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"

Brexit: UK government warned musicians and crew “could find themselves unemployed en masse”

Read the experience of one drummer who lost his job of 12 years due to the Brexit touring fiasco, after NME attended a hearing at the House Of Lords

Wolf Alice’s Joff Oddie on post-Brexit touring: “We could lose this world-leading position if we don’t act now”

"We need a new deal for touring from the Government now. It is time to tear down the barriers artists are facing touring the EU. It is time to let the music move!"

Brexit is “strangling the next generation of UK talent in the cradle” in returning summer of touring

With acts now testing what it’s like to play Europe with Brexit’s new requirements, the UK music industry is demanding swift government action to prevent further “damage” to smaller and rising artists

Music fans heading to Spanish festivals could be asked to prove they can spend €100 per day

New travel restrictions may impact people heading to Primavera Sound and Mad Cool from the UK

Brexit: Bookings of UK acts at European festivals have fallen by 45 per cent

"Whoever ends up replacing Boris Johnson must commit to removing this needless bureaucracy"