Since its inception in 1999, John Digweed’s Bedrock Records has grown to become one of the most renowned labels in underground electronic music. From its beginnings as a club night in London, Bedrock’s natural evolution has seen it play an instrumental role in supporting taste-making music and artists alike. In celebration
London based DJ and promoter Samantha Togni has launched a vinyl label showcasing trans, queer, non-binary, and female musicians under the Boudica name. Togni launched Boudica as a party series before transitioning to a music conference in 2020 with panel discussions and conversations around important issues in the electronic music
Multi-instrumentalist, producer, and vocalist Moby has launched his own label. The Grammy award winner’s imprint is called always centered at night, and looks to exist as a ‘new kind of label’ in service of the creative process rather than algorithmic success. Speaking on what he refers to as the “current,
Image: Viktor Hanacek A recent report has revealed that six major UK music giants have an average gender pay gap of around 25.3 percent. These companies include Universal Music, Warner Music, Sony Music, Spotify, Apple and Live Nation and the numbers reflect the average pay gap as of April 2020.