M meets… Shields

Shields are a talented electro pop/rock band from Newcastle that have a very clear idea of the music they want to make.

M meets… Lightships

Lightships is the new project by Teenage Fanclub's Gerard Love. For Lightships, Love pulled together some of the Glasgow music scene's finest. Read M's exclusive interview with him.

M meets… Feeder

Feeder started out in 1991 in Newport, Wales. The alternative rock duo have so far achieved five gold records and three platinum records during their even studio-album career and top ten singles with Buck Rogers, Just the Way I'm Feeling and Tumble and Fall.

M meets… 808 State pt.1

A founder of the band with Martin Price and Gerald Simpson (A Guy Called Gerald) in 1987. 808 State had a big chart hit with Pacific State at the height of the rave era but the band's influence in alternative electronica goes deeper than that.

M meets… Gilbert O’Sullivan part one

Gilbert O'Sullivan, the Ivor Novello and Grammy award-winning singer and songwriter has enjoyed international success with songs like the million-sellers Alone Again (Naturally), Clair and Get Down over a 44-year career.

SXSW interviews part one

PRS for Music Foundation's Sarah Thirtle caught up with many of the artists who received support from British Music Abroad at this year's SXSW festival.

M meets… Richard Stilgoe

PLAYING IT FOR LAUGHS: Renowned lyricist, musician and comedy songwriter Richard Stilgoe has been in the business for more than 40 years. He first captivated the nation on TV shows including Today, Nationwide and That’s Life, combining humour and melody with great dexterity.