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According to a new survey by UBM, when asked what sort of offer would entice them to make a purchase, 80 per cent of respondents mentioned receiving discount codes.
Help Musicians UK is offering young professional musicians access to career development opportunities in the UK, as well as internationally.
KT Tunstall’s favourite tambourine has been returned after an enthusiastic fan stole it at a gig.
Cog Effects has expanded its line-up of what it claims is ‘the smallest analogue octave pedal in the world’.
Ian Jindal, experienced multichannel retailer and Editor-in-Chief of InternetRetailing, looks at the latest opportunities and challenges facing retailers.
To promote the new movie David Brent: Life on the Road, Yamaha’s Pro Music Division has partnered with EOne, BBC Films and Lime Movies for a special competition.
Pizza Hut has introduced what it claims is the world’s first playable DJ pizza box, which syncs via Bluetooth to your laptop or smartphone.
Professional classical instruments are not cheap, so what happens when a promising young musician is in need of an exceptional instrument?
I Like Trains outlines the importance of giving young musicians a voice with Youth Music charity gigNEWS
Leeds alt/rock outfit I Like Trains will be performing at a special charity gig in association with Youth Music’s Give a Gig fundraising initiative.
Zoom Distribution UK has revealed that it will be bringing KHDK pedals to the UK and Ireland.
Critically acclaimed Yamaha Artist Jamie Cullum recently chose the company’s flagship CFX concert grand piano for his recent BBC Proms performance.
LD Systems has unveiled its new U500 Series, featuring a range of radio microphones and guitar systems.
New research from RetailMeNot has found that whilst 92 per cent of large retailers are now selling online, nearly two-fifths are failing to offer consistent pricing across all channels.
Camper Calling, a new boutique festival, will take place in Warwickshire for the first time over the August Bank Holiday weekend.
There’s been a long, on-going battle between labels and bootleg remixes for quite some time, but a new service is hoping to get rights holders and remixers working together.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt bashed away on a drum kit in the middle of a subway platform to promote his new artistic project.
The Institute of Contemporary Music Performance (ICMP) has partnered with London studio Tileyard.