Key Changes is proud to launch the world’s first record label dedicated to releasing material from artists affected…Read more
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We took part in A Mindful Mess festival exploring the mind, promoting mental health, and celebrating the fact we’re all wired a little differently!
A Mindful Mess…Read more
We were thrilled to be invited to perform at City Hall for the London Health Board Conference with an illustrious audience of leaders including the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan, NHS Chief Executive Simon…Read more
Our Young Music Leaders in-house volunteer programme provides vocationally focused training and work experience opportunities for music producers and artists who are using mental health services.
Volunteers provide support with our concerts and events, artist…Read more
Acclaimed photographer Sam Strickland has started a project that aims to document our unique community of artists. Sam’s sensitive, honest and sometimes playful approach has yielded some striking portraits that we think beautifully capture…Read more
We’re inviting street artists to pitch ideas for showcasing their work on the mural wall outside the writing room at our Central London studio to brighten up the sun deck and inspire our musicians and producers…Read more
We’re excited about the new season of our award-winning FAM (Football and Music) project which promotes positive physical health amongst men using mental health services in London.
Research shows that playing football provides a broad…Read more
Live performance is a key component of our therapeutic approach. Performing original material produced in our studios at public concerts and events can provide a major boost to our artists’ confidence and self-esteem. It’s…Read more
KC: How would you describe your background?
I’m mixed race, I was born and grew up in London but both my parents are from Jamaica. My father grew up in Hackney and my mum’s mother is…Read more