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COLUMN: A FRINGE GUIDE FOR BANDS
The Edinburgh Fringe, the world's biggest cultural event is now in full swing - as you'll discover from our sister magazine ThreeWeeks, which covers it all. Every genre is represented, though it's comedy and theatre most people talk about. Musician MJ Hibbett is back in Edinburgh this August, and here he tells the music community why they should likewise do the Fringe, and if they do, what they'll need to know in advance more>>
 
APPROVED: JACKSON AND HIS COMPUTERBAND
Every now and then, I remember Jackson And His Computerband's 2005 album 'Smash' and think, "That was a good album, I wonder what happened to him". Had he just packed and given in? Or just run out of ideas? Then last week, while appearing on Amazing Radio review show 'It's Amazing', my question was answered with one of the programme's two 'mystery tracks'. It seems he'd just been in no rush to follow it up more>>

TOP STORIES
- Sony knocks back Loeb's partial sell-off of entertainment business plan
IN THE POP COURTS
- 50 Cent pleads not guilty to domestic violence charge
- Chief Keef ordered to pay almost $250,000 in damages over missed London show
IN THE POP HOSPITAL
- Beady Eye guitarist suffers severe head trauma in accident
POP POLITICS
- PJ Harvey releases Guantanamo Bay protest song
- Omar Souleyman speaks after being denied entry to Sweden
REUNIONS & SPLITS
- Midlake frontman quits, band continue
RELEASE NEWS
- Arcade Fire's new LP might be titled Reflekor
- Dan Le Sac Vs Scroobius Pip announce new album
- Haim detail LP, finally
GIGS & TOURS NEWS
- Death Grips cancel dates, don't explain why
- Agnes Obel to tour in October
FESTIVAL NEWS
- ATP cancels Grizzly Bear's I'll Be Your Mirror
- Festival line-up update: Flow, No Mean City, The Big Reunion and more
THE DIGITAL BUSINESS
- Bloom.fm announces Merlin deal
- Spotify adds playlist browser to mobile apps
THE MEDIA BUSINESS
- Bauer rolls out Kiss Fresh onto Freeview
AND FINALLY...
- Mutya Buena brands multi Sugababe tour "hilarious"
PLEDGEMUSIC - GLOBAL HEAD OF COMMUNICATIONS AND PR
PledgeMusic is looking to hire a full-time Global Head of Communications and PR. The Global Head of Communications and PR will be responsible for controlling all communication originating from PledgeMusic. This is inclusive of, but not limited to, all press releases (whether generated by Pledge or third parties), presentations, onesheets and other marketing materials. The position will be based in either London or New York.

For more information including a full job description and how to apply click here.
   
!K7 RECORDS - INTERN
!K7 Records are looking for a bright and diligent intern to support the Artist Management, A&R and Marketing departments of the label. We offer a six month placement, integral training within the company and given responsibility working alongside our artists to support their various activities.

For more information including a full job description and how to apply click here.
   
ESSENTIAL MUSIC & MARKETING - DIGITAL SALES EXECUTIVE
Essential Music and Marketing is seeking a confident, high calibre individual to lead its digital retail representation. The position will manage partnerships with digital music services (eg iTunes), working closely with label managers and reporting to the Sales Director. This is an ideal position for someone with experience of dealing with key online accounts, looking to forward their career and skills in a dynamic and fast growing music distribution company.

For more information including a full job description and how to apply click here.
   
SOUND CHANNEL - DIGITAL MARKETING ASSISTANT
Sound Channel is one of the leading companies working in the electronic music industry. We are looking for a bright individual who has a solid grasp of music to work with us across all our projects including Hideout Festival, Unknown, Canal Mills, Wax:On and Metropolis.

For more information including a full job description and how to apply click here.
   
CYPHER PR - SOCIAL MEDIA MUSIC INTERN
Passionate about social media & dream about working in the music business? Well here's your chance to take that first important step with a leading music PR firm Cypher - the agency responsible for looking after artists, music brands such as including Food Music, Pacha, Big Chill, and New State album and artist releases.

