An UnLimited Media Bulletin
Thursday 14 Aug 2014

 
TODAY'S TOP STORY: So, 24 hours away from what would have been its scheduled start time, the fallout from ATP's cancelled Jabberwocky festival continues. As previously reported, independent promoter ATP announced on Tuesday that the two day event in London, due to begin tomorrow, would not go ahead, due to "healthy" but fatally low ticket sales. Those with tickets were told to seek refunds at the outlet from... [READ MORE]
 
TODAY'S APPROVED: Formed five years ago production trio Dark Sky have remixed the likes of The xx, Maya Jane Coles, Bombay Bicycle Club and Kelis and have released original material through 50Weapons, Black Acre, Tectonic, Pictures Music and Ninja Tune. Their debut album, 'Imagin', may surprise a little, veering away from twelve-inch bangers it leans more on the guest vocals peppered throughout its ten tracks... [READ MORE]
TOP STORIES ATP puts refund responsibility on Dash, Pitchfork clarifies Jabberwocky involvement
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LEGAL Drag-racing Bieber fined and sent to anger management class
Major labels' copyright case against Russian social network vKontakte gets go ahead
Danzig's Misfits merch lawsuit thrown out
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LABELS & PUBLISHERS IFPI confirms discussions on global release day ongoing, Friday looking likely
DJ Shadow starts label Liquid Amber, releases EP
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DIGITAL & D2F SERVICES Spotify partners with BandPage, returns to Shazam apps
Neil Young launches new Pono crowdfunding campaign
Michael Jackson premieres new video on Twitter
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RELEASES Foo Fighters detail all-American LP
Bass Drum Of Death releasing "deeper and heavier" LP
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GIGS & FESTIVALS Karen O confirms solo shows, listening parties
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AND FINALLY... Jarvis Cocker "kind of disturbed" by nine year old's "incredible" Pulp karaoke performance
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MUSIC PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION - OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR (LONDON)
The Music Publishers Association (MPA) is seeking an Office Administrator to join it's small team which works to support music publishers and the business of music publishing throughout the UK. The Office Administrator will be responsible for the smooth running of a busy office including managing suppliers, troubleshooting IT problems, administering room bookings and processing invoices. There are also a number of agreements and licences to administer in conjunction with the General Manager.

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NOBLE PR - PR EXECUTIVE (LONDON)
A rare opening for a bright and enthusiastic PR executive has come-up at Noble PR Consultancy, one of the UK's leading entertainment PR agencies. Specialising predominantly in music and film, alongside other arts/ents-related projects, this is unique opportunity for the right candidate to become an integral part of the Noble operation.

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MAMA & COMPANY - E-MARKETING CO-ORDINATOR (LONDON)
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MUSIC PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION - GENERAL MANAGER (LONDON)
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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ATP puts refund responsibility on Dash, Pitchfork clarifies Jabberwocky involvement
So, 24 hours away from what would have been its scheduled start time, the fallout from ATP's cancelled Jabberwocky festival continues.

As previously reported, independent promoter ATP announced on Tuesday that the two day event in London, due to begin tomorrow, would not go ahead, due to "healthy" but fatally low ticket sales. Those with tickets were told to seek refunds at the outlet from which they purchased them - and for many this will be lead ticketing partner Dash Tickets.

Dash was not impressed by this instruction however, putting out a statement of its own yesterday pointing out that its terms of sale say that responsibility for refunds lies with the promoter of the event. It also added that all money from sales had already been passed on to ATP.

Saying that it was considering legal action, the ticketing firm told ticket buyer in a statement on Tuesday: "Our trust in ATP seems to have been misplaced, as their emails to fans and customers today concerning refunds have become deliberately misleading. It is for this reason that we feel compelled to make it clear that Dash has given to ATP all funds that Dash received for ticket sales to Jabberwocky. In addition to giving ATP all the ticketing funds, Dash has made substantial advances to ATP which remain unpaid, as do considerable fees for the work we have undertaken on their behalf".

