Previously titled the BPI Yearbook, Music Market 2015 is the definitive guide to the UK recorded music industry in numbers.
We’ve revamped its presentation this year to ensure facts and figures are easily attainable and to ensure that it functions both as a reference that you can dip in and out of as well as a more readable experience from cover-to-cover.
Widely acknowledged as the definitive data source for the UK record industry, the book – now in its 36th edition – measures and analyses how consumption of recorded music is changing, with greater detail on streaming throughout. We take a look at the trends defining the 2014 music year, from industry income to compilations, artist nationality, gifting, impulse purchasing and more.
It also includes sections covering retail, independent music, company market share, Classical and the extraordinary success of UK music in the world market.
BPI's Chief Executive Geoff Taylor talks about the book here
Price: £85 + VAT