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Wednesday 6 Aug 2014

 
TODAY'S TOP STORY: The record industry in Austria has called on five internet service providers in the country to block a number of file-sharing sites, including the old favourite The Pirate Bay, following a long running legal battle to block another copyright infringing site that actually went offline during the proceedings. As previously reported, movie companies Constantin Film and Wega took legal action against... [READ MORE]
 
TODAY'S APPROVED: Whilst they released their blink-and-miss 'Intro' mixtape (for the real first time) into a damp and rain-grey late-2013, London triplex Kero Kero Bonito are seizing their right to do it again (for the 'first' time this time) and will re-issue the EP in a much cuter summer universe via Double Denim on 25 Aug. And this week - in which approved 'Bipp' hit-striker Sophie's new A/B-side 'Lemonade'/'Hard'... [READ MORE]
TOP STORIES IFPI Austria calls for web-blocks citing European ruling
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LEGAL FACT forces another file-sharing site offline
Former Radio 1 DJ admits to 29 sexual abuse charges
Man arrested in relation to Fisherman's Friends deaths
Kid Rock denies ownership of dildo in Insane Clown Posse harassment case
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ENTERTAINMENT RETAIL Manchester HMV re-evaluates safety after "hundreds" locked out of Bars And Melody in-store appearance
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LIVE BUSINESS Resident Advisor launches face-value ticket resale service
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BRANDS & MERCH SFX to announce MasterCard partnership
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EDUCATION & EVENTS Hackney Picturehouse hosting inaugural music film showcase, Doc N Roll
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RELEASES XL Recordings releasing 25th anniversary comp
Marmozets confirm first LP
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AND FINALLY... Jake Bugg: Not a big fan of live music
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The Music Publishers Association (MPA) is seeking a General Manager at a time of transformational change, both within the organisation and the sphere in which its members operate. The changing patterns and methods of music consumption provide numerous opportunities but also significant challenges to the music industry and music publishers look to the MPA to take the lead in addressing the issues of the day and responding collectively.

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SHOGUN AUDIO - LABEL MANAGER (BRIGHTON)
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BUCKS MUSIC GROUP - LICENSING MANAGER (MATERNITY COVER - LONDON)
Maternity cover required for leading independent music publisher in W8. Bucks Music Group Limited is an international and independent music publisher, whose core business evolved from a strong 60s and 70s back catalogue of copyrights including classic songs 'A Whiter Shade Of Pale', 'First Time Ever I Saw Your Face', 'Space Oddity' and 'She' as well as much loved TV themes such as 'The Professionals' and 'Black Beauty'.

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[PIAS] UK is seeking a Production Coordinator to join its growing team based in its Bermondsey office. The role includes maintaining and archiving of production assets, co-ordination of production parts, processing of metadata and label copy and managing repertoire release schedules.

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IFPI Austria calls for web-blocks citing European ruling
The record industry in Austria has called on five internet service providers in the country to block a number of file-sharing sites, including the old favourite The Pirate Bay, following a long running legal battle to block another copyright infringing site that actually went offline during the proceedings.

As previously reported, movie companies Constantin Film and Wega took legal action against Austrian net firm UPC Telekabel Wien in a bid to force it to block its customers from accessing a movie website called Kino.to.

Web-blocking is being used by the copyright industries in an increasing number of countries in a bid to combat illegal file-sharing. In some jurisdictions, including the UK, the courts have relatively quickly ruled that such blocks are possible under existing copyright rules. In other places bespoke new laws or plenty of legal debate in the courts has been required.

In Austria, the case seeking a web-block against Kino.to even went to the European Courts Of Justice. But, as previously reported, that court concluded that web-blocks did not contravene European law, which was just as well for the record industries in other European Union jurisdictions that had already secured web blockades.

On the back of the rulings in the Kino.to case, IFPI Austria, acting for the country's record industry, has now written to five local ISPs demanding they start blocking access to sites including The Pirate Bay, Isohunt.to, 1337x and H33t.

The record industry trade group's Franz Medwenitsch told reporters: "The foundation for website-blocking in Austria was created following a four year process involving the European Court of Justice. These sites are all internationally known, structurally-infringing BitTorrent portals".

Web-blocking, of course, is not without its critics, who usually point out how easy it is to circumvent the blocks via Google. Though the content industries are working hard to try and persuade or force the big search engines to do their bit to uphold such blockades.

FACT forces another file-sharing site offline
The UK movie industry's Federation Against Copyright Theft has successfully forced another torrent sharing site offline, this time TorrentShack, with the operator of the file-sharing platform admitting that he has complied with orders from the anti-piracy group to close down his service in a bid to avoid costly legal action.

