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Spotify designer moves to Facebook
In The Pop Courts
Bez found guilty of assaulting ex-girlfriend
Awards & Contests
Kanye West to return to the scene of the crime
In The Studio
Cheryl begins work on next album, sources claim
Release News
Weezer announce new album details
Ting Tings announce new single
The Bees announce album details
Films & Shows News
Ministry documentary announced
Gigs & Tours News
Space turns 21
Sophie Ellis-Bextor announces tour dates
Everything Everything to tour
Festival News
Festival line-up update
Album review: Wintersleep - New Inheritors (147 Records)
The Music Business
The Bull & Gate turns 30
The Digital Business
Pure and 7Digital launch FlowSongs
The Media Business
Britney to appear in Glee (possibly)
Dizzee talks up tele talent show
And finally...
Alanis Morissette announces pregnancy
Rob Zombie dismisses the album format

Australian singer-songwriter Sarah Blasko self-released her debut solo EP, 'Prelusive', in 2002. Her debut album, 'The Overture & The Underscore', was released in 2004 and went on to receive four ARIA nominations, while a second long player, 'What The Sea Wants, The Sea Will Have', followed in 2006. Having just released her latest single 'I Never Knew' and all set to play at next week's V Festival, before her own tour dates in November, we spoke to Sarah to find out more.

Q1 How did you start out making music?
I started by singing along to tapes in my bedroom. Then I began writing little ideas down in a diary. As time went on I began making up melodies which I started recording on a dictaphone. When I was eighteen, I learnt to play a few chords on the guitar. One day I decided to play some songs in front of an audience and from there got into creating my own recordings at home. Next I did an EP and from there an album with a record label.. And here I am with my third album.

Q2 What inspired your latest album?
Lots of things. Heartache, loneliness, the wonders and trials of being a human!

Q3 What process do you go through in creating a track?
These days I try to give the song time to develop before I think about the arrangements. I focus mostly on melody rather than chords in the beginning because I think it's so important. Then when the melody and the words are in good form, I think about song structure, whether it needs another section and the kind of sounds and instrumentation it would suit. Then from there I like to collaborate with a producer and musicians to work out the rhythmic feel of the song and to write melodies for other instruments.

Q4 Which artists influence your work?
Loads... Talking Heads, Henry Mancini, Carole King, Burt Bacharach, Leonard Cohen, PJ Harvey, Bjork, Nick Cave, Billie Holiday, Nina Simone, Cat Power, Joanna Newsom, Bill Callaghan, Bonnie Prince Billy, M Ward, The Beatles, Radiohead.

Q5 What would you say to someone experiencing your music for the first time?
Give it some time. Listen to the whole album. Relax!

Q6 What are your ambitions for your latest album, and for the future?
I would love to gather new audiences in places I'm only discovering for the first time. I would love to play with an orchestra one day. And visit the pyramids!

MORE>> www.sarahblasko.com
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Spotify's Lead Designer Rasmus Andersson, who has been with the company since work first began on the popular music streaming software in 2006, has announced that he is moving on to become a Product Designer at Facebook.

It's not clear exactly what Anderson will be working on over at the social networking giant, but he has indicated it will involve music, leading to new speculation Facebook is planning some sort of proprietary music service. Facebook has had various goes at developing some sort of music channel, though none have really come to fruition. However, a lot of bands still use the social networking platform as a fan communication tool, so there is probably still an opportunity for Facebook to get a slice of the digital music pie if it wants it, probably at MySpace Music's expense.

Writing on his blog, Anderson said: "Leaving Spotify is indeed very emotional - my little baby - but at some point you have to let the bird out of its cage. I believe Facebook is a very interesting entity which is changing the way we look at the internet in large - I'm thrilled and very happy to become a part of that".

He continued: "For me, working with basic human needs (music, social interaction, etc) in an aspect where peoples lives are being improved, has always been the focus of my professional life, thus both Spotify and now Facebook".

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Happy Mondays dancer Bez, real name Mark Berry, has been found guilty of assaulting his former girlfriend by a court in Manchester.

