"One of the conditions of signing me is that you can't A&R me": Inside Nitin Sawhney's groundbreaking career
In the new issue of Music Week , we speak to the winner of this year's Lifetime Achievement Award at the Ivor Novellos: Nitin Sawhney. Having produced incredible work not only as a solo artist, but also as a multimedia composer for various film, TV, computer game and theatre projects, Sawhney reveals how a diverse approach to music has been the key to his ground-breaking career.
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5 Questions For Help Musicians CEO Richard Robinson: 'It's Not Just Musicians Like Chris Cornell and Chester Bennington Who Suffer'
Formed in 1921, U.K.-based charity Help Musicians provides help and care to musicians across all genres and at all stages of their career and lives. In response to what it calls a "mental health crisis" in the industry, the charity has launched the world's first dedicated 24/7 mental health service for people working in music.