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CMU’s One Liners: Ole, The Grammys, Bonobo, more

By and | Published on Wednesday 11 January 2017


Other notable announcements and developments today…

• Acquisitive Canadian music rights firm Ole has bought Nashville-based music publisher Red Vinyl Music. The deal includes a catalogue of nearly 3000 songs including work by the likes of Chris Janson, Mark Irwin, and Pavel Dovgalyuk.

Billboard reckons Rihanna, Bruno Mars and The Weeknd have all been “discussed or approached” for the Prince tribute at next month’s Grammy Awards.

• Bonobo has released new track ‘No Reason’, featuring Nick Murphy (formerly known as Chet Faker).

• Minor Victories have released a rework of ‘Scattered Ashes’ from their upcoming ‘Orchestral Variations’ album.

• Menace Beach have shared a new track, ‘Suck It Out’. Their new album, ‘Lemon Memory’, is out on 20 Jan.

• Rebekka Karijord has released the video for new single ‘Home’. Her new album, ‘Mother Tongue’, is out on 27 Jan.

• LANY have announced a handful of UK shows in March, playing Birmingham, Manchester and finishing up at London’s Koko.

• Jess Williamson has announced that she will be touring the UK next month, including a show at London’s Servant Jazz Quarters on 13 Feb.

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