An UnLimited Media Bulletin
Tuesday 21 January 2014

 
TODAY'S TOP STORY: As the much hyped Beats Music goes live in the US with a standard $9.99 per month price point, a report by professional services outfit Alvarez & Marsal has suggested that the pricing in streaming music is all wrong, and that revising monthly subscriptions downwards could result in more income overall, because it would result in a higher conversion from freemium to premium users... [READ MORE]
 
TODAY'S APPROVED: Next month, Beck returns with his first album for six years, 'Morning Phase', the first under his new record deal with Virgin EMI. Delving into the same set of influences as his 2002 album 'Sea Change', it was recorded with the same band as that record, and with Beck's father David Campbell returning to help out with string arrangements. However, with expectations so tuned to... [READ MORE]
TOP STORIES Streaming music price points too high, claims report
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DEALS Jenkins confirms new deal with Decca
Jakwob signs to Digital Soundboy
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LABELS & PUBLISHERS Former EMI Australia chief to lead Warner Bros and Parlophone in the region
Former Universal publishing chief joins Spirit Music
Neon Gold joins Warner/Atlantic
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MANAGEMENT & FUNDING My Morning Jacket manager Martinovich allies with Red Light Management
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DIGITAL & D2F SERVICES Spotify merch sellthrough goes live for all artists
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MEDIA Last.fm and The 405 announce alliance
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RELEASES Damon Albarn announces solo LP, shares track
George Michael releasing live orchestral LP
Katy B, Mount Kimbie and Roota Manuva star in south London music doc
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GIGS & FESTIVALS Goldfrapp detail cinema screening, live set
Hall & Oates to tour in July
Babe add date at London's Ace Hotel
Festival line-up update: Latitude, Southport Weekender, Lunar Fest and more
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AND FINALLY... David Cameron refuses to pay to see live music
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LEADING ELECTRONIC LABEL SEEKS LABEL MANAGER
One of the world's leading independent electronic labels are now looking for an ambitious, experienced and creative label manager to oversee all key day-to-day aspects of the label moving forward.

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13 ARTISTS - BOOKING ASSISTANT
Gorgeous Brighton-based booking agency 13 Artists is looking for a full time assistant with extensive agency experience to work alongside Charlie Myatt. It will be busy and demanding. You must be proficient in Microsoft Office and have the ability to quickly learn bespoke booking software.

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COOKING VINYL - INTERNATIONAL MANAGER
Cooking Vinyl are looking for an International Manager to support our busy International department. We have a diverse roster including The Prodigy, Marilyn Manson, Gary Numan, Billy Bragg, The Pretty Reckless, Skindred, Embrace and Suzanne Vega. You will need to have at least one years' experience of working international campaigns, as you will be expected to plan and implement artist campaigns on your own. This includes promotional campaigns, sales and marketing co-ordination, stock control and reporting.

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DWL - FREELANCE PR OFFICER
Leading music PR and artist management company DWL is looking for a press officer to work on our current artist campaigns for 7-8 weeks, starting ASAP. With a minimum of one year experience in music related PR, suitable candidates will have experience pitching features, placing reviews, dealing with both print and online outlets and have an understanding of digital and social media. Salary depending on experience.

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AUTHORITY COMMUNICATIONS - WEBSITE EDITOR
Authority Communications Ltd is looking for a Website Editor to manage websites, mailing lists and social media platforms for our roster of global music clients. You will have 2-3 years of industry experience, the ability to deliver compelling copy to tight deadlines, a good working knowledge of HTML and Photoshop and an intimate familiarity with social networking platforms of all kinds.

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DOMINO RECORDING CO LTD - INTERNATIONAL ASSISTANT
Domino Recording Co Ltd is seeking an International Assistant to be part of the Domino International Team, supporting all work across campaigns. The role requires good organizational and computer skills including some experience in these areas: collecting sales figures, servicing digital music and videos, providing marketing tools and merchandising to the territories and assisting on some aspects of international promotions.

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[PIAS] ARTIST & LABEL SERVICES - LABEL MANAGER
[PIAS] Artist & Label Services has one of the most experienced label management teams in the business. We are looking to add to the team and bring in a new label manager to work alongside us in supporting the broad range of labels with whom we work.

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GET INVOLVED - PR/MEDIA SPECIALIST
Leading event marketing agency/festival promoter Get Involved is looking for an experienced national PR Officer to work across live events, festivals and consumer brands.