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SECRETLY LABEL GROUP - UK PRESS JUNIOR (PRINT & ONLINE)
The Secretly Label Group is looking to hire a junior press officer to manage online, print press and general public relations for select artists on the roster of the in-house labels Dead Oceans / Jagjaguwar / Secretly Canadian.

For more information including a full job description and how to apply click here.
   
CLASSIC ROCK MAGAZINE - DEPUTY ART EDITOR
TeamRock are looking for a Deputy Art Editor for Classic Rock magazine. You will be an experienced commercial designer whose current role will include cover design, page concepts and layout, and ideally some experience of digital publishing. You will excel in making old stuff look really vital and exciting and feel comfortable commissioning and directing photographers, even if you secretly think they are a bunch of prima donnas and perverts.

For more information including a full job description and how to apply click here.
   
[PIAS] RECORDINGS - PRODUCT MANAGER
London based independent record company seeks Product Manager to join our existing marketing team. Candidates will report to a Head of Marketing and be responsible for the day to day running of artist campaigns. Hard working, enthusiastic and a genuine passion for music a must. Previous experience as a Product Manager at a record label required.

For more information including a full job description and how to apply click here.
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Situated in a 620 sq ft former photographic studio, up to four of you will be sharing with us - a music PR company. One third of the office is available in a friendly, spacious, airy, media environment. The space offered is partially separated from the main room and currently acts as our meeting / ping pong room! Individual desk spaces may also be considered.

The office is tastefully designed, has ample storage and is based in Camden close to all the amenities. The space would suit music professionals, designers or architects or a small company involved in the creative arts.

The studio has excellent security and is situated in a private yard off the street. It is 5 mins walk from Chalk Farm tube and Kentish Town West Overground stations. It is equally close to Camden Lock and Market with its numerous shops, restaurants, bars, cafes and a short journey on bus or tube will take you into the west end quickly.

There's a kitchenette, with sink for tea/coffee, microwave and fridge. The studio is situated on the lower ground floor of the building with its own locked door, with 24 hours access.

The rental cost is for the space and includes all utilities but not telephone. Wireless high speed broadband (reasonable use) could also be shared.

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SONY KNOCKS BACK LOEB'S PARTIAL SELL-OFF OF ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS PLAN
As expected, Sony Corp has rejected proposals from one of its shareholders to sell off a slice of its US-headquartered entertainment business, to generate cash to help fund the revival of the Japanese conglom's flagging consumer electronics operations, and to force the firm's music, movie and TV companies to be more transparent to shareholders.

The Sony top guard have long denied recurrent rumours that a sale of its entertainment assets is on the agenda, though when Daniel Loeb, whose Third Point hedge fund now controls just under 7% of Sony stock, proposed the partial sell-off (to float 20%), Sony chief Kazuo Hirai said it was an "important proposal" that his board would fully consider.

But support for the idea within Sony HQ, and amongst some other key shareholders, was never high, and in a statement earlier today the firm said its board was unanimous in its decision to knock back the Loeb plan, adding that 100% ownership of its entertainment businesses was "fundamental" to the success of the wider Sony business.

According to Bloomberg, Hirai says: "Sony's entertainment businesses are critical to our corporate strategy and will be important drivers of growth. I am firmly committed to assuring their growth, to improving their profitability, and to aggressively leveraging their collaboration with our electronics and service businesses".

Noting that part of Loeb's plan was about forcing more transparency in the affairs of the Sony music and movie firms, Hirai did also commit to make additional disclosures about the operations of those businesses to investors moving forward.

Loeb said he was "disappointed" with the decision, and would "explore further options to create value for Sony shareholders".

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50 CENT PLEADS NOT GUILTY TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CHARGE
50 Cent yesterday appeared in court in LA to plead not guilty to charges that he attacked his ex-girlfriend, model Daphne Joy, and caused over $7000 of damage to her home.

