news category created 1 May 2016 written by Mick Glossop
At the MPG Q-Time event this week, Tom Robinson asked Vick Bain, CEO of BASCA, for her opinion on Brexit and it’s effect on creatives based in the UK.
This is just one of the benefits of being a Full Member of the MPG, who, in its newly restructured guise is campaigning for the benefit of all of us Producers, Mixers, Engineers and Programmers working in the modern music industry…
50+ people attended the most recent Q-Time event at a new venue owned by The Grand Order Of Water Rats.
The panel, as usual moderated by Tom Robinson, comprised:
Producer & artist, Rupert Hine (Stevie Nicks, Tina Turner. Underworld), artist, musician & songwriter, Ed Harcourt, CEO of The British Academy of Songwriters, Composers and Authors (BASCA), Vick Bain, co-owner of Transgressive Records, Tim Dellow and producer, musician, podcaster & co-owner of Urchin Studios, Matt Ingram (Laura Marling, Lianne La Havas)
The panellists and members of the audience discussed subjects ranging from the value of awards ceremonies, payments by Youtube/Google, the need for more music managers and the general health of the music industry.
(photography: Caleb Hill)