TUESDAY 2 DECEMBER 2014
TODAY'S TOP STORY: MegaUpload founder Kim Dotcom will not have his bail revoked despite efforts by New Zealand prosecutors backed by the US authorities, which are seeking to have the often controversial entrepreneur extradited to America to face charges of money laundering and copyright infringement in relation to his former business. As previously reported, it emerged last month that prosecutors were... [READ MORE]
 
TODAY'S APPROVED: Óscar Silva released his debut EP as Jibóia last year, an almost entirely instrumental mesh of drum machines and psychedelic guitars. The standout moment from that EP was the final track, which featured the addition of vocals from Ana Miró (aka approved electro act Sequin), who helped lift everything to another level. And so it's good news all round that on his second EP... [READ MORE]
TOP STORIES MegaUpload founder to remain on bail
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LEGAL AARC sues Chrysler over private copy levy dispute
Phil Rudd pleads not guilty to threatening to kill and drugs charges
Cannibal Corpse face Russian ban
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MANAGEMENT & FUNDING Producer managers ally as THREEE
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ARTIST NEWS Sheeran shifts a shit load of records, official
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RELEASES PJ Harvey releasing poetry book
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GIGS & FESTIVALS Queen and Adam Lambert to play big Big Ben-adjacent NYE party
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AWARDS UK Festival Awards given out
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ONE LINERS Meghan Trainor, Novelist & Mumdance, THEESatisfaction and maybe some more
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AND FINALLY... Gogglebox's Noel Gallagher has apparently done other things of note too
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MegaUpload founder to remain on bail
MegaUpload founder Kim Dotcom will not have his bail revoked despite efforts by New Zealand prosecutors backed by the US authorities, which are seeking to have the often controversial entrepreneur extradited to America to face charges of money laundering and copyright infringement in relation to his former business.

As previously reported, it emerged last month that prosecutors were moving to have Dotcom's bail revoked amidst allegations he had breached bail terms and was hiding monies that likely originated from the MegaUpload business, the assets of which were meant to have been seized in 2012.

But Dotcom argued that the US authorities were simply kicking up a fuss now because they knew he'd had to let his main New Zealand legal reps go because he could no longer afford to pay their bills, and therefore there was a better chance of getting him back behind bars, which the Americans had wanted ever since his original arrest. He pointed out that some of the alleged bail term breaches - which he denied anyway - actually occurred back in 2012.

As for all the money Dotcom has been spending, he claims that this mainly stemmed from selling his shares in the two companies he's established since MegaUpload was shutdown, newer file-transfer set up Mega and direct-to-fan platform Baboom.

Dotcom says his post-MegaUpload business ventures brought in about $40 million, a quarter of which went on legal fees, and about $4.5 million of which has been spent on his not especially successful political endeavours. He also noted that well over a million was spent on developing and releasing his album 'Good Times' because "it's a pricey endeavour to record a music album", ironically an admission that would be welcomed by the record labels who are currently suing Dotcom over the copyright infringement MegaUpload enabled.

The judge hearing the case, Nevin Dawson, having seemingly rejected the claims of bail term breaches, mused with regards Dotcom's wealth that - while the Mega founder hadn't been able to account for all his monies - he'd clearly had access to significant funds at various points since his arrest in 2012 and yet there was no evidence he had ever attempted to flee New Zealand. Indeed he'd spent ten million defending himself through official channels. And he'd made no apparent effort to flee even when he faced losing his bail.

Therefore, said Nevin, it didn't seem credible to classify Dotcom as a flee risk defendant. Or, in Dotcom's lawyer's words, according to Stuff, "he's had funds available, he's still here, and there's no evidence of any intention to flee our jurisdiction". Dawson seemed to concur.

The judge did keep in place some of the new conditions added to Dotcom's bail last month, including banning him for travelling privately by helicopter or sea, plus he must report twice weekly to his local police station. But other than that, Dotcom will remain outside jail while he continues to wait for his extradition hearing.

Outside court Dotcom accused the US and New Zealand prosecutors of "harassment and bullying", adding that their attempts to have his bail revoked had been "misleading and malicious". He concluded by saying: "I'm now going home to play with my kids".

AARC sues Chrysler over private copy levy dispute
America's Alliance Of Artists And Recording Companies has added the US's other big car maker, FIAT-owned Chrysler, to its target list in the dispute over whether or not 'copying levies' need to be paid when hard disks are put into vehicles onto which music can be copied.

As previously reported, the AARC exists to collect, distribute and administer royalties generated by the copying levies that are applied in some jurisdictions on products that allow users to make copies of copyright works. In the US those levies mainly stem from the Audio Home Recording Act, though the reach of that act was limited in the late 1990s when a court ruled that the copying levy did not apply to MP3 players, because people could copy content other than music onto those devices.