The company later added: "To be clear about our service to ATP and yourselves, we have not been acting as a traditional 'ticketing agent', but have simply provided online software as a service exclusively to ATP in the UK. ATP has used our software to setup the Jabberwocky event and sell their tickets. This is why the T&Cs went to lengths to alert everyone that ATP holds the funds on all sales and that refunds can only be actioned through ATP".

However, yesterday ATP again refuted that it had any responsibility for any refunds. In a new update to ticketholders yesterday, the promoter said: "For the vast majority of people, Dash Tickets will be their point of purchase. It is their responsibility to refund the customer, as they were the company that took payments; not ATP. And if Dash are not being helpful facilitating this matter, your next point of contact should be directly with your bank or card provider to order a chargeback of your purchase amount".

There has also been further confusion over the involvement of other partners on the event. Jabberwocky was billed as being presented jointly by ATP, Pitchfork and Primavera. However, ATP's original cancellation statement did not mention either of these partners, and both merely re-posted that announcement without reference to their own involvement either - Pitchfork as a news story and Primavera as an update on its website without context.

Although Pitchfork did not respond to direct requests for clarification on its role in organising the festival, it yesterday posted one on its website, stating: "Pitchfork worked alongside All Tomorrow's Parties and Primavera Sound to curate Jabberwocky, helping to choose which artists would play. We did not have any financial involvement in the festival, in terms of either providing funding ourselves, managing how the money was spent, or receiving any portion of the event proceeds".

It continued: "Apart from recommending artists, we were not involved with decision-making concerning the event. Our sales team did assist in trying to find sponsorship for the festival, but the sponsors that ultimately signed on didn't come through Pitchfork's channels".

Representatives for Primavera also did not return requests for information, though it's thought that its involvement in Jabberwocky was similarly more about prestige than financial backing.

In other news, since yesterday, yet more artists from the Jabberwocky line-up have found gigs at new venues. Full details on the rescheduled shows here.

Drag-racing Bieber fined and sent to anger management class
Young Justin Bieber's drag-racing fate has been sealed, legally speaking, as Canada's baddest showbiz child (or more his lawyers) reached a plea deal over charges stemming from that street racing incident earlier this year.

As previously reported, Biebs was arrested near Miami Beach back in January and later charged with - deep breath - driving under the influence of alcohol, marijuana and prescription drugs, resisting arrest and driving with an expired licence.

But, according to Reuters, the pop boy has agreed to plead guilty to lesser charges of careless driving and making a civil infraction, and to the misdemeanour of resisting an officer without violence, in return for prosecutors dropping the more serious DUI charge. As part of the deal JB will attend an intensive anger management class, watch online videos in which tragic DUI cases are profiled, and also will donate $50,000 to a children's charity.

There were also stern words from the judge. Highlighting the glarin, 'Spiderman'-style fact that with Bieber's great pop profile comes great responsibility, Miami-Dade Circuit Judge William Altfield said that: "While this is a case that involved driving under the influence, [Bieber] needs to be cognisant of the fact that there are many young persons who are living under the influence, and he is the influence".

He added: "Here is someone who is young, his whole life is ahead of him. He just hopefully will get the message, he will grow up, he will use all of his talents positively for younger persons".

Speaking for Bieber's legal team, a sympathetic rep said: "We'll turn this into a positive experience ... and we'll make sure this becomes a positive experience for everyone".

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Major labels' copyright case against Russian social network vKontakte gets go ahead
Legal claims from the three major labels against Russian social network vKontakte will be heard by a court in the country next month, it has been announced.

As previously reported, Sony, Universal and Warner all filed separate copyright infringement lawsuits in the Saint Petersburg & Leningrad Region Arbitration Court in April, with Russian music industry trade group NFMI and global record industry reps IFPI both backing the action. vKontakte is accused of ignoring and encouraging the rampant distribution of unlicensed music over its networks.