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PRS FOR MUSIC - INTERNATIONAL ANALYST (BUSINESS AFFAIRS)
PRS for Music is looking for an Analyst to support the International Business Affairs team’s objectives of revenue growth, increased market penetration and the maintenance of good relations with overseas affiliates.

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OFFICIAL CHARTS COMPANY - CONTENT & MARKETING ASSISTANT
The Official Charts Company is expanding: Do you know your Miley from your Kylie and have a passion for writing, content marketing, social media? Then read on!

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WILDLIFE ENTERTAINMENT - OFFICE MANAGER (MATERNITY COVER)
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DISCIPLE MEDIA - BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT EXECUTIVE
Disciple Media is looking for a business development executive. Your job will be to identify musicians who will thrive on our mobile platform and manage the sales pipeline.

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Reporting to the Sales & Marketing Director you will be responsible for planning and coordinating all press and PR, working across all forms of media. Being the main contact, you will take full ownership for this area and use your initiative to maximise PR across all Snapper labels helping build upon its excellent reputation and catalogue.

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Streaming music price points too high, claims report
As the much hyped Beats Music goes live in the US with a standard $9.99 per month price point, a report by professional services outfit Alvarez & Marsal has suggested that the pricing in streaming music is all wrong, and that revising monthly subscriptions downwards could result in more income overall, because it would result in a higher conversion from freemium to premium users.

A&M isn't the first to make this proposal, of course, with some smaller players in the streaming market already touting lower-priced subscription models. And, MusicAlly notes, A&M's Faisal Galaria has provided advice to the investors in one of those businesses, the previously reported MusicQubed, which is best known for powering the one pound-a-week O2 Tracks service.

And while that might mean A&M has an agenda, the report's findings are interesting nevertheless, being based on a survey of 3,329 consumers in the UK, US and Germany.

According to the research, if streaming services cut their ten pounds of month premium rate (which includes all the mobile functionality) to five pounds, 2.4 million more people would likely sign up in the UK alone, resulting in up to £95 million in additional revenues for the British music industry. In Germany, the report reckons, the uplift would be 4.7 million more subscribers, resulting in up to 265 million euro more income.

Of course, with some, especially in the artist community, already hitting out at the per-play royalties that streaming services pay based on current subscription rates, the thought of pushing standard subscription fees down even further might not be popular, even if the argument goes that overall the industry would be richer.

Though cheaper rates might also be achieved by providing smaller catalogues of content (such as O2 Tracks) or less on-demand functionality (as with Pandora and iTunes Radio), more limited service features which, some argue, more mainstream consumers aren't so bothered about (whereas depriving them of mobile functionality is a turn off).

Says Galaria: "Our research shows that reducing prices will have a significant effect on subscription rates and, subsequently, be more than offset by an increase in aggregate revenues. While reducing prices may seem like a dramatic step, with the right proposition and price points in place, there is an opportunity to build sustainable interactive music businesses and even create the Netflix of music".

Ah, the Netflix of music. Though, while there is very possibly a place in the market for more limited catalogue services like O2 Tracks, I'm not sure a Netflix-style set-up - eight absolutely classic albums and 3017 LPs you wouldn't even find in your pound shop's bargain bin - is necessarily the way forward.

Jenkins confirms new deal with Decca
That Katherine Jenkins lady has only gone and signed a deal with Universal's Decca Records with a bold new plan to gift the world with another compact disc of musical goodness come autumn.

Actually, we already knew (months ago) that Jenkins was returning to original label Decca after a few years working with Warner, but what we didn't have until 13:50 yesterday was quotage to confirm this fact.

Says Jenkins: "It feels not only very exciting but very special to be returning to Decca - a decade after they first signed me - and to many of the people who helped launch my career. It amazes me to think that this will be my tenth album and for this, it seems the perfect place to be going 'home' to".

Meanwhile Decca dude Dickon Stainer told CMU: "We are delighted to be welcoming Katherine Jenkins back to Decca to celebrate a decade since her first signing to us. She is a uniquely talented artist".

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Jakwob signs to Digital Soundboy
London bass DJ James Jacob, alias Jakwob, has opted in to Digital Soundboy, signing with the electronica-led label in time for his next release, a single titled 'Somebody New'. The track features Tiffani Juno, and will be available on 30 Mar.

Of joining the likes of Shy FX, B Traits and Breakage at DS HQ, Jakwob says: "I'm really excited to be working with Shy and the whole crew over at Digital Soundboy. I've always really admired what they stand for and to get the chance to be a part of that is a real honour. I look forward to us having lots of success together".

