Industry Takeover: The Artist | Route to Success

Are you an artist or musician? The Industry Takeover All Dayer is one of the key events of the year. With so many vital seminars, workshops and discussions, we've created your most important parts of the day, to take your career to the next level. Full story

Ralph Hardy delivers his NANG advice before he takes over.

Mr Hardy is an all-round creative who excels in his natural surroundings. Whether it’s presenting his Radar Radio show, DJing across the globe or curating his next Growing Pains compilation – he submerges himself in everything NANG. From being UD Creative and hosting our past Industry Takeover All Dayer; Ralph has curated an exclusive seminar and showcase that illustrates his organic ability as a tastemaker. Full story

Here’s Where You Can Listen To The Two New Frank Ocean Albums ‘Endless’ And ‘Blond’

After waiting for what felt like a lifetime for the follow-up to Channel Orange, Frank Ocean dropped not one but two albums. Anyone feeling salty about the extensive and repeated delays will no doubt feel at least a little better now that he’s dropped the visual album Endless and then the regular audio album Blond. Both albums were released via Apple Music - Endless on Thursday and Blond on Saturday. Full story


Charlie Sloth's Fire In The Booth sessions just keep getting better and better. The number of legendary appearances is growing all the time. Step forward, Chip who returned this week for a new session and interview. Full story

DJ P Montana gives us his Top 5 Afrobeats leading up to Industry Takeover

Leading up to the all dayer we’ll be revealing more of our influential line up for our urban music power event Industry Takeover. The Love Afrobeats showcase will be highlighting our energetic afrobeats movement emerging out of the UK. Presented by DJ P Montana, the showcase wil be headlined by Mista Silva and some very special guests. Full story

Urban Artist School | Limited spaces left | Apply now!

We’re added additional spaces for talented musicians to join our Urban Artist School. The program runs for 36 weeks and aims to develop artists and help create sustainable careers within the music industry. We will support your progress to enable you to generate ideas quickly and respond to the creative potential of your work effectively and fluently. The course aims to support and give guidance with your personal brand, develop your personal sound and equipment skills and produce a portfolio of recordings both individually and in a group. Course begins 12th September 2016 / Deadline end of August 2016 Full story