Smithsonian Folkways, the non-profit record label of the Smithsonian Institution, has set up Friends Of Folkways as a “charitable giving program”. As part of this, it is making its catalogue of 60,000+ recordings available online for a monthly subscription fee. It costs a minimum of $5 a month (which is treated as a tax-deductible donation) […]
The brand has a long association with music through live performances, particularly at its flagship venues in London.
About the job We are currently seeking a motivated Label Manager to work as part of a growing team with overall responsibility for managing and administering the label’s musical output […]
We are hiring! We have an exciting opportunity for a Product Manager to join our growing Catalogue Recordings team here in our Paddington office! Your Mission at BMG BMG Catalogue is the fastest-growing catalogue department […]
The latest music startup hoping to reach an audience across Africa and beyond is MyNyimbo, founded by Zambian artist and entrepreneur Francisco Zulu, who’s now based in the US. A […]
We’re currently working with an incredible and growing roster of emerging talent and already established labels from all over the world. We’re looking for someone to be responsible for the […]
We’re currently working with an incredible and growing roster of emerging talent and established labels from all over the world. We’re looking for someone to join the team focusing on […]
Join the best team in the independent music world! CD Baby is now searching for Artist and Label relations Representative to help grow the visibility of CD Baby’s platform within […]
Lead: Music Ally has heard that at least one major label is threatening to pull its content from YouTube before Christmas. This could prove to be a negotiating strategy/last resort, but what would happen if they actually went through with it? We look at the history of withdrawals, assess how easy (and effective) this direct […]
UMG took a 31.7% share of combined physical and digital recorded-music trade revenues for 2012 as a whole, up from 27.9% in 2011.