The BPI has today published its annual yearbook All About The Music 2023. Long regarded as the definitive source of data relating to the recorded music industry, it looks back at 2022 through a mix of charts, exclusive analysis and commentary.
Now in its 44th edition, the yearbook examines the trends and patterns of the year, breaking down industry income and consumption by format and delving into areas such as the vinyl market, year of release, which genres performed the best and how artists from the UK have been performing on the global stage. Alongside sections devoted to the independent market and data on music consumers there are a host of snapshots of areas of interest such as uptake of podcasts, short-form video, livestreaming and more.
Suitable for those aiming to get a broad understanding of the market as well as readers looking for a deeper dive into the data, 'All About The Music' comprehensively covers the story of the year. With analysis and commentary from the BPI's own research team as well as data from respected sources such as the Official Charts Company, AudienceNet, MIDiA, Luminate, Futuresource and IFPI, this is the authoritative resource for anyone with an interest in the recorded music market.
“All About The Music 2023” is available free to all BPI members and can be purchased here.