THURSDAY 4 DECEMBER 2014
TODAY'S TOP STORY: After a run of bad luck, things are possibly starting to turn in Kim Dotcom's favour, though the latest development in Hong Kong is very much 'possibly'. MegaUpload founder Dotcom is, of course, currently on bail in New Zealand where the US government is attempting to extradite him to face charges of money laundering and criminal copyright infringement in relation... [READ MORE]
 
TODAY'S APPROVED: One of the most interesting artists to emerge into the Japanese pop mainstream this year, Oomori Seiko began her career performing alone with an acoustic guitar in Tokyo's more underground venues. Since then, she's signed a major label deal (with Japanese company Avex) and flourished into what appears to be a fully-fledged popstar. Well, more than appears to be really... [READ MORE]
TOP STORIES Dotcom's lawyers get to negotiate with Hong Kong authorities over asset freeze
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DEALS Girl Band sign to Rough Trade
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BRANDS & MERCH Iron Maiden beer gets canned
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MARKETING & PR New comms chief at Sony Music UK
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DIGITAL & D2F SERVICES Ed Sheeran is Spotify's most streamed artist of 2014
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MEDIA TeamRock to rebroadcast Bruce Dickinson's BBC shows
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ARTIST NEWS NOFX's Fat Mike scripts rock musical
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GIGS & FESTIVALS U2 confirm U2our (or, tour)
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AWARDS James Bay named BRITs Critics' Choice
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ONE LINERS CMU's One Liners: Lana Del Rey, Save The Children's Christmas Jumper Jam, Susanne Sundfør and - hey! - some more besides
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AND FINALLY... Gangnam Style stats jam YouTube
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Dotcom's lawyers get to negotiate with Hong Kong authorities over asset freeze
After a run of bad luck, things are possibly starting to turn in Kim Dotcom's favour, though the latest development in Hong Kong is very much 'possibly'.

MegaUpload founder Dotcom is, of course, currently on bail in New Zealand where the US government is attempting to extradite him to face charges of money laundering and criminal copyright infringement in relation to his former file-transfer business. The American movie studios and major record companies are also suing him over the alleged infringements, while all assets linked to MegaUpload were seized when the company was shut down by the authorities in 2012.

Nevertheless, since MegaUpload was closed down Dotcom has been busy setting up new companies, launching a pop career, spearheading a political party and, seemingly continuing to live a pretty good life in a very nice home. So much so, his opponents have alleged he must have access to hidden funds stemming from his former MegaUpload empire; funds which, the studios and labels say, should have been set aside to pay any future damages.

Dotcom insists he has been living off money earned since the MegaUpload shutdown, while adding that most of that cash has now been spent, $10 million on legal fees, and he is now struggling to pay the bills. The pop career was loss making, the political party failed to win much popular support, and he has had to step back from his two newer businesses - Mega and Baboom - because his involvement was hindering efforts to raise finance and engage with the content industries. Dotcom was the first to admit 2014 hadn't gone so well.

And there were legal woes too. Although various technicalities ensured America's extradition application was further delayed, Dotcom has had less success in getting access to the prosecution's files, or stopping his opponents from accessing information about his finances, or on getting back some of the monies seized in 2012 to help pay his ongoing legal fees.

Though earlier this week Dotcom did manage to fight off an attempt by prosecutors to have his bail revoked on the basis he was a flee risk. And earlier today, according to Bloomberg, a door was opened that might enable him to access some of the MegaUpload assets seized in Hong Kong, where his former business was technically based.

Dotcom's lawyers argued that back in 2012 Hong Kong's Secretary For Justice, responding to requests from America, did not provide a "full and frank disclosure" of the facts to the court when seeking the warrant to seize MegaUpload assets. And because the warrant was issued without MegaUpload in attendance - the element of surprise being required at that point - the Secretary For Justice had a duty to be extra vigilant in providing the judge with all the facts.

The judge hearing that argument today, Garry Tallentire, agreed that the Hong Kong authorities had not done enough back in 2012 to detail efforts to serve summons on MegaUpload, though he said that the non-disclosure was not deliberate on the Secretary For Justice's part.

Nevertheless, the judge did then reapply the order freezing MegaUpload assets in the Chinese region, but instructed the Secretary For Justice's office to begin negotiations with Dotcom's legal reps on the conditions of that order, making it possible that the Mega man may as yet get access to some of the $40 million seized in Hong Kong.

Dotcom's legal rep in the dispute, John Rhie, said in a statement: "We are very pleased with today's decision, which vindicates Kim's position that he has been unfairly treated by the US authorities".