Although vKontakte has since made some moves towards better protecting copyrighted material being shared on its system, the majors have continued to forge ahead with their claims. At a hearing earlier this week, a judge consolidated the three actions into one, and ruled that the case could go ahead.

Speaking to the BBC, IFPI boss Frances Moore said: "VK hurt competitors because they are not paying anyone for anything - you cannot compete with that".

The hearing is due to commence on 8 Sep.

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Danzig's Misfits merch lawsuit thrown out
A judge has thrown out Glenn Danzig's legal claim that he is owed money on merchandising deals done by former Misfits bandmate Jerry Only.

As previously reported, Danzig argued that Only had locked him out of merch deals, denying him money he was due and breaching a 1994 agreement between band members on how ownership of the band's trademarks should be shared.

However, according to Re-Tox, when the case came to court earlier this month, a judge pointed out that in his claim Danzig had failed to say which specific terms of the 1990s agreement had been breached. He also noted that the terms of that contract granted each band member the right to exploit Misfits trademarks individually, and states that no money earned on any such deals has to be shared with any other members.

Billboard reports that in his ruling, the judge said: "The terms of the [1994] provision do not address any obligation regarding trademark registration or negotiations with individual retail merchandisers. Moreover, in reviewing the other provisions contained in the 1994 agreement, the court also finds no other terms that govern the parties' conduct as it pertains to trademarking and licensing".

Danzig may still re-submit his complaint.

IFPI confirms discussions on global release day ongoing, Friday looking likely
Following the rumours earlier this week that the record industry was considering a consistent street day worldwide, so that new releases would go on sale on the same day of the week in every country, the International Federation Of The Phonographic Industry has confirmed that such a conversation is indeed ongoing.

As previously reported, many believe that in the digital age having different release days around the world is counter-productive, and moves are afoot to move new releases worldwide to Friday. Which would be quite a difference for the UK, where new releases generally go on sale on a Monday.

The IFPI said this morning: "A new global release day will allow all fans to access new music on the same day, creating new communities, engagement and excitement about music launches and allowing artists to plan and think big. A band will be able to tell all their fans, wherever they are around the world, that their album is out on one day".

Confirming that discussions within the industry had been productive so far, the trade group added: "The positive dialogue with organisations representing artists, chart compilers, digital services, independent record labels and physical format retailers is about a proposal that would see albums and singles released on Fridays at 00:01 local time around the world from next summer. This proposal would benefit consumers as they will know that wherever they are in the world they can get hold of new releases from Fridays at 00:01. If a new album or single is being released on a global basis, consumers won't have to wait after first release to obtain it from a licensed service in their country".

Meanwhile, IFPI chief Frances Moore told CMU: "Moving to a global release day will help to rekindle excitement around launching new music, allowing for truly global campaigns, bringing fans around the world closer than ever to their favourite artists. That is why IFPI supports a global release day".

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DJ Shadow starts label Liquid Amber, releases EP
The man, the myth and in fact the DJ - DJ Shadow - has started a label named Liquid Amber, and with the label launch comes the inevitable drip-drip of releases, the first being an EP titled - guess what! - 'Liquid Amber'.

It has three tracks to it: Shads' 'Ghost Town' and 'Mob', and a Machinedrum mix of his 2002 track 'Six Days'.

You can hear all three bits of it now, because here are all three bits of it.

Spotify partners with BandPage, returns to Shazam apps
Spotify has announced a new partnership with BandPage. The deal will allow artists utilising BandPage's platform to sell stuff through the streaming service.

As previously reported, merch sellthrough went live on Spotify for all artists in January, having been initially launched as Led Zeppelin arrived on the platform in December. Artists could add merch store links onto their Spotify profiles via Topspin's ArtistLink service. Though it seemed likely that this exclusive partnership would be broken after Topspin was bought by rival streaming service Beats Music in March.

BandPage revealed its Spotify partnership in a blog post yesterday, telling artists: "As new music services have exploded on the scene, millions of fans are spending more and more of their time there. These new platforms have rapidly become the most significant and important places to engage and sell to your fans. Today, we take a great step forward in helping you do that by launching our partnership with Spotify, the world's largest subscription streaming music service. Through this partnership, musicians can now sell directly to their fans when they listen to their music on Spotify".

Spotify added via its Spotify Artists website: "With the new BandPage integration, we're taking things further! Now, in addition to traditional merchandise like t-shirts, vinyl and posters, you can offer your fans 'experiences'. Experiences are things like private online concerts, meet and greets, song collaborations or anything you think your fans will enjoy".

Amongst the first artists to use BandPage's direct selling functions are Arianna Grande, who is giving fans who pre-order her new album via her Spotify profile access to an exclusive online performance, and Miranda Lambert, who is offering an "exclusive koozie and t-shirt bundle". I just had to look up what a koozie is. It seemed a lot more exciting before I knew, FYI.

As with ArtistLink, Spotify will take no commission on anything sold via its software, and BandPage accounts are free for artists to set up. To get started, go to spotify.bandpage.com

In other Spotify news, Shazam has restored Spotify playback to its mobile apps in Germany, Mexico, Brazil and the UK, having swapped it for Deezer back in May. A spokesperson for the streaming service confirmed the news to The Next Web, with Spotify now sitting alongside Deezer and Rdio as the music identification app's streaming partners.

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Neil Young launches new Pono crowdfunding campaign
Despite having raised $6.2 million on Kickstarter earlier this year, almost eight times the amount it was looking for, Neil Young's PonoMusic is now seeking a further $2.5 million in a new crowdfunding campaign.

It was all a bit of fun, back when it was just Neil Young fans handing out a bit of cash in order to get off the ground a thing they could pretend sounded even slightly different to any other digital music player on the market. But with those emperor's clothes well and truly torn off his back, Young is now offering actual equity in the company, via Crowdfunder.

And it's working, too. Pono has already raised almost $1.5 million of its target, with the digital music company claiming a valuation of $50 million. Even though based on that original Kickstarter campaign, it only has a market of 18,220 customers.

The new fund-raising campaign ends on 1 Sep, with a minimum investment of $5000 per backer. So that's $5000 you'll probably never see again. At least if you put a few hundred dollars in with the Kickstarter campaign you'll get in return a useless piece of plastic that you can throw at a car, or something.

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Michael Jackson premieres new video on Twitter
The video for Michael Jackson's new single, 'A Place With No Name', has become the first ever music video to premiere on Twitter. I can't decide if this is an achievement or not. Probably not, huh? Oh well, I've written this much, I might as well carry on.

This crowning super-achievement makes use of Twitter's video advertising option, which went fully live earlier this week, following several months of testing. The track itself is taken from Jackson's second posthumous (he's dead, yes) album, 'Xscape', which came out in May.

Just in case you weren't up at 3am this morning to check the video out the moment it went live, you can have a little watch of it here and bathe in the awesome power of videos that have been tweeted but aren't sourced from a separate website.

What an achievement.

  Approved: Dark Sky
Formed five years ago production trio Dark Sky have remixed the likes of The xx, Maya Jane Coles, Bombay Bicycle Club and Kelis and have released original material through 50Weapons, Black Acre, Tectonic, Pictures Music and Ninja Tune.

Their debut album, 'Imagin', may surprise a little, veering away from twelve-inch bangers it leans more on the guest vocals peppered throughout its ten tracks.

Amongst them, Grey Reverend provides a haunting delivery on 'Silent Fall', while approved solo artist Cornelia adds vocals on three tracks, 'Nothing Changes', 'Vivid' and the rather lush album highlight 'Purple Clouds'. At times her performances are reminiscent of Louise Rhodes' vocal output with Lamb - starting slowly, until a sterling beatsy backdrop appears.

