2020 may have been a bit of a shocker to say the least, but the newly released IMS Business Report 2020 shows that the industry was in a state of rebound throughout 2019, based on the earnings of the highest paid DJs, along with the sheer number of festivals touring DJs played across the year. In terms of earnings, 2018 saw
it's no secret that pretty much every festival across the world has been cancelled, and festival season for 2020 is non-existent. It seems like every day people wake up to a new festival cancellation, but how many exactly have been cancelled in each country? The new IMS Business Report looks at this in depth and explores the affects of what this has
As we know, COVID-19 has messed up a lot of things within the music industry, especially financially. With an influx of cancelled tours, festivals and more, many industry workers are at risk of losing jobs due to the loss of income and nothing else to do. It's a sad time, and it came at an extremely bad time as research
The International Music Summit, which is a multi-day electronic music conference in Ibiza, just finished taking place this week. Today, the Pete Tong-founded conference released their annual IMS Business Report, which features new information regarding the business side throughout the entire industry. Over the past half-decade, Latin America has played a crucial role in the development of the electronic music scene.