Girl Band sign to Rough Trade
CMU approved acerbic rock quartet Girl Band have signed a worldwide recording contract with Rough Trade. You may all punch the air now.

Taking a break from punching the air themselves, the band said in a statement: "Absolutely stoked to announce that we have signed a record deal with Rough Trade Records. This label has put out some of the most influential music for the four of us so it's incredibly cool to be working with them".

Then they all went back to punching the air again. Don't overdo it, boys. You're going to need those arms. For music and that. Oh, it's OK, I'm sure they know what they're doing. They got some practice in last month when they announced that they'd signed up with William Morris Endeavor for American tour booking purposes.

At that point, they wheezed: "Delighted to announce that we'll be working with Robby Fraser at WME agency in North and South America. This dude personally books a lot of our favourite acts like Tom Waits, The Flaming Lips, QOTSA, Slint, and Arctic Monkeys so obviously we're chuffed to be working with him".

So everyone's very excited. That's nice. Let's all expel some of that energy together in a positive way early next year when the band play the Old Blue Last in London on 27 Jan, or even at The Speakeasy in Belfast on 7 Feb.

What's that you say? Oh go on then, as it's you. Here are the videos for recent(ish) singles 'De Bom Bom' and 'Lawman'.

Iron Maiden beer gets canned
Iron Maiden are going to send a shipment of their beer - George Osbourne's rock n roll ale of choice (other MPs are also available) 'Trooper' - over to America in January. Only it'll be in aluminium cans, or 500ml 'tallboys', instead of heavy, easily-smashed, leaky, ungainly, horrible, bottles.

So naturally the band's Bruce Dickinson - part-time pilot and "dedicated ale drinker" - has given the Manchester Evening News (as the beer is brewed in Mancs) the 'lowdown' on the advantages of putting his Trooper in cans over bottling it. In case anyone wanted to know more about the basic physical properties of aluminium, you know, the ones you probably covered in the first year of big school. This is for all of you.

"Firstly, cans are easier to recycle, require less packaging, get colder quicker and take up less space in your fridge", says Dickinson, adding: "Secondly, cans don't break or smash, meaning they can be taken to venues, sporting events, campgrounds, beaches, and music festivals, where glass is not typically allowed".

All good points, strong and true. "Thirdly", Bruce burbles on, "aluminium cans are excellent protection against light and oxygen - beer's biggest enemies, so your drink tastes fresher longer. Done right, they're great for our beer".

Can one 'do' an aluminium can wrong? I don't know. I guess you can crush it. On Bruce Dickinson's head. To stop him talking about cans.

New comms chief at Sony Music UK
Sony Music UK has announced the appointment of a new Director Of Communications who will join the executive team of newish CEO Jason Iley next month. Indy Vidyalankara comes to the major from the BBC, where she led comms on some of the Corporation's major TV shows, and before that for Radio 1 and 1 Xtra. Prior to that she worked as a press office at Sony Music itself.

Confirming the new hire, Iley told reporters: "I am delighted to welcome Indy back to Sony Music. She is a seasoned and accomplished communications professional with an excellent track record of achievement. Indy has been very much at the sharp end of corporate and reputation issues in her time at the BBC and has a very creative and strategic approach. I look forward to her becoming a key part of our talented executive team as we take Sony Music from strength to strength".

Sony Music UK's incumbent corporate communications man Paul Bursche, who has been working on a consultancy basis via his newly formed agency since June, will formally leave the music firm at the end of January.

Ed Sheeran is Spotify's most streamed artist of 2014
Unless something pretty dramatic happens in the next three weeks, Ed Sheeran is 2014's most streamed artist on Spotify, both in the UK and worldwide. So that's nice. For him. He also, unlike anyone else, sold over a million albums in the UK at the same time. Don't tell Taylor Swift.

Having used up his "fuckin buzzin" quote on the million album sales thing earlier in the week, he was left grasping when it came time to give a quote to Spotify and only managed this: "It's a great thing to be above so many amazing artists who I'd assume would be streamed more than me!"

He might assume that because they were. At least in the single track stakes. Ed may have been streamed most as an artist and as the maker of a whole album, but worldwide Pharrell's 'Happy' was the most listened to single song. In the UK that honour went to Clean Bandit, with 'Rather Be'. Better luck next time, Edward.

Hozier also took the prize for the world's most viral track, whatever that means, with 'Take Me To Church'. In the UK, that honour went to Baz Luhrmann's 'Everybody's Free (To Wear Sunscreen)'. Seriously, what the fuck?

