See You Again featuring Charlie Puth has become the most viewed YouTube video, with 2.9bn views.
Sony Music, one of the three biggest record companies in the world, announced on Thursday that it will start producing its own vinyl releases again for the first time in 28 years.
Take a listen to From the Heart, a song about free speech by Portland band The Slants.
Swedish music streaming company Spotify has announced it now has 50m paying subscribers and it could be going public later this year.
Sales of vinyl records are up an impressive 56 percent to £65.6m in 2016, according to figures from the Entertainment Retailers Association, but this should not be taken as a sign of the health of physical entertainment retailing, which has suffered its worst ever year.