The final 2015 edition of M magazine is out now – read it here!
This issue, we get the inside track on The Libertines remarkable comeback, take a look at the new radicals who’re shaping the future of protest music and shoot the breeze with Mark Thomas, the composer behind the Shaun the Sheep theme tune amongst many other things.
You’ll also find Steve Mason at home in his studio, chatting candidly about his songwriting processes, and learn the backstory to Wreckless Eric’s punk-rock perennial Whole Wide World.
In our business news section we get the lowdown from PRS for Music’s licensing and legal teams to find out how digital deals work. Elsewhere, MPA Group chief executive Jane Dyball and 7digital lead product owner Heesang Jeon share their views on the future of publishing and classical music in the digital music world respectively.
Finally, our members and music section features some of the most exciting new members to join the society plus an interview with Mercury Prize nominated artist C Duncan. You’ll also find tastemakers’ tips predicting the ones to watch in 2016 and a playlist from jazz ace Moses Boyd.
We hope you enjoy it. Here’s to another great year of music!