Anyway, here's a playlist of Spotify's biggest tracks of 2014. And if you want to check out what the hell was going on with your listening habits this year, go to spotify.com/2014

TeamRock to rebroadcast Bruce Dickinson's BBC shows
When not flogging beer, flying planes or, sometimes, fronting metal bands, Bruce Dickinson has been known to present radio shows. And TeamRock Radio has just announced a deal with the BBC which will enable it to re-broadcast a year's worth of rock shows he originally presented for 6 Music. The Iron Maiden frontman's shows will be re-aired on a weekly basis on the online and digital rock station, and will also be available on demand via TeamRock.com.

The deal with the BBC over Dickinson's show follows the rebroadcast on TeamRock Radio last year of the final ever Tommy Vance rock show from Radio 1. On his deals with the Beeb, TeamRock Chairman John Myers told reporters: "This is the second agreement we've reached with the BBC to re-broadcast programmes from their rock vault. I am delighted that we have come to a deal where these programmes can he heard once again on the air and also on TeamRock.com, the home of rock music worldwide".

Elsewhere in TeamRock news, the radio station is currently streaming out a programme paying tribute to the late Pantera and Damageplan guitarist Dimebag Darrell Abbott, who was shot dead while performing at a gig in 2004. The tribute show is currently available online and will air on TeamRock Radio next Monday, on the tenth anniversary of the shooting, which also resulted in the death of three other people.

  Approved: Oomori Seiko
One of the most interesting artists to emerge into the Japanese pop mainstream this year, Oomori Seiko began her career performing alone with an acoustic guitar in Tokyo's more underground venues. Since then, she's signed a major label deal (with Japanese company Avex) and flourished into what appears to be a fully-fledged popstar. Well, more than appears to be really, she is a fully-fledged popstar. But one with a self-awareness about what she's become that allows her to play with it.

Her debut album, 'Sennou' (brainwashing), was released globally through iTunes this week, and sees her run through all of the current tropes of J-pop with both a love and distrust for them. The result is a sound she recently described as "Disneyland in hell".

So, there's the brostep that bizarrely keeps creeping into the Japanese mainstream on 'Imitation Girl', which then leads into the bluntly-titled 'Nostalgic J-pop', showcasing the more saccharin end of the genre but with (so I'm told) some pretty dark lyrics. But her real power comes across in more rock-leaning tracks like album opener 'Zettai Zetsubo Zekkoucho' and 'Watashi Ha Omoshiroi Zettai Omoshiroi Tabun'.

Her clearest statement of intent, though, is the lead single from 'Sennou', 'Kyuru Kyuru', a clattering guitar-driven track that manically flits between sweet and ferocious, twisting through so many different musical ideas it's hard to keep up. The video for the song, which you can see here, features Oomori attempting to perform in the back of a moving truck, surrounded by 'kawaii' imagery while wrapping gaffer tape round her head, smashing a guitar and, er, having stretchy arms.
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NOFX's Fat Mike scripts rock musical
Fat Mike off of NOFX has co-written an 'American Idiot'-style punk rock musical, titled 'Home Sweet Home', with his worryingly-named dominatrix girlfriend Soma Snakeoil, and 'Avenue Q' co-creator Jeff Marx.

The still-in-development live show, which follows a bunch of young runaways navigating the big wide world (sort of like a moshpit twist on 'Oliver!', I'm thinking) will hit theatres in the States next spring.

Meanwhile the likes of Alkaline Trio's Matt Skiba, Tony-winning rock Lady Lena Hall, No Use For A Name's late frontman Tony Sly and various factions of The Descendents, Mad Caddies, Lagwagon, the Real McKenzies and, obvs, NOFX (...and Frank Turner) all voice characters on the production's official soundtrack album, which is coming out on 10 Feb.

Speaking via Rolling Stone on his new job as a theatre lovvie, Fat Mike says: "Ever since I saw 'Rocky Horror [Picture Show]' when I was eight, I've been intrigued by musicals. Well, not all musicals, just the ones that break the mould. Luckily, I found two people, Jeff Marx and Soma Snakeoil, that love breaking things as much as I do. This is fucking fun!"

U2 confirm U2our (or, tour)
Bono and his rock band You Two are going on a tour in 2015 to milk the ram-raid release of their 'Songs Of Innocence' LP.

The weirdly capitalised 'iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE' shows, which scale bits of North America and Europe, will hit the UK on 25 Oct 2015 for four nights at The O2 in London. Then on 6 Nov, move on for a short two-date stopover at Glasgow's SSE Hydro.

Apparently, says frontman Bono 'Bono' Vox, the band are "going to try to have a completely different feeling from night one to night two. And have some fun playing with the idea of innocence and experience".