Former EMI Australia chief to lead Warner Bros and Parlophone in the region
The former Chairman of EMI in Australia, Mark Poston, is returning to the record industry after a year away from the business by joining Warner Music down under, reporting in to the mini-major's Aussie MD Tony Harlow, who originally recruited Poston into EMI way back in the day.

As previously reported, Poston departed EMI Australia almost exactly a year ago ahead of the firm's integration with Universal Music, following the mega-major's acquisition of the former British record company in 2012, with the aim of taking some time out.

With that time now fully taken, he is returning as MD of Warner Bros in Australia, a job that will reunite Poston with some of the artists he worked with back at EMI, as the division will handle down under the Parlophone roster that Warner bought off Universal as part of its EMI takeover.

On taking over the reins of Warner Bros and Parlophone in Australia, Poston told Billboard: "I'm over the moon. You couldn't find two more iconic labels. We've got a great release schedule on both labels, a great line-up and incredible history".

On his year away, he added: "It was a scary and exciting time to walk away from EMI after thirteen years and take some time out for me. I had no idea if I would come back to the industry, or what I was going to do. I couldn't be more happy with the way it's worked out".

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Former Universal publishing chief joins Spirit Music
Indie publisher Spirit Music yesterday announced the appointment of former Universal Music Publishing Group CEO David Renzer to the role of Chairman. He will seemingly play an active role in his new job, working closely with Spirit's CEO Mark Fried, and liaising with the business's financial partners while looking for growth opportunities.

Confirming his new appointment, Renzer told CMU: "Spirit Music Group is one of the world's leading independent music publishing companies with an incredible catalogue, strong global platform and well poised for future growth. Having started my career in the independent sector I believe now is an opportune time for the nimble, entrepreneurial independent. I'm excited to partner with Mark Fried and the entire Spirit Music staff and look forward to aggressively growing Spirit's global operations".

Fried added: "Spirit has enjoyed unprecedented growth over the last few years, and we are excited to add someone with such a rich history of accomplishment and vision as David's to help us continue to re-define music publishing for the new millennium".

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Neon Gold joins Warner/Atlantic
Indie label Neon Gold has announced a new alliance with Warner/Atlantic in the US. Known for releasing early seven-inch singles by artists such as Marina And The Diamonds, Ellie Goulding, Icona Pop and Haim, this new alignment follows the end of a three-year partnership with Sony/Columbia, and will see the Neon Gold team working with Atlantic co-bosses Julie Greenwald and Craig Kallman.

Label co-founder Lizzy Plapinger told Billboard: "It feels like the next chapter for Neon Gold, and we're incredibly excited to bring new knowledge to the table, given all we've learned in the past three years. We already had an incredible relationship with Atlantic, and to be working with another woman is really inspirational and exciting. That's a wonderful bonus to the situation".

Today the label puts its 50th release on sale, the debut EP by the first management singing to Lyor Cohen's 300 company, ASTR. Listen to a track from that, 'R U With Me', here.

My Morning Jacket manager Martinovich allies with Red Light Management
Artist manager Mike Martinovich, who manages the likes of My Morning Jacket, Flight Of The Conchords and Preservation Hall Jazz Band through his Flatiron Management business, is allying with management powerhouse Red Light.

He will continue to work with his existing roster, but under the Red Light Management banner, and will be joined at the firm by Eric Mayers, formerly tour manager for My Morning Jacket. The move extends Martinovich's working relationship with Red Light founder Coran Capshaw, who was also a co-founder of MMJ's label ATO Records.

Confirming all this, Martinovich told Billboard: "I am delighted to make my relationship with Coran and his team more complete".

Spotify merch sellthrough goes live for all artists
A new Spotify feature that first appeared on Led Zeppelin's much hyped profile on the streaming service - merch sell-through - has now gone live for all artists. In partnership with Topspin, Spotify is now allowing artists to list merchandise next to their music commission-free.

A further effort to placate musicians who feel that Spotify isn't offering enough in the way of money-making opportunities, this feature is something many have talked about for sometime as an added value service streaming set-ups could offer.

Explains Spotify to artists: "Merchandise listings within Spotify link to your existing merchandise anywhere on the web. That means that you don't need to change how you sell merchandise, the Spotify listing simply points to your existing store".

So there are positives and negatives. On the plus side, neither Spotify nor Topspin will take a cut. However, as it's really just a slightly clunky link through to an artist's website (or wherever they sell their merch), the number of clicks it takes to complete a sale may mean that conversion rates are lower than hoped. Still, it's something, eh?

