MUSIC
Mix Magazine - May 2017

Mix is the world's leading magazine for the professional recording and sound production technology industry. Mix covers a wide range of topics including: recording, live sound and production, broadcast production, audio for film and video, and music technology.
Acoustic UK - June 2017
Acoustic magazine is the UK's only magazine for Acoustic Guitars & Players - Interviews with artists, gear tests and reviews & expert columns from respected acoustic players such as Martin Taylor, Martin Simpson, Gordon Giltrap, Doyle Dykes, Martin Barre of Jethro Tull fame. If you play acoustic guitar, then this is the magazine for you.

Future Music - June 2017
Future Music brings you the most in-depth news and reviews from respected industry professionals. We'll also give you all the advice you need to get the most from your current set-up, and interviews with musicians at the cutting-edge of technology
Bass Guitar - May 2017
Bass Guitar Magazine is the UK's only title devoted to the bass in all its forms. Written and edited by a dedicated team of bass players, BGM features in-depth interviews, extensive gear reviews, transcriptions, great competitions and various columns covering everything from tuition to the latest news in the bass world.

Three Quick Jazz Practice Tips: for all instruments
Here's a quick-read book to change your practicing – and your playing – today.

Tone Report Weekly - Issue 177, April 28 2017
The Premier Pedal Publication. Tone Report is a publication for guitar players obsessed with great tone. Featuring the newest gear reviews, interviews with both musicians and builders, DIY articles, and the best tone-tips around. For guitarists everywhere- play till your fingers bleed.
TONE TALK 3 modern tape machines that beat the vintage ones FROM THE BUILDER’S MIND tonebone texas-pro TONE TALK they can be heroes: 6 frontmen who are also genius guitarists TONE TALK utilities for the the rest of us GEAR SPOTLIGHT electro-harmonix canyon GEAR SPOTLIGHT black cat mini trem GEAR SPOTLIGHT fender paramount pm-3 
Guitarist Presents: Gibson Les Paul Handbook (2017)
Guitarist is the longest established UK guitar magazine. You'll find authoritative gear reviews, artist interviews, technique lessons and advice. Plus, Guitarist's digital edition now includes all of the same audio and video content as the print edition; available to download from a special area of the Guitarist website!
Jazz: A Beginner's Guide
Acclaimed music journalist and jazz critic Stuart Nicholson takes us on an entertaining journey from the early origins of jazz to its evolution through the decades. Accompanied by a host of famous musicians past and present, such as Louis Armstrong, Benny Goodman, Dizzy Gillespie, and Miles Davis, Jazz: A Beginners Guide is a lively and highly-accessible introduction to this global musical phenomenon.

Popular Music Scenes and Cultural Memory (Pop Music, Culture and Identity)
This volume explores the ways in which music scenes are not merely physical spaces for the practice of collective musical life but are also inscribed with and enacted through the articulation of cultural memory and emotional geography. The book draws on empirical data collected in cites throughout Australia. In terms of understanding the relationship between music scenes and participants, much of the existing popular music literature tends to avoid one key aspect of scene: its predominant past-tense and memory-based nature. Nascent music scenes may be emergent and on-going but their articulation in the present is often based on past events, ideas and histories. There is a noticeable gap between the literature concerning popular music ethnography and the growing body of work on cultural memory and emotional geography. This book is a study of the conceptual formation and use of music scenes by participants. It is also an investigation of the structures underpinning music scenes more generally.

Easy Guitar Scales and Modes By Matt Warnock
Learn Guitar Scales and Modes the Easy Way

Scales and modes are essential learning for any guitarist, but they’re intimidating when first learning to play guitar. 

There’s an endless list of shapes, fingerings, theory, etc. to learn, making it easy to be overwhelmed in the practice room.