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Anita Awbi
  • By Anita Awbi
  • 17 Apr 2014
  • min read
In this issue we profile classical shape-shifter Ludovico Einaudi to learn how he’s subverting the classical rulebook and smashing digital sales records.

Elsewhere, Chantelle Fiddy takes a look at the new generation of British producers who are pulling R&B into fresh new shapes.

We also talk to Gary Kemp, the songwriting force behind iconic eighties band Spandau Ballet, to hear the secrets of his musical success.

You’ll find news of PRS for Music’s centenary celebrations too, and read about the society’s humble origins from two small rooms on Shaftesbury Avenue at the start of World War One to the 100,000 membership society it has become today.

Also: Bob Stanley // I Am A Camera // Chloe Howl // FKA Twigs // Monsieur Adi // Teleman // Pandr Eyez // Picture This