WEDNESDAY 4 MARCH 2015
TODAY'S TOP STORY: Spotify's Director Of Label Relations Will Hope will reveal what factors are driving streams in 2015 at the top of a CMU Insights strand called 'Music Marketing Is Broken: Let's Fix It', taking place at The Great Escape in Brighton this May. As previously reported, as The Great Escape turns ten this year, CMU Insights returns to programme the conference side of the leading showcase festival... [READ MORE]
 
TODAY'S APPROVED: I guess we could be accused of 'banging on' about Kelela, this being her fifth appearance in the Approved column, either solo or as a collaborator, in less than a year and half. She really is very good though. And this is the first time I've personally written about her, so let's call it a clean slate. Actually no, shut up, you just try getting to the end of all this and tell me 'A Message'... [READ MORE]
TOP STORIES Spotify's Will Hope to lead re-evaluation of music marketing with CMU Insights at The Great Escape
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LEGAL Australian court rules that media regulator has the power to deem royal prank call a criminal offence
Suge Knight claims prison medical treatment causing blindness
Freeplay responds to MCN allegations in free-sync licence dispute
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MEDIA Troy Carter launches online magazine for tech, culture and hustle
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THE GREAT ESCAPE The Great Escape confirms BIMM alliance for 2015
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INDUSTRY PEOPLE Simon Rattle named Music Director of LSO
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ARTIST NEWS Bigo & Twigetti artists create collaborative EP over 48 hours
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GIGS & FESTIVALS Mumford & Sons bringing festival to Scotland, Communion plans New Faces tour
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ONE LINERS CMU's One Liners: Kanye West breaks free of the censors, Lykke Li advertises Gucci, Meghan Trainor addresses her future husband, and some other people do some other things
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AND FINALLY... Wu-Tang launch auction site for single copy album
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Spotify's Will Hope to lead re-evaluation of music marketing with CMU Insights at The Great Escape
Spotify's Director Of Label Relations Will Hope will reveal what factors are driving streams in 2015 at the top of a CMU Insights strand called 'Music Marketing Is Broken: Let's Fix It', taking place at The Great Escape in Brighton this May.

As previously reported, as The Great Escape turns ten this year, CMU Insights returns to programme the conference side of the leading showcase festival and music convention for the fifth time, presenting four one-day conference strands covering marketing, licensing, brand partnerships and label deals. Mixing together presentations, case studies and panel discussions, each strand will be packed with unique insights, original research and lively debate.

'Music Marketing Is Broken: Let's Fix It' will explore how music marketing should adapt in the digital age. Will the traditional album campaign make sense when sustained listening on streaming platforms rather than first-week sales of CDs or downloads becomes the key aim?

Hope will give insights into what drives streams on Spotify and tips on how labels can therefore maximise their plays, after which representatives from Cooking Vinyl, Warp Records, Absolute, and more, will discuss what this means for the way labels plan and implement their marketing and PR campaigns.

With playlists undoubtedly a key part of the equation, Deezer's James Foley will then explain how curation and editorial works on his platform, while Aileen Crowley from pioneering Nashville-based marketing agency DigMark will look at who controls playlists beyond the DSPs, and how labels could and should engage with those people. And as the debate moves to standalone playlist services, Francine Gorman from Nordic export programme NOMEX will provide a case study on its Nordic Playlist project.

And finally, live music marketing, how can promoters use the flood of data they now receive to engage more fans and sell more tickets. And how do the innovative new ticketing apps and services fit in? Do promoters need to be more strategic with where they place their tickets? Ticketscript's Shane Mansfield will crunch the numbers, while Dice's Jen Long and Resident Advisor's Paul Clement will be among those discussing their alternative approaches to ticketing.

So what more do you need to know? Other than this whole strand will be hosted by Spintune co-founder and CEO Brittney Bean, and you can find more information about the schedule and speakers on the CMU Insights website here. