Once again, we headed to London’s Red Bull Studios for the latest installment of Industry Takeover. This month’s seminar ‘Making & Monetising Video Content’ was dedicated to educating artists about how to make their video content work and generate revenue. Host Chris Cooke, Co-Founder and Editor at CMU was joined by experts from organisations that have mastered the art of the visual, and they shared their top tips on how artists can make their videos work for them. Full story
We’re excited to announce that Urban Development has been shortlisted for Natwest's Skills & Opportunities Fund. Thanks to the continued loyalty of our music community, we’ve been able to support thousands of young people to progress. We’d appreciate your vote to help us do even more with this valuable funding. Full story
We’re heading back to Red Bull Studios on Tuesday 18 April for the next instalment of our Industry Takeover series ‘Making & Monetising Video Content’ – where we’ll be giving you the lowdown on how you can make your video content work for you and start getting paid. Full story
We’ve formulated an exclusive series of top tip videos from, our heavy-weight panel of experts at, our monthly Industry Takeover seminars. This month’s video is taken from our February event on the subject of ‘Getting Started and Building a Team’. Speakers include Jamila Scott from Method Records, 2-Tone Entertainment’s Shaurav D'Silva and Will Spencer from digital platform Music Glue.
Don't miss out on the next seminar ‘Making & Monetising Video Content’ on Tuesday 19th February, down at Red Bull Studios.
This month we returned to London’s Red Bull Studios for the third installment of our Industry Takeover series. Hosted by CMU’s Co-Founder and Editor, Chris Cooke, alongside industry experts from Virgin EMI, GRM Daily and YouTube, the seminar aimed to shine a light on how independent artists can use their social channels and media to take their brand to the next level.
We'll be hosting an exclusive Industry Takeover debate analysing the rise of UK Urban Music at Bristol's new into-industry portal. The 'New Wave, New Rules!' discussion will include a panel of industry experts and a special guest at the launch of Multi-Track. The new platform will disrupt the norm by providing a fresh approach to learning for those involved with underground music. If that wasn't enough catch, James Blake's '1-800 dinosaur' new signee and grime veteran, Trim at the launch of Bristol's Multi-Track! Full story
Are you, or your child, 14-17 and have a passion for urban music? We’re teaming up with Hackney Empire to provide a free Urban Artist School for young talented artists during the Easter Holidays; from Monday 10th April to Thursday 13th April 2017. Full story