Mute Song has joined IMPEL in a move that managing director David McGinnis said will mean the “best possible service” for the publisher’s clients.
The London-based organisation represents a roster including Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Max Richter, Jóhann Jóhannsson, Underworld, Bob Geldof, Nadine Shah and more and was established in 1983 by Mute Records founder Daniel Miller. Its acts have created music for use in film, TV, ballet, opera and across the arts.
IMPEL Collective Management represents the digital publishing rights of its members, which include Bucks Music Group, Beggars Music, Reservoir Music, Kassner Music, CTM, ABKCO, Truelove Music and Faber Music.
Mute Song’s fantastic catalogue adds continuing class to the repertoire we represent
Sarah Williams, IMPEL
Mute Song MD David McGinnis said: “We are very excited to be working with IMPEL, the other publishers in the IMPEL family and IMPEL’s chosen partner SACEM. We are committed to providing the best possible service to our writers and are convinced that IMPEL will help us do this.”
IMPEL CEO Sarah Williams added: “This is great news for IMPEL. Mute Song's fantastic catalogue adds continuing class to the repertoire we represent and builds upon the strength of our collective. We couldn’t be more delighted to welcome David and his team into the IMPEL family.”