Andy Burnham on how Manchester is “galvanising” the music industry against Westminster’s “deaf ears”

“The government must not take this industry for granted”, the mayor told NME – asking for issues around Brexit and grassroots venues to be taken seriously

Andy Burnham slams “ridiculous” Brexit rules and demands “free exchange” of artists through Europe

Industry calls to get issues "fixed" with Europe, accusing the government of remaining "asleep on the job"

Almost 50 per cent of UK musicians working less in Europe after Brexit

The new Paying The Price report comes from the Independent Society of Musicians

Damon Albarn says Brexit has been a “travesty”

“Spiritually, economically, just rubbish”

German band boycott the UK after “humiliating” border experience due to new Brexit rules

“I think I’ve never felt so degraded, sad, and bad as I do today”

Sex Pistols’ Glen Matlock on how the government have “made a right cock-up” of Brexit

"I’m livid. I’m livid, as a musician, about the loss of our movement in 27 countries and how it’s hamstrung us"

London Southbank’s Spiritland is closing

The Black Keys, Jarvis Cocker and Alexis Taylor will play at a pair of final events

ABBA picked London for ‘Voyage’ shows in loyalty after Brexit

The producer of the concert series said the Swedish pop icons "love London very much"

91 per cent of musicians say they can no longer afford equipment

This finding came from research conducted by the charity Help Musicians

Public spending body to investigate £120million ‘festival of Brexit’

A cross-party parliamentary committee have raised concerns that taxpayers’ money was “frittered away” on the project while bringing "so little"