As previously reported, 50 Cent was charged by police last month. It is alleged that he and Joy, who have a child together, became involved in an argument on 23 Jun. She says that he began destroying her property, but turned his attention on her when she locked herself in a bedroom, breaking down the bedroom door and kicking her. A police report estimates damage of $7100 to her home and property.

Yesterday, Fiddy entered a plea of not guilty, but was nonetheless given a protection order by the judge overseeing the case, prohibiting him from contacting or going within 100 yards of his ex. He was also ordered to turn in all of his guns.

He is due back in court again next month. If found guilty he faces up to five years in prison and fines of up to $46,000.

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CHIEF KEEF ORDERED TO PAY ALMOST $250,000 IN DAMAGES OVER MISSED LONDON SHOW
Chief Keef has been ordered to pay damages of almost a quarter of a million dollars to Washington DC-based promoter Team Major over a performance in London which he failed to turn up for last year.

The rapper was due to play at IndigO2 in the O2 dome complex on 29 Dec 2012, but failed to emerge on the day and never gave any reason for his absence. Possibly he was still too full of Christmas turkey. Team Major sued to get back the advance it had paid and for lost earnings, with damages totalling $75,000.

According to TMZ, Chief Keef never responded to the lawsuit, and so a judge has ruled that he should pay $230,019 to Team Major, covering the advance, lost earnings and harm to the promoter's reputation.

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BEADY EYE GUITARIST SUFFERS SEVERE HEAD TRAUMA IN ACCIDENT
Beady Eye have issued a brief statement giving more information about the injury suffered by guitarist Gem Archer last week which, as previously reported, has forced the cancellation of shows in Belgium and Japan.

Posted on the band's website, the statement reads: "Following an accident on the evening of Thursday 1 Aug, Beady Eye guitarist Gem Archer was hospitalised with severe head trauma. He is currently in a stable condition but continues to stay in hospital under observation".

It adds: "As previously reported, shows this week in Belgium and Japan have been cancelled. His family, friends and bandmates thank everyone who have sent messages of support and well wishes so far and hope to see him back on his feet soon. An update on his condition will follow".

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PJ HARVEY RELEASSES GUANTANAMO BAY PROTEST SONG
PJ Harvey has released a new song in protest against the detention of the last remaining British citizen in Guantanamo Bay, Shaker Aamer.

Aamer from Tooting in South London has now been held in the US prison without charge for eleven years, despite being cleared for release in 2007. The US has said it will once again begin transferring prisoners to freedom, but despite pressure from the British government to return Aamer to the UK, it is feared he will instead be sent to and imprisoned in Saudi Arabia, where he was born.

Like over half of the detainees in Guantanamo Bay, Aamer is currently on hunger strike in protest against his treatment by the US government. In the lyrics to her song, also called 'Shaker Aamer', PJ Harvey recounts his experience of being on hunger strike for the last four months.

Aamer's lawyer and director of human rights organisation Reprieve, Clive Stafford Smith, told The Guardian: "We hope people listen to this song and think about Shaker Aamer's plight: detained for eleven years, without charge or trial - despite having been cleared for release by both Bush and Obama. The UK government must do everything it can to bring Shaker back home to his wife and kids in London, where he belongs. PJ Harvey has written a wonderful song - I know Shaker will be deeply moved by it, and I only hope that, with the support of the public, he will one day be able to listen to it in freedom".

Stream and download the song via The Guardian's website here.

As previously reported, last month Yasiin Bey, aka Mos Def, appeared in a video in which he was put through the force feeding procedure that Guantanamo's hunger strikers go through on a daily basis to highlight conditions in the prison.

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OMAR SOULEYMAN SPEAKS AFTER BEING DENIED ENTRY TO SWEDEN
Syrian artist Omar Souleyman has been denied a visa by Swedish authorities, and so, as things stand, will have to miss Gothenburg's Way Out West festival this weekend.

The singer has already had to cancel an appearance at the Stockholm Music & Arts Festival after being told its currently Sweden's national policy to not admit Syrian citizens. Apparently - or so says a statement on the Way Out West website - one reason given to Souleyman's people is that there is a "risk of him applying for a residence permit in Sweden was too high".

