Why Psychological Analysis Shows We’re Right To Worry For Musicians’ Mental Health

On Mental Health Awareness Week and following the sad death of Frightened Rabbit’s Scott Hutchison, Catherine Loveday & Sally-Anne Gross of the University of Westminster look at recent research […]

17 May 2018

‘If You Want To Be Somewhere, You’ve Got To Occupy It’ says Sally Gross on NPR

The lack of women engineers and producers in music is not news. Historically, the recording studio has rarely seen women outside of the reception area or, in the case […]

17 May 2018
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“The internet is a devastating wasteland” says Sally Gross on FactMag

Music industry vet turned music management teacher Sally Gross has seen “what happens to the detritus of the music industry firsthand.” With the study, “Can Music Make You Sick?”, […]

17 May 2018
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Sally Gross interviewed on Music and Mental Health for NYT

Sally Gross has been interviewed by the New York Times for an article on the setting up of the Music Minds Matter helpline by the nonprofit Help Musicians U.K. […]

17 May 2018
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Can Music Make You Sick? Phase 2 published

In 2016, Help Musicians UK commissioned the University of Westminster and MusicTank to undertake the largest known study into the working conditions of musicians. Preliminary findings suggested that while […]

17 May 2018

Sally-Anne Gross writes on Curating the void for M65 Magazine

Sally-Anne Gross, Programme Director on the Music Business Management MA at the University of Westminster writes this week for M65 Magazine under the title Curating the Void. Sally-Anne’s piece […]

17 May 2018

Can Music Make you Sick?

From dubstep to orchestral players, stories of instances of psychological and emotional turmoil experienced by musicians as well as other members of the musical supply-chain are commonplace. The University […]

17 May 2018

CAMRI Staff interviewed for BBC3 about Music and Depression

‘The idea that DJs and electronic artists may suffer mental health difficulties as a result of their work is an idea that should, to any critical thinker, be obvious’, writes […]

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Paul Dwyer tracks changes in musical tastes

The branding insight agency Canvas8 has published a report by CAMRI’s Paul Dwyer, working with Julia Jones, which argues that a fundamental change has occurred in the way cultural […]

17 May 2018
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