Last.fm and The 405 announce alliance
Last.fm has announced it has entered into an "editorial partnership" with London-based music website The 405, which will see the two firms collaborate on a series of original interviews and sessions with new talent. The content will be posted on The 405's YouTube channel and on the Last.fm platform.

Confirming the tie-up, Nick Calafato, Live And Promotions Manager for Last.fm, told CMU: "The 405 are a perfect fit for this kind of partnership as they epitomise our core value, the discovery of new music". While The 405's marketing man Robert Barwell, added: "This is a really exciting partnership for us and is a perfect example of how The 405 can work with brands to help connect with their audience".

  Approved: Beck - Blue Moon
Next month, Beck returns with his first album for six years, 'Morning Phase', the first under his new record deal with Virgin EMI. Delving into the same set of influences as his 2002 album 'Sea Change', it was recorded with the same band as that record, and with Beck's father David Campbell returning to help out with string arrangements.

However, with expectations so tuned to hear 'Sea Change Part 2', the differences from that twelve year old LP are striking. The songwriting is more refined here, and, while 'more positive' possibly isn't the right term, it is less subdued.

The first track to be released from the album, 'Blue Moon', went online yesterday, ahead of the album's release on 24 Feb. Listen here.
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Damon Albarn announces solo LP, shares track
The cat is officially out of the bag on just-announced Latitude top dog Damon Albarn's forthcoming first solo LP, 'Everyday Robots', which is dropping via Parlophone on 28 Apr.

Roping in XL Recordings boss Richard Russell on co-production, and Bat For Lashes' Natasha Khan, and Brian Eno in for a couple of guest spots, it is, supposedly, Damo's "most soul-searching and autobiographical yet" and "explores nature versus technology".

Wallow in its tracklisting below, and the video to its title track here.

Everyday Robots
Hostiles
Lonely Press Play
Mr Tembo
Parakeet
The Selfish Giant
You And Me
Hollow Ponds
Seven High
Photographs (You Are Taking Now)
The History Of A Cheating Heart
Heavy Seas Of Love

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George Michael releasing live orchestral LP
Ol George Michael has thrown together a live LP recorded over the course of his tour of 2011/2012, on which he had a full orchestra as accompaniment.

Titled 'Symphonica', as was the tour, it's composed of a mix of George's own hits ('A Different Corner', 'Praying For Time', 'Through' kind of thing), and covers of Nina Simone's 'My Baby Just Cares For Me', and Elton John's 'Idol', and 'Wild Is The Wind'.

It comes co-produced by Phil Ramone, who worked with George on its fourteen songs before his death in March of 2013, of a brain aneurysm.

Take a free copy of 'Praying For Time' from www.georgemichael.com, and view a short intro to the tour and LP here.

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Katy B, Mount Kimbie and Roota Manuva star in South London music doc
Katy B, Kwes, Mount Kimbie and rising R&B singer Tawiah, who live in various south London environs, all appear in a new documentary about their common 'ends'.

Co-commissioned by Dazed Vision and New Music as part of their series of 'New Music Cities' films, the piece is voiced-over by Roots Manuva, and features live performances by Katy B et al in spots all over south London.

See it in its entirety here, or look to Mount Kimbie doing a rendition of 'Home Recording', a title from their newest LP 'Cold Spring Fault Less Youth', on a rooftop, here.

Goldfrapp detail cinema screening, live set
Goldfrapp will, on 4 Mar, present a special screening of 'Tales Of Us', their new short film. The film airing will be followed by a 'state of the art' live show featuring the band, filmed in real time and beamed into cinemas from London's Air Studios.

Co-created by Alison Goldfrapp and writer/filmmaker Lisa Gunning, 'Tales Of Us' - which shares its name with Goldfrapp's latest LP - spotlights and in some cases links the stories of five characters.

Says Alison: "We're very excited to present a unique event, the 'Tales Of Us' film alongside an intimate live performance, to our fans across the world. We've loved touring the 'Tales Of Us' album and can't wait to bring our live show to local cinemas".

Find which cinemas are showing the film/show at this link, and watch its trailer here.

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Hall & Oates to tour in July
Soft-pop kings Hall & Oates will bring their achingly naff (and brilliant) hits to Britons this July, playing seven dates in cities as glam as Nottingham, Bournemouth and Manchester.

