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Soundtracking Spectre

23/10/2015

The world’s most streamed classical artist Ludovico Einaudi returns with his new album Elements, released today on the back of last week’s chart triumph which saw the Italian claim all 10 of the iTunes Top 10 classical singles chart positions.

Interactive debut for Einaudi

16/10/2015

The world’s most streamed classical artist Ludovico Einaudi returns with his new album Elements, released today on the back of last week’s chart triumph which saw the Italian claim all 10 of the iTunes Top 10 classical singles chart positions.

Polydor gears up for Delirium

09/10/2015

The meteoric rise of Ellie Goulding gains even more momentum this month, with the team at Polydor building on her successes of 2015 towards third album Delirium.

Four Pancras Square

07/10/2015

Universal Music are heading to Kings Cross, one of the fastest growing creative corners of the capital, leaving behind Kensington, in recent years London’s home of the music business.

Smith, Sam Smith

Having been sworn to secrecy for months, the Capitol team can finally talk about Sam Smith’s biggest coup yet - singing the theme to the new James Bond film Spectre.

Years & Years' ground-breaking ad break

10/07/2015

Years & Years have scored a broadcasting world first with a ground-breaking interactive primetime TV ad aired alongside the release of their highly anticipated debut album Communion.

HowTheLightGetsIn2015 playlist

HowTheLightGetsIn, the world's largest philosophy and music festival, kicks off this week and we’ve compiled a playlist to accompany the diverse and inspiring programme in Hay-On-Wye.

HowTheLightGetsIn 2015

20/04/2015

At the end of May Universal Music makes its way again to HowTheLightGetsIn, the world's largest philosophy and music festival, in Hay-On-Wye.

Inside Abbey Road Studios

15/04/2015

Abbey Road Studios is opening its doors to the public for the first time after partnering with Google to create an interactive tour of the building.

Remembering Alan Dower Blumlein

07/04/2015

Alan Dower Blumlein is the largely unheralded genius behind stereo sound recording – among a bunch of other inventions - and the man we should all thank for making modern music sound as wonderful as it does.

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