Manchester Magistrates Court heard that Bez had accused former model Monica Ward of stealing money from him in a row at the couple's flat in the city in May. Ward said that he had dragged her through the flat, throttling her, after suggesting that she had stolen a £300 payment their band Domino Bones had been paid for a gig they'd played the night before.

According to the BBC, Ward said: "I told him he had put down the money somewhere and forgotten where he had put it; he has a history of mislaying things. He had both hands around my neck, he was just looking insane and squeezing me for about five seconds. He told me he was going to kill me before the police arrived".

Later, she said, Bez returned, kicking down the door of the flat and taking a £20 note before running off again. She said that he had been violent towards her before as well, but admitted that she had also attacked him in the past.

Bez, however, denied the charges, telling the court that he had hidden money in the flat and found some of it missing. As this was not the first time this had happened, he alleged, he told Ward that he was leaving her and walked out of the flat.

He said: "There was no battering, no throttling, that is her fabrication. She has always been violent towards me. I loved the woman, I loved her with all my heart. I have forgiven and forgotten so many times. I feel as if my reputation as a man has been destroyed. The last few months I have felt like a rapist. I feel my soul has been ripped out of me".

As for the later incident, he said he had returned to the flat because he was only wearing shorts and a t-shirt and that the front door had simply collapsed when he pushed it.

However, the magistrates found Bez guilty, the chair of the bench Marie Cash saying that they had found Ward to be a "credible witness", and telling Bez: "We are not saying it was a deliberate attack but we do believe that a technical assault took place".

Bez described the hearing as a "kangaroo court". He will be sentenced on 25 Aug.

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Kanye West is set to appear on stage at the MTV Video Music Awards, which, as previously reported, are due to take place in LA on 12 Sep. Though this time his stage appearance is planned. As you'll no doubt remember, it was at the same awards ceremony last year when West cut Taylor Swift off during her acceptance speech for the Best Female Video to announce that, in fact, Beyonce Knowles had made the best video of all time.

West will perform new single 'Power', which is set for release on 30 Aug. Watch this video here, if you like: youtu.be/L53gjP-TtGE

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Just days after being released from hospital, where she was being treated for that previously reported bout of malaria, Cheryl Cole has already begun work on her second solo album, a source has claimed to the Daily Star.

According to the report, Cole spent Monday in a recording studio and has now booked herself in for a full week later this month.

The source said: "Cheryl booked the studio for a week, though she'll see how many days she can manage. But she is not the sort of person to lie in bed waiting to get better. She is a grafter and as much as people want her to rest, she won't. Cheryl is really geared towards making it in the US and feels well enough to push on".

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Just like we promised, Weezer have officially announced the upcoming release of their new album, 'Hurley', after the news of their signing to Epitaph Records emerged via Twitter last week. The first single from the album, entitled 'Memories', is out on iTunes now, or you can stream it on their MySpace page, if that makes you feel better.

Frontman Rivers Cuomo said of the band's new record deal: "So far we've had a really good creative collaboration with [Epitaph boss] Brett Gurewitz and the other people at the label, and I'm looking forward to collaboration with other like-minded alternative music fans at the label".

Meanwhile, Gurewitz said: "I've been a fan of Weezer from the beginning, and I've loved all their records. So it's amazing to find myself working with them on the new one!"

Explaining the album's slightly unusual cover (a photograph of actor Jorge Garcia, who played the character of Hurley in 'Lost', which you can stare at in bemused amazement here), Cuomo told Spinner: "I just loved this photo of Jorge Garcia - it just had this amazing vibe. We didn't want to do a fourth self-titled record and we knew people would refer to it as 'the Hurley record' even if left it without that title, so we just called it 'Hurley'. No words are on the cover because all we wanted was his amazing face".