Also on the WOW website, Souleyman himself adds: "I could not believe the reason for which my visa was denied - that of Sweden being afraid that I will want to stay there and apply for a residence permit when I arrive. I am a musician who travels all over the world and to all western countries to sing for people and to make them dance. I have never ever had any wish or intention to remain in any country that has issued me a visa that enables me to perform for people there. It is clear to anyone who will take a look at my extensive touring history for the last five years in the western world - where I have been and how many borders I have crossed. Hundreds and hundreds".

It continues: "I have a family in Syria and I have no intention of ever abandoning them. The Embassy had the information clearly of all my children, wife, brothers and sisters, parents, who all live in Syria. I support them and give my life for them. I have never had nor will he ever have any intention to defect into Sweden. I love my home as troubled as it is right now, more than anything".

And: "The decision of the Consulate is very wrong but I have accepted that; now I hope that my management will do everything together with promoters in Sweden to correct that".

Way Out West organisers still hope that Souleyman will be allowed to honour his booking, and invite Swedish authorities to "change their minds and do the right thing".

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MIDLAKE FRONTMAN QUITS, BAND CONTINUE
Midlake have announced that their frontman Tim Smith left the band last November. However, since then they have been working on a new album, entitled 'Antiphon', which will be released this autumn.

In a statement on their website, the band said: "Since the departure of Tim Smith from Midlake in November of last year, we've worked days and nights in the studio to write and record this album. We've pushed ourselves and challenged ourselves and feel that 'Antiphon' represents an ultimate genesis both musically and spiritually".

The band will perform live with their slimmed-down line-up for the first time later this month, which further tour dates to be announced in the coming weeks.

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ARCADE FIRE'S NEW LP MIGHT BE TITLED REFLEKOR
Unsubstantiated rumours abound that Arcade Fire have announced the name of their James Murphy-produced new LP (released 28 Oct), via a strange piece of 'street art' bearing letters that spell 'Reflektor'.

The 'Reflektor' emblem has been sighted in various cities in recent days, something recorded by an Instagram profile that also links to a video that seemingly plugs the new record.

NB: This may all be a hoax/have nothing to do with Arcade Fire, just saying.

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DAN LE SAC VS SCROOBIUS PIP ANNOUNCE NEW ALBUM
Dan Le Sac Vs Scroobius Pip, aka Dan Le Sac and Scroobius Pip, have announced that they will release their third album on 7 Oct through Sunday Best, having got solo albums out of their respective systems. Bearing the title 'Repent Replenish Repeat', the first track from the album, 'Stunner', was released as a free download at the weekend.

Announcing the new track, Pip said: "This is the lead single and the beat is hard as hell. When Dan sent it to me I listened to it on loop and couldn't come up with any writing worthy of it for about a month. It was the most excited I had ever been to receive a new beat".

But write he did, and direct the video he also did. You can watch that here, and grab your free download via www.lesacvspip.co.uk.

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HAIM DETAIL LP, FINALLY
Alt-pop sorority girls Haim have confirmed a name and release details pertaining to their first-LP-to-be. Titled 'Days Are Gone', it'll be available 30 Sep, and will feature the band's past singles 'Falling', 'Don't Save Me' and the title track to their 2012 EP, 'Forever'.

The sisters Haim shared the 'official' take on live fave 'The Wire' last week, and here it is, both in audible form, and as part of the 'Days Are Gone' tracklisting:

Falling
Forever
The Wire
If I Could Change Your Mind
Honey & I
Don't Save Me
Days Are Gone
My Song 5
Go Slow
Let Me Go
Running If You Call My Name

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DEATH GRIPS CANCEL DATES, DON'T EXPLAIN WHY
Noise-rap clique Death Grips have cancelled a pair of US-based live appearances, namely dates in Boston tonight and New York tomorrow.

