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Universal Music's summer of festivals

28/06/2013

Glastonbury kicks off the festival season but if you’re still planning your musical summer, here’s a guide to where to catch our acts playing.

Unity: A Concert For Stephen Lawrence

21/06/2013

Tickets go on sale today for a major charity concert in aid of the murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence and featuring some of the biggest names in rock and pop.

ONE presents agit8

From civil rights and women’s suffrage to anti-apartheid and Live 8, protest songs have helped shape history. When people come together and raise their voices, extraordinary things can happen.

Gilbert & George and Ai Weiwei contribute to Secret 7”

gilbert & george, Ai Weiwei, Secret 7"

26/03/2013

Globally renowned artists Gilbert & George and Ai Weiwei will be designing record sleeves for Secret 7”, the charity project which gives designers a chance to create an original vinyl artwork, this year raising money for ART AGAINST KNIVES.

Universal Music Brits party 2013

21/02/2013

Music fans up and down the country eagerly tuned in on Wednesday night for The BRITs 2013. Once the show was over, the hottest ticket in town was for the Universal Music Brits party hosted by Bacardi at the Soho House pop-up.

Rod's Christmas single

11/12/2012

The Decca team, who last year brought you the music of The Military Wives, are again doing their bit for the Christmas charts with the release this week of Rod Stewart's Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas.

Fans engaged in interaction

29/10/2012

When it comes to music, the old adage ‘too many cooks spoil the broth’ doesn’t always apply. Online fan funded music platforms such as PledgeMusic have already found that enough is never enough when artists and bands reach out to their fan base to underwrite musical projects.

BBC 6 Music

26/10/2012

The Savile scandal is making these dark days for BBC, but an enduring bright spot at the Corporation is 6 Music

Never Mind The Bollocks 35th Anniversary

Sex Pistols, Never Mind The Bollocks, 35th Anniversary

20/09/2012

The Ramones might have come first. And The Clash got to record more albums. But, it was the Sex Pistols who transcended music to become the number one media villains, create an enduring icon in Sid Vicious and establish a blueprint for punk that still reverberates through the cultural landscape today.

The Mercury Prize 2012

14/09/2012

The nominations for the Barclaycard Mercury Prize threw up a few surprises - and the faint whiff of controversy - but largely underscores the huge depth of talent and rich styles that British music currently boasts.

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