• A Wenham

    Alison Wenham: ‘the future’s bright, the future’s indie’

    We find time in Alison’s busy schedule to pick her brains about the state of the indie sector and learn how it can futureproof itself…

  • Brighton and Hove General Elect

    Comment: Mike Weatherley MP, Intellectual Property Advisor

    Mike Weatherley MP – David Cameron’s new Intellectual Property Advisor – writes exclusively in the latest issue of M magazine (M50).

  • Leee John

    Comment: Leee John

    Leee John discusses black British role models in music

  • Vanessa Reid

    The musical gender gap

    PRS for Music Foundation’s Vanessa Reed wades into the classical music storm surrounding female conductors & creators

  • David-Silverman-MiH-size

    Is the first deal an artist needs a PR deal?

    The most important thing for any act to concentrate on is writing great songs they can perform well. This is the basis for everything that comes afterwards, but it still offers no guarantee of success. People need to hear about these songs and the great band performing them, says Outpost Media’s David Silverman.

  • Andrew Murray

    Comment: Curbing copyright erosion

    Professor Andrew Murray is a specialist in copyright law and the role of digital media in society at the London School of Economics Law Department. Here he outlines the state of copyright in the digital age and what the music industry can do to promote and protect it.

  • Magazine covers

    Infinite choice: who reads music reviews anymore?

    Outpost Media founder David Silverman discusses the value of music reviews in the digital age.

  • House-of-Love-cover

    Cherry Red: Fans still get physical with music

    As HMV receives lifeline and Blockbusters starts selling music, Cherry Red MD examines our love affair with LPs and CDs.

  • Comment Live Stan McLeod

    Live music: time for a line in the sand?

    BandWagon’s Stan McLeod comments on the state of the UK’s live music scene.

  • Edward Farmer, composer

    Reinventing classical music

    Edward Farmer is a British conductor, composer and co-founder of the London Arts Orchestra who has some big ideas about the British classical music scene.

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