Here's the album's tracklist:

Ruling Me
Where's My Sex?
Run Away
Hang On
Smart Girls
Brave New World
Time Flies
All My Friends Are Insects (deluxe edition only)
Viva La Vida (deluxe edition only)
I Want To Be Something (deluxe edition only)
Represent (deluxe edition only)

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If I'm honest, this week hasn't been easy (see Approved above for why August is rather manic round here). And, frankly, the last thing I needed to be told was that The Ting Tings will be releasing a new single soon. But that's exactly what's happened, so you might as well share in the misery, too.

The Ting Tings will release a new single called 'Hands' on 11 Oct via Sony and Columbia and Deconstruction (which are, of course, basically the same thing). I'm informed it's been mixed by labelmate Calvin Harris, which I believe is supposed to make me feel better about the whole thing.

The entire album - oh yeah, there's a fucking album as well - was recorded in Berlin. The blokey, drummy one, Jules De Martino said this: "Our time in Berlin was a fresh start, with no rules again. When you've had an album that's been successful, the danger is you go back in the studio, look back and try and emulate it'.

Annoying shouty woman Katie White added pointlessly: "It'd be so lazy and easy to make the same album twice".

Don't worry about me. Run! Save yourselves!

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The Bees have announced a whole load of details about their new album, which is good. Details are nice. And useful if one is attempting to write some release news, I find.

The band will release the new album, which is called 'Every Step's A Yes', on 11 Oct through Fiction Records. A week before that they will release a single called 'I Really Need Love'. By coincidence, the single is also on the album. And if you like the idea of the band playing some of their songs while you are in the same room as them, they'll be playing at Bush Hall in London on 15 Sep.

The names of all the songs on the album are these names:

I Really Need Love
Winter Rose
Silver Line
No More Excuses
Tired Of Loving
Change Can Happen
Island Love Letter
Skill Of The Man
Pressure Makes Me Lazy

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Formed in 1981, Ministry are pretty much entirely responsible for industrial metal, and were hugely influential for numerous in that genre and beyond over the last twenty years or so. The band's frontman Al Jourgensen is also endlessly entertaining, so I am banking on the upcoming documentary about the band, who split in 2008, also being very entertaining.

'FIX: The Ministry Movie' is due for release later this year. Here are two trailers for you to look at with your stupid, fat eyes:



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Ibiza club Space turns 21 this week. Happy birthday Space. To celebrate they're having a party, which is the kind of event that makes being a nightclub very useful. Anyway, this birthday party thing will take place on Friday night and will have Booka Shade, Francois K and MANDY doing music stuff at it.

More info here: www.spaceibiza.com

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Sophie Ellis-Bextor is going to go out on tour in December. While you're waiting for the dates to arrive, why not read her Same Six Questions interview: www.thecmuwebsite.com/ssq/sophieellisbextor.html

Tour dates:

12 Dec: Brighton, Concorde 2
13 Dec: London, Islington Academy
16 Dec: Bournemouth, Firestation
17 Dec: Manchester, Academy 2
18 Dec: Birmingham, O2 Academy 2
19 Dec: Oxford, O2 Academy 2

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With their debut album, 'Man Alive', out on 30 Aug, Everything Everything have announced tour dates, which will commence a month later, so that you have time to learn the words to all the songs.

Tickets go on sale tomorrow.

Tour dates:

28 Sep: Newcastle, Cluny
30 Sep: Liverpool, Academy 2
1 Oct: Nottingham, Bodega
2 Oct: Glasgow, King Tut's
4 Oct: Southampton, Talking Heads
5 Oct: Cambridge, ARU
6 Oct: London, Scala
7 Oct: Sheffield, Plug
9 Oct: Oxford, Academy 2
10 Oct: Leeds, Cockpit
11 Oct: Bristol, Thekla
12 Oct: Manchester, Deaf Institute

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ELECTRIC PICNIC, Stradbury Hall Estate, Co Laois, Ireland, 3-5 Sep: Marc Almond, Robyn and Chew Lips have been added to the line-up for the Irish fest Electric Picnic, along with Cap Pas Cap, The Late Fragments, Jonny Woo and Our Lady J. www.electricpicnic.ie