Web-blocking has, of course, become the more high profile tactic for the UK content industries trying to counter file-sharing operations online, with the legal action actually being taken against the internet service providers. However, where the operators of such services can be identified, and when they are based in the UK or a friendly jurisdiction, direct action against the piracy site may also be taken.

The operator of Torrentshack told TorrentFreak: "It seems once again that FACT have gone after the small site rather than those that make thousands each and every month in profit. I have been under investigation by FACT for some time it seems and to avoid being dragged through the courts and having huge legal fees I have to adhere to their demands".

He went on: "They have said that I need to hand them over the domain to this site and to cease my involvement with running such a site. If I comply then any and all charges against me will be dropped".

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Former Radio 1 DJ admits to 29 sexual abuse charges
One of Radio 1's original DJs, Chris Denning, has pleaded guilty to 29 charges of sexual offences against young boys, though he denied a further twelve.

Appearing at Southwark Crown Court yesterday, Denning admitted to 26 counts of indecent assault and three of indecency with a child. The offences, involving boys aged between nine and sixteen, took place between 1967 and 1984.

Arrested as part of Operation Yewtree in June last year, Denning will now face trial beginning on 24 Nov.

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Man arrested in relation to Fisherman's Friends deaths
A man has been arrested over the deaths of Fisherman's Friends singer Trevor Grills and the group's tour manager Paul McMullen. Both were killed last year after a metal door fell on them while the group waited to perform a show in Guildford.

The 55 year old man, from Bridgenorth, Shropshire, is being questioned by Surrey Police on suspicion of manslaughter by gross negligence.

As previously reported, McMullen died on-site at Guildford's G Live venue in February 2013, having been trapped and critically injured by the collapsed door in a loading bay at the site, which is owned by Guildford Borough Council. Meanwhile Grills was taken to St George's Hospital with head injuries and died two days later.

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Kid Rock denies ownership of dildo in Insane Clown Posse harassment case
Kid Rock, real name Robert Ritchie, has denied being in possession of a key piece of evidence in a sexual harassment case against Insane Clown Posse's Psychopathic Records. And he's not best pleased about the suggestion that he might have received the item, a glass dildo, as a gift from one of the defendants, who he says he has never met.

As previously reported, Rasor Law Firm, which is representing the plaintiff in the case, Andrea Pellegrini, put out a press release last month about the matter. The company said that it had subpoenaed Ritchie, after Psychopathic employee 'Dirty Dan' Diamond claimed to have given the rapper the sex toy after Pellegrini had refused it as a present. Diamond, apparently, claimed that the "phallic object" is "a work of art".

Ritchie was given fourteen days to respond. And boy did he. In letters to Rasor Law Firm's Jim Rasor and Jon Marko, and Diamond's lawyer Brian Koncius of Bogas, Koncius & Cronson, both now published on his website, the rapper explained in no uncertain terms that he had not got the item, had never had the item, and had never met the man who was supposed to have given it to him.

To Rasor and Marko, Ritchie wrote: "I'm told that you have issued a subpoena for a 'glass dildo' that was supposedly given to me. No idea what you're talking about, and I definitely don't have it. I've never heard of, seen, or met any people involved in this case. But I'm pretty sure you already know that. What I do know is that you've been dragging my name around in the media to gain attention for your sad ass excuse for a law firm. I don't care what you do when you finally catch up to the ambulances you chase, but I do care when you bring my name into it for no reason at all".

The rest of the letter was spent asking how the two lawyers would feel if "in a lawsuit that another crappy firm was handling, your names were brought up for no reason".

Positing a situation in which the two men "open the newspaper [and] there's a report from someone you've never heard of talking about how Jon Marko and Jim Rasor got caught molesting animals at a petting zoo while high on bath salts", he concluded: "Say you were people who aren't a blight on our planet - wouldn't you be pissed off that your name, for days on end, was being mentioned in the press when EVERYONE involved knew you weren't involved in any way? Welcome to my side of this story".

Moving on to Koncius, he wrote: "Even if it was the 'Rasor Law Firm' that sent a press release to the press, you have done nothing to clear up this blatant lie which makes you to blame too. It is obvious that all you assholes are using my name and notoriety to garner publicity for yourselves, which makes you the worst kind of scum. You're the types of lawyers that make America a worse place for everyone".

In a round about way, he went on to request that Koncius get his client to admit that the story was a fabrication, adding: "Your website says you represent people who are 'interested in doing the right thing'. I don't believe that, but prove me wrong".

Neither Rasor Law Firm nor Bogas, Koncius & Cronson returned requests for comment.

Manchester HMV re-evaluates safety after "hundreds" locked out of Bars And Melody in-store appearance
Management at the Arndale Centre branch of HMV in Manchester have been told to improve the organisation of their more popular in-store appearances, after "hundreds" of angry Bars And Melody fans were locked out of the shop last week.