Nevertheless, the AARC is arguing that the levy should apply to the hard disks put in vehicles that pump out content via in-car entertainment systems, and it has already sued Ford and General Motors on this point. And now Chrysler has received legal papers relating to its UConnect (previously MyGig) in-car entertainment platform. The AARC says litigation was necessary after direct negotiations failed.

But Chrysler, like Ford and GM, reckons that the aforementioned MP3 player case sets a precedent in its favour regarding whether or not the Audio Home Recording Act applies to the hard disks the company put in its cars. A spokesman for the car maker told Automotive News that the company "believes the lawsuit is without merit and intends to vigorously defend against it".

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Phil Rudd pleads not guilty to threatening to kill and drugs charges
AC/DC's (ex?) drummer Phil Rudd entered a not-guilty plea earlier today regarding the charges of threatening to kill and possession of methamphetamine and cannabis.

As previously reported, last week the High Court in New Zealand passed the case against Rudd down the line to the District Court in Tauranga after the more serious of the charges made against the drummer, relating to allegations he had attempted to hire a hitman, were dropped by prosecutors.

It was the lesser charges to which Rudd pleaded not-guilty yesterday. He will now likely face trial next year, with the 'threatening to kill' crime carrying a possible seven year jail sentence if he should be found guilty.

Those of you looking forward to hearing about Rudd's latest court-side antics - last week he reportedly gave photographers the finger, jumped on his security guard's back and nearly reversed his Porsche into an oncoming a lorry - will be disappointed to hear that today the drummer sent a legal rep to deliver his not-guilty plea on his behalf.

As also previously reported, Rudd's status as a member of AC/DC is currently unclear, though relations between the drummer and the rest of the group were already clearly strained before his arrest, and they are currently proceeding with their touring plans without him.

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Cannibal Corpse face Russian ban
After a number of shows on Cannibal Corpse's recent Russian tour were cancelled by local authorities, shortly before or, in one case, during their performance, one of the cities that took against the US death metal band has now banned all of their album artwork and translations of their lyrics.

A district court in the city of Ufa last week ruled in favour of a complaint brought by the Prosecutor's Office of Bashkortostan on the grounds that, according to news agency Rapsi: "Lyrics by the band Cannibal Corpse could damage the mental health of children because they contain descriptions of violence, the physical and mental abuse of people and animals, murder and suicide - all accompanied by illustrations".

Several shows on the band's tour of Russia earlier this year were pulled by the authorities, though none on the grounds cited in the lawsuit. In a statement at the time, the band said: "In Ufa the power was turned off shortly before the show (we were told because the venue was late on rent), and in Moscow and St Petersburg we were told that we did not have the correct visas and that if we attempted to perform the concert would be stopped by police and we would be detained and deported (prior to the tour we had been told that we did have the correct visas and that all of our paperwork was in order)".

They went on: "Our show in Nizhny Novgorod also had problems. In that city we performed half of our set before being stopped by police. We were told the police needed to search the venue for drugs and that the show had to be terminated".

Formed in 1988, Cannibal Corpse released their debut single, 'Hammer Smashed Face', in 1993 - the song gaining a boost in awareness after they performed it in comedy film 'Ace Ventura: Pet Detective'. The band, as that title would suggest, have always been controversial, though have always defended their music as art. They released their thirteenth album, 'A Skeletal Domain', in September - a record featuring some of their least graphic artwork and song titles of their career.

The band said in their earlier statement: "We have played in Russia many times and we love our Russian fans. Hopefully someday the situation for us in Russia will be different and we will be able to return".

Producer managers ally as THREEE
Producer managers Erik Eger and Paul Adams, of Erik Eger Entertainment and Bang The Drum respectively, have announced a new alliance which will bring both their management rosters together under one brand, THREEE, which will have offices in LA and New York.

Confirming the new partnership, originally Manchester-based Adams, who has worked out of New York since 2001, told reporters: "Erik and I have been friends for over a decade and often talked of working together. The timing was never right, until it was".

Eger, who will run the LA end of the combined operation, added: "A carefully curated collection of talent is fundamental to my business. Paul has always shared that philosophy and it's with excitement that we will combine our efforts to push forward the careers of the producers, writers and mixers that we now jointly manage".

Amongst the talent the new firm will work with are Brendan Benson, Dan Carey, Ajay Bhattacharyya and Sly & Robbie.

  Approved: Jibóia
Óscar Silva released his debut EP as Jibóia last year, an almost entirely instrumental mesh of drum machines and psychedelic guitars. The standout moment from that EP was the final track, which featured the addition of vocals from Ana Miró (aka approved electro act Sequin), who helped lift everything to another level. And so it's good news all round that on his second EP, 'Badlav', Silva has brought Miró in on the whole thing.

