During my one-month placement with The Ambassador Theatre Group and The Princess Theatre, I was tasked with designing some of the promotional work for this year’s pantomime: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. This ranged from the press release to a variety of promotional posters. With this creative piece being for the pantomime, it allowed… Read More A Day In The Life: The Ambassador Theatre Group – The Princess Theatre
The history of vinyl records is unique to the music distribution industry. Its decline was previously imminent, due to the increased sales in other forms of music distribution. Therefore, it makes absolutely no sense that vinyl has been rising out of the ashes. Richard Oliver, from The Odyssey, has described vinyl as “the new, yet… Read More The Resurrection of Vinyl Records: Playing Back History
In a time where streaming music dominates our society, there is, what may seem to be, a small minority that still buy Compact Discs (CDs).With sales decreasing year after year, InterMusic is here to take a look at the arguments of both sides. Is the Compact Disc about to be thrown in the dustbin of… Read More The Compact Disc: A Dying Concept?
The Official Charts “have been a central part of British popular culture for 60 years” and it seems that there are no plans for this to stop. The Official Charts has been a constant impact for music since its inception in 1952, where Al Martino’s “Here In My Heart” gained the first ever top spot.… Read More The Official Charts: How Does It Work?
Spotify and Apple Music are two of the top music streaming platforms across the world. In 2017, streaming became the “single largest revenue source” with “176 million users of paid subscription accounts globally, with 64 million having been added during the year“. While many debate which one is better between them both, InterMusic is not… Read More Spotify VS Apple Music: The Dynamics of Streaming Music