With the duo's grand induction to the Rock N Roll Hall Of Fame also looming large, the list of shows looks like this:

6 Jul: Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall
8 Jul: Glasgow, Royal Concert Hall
10 Jul: Manchester, Apollo
11 Jul: London, Hammersmith Apollo
15 Jul: Dublin, Olympia Theatre
17 Jul: Bournemouth, BIC
22 Jul: Birmingham, Symphony Hall

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Babe add date at London's Ace Hotel
My-fave-band-to-Google right now, Anglo-Franco pop four-piece Babe, have confirmed a show at London's Ace Hotel on 23 Feb.

It celebrates the 10 Mar release of Babe's first LP, 'Volery Flighty', which features Chvrches' Lauren Mayberry's singing, specifically on its lead single 'Aerialist Barbette'. Which is listenable here.

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Festival line-up update: Latitude, Southport Weekender, Lunar Fest and more
Damon Albarn is to play, solo, at this year's Latitude Festival, in so doing promoting his first LP, 'Everyday Robots'. In what, it turns out, will be his sole slot at a UK fest this year, Albarn barges his way onto a line-up including Two Door Cinema Club, Röyksopp and Robin, Haim, Anna Calvi and Billy Bragg.

Latitude's thrilled organisational team say: "As a musician who constantly challenges conventional boundaries and norms with his creativity, Damon Albarn is a perfect fit for such an innovative festival and now audiences will be delighted to see him appear for his first ever festival performance as a solo artist at Latitude 2014".

And with that, it's time to lift the lid on FLUUs just made to Slovakia's picturesque Pohoda fest, 2014's sold-out Southport Weekender, and the super-indie Lunar Festival...

LATITUDE, Henham Park Estate, Beccles, Suffolk, 17-20 Jul: Damon Albarn. www.latitudefestival.com

LUNAR FESTIVAL, Umberslade Estate, Warwickshire, 6-8 Jun: British Sea Power, Donovan, Tim Burgess, Toy, Arthur Brown, Lanterns On The Lake, Wide Eyed, The Exploding Sound Machine, Victories At Sea, Goodnight Lenin, Seeland, Ryley Walker, The Grafham Water Sailing Club, Pram, The Magic Band, T, Wizz Jones, John Renbourn, Mickey Greaney, Dirty Old Folkers, Christian Pattemore, Simon Fox, Tess Of The Circle, Tir Na Nog, Michael Chapman, Chris Tye, Horse Feathers, Josh Savage. lunarfestival.co.uk

POHODA FESTIVAL, Trencin, Slovakia, 10-12 Jul: Tricky, Mogwai, Fatoumata Diawara, Roberto Fonseca, Jambinai, A Tribe Called Red, Analogik, Oratnitza. www.pohodafestival.sk

SOUTHPORT WEEKENDER, Butlins Holiday Park, Minehead, Somerset, 9-11 May: Carl Cox, MK, Kerri Chandler, Seth Troxler, The Martinez Brothers, Tony Humphries, Terry Hunter, Derrick Carter, Djeff Afrozila, Sean McCabe, Phil Asher, The Basement Boys, Moodymann, Gilles Peterson, Osunlade, Motor City Drum Ensemble, Greg Wilson, Ben UFO, Alexander Nut , Floating Points, Tall Black Guy, Kev Beadle, Gavin Kendrick, Joey Negro, Kenny Dope, Andrew Ashong, Mr Scruff, Norman Jay, Paul 'Trouble' Anderson, Andy Davies, Bob Jeffries, Terry Jones, Jazzy Jeff, MistaJam, DJ Spinderella, David Rodigan, DJ EZ, DJ Spoony, Shortee Blitz, Ronnie Herel, Schooly, Steve Wren, Bigger, DJ Swerve, Mr Thing, DJ Diggz, JP, Martin, E Double D, Miguel Migs, Frankie Feliciano, Jimpster, Trevor Nelson, Vakula, Rainer Truby, Lay-Far, Neil Pierce, Souldynamic, Lil Stevie, Jonny Miller, Luis Radio, Mark Stone, Ben Brophy, Mucho Soul, DJ Spen, Rob Oxley, Peter Wharrier, Craig Bartlett, Paul Stuart. www.southportweekender.co.uk

David Cameron refuses to pay to see live music
David Cameron has told The Mail that he recently snuck into a performance by Swedish folk duo First Aid Kit at the Shepherds Bush Empire.

"There's quite a good way of sneaking in there", he said of the venue, possibly suggesting that he'd neither paid, nor cleared it with anyone. Presumably he broke a toilet window and climbed in.

"I've got into a bit of a countryish thing", he also said, which we're assuming is a comment on the state of the toilets.

 
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