They also failed to show at an official Lollapalooza afterparty last week, nor did they play as billed at the festival itself. Fans 'trashed' the stage on learning that DG had (say Lollapalooza organizers) "chosen not to arrive" at the party, which was meant to take place at the Bottom Lounge in Chicago, even dismantling Zach Hill's drumkit.

Prior to the announcement, Consequence Of Sound notes, the stage backdrop at the Bottom Lounge was changed to show a suicide note purportedly written by a Death Grips fan, perhaps suggesting the band decided to miss the show out of respect.

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AGNES OBEL TO TOUR IN OCTOBER
Latterly approved Danish dame Agnes Obel has planned a late quartet of shows in October, almost a month after the 30 Sep arrival of her new LP 'Aventine'.

And those shows are at/on:

21 Oct: London, Union Chapel
22 Oct: Bristol, Colston Hall 2
23 Oct: Dublin, Vicar Street
24 Oct: Glasgow, CCA

Watch the latest (and apparently, last) 'Avantine' trailer here.

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ATP CANCELS GRIZZLY BEAR'S I'LL BE YOUR MIRROR
Marking a new chapter in the saga - most of it charted here - of ATP, the live promotions co has voided the Grizzly Bear-headlined edition of its I'll Be Your Mirror all-dayers at London's Alexandra Palace.

This same event was set back from its original 5 May date (when it was due to accompany a Yeah Yeah Yeahs IBTM event that did go ahead) to one in November earlier this year, with ATP HQ saying at the time that several main acts had cancelled, leaving it "unviable".

Whilst ATP is still to release a public explanation as to why it now won't go ahead at all, a WeGotTickets email sent to IBYM attendees reveals there were "problems with the venue and new date", that meant the event was "not up to ATP and the band's standards".

The note adds that fans will be given a "partial refund" for tickets, a point ATP has clarified on Twitter by saying: "That only applies to weekend ticketholders [who also went to the Yeah Yeah Yeahs event]; everyone is being fully refunded the face value ticket price".

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FESTIVAL LINE-UP UPDATE: FLOW, NO MEAN CITY, THE BIG REUNION AND MORE
We start today's FLUU with the news that Azealia Banks has cancelled a wave of planned festival PAs, not least at Canada's Osheaga, Norway's Øya, Finland's Flow Festival, and Sweden's Way Out West, as she has, says her management, a "severe throat infection". Banks may yet have to renege on her billing at Reading & Leeds festivals (23-25 Sep), aka her only remaining August dates.

As we await word one way or the other on that, it's on to additions listings via the following...

THE BIG REUNION, Butlins, Skegness, 15-17 Nov/22-24 Nov: Wretch 32, Jaguar Skills, Rudimental, Micky Slim, The Wideboys, The 1975, Clean Bandit, Devlin, K-Koke, MC Majestic, Duke, Brookes Brothers, Mistajam, Danny Howard, B Traits, Matrix And Futurebound, Artful Dodger, Kidnap Kid, Monsta, Adele Roberts, Gorgon City, Hannah Jacques. www.thebigreunion.com

CROISSANT NEUF SUMMER PARTY, Usk, Monmouthshire, 8-11 Aug: Laid Blak. www.croissantneuf.co.uk

FEEL GOOD FESTIVAL, Rochdale Town Hall Square, Rochdale, 30-31 Aug: Neville Staple, The Crookes, The Sundowners, Screaming Maldini, Red Alert. www.rochdalefeelgoodfestival.co.uk

FLOW FESTIVAL, Suvilahti, Helsinki, Finland, 7-11 Aug: Public Enemy, Cody ChestnuTT, Femme en Fourrure, Teeth, Space Dimension Controller, Tim Sweeney, Timo Lassy, Cola & Jimmu, Ender & Lil Tony, DJ Ionik. www.flowfestival.com

NO MEAN CITY, various venues, Glasgow, Scotland, 1-28 Sep: Kris Kristofferson, Eels, The Barr Brothers, Junip, Daughn Gibson, Caitlin Rose, The Milk Carton Kids, Laetitia Sadier, Ethan Johns, Kat Men, Lou Hickey, Strand Of Oaks, Daniel Norgren, Dawes, The Be Good Tanyas, King King, Heartless Bastards, Jim White, Joe Pug, Johnny Reid, Raintown, Ash Before Oaks, Stephen Kellogg, Zervas & Pepper. nomeancity2013.tumblr.com

