Get ready for an insightful journey into the financial beats of the music industry, as The Price of Music podcast gears up for its highly anticipated launch on January 31. Hosted by the dynamic duo of BBC 6 Music’s Steve Lamacq and Music Ally’s Stuart Dredge, this weekly podcast promises to unravel the mysteries of the music business through the lens of money.
Bringing decades of combined expertise to the forefront, Lamacq and Dredge will delve into the latest industry happenings, providing listeners with a unique perspective on the financial intricacies that drive the music world. From streaming dynamics to film syncs, publishing royalties to ticket prices – no stone will be left unturned.
The Price of Music isn’t just about analysis; it’s about connecting with the industry’s heartbeat. In each episode, the hosts will engage with key players in the field, including artists, label owners, promoters, and agents. This promises an insider’s view into the industry, offering a rare glimpse behind the curtain of the business side of music.
Produced by the talented team at Dap Dip, a Manchester-based podcast production company known for their work on The Price of Football, The Price of Music aims to become a must-listen for music enthusiasts, industry professionals, and anyone intrigued by the financial dynamics that shape the tunes we love.
Steve Lamacq, a stalwart with three decades of experience at BBC Radio One and BBC 6 Music, is renowned for championing independent music. His influence in the music world is undeniable, making him the perfect guide through the labyrinth of the industry.
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