According to the Manchester Evening News, the teen rap stars made famous by 'Britain's Got Talent' made an appearance at the store to sign copies of their debut single, 'Hopeful'. Entry was only granted to people who had bought a copy of the CD, but many arrived after the shop had sold out. With many fans barred from meeting the duo and growing increasingly angry, HMV staff apparently pulled down the shop's shutters and called the police.

Store manager Terry Doyle told the MEN that the store's capacity was a maximum of 600 people, and that 800 copies of the Bars And Melody single had been ordered in, which sold out on the morning of the event.

Following talks between the shopping centre and the shop, a spokesperson said: "HMV in conjunction with Manchester Arndale has thoroughly reviewed the organisation of events within the shopping centre and have made a number of recommendations for future events where similar levels of customer interest are identified. These include the distribution of in-store and online tickets or wristbands along with clearly communicated details of ticket availability".

They added: "The safety and welfare of all customers is a priority and all events will continue to be organised with this at the front of mind. Clearly there may always be disappointed fans when events are organised with extremely popular artists, and HMV will work to minimise this disappointment wherever possible."

It was just this sort of incident that really kicked off Justin Bieber's career, so that's something for Bars And Melody to be hopeful about (because their single is called, 'Hopeful', right?). Though no one on their management team got arrested. Better luck next maybe, eh?

Resident Advisor launches face-value ticket resale service
Resident Advisor has announced a new ticket resale function on its website. Ticketholders for sold out events can now effectively get a refund if they find they are unable to attend, but selling at face value to a new buyer.

Speaking to CMU, RA co-founder Nick Sabine explained the inspiration for setting up the resale function: "We've seen first-hand the negative impact an insecure secondary market can have on our industry. Fans are over-paying for tickets, often fakes, and touts are profiteering off the back of a promoter's hard work. The aim was to create a system for RA ticket buyers that eradicated this issue for sold out shows".

Under the new system, fans who wish to return their tickets can add them to a pool of tickets being resold. As tickets on the site often increase in price as the event draws nearer, the tickets will be sold at the final tier price. The amount the buyer paid will then be returned to them when the ticket is sold, while any additional revenue will be passed on to the promoter.

And so far it seems to be working well, says Sabine: "Generally speaking the response has been hugely favourable from both fans and promoters, which is exactly what we had hoped. We've had the system running for a couple of specific events over the past week and have seen it working. For one event this week, tickets were being added to the resale queue and reselling within minutes".

He added that he hopes that this move by Resident Advisor will prompt other ticket sellers to follow suit and make it easier to get a refund on tickets for sell out events, thus removing one of the excuses for the secondary ticketing market existing.

Though he conceded that there might be a long road ahead to convince the industry at large: "If this initiative sparks an adjustment in approach across the board, that would be a great outcome for our industry. However, as some of the major ticketing outlets have commercial interests in the secondary market, they don't have as much incentive to create a fan-to-fan exchange that offers re-sold tickets guaranteed at face value".

Further details on how to resell tickets purchased through Resident Advisor are available here.

SFX to announce MasterCard partnership
MasterCard is set to become the "exclusive financial services sponsor" of EDM giant SFX, because you can't have a rave without an exclusive financial services sponsor.

According to Billboard, details of the multi-year partnership between the credit card brand and the dance music festival maker is expected to be confirmed later today.

It is thought the tie-up will go live as soon as next month, with MasterCard's branding Pritt Sticked on pretty much every SFX event and platform by next year. Let's just hope they celebrate with another award winning social media and PR campaign.

Hackney Picturehouse hosting inaugural music film showcase, Doc N Roll
The first ever Doc N Roll Festival, a slideshow of rock-themed film screenings of a documentary-like ilk, is taking place at London's Hackney Picturehouse on 25-28 Sep, so... stand by.

Confirmed to show over the four-day programme (so far) are films like new release 'Looking For Johnny', which looks at the life of late New York Dolls/Heartbreakers guitarist Johnny Thunders, who died in 1991 aged 38.

Also on the listings is a strand glancing back over the work of Brit director Julien Temple, featuring screenings of his films 'Joe Strummer: The Future Is Unwritten'; 'London: The Modern Babylon', an all-star chronicle of 100 years of cultural upheaval in the capital; and Dr Feelgood story 'Oil City Confidential', which will be followed by a Q&A with Temple, and a preview of his forthcoming film on one-time Dr Feelgood-doer Wilko Johnson.

Tying off this initial phase of the festival's listings (which will be finalised in early September) is the London premiere of 'A Band Called Death' Mark Christopher Covino and Jeff Howlet's doc on 1970s rock trio Death, who are oft-hailed as the first black punk band.

Get details on and tickets to any/all of the screenings here.