"Have some fun playing with the idea of innocence and experience"? I don't really know what that means. Maybe Bono will sing 'Sweetest Thing' while dressed as a giant baby. Who can say?

Tickets to watch the big bonny Bono baby bonanza will go on sale this coming Monday, so that's another reason to dislike this coming Monday.

James Bay named BRITs Critics' Choice
James Bay was "pretty speechless" at being declared the Critics' Choice newbie of the year by the BRITs. Though not so speechless that he was unable to give a paragraph-long quote. That's the spirit, Jimbo!

"After all the years I've spent watching the BRITs and even after this year, watching my fanbase grow so much, I never ‎thought I'd actually be getting an award myself", he told reporters. "And what a huge honour to be following the incredible artists who've won before! I'm really chuffed, thank you to everyone who has supported me".

Don't mention it. It's been a big fat pleasure. Who's James Bay again? Well, whoever he is, he'll get his Habitat-style BRIT gong on 15 Jan, just as the nominations for all the other BRIT 2015 awards are announced.

Industry and media types in the good old BRITs Academy were invited to start voting for most of the industry-voted categories yesterday. We see Dapper Laughs is up for Best British Breakthrough on account of him having had a Top 40 chart placing with his classic little number 'Proper Moist'. So that's fun.

Lana Del Rey, Save The Children's Christmas Jumper Jam, Susanne Sundfør and - hey! - some more besides

Other notable announcements and developments today...

• Lana Del Rey's 'Big Eyes', the title song to a forthcoming Tim Burton biopic of artist Margaret Keane, is online, albeit not very officially. And so is another track from the movie, 'I Can Fly', which will apparently play over the end credits. Stream both via the appropriate links, please.

• Clark has made a 34 minute megamix of excerpts from ambient man Brian 'The Brain' Eno's big recent re-release package, featuring rearranged bits of Eno LPs 'Nerve Net', 'The Shutov Assembly', 'Neroli', and 'The Drop'.

• Psych-rock missionaries Moon Duo have said this week that they'll release a new LP titled 'Shadow Of The Sun' soon, via Sacred Bones. I said 'soon', I meant 2 Mar 2015. Get acquainted with lead track 'Animal' here.

• Salt-of-the-earth artist Matthew Houck, aka Phosphorescent, is releasing a new three-disc concert LP titled 'Live At The Music Hall', which dates back to the time he and a seven-piece band (and string section) played four shows last December in Brooklyn. It's released on 16 Feb via Dead Oceans. Sample one of its many tracks 'Lost Angeles', now on SoundCloud.

Save The Children's Christmas Jumper Jam is set to take place at Union Chapel in Islington this very evening. Who's playing? Editors, The Charlatans, Andy Burrows, The Subways, Bear's Den, and Rhodes, that's who, with Lauren Laverne hosting the whole thing. What's that, you're unable to leave your house tonight? A likely story. Well, you'll be able to livestream the show here.

• Susanne Sundfør's new album 'Love Songs' is already pencilled in to be one of my albums of 2015. Out in February, it's pretty stunning. That adjective could also be applied to Sundfør's live show, which you'll be able to catch when she plays The Lexington in London on 16 Mar 2015. Tickets for that are here. Now, before we go, here's the new video for recent single 'Fade Away.

• Canadian singer and Drake collaborator Partynextdoor (not his real name) will be over here in the UK to play some shows in April next year. You want tickets, yes? Well they've not gone on sale yet, but here's where to get them when they do tomorrow at 9am.

• Menace Beach will release their debut album, 'Ratworld', on 19 Jan. What would you do in a situation like that? That's right, go on your first headline tour of the UK. Good thinking. But Menace Beach already had that idea, look. And here's one of the songs they'll be playing, 'Blue Eye'.

Gangnam Style stats jam YouTube
Psy's 'Gangnam Style' video has done a 'Kim Kardashian's shiny bin bag', and broken the internet. Or more accurately, it was watched so many times (way over two billion) that the thingamy on YouTube that was counting its 'views' got all flummoxed, and stopped counting. And that, everyone, is what they call 'advanced mathematics'.

Nah, really it's a simple case of integers. And bits. As YouTube explains, having fixed the broken whatsit, in a Google+ post: "We never thought a video would be watched in numbers greater than a 32-bit integer (=2,147,483,647 views), but that was before we met Psy. 'Gangnam Style' has been viewed so many times we had to upgrade to a 64-bit integer (9,223,372,036,854,775,808)!"

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Apparently if you "hover over the counter" on the video, you'll see "a little math magic". So go give Google the satisfaction now, by doing that at this link. Or, don't.

 
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