FREEZE FESTIVAL, Battersea Power Station, London, 29-31 Oct: Pendulum have been announced to perform a headline DJ set at this year's Freeze Festival, with Mark Ronson & The Business International, Roni Size, New Young Pony Club and I Blame Coco also confirmed to play. www.thefreezefestival.com

HARVEST AT JIMMY'S, Ipswich, Suffolk, 11-12 Sep: Scouting For Girls have been confirmed to replace The Zutons at next month's Harvest at Jimmy's, with Alan Pownall also added to the bill. www.harvestatjimmys.com

INVINCIBLE FESTIVAL, 21-22 Aug: Zane Lowe, Scratch Perverts and Beardyman are set to play at this month's Invincible festival, along with the likes of The Cuban Brothers, Dub Pistols and Beatbullyz. www.swindoninvincible.co.uk

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ALBUM REVIEW: Wintersleep - New Inheritors (147 Records)
I like Canada quite a lot. It's the land of maple syrup, broomball and indie that generally isn't tedious or unremarkable. Must be all of the mapley air.

Canada is also the home of Wintersleep, a melodic, stringsy collective of five, who have been around for almost a decade now. 'New Inheritors' is the band's fourth full-length release, and is a harmless, pleasant little record that, while admittedly less exciting than it probably should be, is an easy listen and should please fans and new listeners alike.

With nods to the likes of Wolf Parade and Broken Social Scene, 'New Inheritors' is quietly clever. The catchy 'Tracey Decay' and beautiful, string-rich 'Experience The Jewel' are definite standouts, but it's the hazy vocal-less tones of the almost Codes In The Clouds-esque 'Echolocation' that really draws interest, a melancholic song for the spaces between seasons, and a direction Wintersleep should flourish in if embraced fully. TW

Physical release: 7 Jun
Press contact: Triad Publicity

Buy from iTunes
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London venue The Bull & Gate, famed for putting on early gigs by many a household name, including Blur, Manic Street Preachers, Keane and Bloc Party, will celebrate its 30th birthday in September with a month of gigs featuring bands who have performed at the venue across its history.

The series of gigs, run under the title '30 days hath September - 30 years hath The Bull & Gate', is being put together by promoter Club Fandango, which took over day-to-day booking at the venue in June.

Club Fandango head Andy MacLeod told Music Week: "We actually promoted a show here with Keane to try to save The Bull & Gate when it looked like it might have to close a few years back. Shortly afterwards the pub became a listed building and that effectively did the trick, but now we're wanting to get back to re-establishing it as a mainstay on the live circuit. I think the guy that used to run the music side had lost the drive for it and it was a shadow of its former self".

He added: "We've spent a couple of months installing new lights and PA. It's been great fun trying to turn it around and we've already got loads of things coming in including nights by WeGotTickets, Domino Records, Steve Lamacq, Drowned in Sound, Fierce Panda, Feeling Gloomy and The Best Of MySpace".

Kicking things off will be Pete & The Pirates on 1 Sep. Also confirmed are Eugene McGuiness, Jim Bob, Kingmaker, Ultrasound, Lovvers, Wojtek Gozisz, Invasion, Revere, Tim Ten Yen, David Cronenberg's Wife, and more.

For more info, head over to www.clubfandango.co.uk/bullandgate.php

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DAB radio manufacturer Pure has announced a new digital music service, launched in partnership with 7Digital and Shazam, called FlowSongs.

The service is aimed at owners of the company's radio hardware, letting users identify songs playing on any radio station (DAB, FM or internet) by utilising Shazam's software and then purchase them immediately through 7Digital at the press of a button on the radio itself. As well as immediately downloading tracks to the user's PC, purchased tracks will then also be available to stream via the radio.

Colin Crawford, Director Of Marketing at Pure, said at yesterday's launch of the service: "FlowSongs is the service I wanted back when I was fifteen, and that I know my daughter wants now she's fifteen".

