Industry

Within the mountains of Morrison, Colorado, lies a concert venue. A place where 9500 people congregate every few days to be completely mesmerized by music. This venue goes well beyond just a single stage accompanied by numerous rows of seating, but as one person described it, a unique "ora" completely separate from the world outside the two rocks in which

One of Cape Town, South Africa's biggest community stations The Other Radio has been operating remotely since its formation by Aaron Peters, Matt Hichens and Philippus Johan. However, it's recently expanded into so much more as it showcases its brand new studio and website which started operations on the 16th of September. Promising to connect people and ideas through music, the radio station

It's been three years, but they are finally back. Swedish House Mafia will be performing their first U.S. show since Ultra Music Festival in 2018. With Audacy releasing the lineup yesterday for Beach Festival in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the Swedish powerhouse will be the headlining act for the event, closing out the festival on Sunday. The performance is a big moment

New data from the RIAA mid-year 2021 music industry revenue statistics showed that the U.S recorded music industry revenues grew 27% compared to 2020. The report from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) indicates that listeners value and engage with recorded music: Revenues rose from $5.6 to $7.1 billion at retail value. Streaming accounted for 84% of the revenues generated in

After much criticism, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced the government will ditch the idea of implementing a vaccine passport for entry into clubs and events. This decision comes just after last week when the government announced they would move forward with a plan to begin vaccine passports. According to BBC, Under the passport plan, "people would have been required to show

The Dutch government has heard and listened to the voices of the "Unmute Us" protests. After 150,000 people took to the streets of multiple Dutch cities to protest the nontransparency of event restricting, the government announced they will start to ease restrictions on large-scale events, allowing festivals to begin operating again. The conditions for these large-scale events will still involve some

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