Fingers tap on tables, hit mighty drums and stop the string at exactly the right place to make a violin sing, but last night a new chapter in musical expression […]
Taking place once a month at our offices in Shoreditch the DMlab hackmeet is a chance for anyone with an interest in developing accessible music technology to meet and share […]
It was an honour to be asked to buy the biscuits this week (hobnobs and bourbons) for our monthly DMlab hackmeet. Taking place once a month at our offices in […]
Two of our Bristol music groups – Electric Storm Ensemble and Absorbed By Sound – will be performing live at Sanctum in Bristol this November. Chicago-based artist Theaster Gates was […]
It was a first for me and it may well have been a first for Drake Music and everyone else in the meeting. In last week’s national managers meeting we decided – I say we – I think it was Danny and Jonathan – to tweet our discussions. You should be able to see the tweets and images and links we shared here.
Last week Gary Day and Phoebe Osborne from the Drake Music London Team had a lot of fun in Mile End, Tower Hamlets.
The City of London Festival Walls of Sound project is one of many really exciting projects currently running as part of the London Programme.
It was all coming back to me: that time-warped feeling of long haul flights, the airport limbo zone and the warm wall of humidity you hit at the Brazilian exit.
Curiosity and experimentation are at the heart of creative music making. We wouldn’t have the rich musical heritage that we enjoy in 2013 were it not for all the composers, instrument makers and performers who, over the preceeding millenia have repeatedly asked the question; “I wonder what it would sound like if… ?”
Last week Gawain and I had a chat about the social media experiment he is running.