However, an obvious problem for the service when used with any radio station that plays mainly new music (like the one Crawford's daughter presumably listens to) is that singles are often serviced to radio six weeks or more ahead of release, meaning fans can't buy lead single releases off new albums from any legit download store when they first hear them on air.

But 7Digital boss Ben Drury explained that the service would offer the option to pre-order or tag unavailable tracks for future purchase. Drury explained, as he did at a MusicTank debate earlier this year, that he has been surprised at the popularity of pre-ordering downloadable music amongst 7Digital customers.

FlowSongs is now in public beta and currently available on five Pure radios. The service is free for the first 90 days, after which an annual fee of £2.99 will allow the identification of an unlimited number of songs, with tracks costing between 79p and £1.29 each.

It's not the first attempt to bring a download store to digital radio sets, though this one doesn't actively involve any radio station companies, so it might actually work.

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It occurs to me that a great way to get widespread coverage for your TV show would be to always mention celebrities you've vaguely spoken to about appearing in it when you yourself are being interviewed. And if you can phrase it so it sounds like they're a dead cert to appear, however vague the actual conversation may have been, then all the better. Hence, once this particular CMU story has been written, unless Ryan Murphy comes up with something really impressive, you're going to have to start looking up your own 'Glee' news.

Last week 'Glee' boss Murphy insinuated that Paul McCartney and Susan Boyle were going to be in future editions of the show. Boyle, it seems, is actually quite likely to appear as a dinner a lady in the Christmas special. What Murphy actually said about McCartney was a bit more vague, it's possible they're just going to use some songs the musician suggested, which may or may not be Beatles songs.

Anyway, and continuing with the name dropping, when appearing on Ryan Seacrest's radio show this week Murphy revealed that one episode of the next series will feature the music of Britney Spears, and that the lady herself may make a cameo. He said: "Britney, I think 100%, is going to be on the episode. She is going to come and do a couple of scenes. It's about her music and not her personal life. We're handling Britney with sort of kid gloves. I really admire what she's done with her life and how she's turned things around".

Other pop stars who may or may not appear in the show include Leo Sayer, Finnish Eurovision winners Lordi, Cliff Richard and Michael Jackson.

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Dizzee Rascal has been talking up Sky One's 'Must Be The Music', a new TV talent show on which he is a judge - alongside Jamie Cullum and Sharleen Spiteri - which he says will be better the 'X-Factor' because, well, does he need a reason?

Oh, he does? Okay, well, here's what he said about it to the Radio Times: "['X-Factor' and 'Britain's Got Talent' are] just another massive marketing tool. No discredit to that, but we're giving the artists room to be independent. Being an independent artist, I can appreciate that. It's a really good thing. We don't try to grab on to them and manufacture them".

The finalists of 'Must Be The Music' will win £100,000, a gig at Wembley Arena and, best of all, the show will organise for their songs to appear on iTunes. Yes, that's right, iTunes.

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Alanis Morissette is pregnant with her first child. The singer revealed the news in a list of 25 things people don't know about her, which she wrote for UsMagazine.com.

Here are some other things you don't know about Alanis Morissette:

"2. I have a debilitating fear of moths"

"8. During my travels, I like to collect essential oils from around the world"

"14. I am half Hungarian"

"23. I have never had a cavity"

So, there you go.

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Former White Zombie frontman Rob Zombie has proclaimed that the album is a dead format and said that the record industry will never recover from the slump it has suffered in recent years.

Speaking to AOL's Noisecreep, Zombie said: "Truthfully, when you make a new album ... you go, 'OK here's eleven new songs, five of which we'll never play live. And here's the two or three singles that will always be in the set. I think they [the record industry] dropped the ball a long time ago and they're never going to recover from it. Nobody wants to actually purchase music any more ... it's a weird time because the music scene is alive and well, it's just the music buying public is not ... A year from now, I don't even know if they'll be pressing CDs anymore or, if they do, stores won't even bother carrying em".

Zombie was being interviewed to promote the new special edition re-release of his latest album 'Hellbilly Deluxe 2', which is due out next month.

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