During this year’s Sound City, our Student Society team took a closer look at a sector-wide initiative aimed at bringing gender equality to our festivals within five years.
We look ahead to the swathe of activity coming to the Baltic Triangle in May as Sound City returns to the heart of the city.
A handy guide to the artists to look out for this year and when they're playing
Sound City COO Rebecca Ayres looks ahead to an exciting 2018 for the festival as it returns to its roots in the city centre.
The British Music Experience plays host to a series of panel discussions and conversations with industry experts from across the world.
The B-town pioneers have transcended from darlings of the indie scene to socially-conscious, festival-headlining behemoths. What’s next for Sound City’s 2018 headliners?
Wearing their influences on their sleeves, these Australian Britpop revivalists have their sights firmly set on the dizzy heights of success.
Pop Art 2.0: meet the multilimbed, multinational collective dismantling our conceptions of music-making and creativity in the digital age.
The Prince Of Tears has carved out his own niche in scabrous, orchestral pop, finding his groove on an album replete with heartache and squalor.
Breathing fresh air into Britain's independent scene, this Bristol five-piece are reviving guitar music's punk spirit with equal parts intellect and anger.
Over the past 10 years, the US duo have consistently produced sweeping, guitar-driven albums, but it’s their latest synth-indebted release that sees them head to Sound City riding a wave of fresh critical acclaim.
THE ORIELLES delve deep into the Sound City line-up and pick out some of their favourite acts
Sound City's Innovation Partner are gearing up to flex their creative muscles once again at this year's festival