Released jointly by Lovers & Lollypops and Shit Music For Shit People last month, each of the four tracks on 'Badlav' represents one of the four ages of mankind in Hinduism. So that's 4.32 million years condensed into 24 minutes, which is pretty good going. And indeed, they waste no time in slamming everything they've got into each track, before pulling it back and pushing it a bit harder, as shown on 'Treta Yuga' and 'Dvapara Yuga'.
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Sheeran shifts a shit load of records, official
So it's official, Ed Sheeran has sold more than a million copies of 'X' (that's 'Multiply' remember) here in the UK, making him the first artist to sell over a million units of an album within one calendar year since that Emeli Sande in 2012. And Ed's "fuckin buzzin" about the news. Yep, that's his official response.

Which is all you need to know really. But oh look, and bunch of other chancers have gatecrashed the party insisting they contribute a quote.

First there's Ben Cook, President of Sheeran's label Atlantic Records UK, who wants his moment of glory, musing out loud: "Ed is a phenomenal artist at the top of his game and his album reaching this impressive milestone so quickly only serves to underline that. 'X' is Ed at his original and inventive best - we're absolutely thrilled for him that it joins '+' in the ranks of the million-sellers and are delighted that so many people love it as much as we do".

Oh, and here's Official Charts Company CEO Martin Talbot also insisting on saying some words: "What an incredible year for Ed Sheeran - having the best-selling and longest-running number one album of 2014 so far, two number one singles, and now 'X' hitting the million album sales mark in the space of just a few months. 2014 has well and truly belonged to the Suffolk lad".

And as if that wasn't enough quotage (it was), here's BPI spokesman Gennaro Castaldo, who we are only letting in to this speech giving because we kind of feel nostalgic for the days when every chart stat came with a customary remark from what was then "HMV's Gennaro Castaldo".

"The million-selling success of 'X' confirms Ed Sheeran's arrival as a global superstar" he says. "Ed is breaking chart records for fun at the moment, which should come as no surprise given his songs clearly connect with fans in such a profound way".

But enough of all that. All you need to know is Ed Sheeran's sold a shit load of records and he's "fuckin buzzin" off it.

PJ Harvey releasing poetry book
PJ Harvey is releasing a book of images and 'rhyming verse', titled 'Hollow Of The Hand', in collaboration with photographer Seamus Murphy, with whom she previously worked on a set of twelve short films, one for each track on 2011's 'Let England Shake'.

The 224 page book is based on time Harvey spent travelling the world following that LP's release, stopping in the likes of Kosovo, Washington DC and Afghanistan. It's coming to UK bookshops on 8 Oct 2015.

Harvey says: "Gathering information from secondary sources felt too far removed for what I was trying to write about. I wanted to smell the air, feel the soil and meet the people of the countries I was fascinated with. My friend Seamus Murphy and I agreed to grow a project together - I would collect words, he would collect pictures, following our instincts on where we should go".

As a moving preview of the sort of thing that will be in the book, here's the Murphy-directed short for the title song to 'Let England Shake'.

Queen and Adam Lambert to play big Big Ben-adjacent NYE party
Queen and Adam Lambert will play their (Queen's) hits at a special, ticketed New Year's Eve show at Central Hall Westminster near Big Ben in London, and hey, it's even going to be screened live on TV. This follows a similar-ish event, the 'Big Ben Bash Live', that Gary Barlow headlined last year.

The inventively-titled 'Queen & Adam Lambert Rock Big Ben Live' shall be presented by BBC Radio 1 DJs Greg Hames and Gemma Cairney and shown on BBC Two, coinciding with coverage of the River Thames fireworks, and all that jazz. Tickets are available now, with prices starting at a reasonable £118.15.

And it's now time for the world's driest pre-show comment from Roger Taylor, who says: "I never imagined we would be around to usher in the year of 2015, what a thrill! We promise you a great night".

And now basically the same from Queen's official work experience boy, Adam Lambert: "Words can't describe how excited I am, we are going to kick off 2015 in style!"

And finally, it's Brian 'CBA' May, who literally did not have the time or the inclination so say any more than: "OK - let's rock into 2015!"

OK.

UK Festival Awards given out
Callooh! Callay! It's the 2014 UK Festival Awards - THE RESULTS - which got announced last night at a big sold-out to-do at the Roundhouse in London.

With main awards going to Glasto, V (for 'Best Toilets) and Rob Da Bank (both directly and for his role in directing Camp Bestival), the greatest shock of the night was when the 'Anthem Of The Summer' prize went to Calvin Harris for... 'Summer'.

Positively brimming with pride, Festival Awards director Steve Jenner says: "Another outstanding summer has made this year's voting and judging a hugely exciting but also challenging task. So many events have put on an exceptional show and we're thrilled to be able to praise many of them".

