We miss the heyday of megamixes, when pop stars stuffed all their tracks into one single. We’re talking Technotronic, Inner City, Betty Boo, Girls Aloud… The Streets haven’t gone quite […]
The Streets are the latest artist to explore ticketed livestreams, with plans for a pay-per-view concert on 6 August filmed at the Earth venue in London.
It’s part of the band’s series of drive-in concerts across the UK, planned to replace the string of festival dates which were cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The livestream tickets will cost £10 in a presale and then £15 when they go on general sale, with additional album and merch bundles, and the option to donate to charity Show Racism the Red Card.
The next session at our Music Apps: Beyond the Hype event tonight focused on case studies from three labels: Beggars Group, WMG subsidiary Atlantic Records UK and EMI’s Virgin Records. […]
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Mike Skinner is bringing The Streets to a close with a final album, Computers and Blues, which is out today.
The Streets mainman Mike Skinner is the latest artist to use his Twitter feed as a distribution mechanism for music