We are very happy to announce that DMS are officially acting as an agent for the Record-Play Music Hub, pitching hundreds of great tracks via an amazing user friendly interface, let the games begin!
The Hub is a pre-cleared database of over 6000 titles from indie labels and producers available for immediate cost effective one-stop clearance http://www.record-play.net/musichub/Read More
What better way to round up our work experience adventure at Brunel University than with a good old Q & A session.
Our very special guests were London Regional Organiser at the Musicians’ Union, Naomi Pohl and Rachel Menzies from entertainment analytics firm Musicmetric.Read More
The Tottenham Hotspur Foundation in partnership with Jobcentre Plus created an event at their White Hart Lane stadium on the 5th March. Over 40 employers with live recruitment, apprenticeship and training opportunities were invited to meet with 600+ job seeking residents.
Diverse Music Solutions were proud to attend. As always, we jumped at the opportunity to mingle with a room full of creative minds, from successful business owners, to others with big plans.Read More
The School of Arts at Brunel includes degree courses in English, Journalism, Music and Sonic Arts, Film and Television Studies and Theatre.
Research conducted by staff provides the basis for much of the teaching, ensuring that modules are connected to debates and issues that are current within these areas. Each programme develops basic skills within its discipline but allows for the exploration of personal interests through a range of optional modules.
Senior lecturer Dr. Colin Riley has asked DMS to engage students in activities for their Personal Development Module.Read More
Much fun was had at Skinners Academy recently with our musician guest Miri (www.miriofficial.com) The young folks were so vibrant and keen to learn.Read More
My first time there (and hopefully not the last) it was truly a great experience. I’m missing Cairo already and wanting to explore other parts of Egypt, Africa and the Middle East generally.
I visited Cairo with few expectations other than wanting, like a sponge, to soak up as much as I could in the short time I’d be there. I tried to balance my time between embarking on ‘touristy pursuits’, mingling with real everyday folks and straight up business.Read More
Top left Elroy ‘Spoonface’ Powell
with Barclays Chairman Sir David Walker, bottom right Employment Service Manager Gen Chitolie
and top right Rob Trimble Chief Executive of the Bromley by Bow Centre
Laura Westwick Development Manager at the Bromley By Bow Centre invited us to deliver a careers advice session Monday, 21st October. We worked with young East Londoners, as part of the Capital Talent Programme, a 5-week youth employability and life coaching course funded by Barclays and run by the Bromley by Bow Centre.Read More
Thursday 10th October the Launch day of MESH – Musical Energy Socially Harnessed.
I was up early, my mind racing with thoughts about how I’d deliver my address and if I’d left anything out.
Earlier that week (Monday, 7th October) the MESH compilation was made available at all major digital stores – http://bit.ly/dmsmesh1a
A great deal of preparation had gone into it with both myself and assistant Tom Yeo working around the clock to get things in order.
We were back at the City Business Library recently to share experience based tips on releasing music online.
The landscape is vast and always evolving. Working with mostly entry level enthusiasts we spend time beforehand preparing ideas on how to engage and filter out the most useful information.
Purpose, Rights Management and Consistency are just a few of the topics we touch. Please get in touch to book a private or group session at your facility with a seasoned industry professional. We can tailor a session to your needs arranging a visit in person, telephone or Skype.
To connect solely yourself with the industry in this way would simply take an unthinkable amount of personal time and resources to make happen. The Bpi, UKTI and MPA come together to deliver a fab few days of activities. The potential for trade (at the time of writing) is seriously unrivalled by others offering similar introductions. The only other organisation we would recommend (at this moment) is NARIP and their Music Supervisor sessions http://www.narip.com.
The panels are packed with the industry’s leading figures sharing a no-nonsense insight into how things work.Read More