SHAMBALA, secret location, Midlands, 22-25 Aug: Martina Topley-Bird, Ramy Essam, Os Nelsons, Oquadro. www.shamabamusicfestival.com

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BLOOM.FM ANNOUNCES MERLIN DEAL
Streaming service Bloom.fm, which officially launched earlier this year offering subscriptions for as little as £1 per month, has announced a deal with digital rights agency Merlin, bringing many of the major independent labels to its catalogue and boosting it to over 22 million tracks.

Bloom.fm CEO Oleg Fomenko told CMU: "We designed Bloom.fm to be affordable, simple and beautiful. Reaching over 250,000 registered users so quickly demonstrates Bloom.fm's mass-market potential and we can't wait to see what happens when we're available on Android and laptops. We're delighted to have Merlin onboard to further build our independent music catalogue and take our library to over 22 million tracks".

Merlin's CEO Charles Caldas added: "We are pleased to have concluded this agreement with Bloom.fm for their innovative service and I am sure that Bloom's users will enjoy the access to the world's most significant independent labels and distributors. We wish them the best of luck with their continued expansion".

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SPOTIFY ADDS PLAYLIST BROWSER TO MOBILE APPS
Spotify has added a new playlist browsing function to its iOS and Android mobile apps, which will attempt to recommend you a playlist to suit the mood or situation you're in.

The new feature is being rolled out to all premium users over the next few weeks. I haven't got it in mine yet, so I have no idea if it works. I have just noticed that the existing Discover tab has recommended that I listen to Atomic Kitten though, so that'll have to do.

Elsewhere in Spotify update news, the company has begun rolling out an updated inbox design in its web app. I haven't got that on my account either, so FUCK I don't even know why I bother.

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BAUER ROLLS OUT KISS FRESH ONTO FREEVIEW
The new Kiss-branded service launched by Bauer Media back in May, Kiss Fresh, got a boost yesterday when it appeared on the radio section of the Freeview platform.

Kiss Fresh, so far available via the Kiss website and apps, has a focus on newer talent within the Kiss brand's domain of urban and dance music, and features amongst other things one-hour mixes by new DJs and specials dedicated to one artist.

Confirming the expansion of Kiss Fresh to Freeview, Andy Roberts, Group Programme Director at Kiss, told CMU: "This increased distribution for Kiss Fresh is firmly in line with our ambition to grow the Kiss brand across multiple platforms. Kiss Fresh has had a successful launch and can now champion new music and artists to even bigger audiences across the UK. It's yet another example of Kiss' successful 'Hear It, See It, Share It' strategy to push content across platforms people want and to be 'always on' in all the right places".

Kiss Fresh will replace Smash Hits Radio on the Freeview platform, with the one time pop-mag brand now limited to the Bauer/Channel 4-operated music channel that uses the name.

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MUTYA BUENA BRANDS MULTI SUGABABE TOUR "HILARIOUS"
Last week Jade Ewen of the current Sugababes said that she thought it would be "awesome" if the current and original Sugababes line-ups toured together.

Although not entirely sure if her version of the group had split up or not, she told Digital Spy: "I would love to do a giant tour of all the Sugababes, old line-up and new line-up. That would be awesome, it would sell out".

I think most people's reaction to that was to think to themselves, or perhaps even blurt out loud on a bus, "That's hilarious!" And you'll be pleased to know that origibabe Mutya Buena had the same reaction upon hearing the news too. She told The Daily Star: "That's frigging hilarious, as it would never happen. Just no".

Now going by the name Mutya Keisha Siobhan, the original Sugababes line-up played their first show since reuniting out of spite last year at The Scala in London last week. They were very good. And here's the first single back, 'Flatline', which is due out on 1 Sep.

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