A study by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO) shows that orchestral music spiked in popularity over the course of the pandemic. More than half of those surveyed claimed that they Continue Reading
The festival industry has always had a gender diversity problem. As festivals return this summer, Internation examines the data to see if anything has changed.
Nirvana’s affective, raw and reactionary sound crafted the grunge movement of the 90s. The band recorded its final song “You Know You’re Right” in 1994 yet in April 2021 and Continue Reading
They’ve been closed since Christmas Day 2020. But on 12 April, pubs across Britain will open their doors once again. As the nation prepares to fall back in love with Continue Reading
Image via Eva Rinaldi on Flickr Taylor Swift’s rerecord of ‘Fearless’ is both an ode to her old music and a declaration of independence Taylor Swift was barely an adult Continue Reading
Since the beginning of the pandemic, music has kept us company. Stuck at home, we have found solace in Spotify and improvised dance challenges. Yet, for UK musicians, 2020 was Continue Reading
In the year we listened to more music than ever, as fans turned to their favourite artists to escape lockdown blues, CD sales plummeted. This may not come as a Continue Reading