We chat to the Leeds alt/post-rock band to find out what they’ve been up to since coming out of hibernation.
“We want to create more facilities and services to bring together companies with the target groups relevant to them.”
The MU has had a presence at every theatre on the tour so far.
The project has encouraged young people learn computer coding and engineering.
When is a harp not a harp? When it’s an autoharp.
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Porter & Davies have moved to larger premises following year-on-year record sales growth across their product range.
Children from across greater Manchester have created a robot orchestra out of old instruments and recycled electronic devices.
IK Multimedia’s iLoud Micro monitor is now available and shipping worldwide.
MI Pro editor Laura Barnes sits down with I Like Trains frontman David Martin and guitarist Ian Jarrold to talk about the band’s documentary A Divorce Before Marriage, coming ...
Prince’s famous house and recording studio complex will be open to the public as a museum after Chanhassen City Council in Minnesota approves plans.
Following the numerous conceptual changes implemented at this year's event, Messe Frankfurt organisers will be further developing the show in 2017.
CloudVocal International has announced a new initiative focusing on the market expansion of its new wireless guitar microphone in the run up to this year’s Music China.
Spitfire Audio has introduced its new Albion V Tundra compositional tool designed for making modern film music.
In August, MI Pro reported that the Musicians' Union (MU) was planning to protest the Dirty Dancing tour after the stage show revealed it had cut a number of musicians ...
Total Guitar magazine has undergone a full makeover.
Some of the leading execs in music business have outlined how the drastic fall of the pound following the Brexit vote has affected the industry.
A limited run of Larrivee’s European Flamed Ash acoustic guitars are now available in the UK.
PRS for Music Foundation has announces that Wales Arts International has become a new partner on the International Showcase Fund.
Music marketing agency Quite Great has teamed up with specialist psychotherapist Helen Brice to launch a new service for musicians.
INTERVIEW: NYAI talk about their new album, Japan's music scene and why it's hard to break the US and UKNEWS
MI Pro editor Laura Barnes chats to NYAI frontman Takuchan about the band’s Western influences, what gear they use and why many Japanese bands find it difficult to crack the ...
The BRC has released its September footfall and vacancies monitor.
Throughout this week, MI Pro has spoken to a number of independent UK drum kit manufacturers about the key challenges facing the sector.