The COVID-19 pandemic had a massive impact on businesses and industries all over the world, many of which are still struggling to stay afloat. Musicians, in particular, have endured a real struggle.
Throughout the current pandemic, life as we know it has drastically changed, and we’ve all had to adapt to a new ‘normal’. Consequently, the music industry is suffering badly, affecting artists and bands worldwide, alongside teams working behind the scenes, and many other areas of support.
New bands and DIY musicians can now publish and distribute their music across all major stores and earn money from it for free, with the launch of digital platform Kycker. … Continue reading Kycker aims to kickstart new bands’ music careers
Here at GigRadar we’re all about promoting new bands and new music, and encouraging people to support ‘grassroots’ music. We’ve interviewed so many bands over the last 18 months or … Continue reading MusicPlanetLive pledges £1 million to support new UK bands
Scouring Facebook on my lunch break, already feeling down from the death of a true rock legend Chris Cornell, I received even further sad news as I learnt, rather belatedly, that … Continue reading Chasing Cadence split is a sad indictment of the British rock scene