"We're very proud to have assembled the great and good of the festival world for this occasion", adds he.

Public-Voted Awards
Best Major Festival: Glastonbury Festival
Best Medium-Sized Festival: We Are FSTVL
Best Small Festival: The Zoo Project Festival
Best New Festival: The Secret Festival
Best Family Festival: Camp Bestival
Best Metropolitan Festival: Live At Leeds
Best Dance Event: Creamfields
The Grass Roots Festival Award: Leopallooza
Best Overseas Festival: Tomorrowland (Belgium)
Best Toilets: V Festival
Headline Performance Of The Year: The Libertines at British Summer Time, Hyde Park
Best Breakthrough Artist: Wolf Alice
Anthem Of The Summer: Calvin Harris - Summer

Jury-Voted Awards
Line-Up Of The Year: Festival Number 6
Best Use Of New Technology: The Parklife Weekender [for their revolutionary portable substance-analysis system supplied by The Loop, and working with Greater Manchester Police]
Agency Of The Year: William Morris Endeavor
Concession Of The Year: Goodness Gracious Healthy Foods
The Greener Festival Award: Shambala
The Brand Activation Award: Malibu
The Extra-Festival Activity Award: Beat Herder
Promoter Of The Year: Rich Bryan (Bearded Theory)
The Outstanding Contribution To Festivals Award: Rob Da Bank

Meghan Trainor, Novelist & Mumdance, THEESatisfaction and maybe some more

Other notable announcements and developments today...

• Rising grime stars Novelist (who makes beats) and Mumdance (who raps, and also makes beats) of collaborative 'Take Time' fame will, on 20 Jan 2015, release an EP, titled '1 Sec', via XL Recordings. From it, this is 'Shook'.

• Avant-groovin R&B types THEESatisfaction have detailed their new LP, 'EarthEE', which is being released on 23 Feb. Its lead single, one of thirteen tracks in all, features THEESatisfaction BFFs Shabazz Palaces. Stream that here.

• Normal popstar Meghan Trainor did a cover of Justin Bieber's Xmas hit 'Mistletoe', with the approval of the track's 'original artist' and all, on German TV the other day. As you do. Pucker up and listen to it now on YouTube.

• So supernatural pop force St Vincent released, as did many artists, a special single for retail-a-thon Black Friday. Listen to the unheard-until-now 'Pieta' and 'Sparrow' via the relevant links.

• Label, radio station and state of mind Rinse, which has spent all year celebrating its twentieth birthday, is taking over Tate Britain in London this Friday (5 Dec), for a 'Late Tate' showcase featuring Sophie and Koreless playing live, and also production masterclasses from Krust, MJ Cole and Mumdance. And some fashion and art-y installations, too. It's free entry, and kicks off at 6. Details here.

• Bring Me The Horizon are playing a headline show at Wembley Arena on Friday. Which is nice. But before that, they'll be limbering up with a show at The Underworld in Camden on Wednesday. I think all the tickets are gone, soz.

• Atomic Kitten have announced a fifteenth anniversary tour. Not quite as optimistic as S Club 7, they've booked in to Academy and similarly sized venues across the UK next June. Tickets go on sale on Friday at 9am.

• Steve Aoki will be throwing some cake around at the Brixton Academy on 7 Feb next year, at a show presented by Cream. Tickets go on sale on Friday morning. Info here.

• TV On The Radio have announced that they will play a run of five UK dates in February, which is very good of them. Tickets are on sale now here. Oh and look, here's the video for new single 'Happy Idiot'.

• Last Friday, Joanna Gruesome won the Mercury-like Welsh Music Prize for their debut album, 'Weird Sister'. "Their record resonated with the judges who were universal in their praise. I hope that many new people now seek them out and buy a copy", said award co-organiser John Rostron. You heard the man.

Gogglebox's Noel Gallagher has apparently done other things of note too
With Oasis now a barely remembered cultural artefact from the past, Noel Gallagher has found himself recognised for something wholly different by a new generation of fans. The youth of today apparently know him as 'that guy off of 'Gogglebox'.

Gallagher recently appeared on a celebrity edition of the watching-people-watching-TV show, as part of Channel 4's 'Stand Up To Cancer' charity drive.

The musician told Xfm last week that he only realised his new found fame when he posed for a photograph with a group of "about eleven or twelve kids" outside a curry house. "I was kind of stood there and this girl's going 'Oh my God! Oh my God!' And I heard her whisper to her mate, 'Who is it?' Her mate said 'He's off Gogglebox'. And she went: 'Are you off Gogglebox?'"

Gallagher's response: "Amongst other things, yes".

And here's some of that scintillating conversation that made him famous.

 
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