A good mixed bag, thoughtfully created and nicely pulled off. These Londoners are ones to watch, and prove they have definitively more than one string to their bow.

Listen to the previously mentioned 'Silent Fall' here.
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Foo Fighters detail all-American LP
Who's for some more info on the latest LP from primetime rock's main (martial) artists, the Foo Fighters? Anyone?

Written like a "love letter" to America's wide-ranging rock n roll legacy, 'Sonic Highways' was laid to tape at various iconic studios in various iconic cities.

And, as will be represented in a new eight-bit 'making of' TV miniseries, the band collaborated with various iconic artists, like the likes of Public Enemy's Chuck D, the Eagles' Joe Walsh, Heart's Nancy Wilson, Rick Nielsen of Cheap Trick, Kiss man Paul Stanley and Butthole Surfers' Gibby Haynes. The series is premiering via HBO in the States on 17 Oct (and perhaps here later). The LP, meanwhile, will be available on 10 Nov.

This is what Dave Grohl has to say on the whole: "This album is instantly recognisable as a Foo Fighters record, but there's something deeper and more musical to it. I think that these cities and these people influenced us to stretch out and explore new territory, without losing our sound".

Still lacking a first-listen to share of that 'sound', this instead is a tracklist:

Something From Nothing
The Feast and The Famine
Congregation
What Did I Do?/God As My Witness
Outside
In The Clear
Subterranean
I Am A Rivet

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Bass Drum Of Death releasing "deeper and heavier" LP
Gird your loins, please, because John Barrett is going to release a "deeper and heavier" new LP as his approved Bass Drum Of Death alias.

With Unknown Mortal Orchestra bassist Jacob Portrait on-side producing, the enticingly-titled 'Rip This' shall be released via LA's Innovative Leisure label on 6 Oct

"I'm coming round and I'm out for blood", seethes Barrett (this is on a featured track off the LP, not in real life), so that's a nice snapshot of what's going on in his BDoD world.

This is the quite riff-y 'Left For Dead'.

Karen O confirms solo shows, listening parties
Karen O has this week confirmed a veritable bean feast of new headline solo shows, this behind her flirtatious first solo record 'Crush Songs', which is actually full of old songs dating back to 2006/7, and coming forth on 8 Sep. She plays London's super-'intimate' (which I guess it is relative to her) Bush Hall on 4 AND 5 Oct.

Karen says: "I'm very pleased to announce that I'll be performing 'Crush Songs' to some very intimate audiences. If you're in the mood for love please come join my crush odyssey at these limited engagements. I apologise in advance that these shows are so few but I guess that makes them all the more special if you can make it SO don't miss out! LUV KO".

O is also, on 27 Aug, collaborating with 'the world's largest live music discovery company' Sofar Sounds to host the most private listening parties of all time, at which 'Crush Songs' will be played on vinyl for an audience of invited fans. I don't think she'll attend all/any of the parties, though just in case, the UK ones are in Brighton, Manchester, London and Glasgow. Apply to make it to the parties here.

And to play us out, this is Karen O's 'Crush Songs' single 'Rapt'.

Jarvis Cocker "kind of disturbed" by nine year old's "incredible" Pulp karaoke performance
Hey, so as part of a screening of Pulp documentary 'A Film About Life, Death And Supermarkets' in New York last week, Jarvis Cocker and director Florian Habicht judged a karaoke competition. It was won by a nine year old singing the band's 1998 porn-themed classic 'This Is Hardcore'.

I'm not sure what the other performances were like, but Habicht has posted footage of Graham Johnson's winning performance and it's hard to see how you could give the prize to anyone else.

Cocker told Johnson: "I have to say, that is one of the most incredible things I have ever witnessed. In some ways I was kind of disturbed by it, but I think the way that you sang the song was amazing. And I think you have got a really great voice. I will not forget that ever".

And now here, via the NME, is the footage of that performance.

 
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