  Approved: Kero Kero Bonito
Whilst they released their blink-and-miss 'Intro' mixtape (for the real first time) into a damp and rain-grey late-2013, London triplex Kero Kero Bonito are seizing their right to do it again (for the 'first' time this time) and will re-issue the EP in a much cuter summer universe via Double Denim on 25 Aug.

And this week - in which approved 'Bipp' hit-striker Sophie's new A/B-side 'Lemonade'/'Hard' is the sugary single on all the boys and girls' lips - seems like the right time for KKB to slip in this refresher hint of their like-mindedly wink-wink kawaii stylings, which shine most blindingly bright on anti-'girly' poster hit 'Sick Beat', and the band's self-hyping new single 'Kero Kero Bonito'. J-pop snobs, look away now.

Kero Kero Bonito divide a live bill at London's Power Lunches (on 16 Aug) with Micachu, Spinee and friends. Get tickets to go see them here.
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XL Recordings releasing 25th anniversary comp
XL Recordings has officially confirmed it'll take your brain to another dimension via 'Pay Close Attention', a 33-track compilation celebrating the label's 25th anniversary.

A representation of XL's elastic stylistic leanings over the years, the LP is essentially a timeline of hits by past and present signed acts, split into two discs. The first highlights the label's "still-growing roots, underground music made for DJs" - lifting off with SL2, Basement Jaxx and, obvs, The Prodigy, and moving on to the likes of Various Production, later grime affiliates Wiley and Dizzee, and finally giving space to SBTRKT and Jamie xx.

The other disc is a mix of songs with not a lot in common apart from the fact that all the artists did/are still doing good things on XL. Basically, there's Radiohead, Gil Scott-Heron, Bobby Womack, The White Stripes, Peaches, Ratatat, The Prodigy (again), and relative XL freshers Adele, The xx, Vampire Weekend, Jai Paul, Sampha, King Krule and Tyler, The Creator.

"There is no unifying genre", explains XL boss Richard Russell, adding: "Hopefully the thread of originality is evident though".

'Pay Close Attention' will be released on 25 Aug; physically, digitally, and as a four-LP vinyl giftbox. All the info is available via this specially-created site, which features a series of interlinking timelines of all the artists on the compilation, and parallel to that a bank of live clips and interviews, both new and less new.

You can also make audio and visual playlists as you surf the site with a custom player thing. Just go and have a look, but only once you've heard more from Richard Russell, who says: "XL Recordings is a collaborative endeavour, and many people have contributed to its evolution. In the song 'Out Of Space', Liam Howlett of The Prodigy provided a blueprint when he sampled Kool Keith of Ultramagnetic MCs rapping these words: 'Pay close attention'. And whilst XL has never had any outside ownership, Gil Scott-Heron advised me not to even consider XL an 'independent', because everything is connected".

And signing off, RR finally adds: "The rave music XL first became known for was known as 'hardcore'; that spirit continues. To show our appreciation for your support, thank you DJs. And thank you also to the retailers, writers, and, of course, ravers".

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Marmozets confirm first LP
Ascendant thrash pop band Marmozets - that's MacIntyre siblings Becca, Sam and Josh, and Bottomley bros Jack and Will - have this week set 29 Sep as the date on which they'll release their first LP, 'The Weird And Wonderful Marmozets'.

"The only way you're going to go up is to keep training yourselves, both individually and as a band", says guitarist Sam of his and Marmozets' stance on 'making it'. "We haven't come from out of nowhere, we're not messing about: this is our lives".

That it is/are. As well as their training, and the LP, and that series of shows they are co-headlining with Lonely The Brave in October, Sam et al have a new single to release in 'Born Young And Free', which they first previewed last year. Hear that early take, and view a trailer for 'The Weird And Wonderful Mamozets', here.

Jake Bugg: Not a big fan of live music
Back around Glastonbury time, notoriously chirpy chappy Jake Bugg was banging on about how much he dislikes festivals. 'Fair enough', you probably thought to yourself. 'I'll give young Jake the benefit of the doubt on this one. Festivals aren't for everyone. And, to be honest, they're not always the right setting to experience live music at its best'. Though it turns out he's not much into live music at all, so that's your theory right out of the window.

In his latest interview with the NME, Bugg admits that he has only been to seven gigs in his life, including shows headlined by Kings Of Leon and The Stone Roses. His argument, is that he'd rather focus on his own live performances and not be influenced by what other people are doing.

"I think as a performer [watching other bands] messes with your head a bit. You think, 'What are they doing that I'm not doing?' when you should just get on with what you do".

There is possibly a certain logic in that, but I'm not sure anyone would say Bugg's exactly let his imagination run riot when it comes to performing live. Maybe it was a mistake to go and see Kings Of Leon.

 
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