Read a selection of tweets from musicians following news that Britain will depart from the European Union.
As we wake to an uncertain future, the music industry reacts to the news that Britain voted in favour to leave the European Union and David Cameron's resignation.
Without diving too deep into the catacombs of politics (we'll leave that to The Guardian), here's a few tweets from DJs and music industry heads as social media digests the news.
Moving to Mars with Bowie— Disclosure (@disclosure) June 24, 2016
I'm stuck on the sight of smug waste men on the fringes of the Tory power rubbing their hands together, like Yeaaah now it's our time— GAIKA (@GAIKASAYS) June 24, 2016
I think ppl r underestimating the effects that this is going to have on every single industry - our pound has already fallen to its worst— Rina (@rinasawayama) June 24, 2016
The idiots are winning— apparat (@apparatofficial) June 24, 2016
What do we do now?— lockah (@lockah) June 24, 2016
Cameron you wet yout.— Novelist (@Novelist) June 24, 2016
I had always hope Cameron would resign over the pig fucking. This is a lot less fun.— The Black Madonna (@blackmadonnachi) June 24, 2016
You know why Cameron resigned cos when the shit hits the fan he don't want it on his head— Chasing The Art #BBK (@WileyUpdates) June 24, 2016
And a sobering thought beyond strain on the music industry, looming need for visas and restriction of movement, decline of tourism, job losses, a crater in our diverse culture, further fragility to the health service and pensions...