Are you aged 18-25 and chasing a career in music, but finding it tough, closed off and hard to break in to?
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No steady income and daily routine can be overwhelming, but Kate's got you sorted. Here are some ways to turn a nightmare scenario into your dream job.
As part of Commission Mission, Tina Edwards talks to music industry professionals on tips and advice for managing an artist
As part of Commission Mission, Founder of Alcopop! Records Jack Clothier writes about the importance of community when you work in music.
Electronic duo Bicep share their tips on a long career in music production, ahead of Youth Music and Charanga's new competition for electronic music tracks produced on VIP Studio Sessions.
Nobody knows what music journalism will look like post-COVID. With eight years of freelance music writing, James shares his top tips for preparing for the aftermath.
"Whether you’re contemplating what’s next for you after graduation, or you’re ready to ditch your 9 to 5, here’s a guide to what the industry is really like as a person of colour and some key points to navigating it (and maybe even convincing your parents it’s a good idea)."
"If you’re looking to get your name out there, here are five ways to write creatively and authoritatively about music, no fancy dictaphone necessary."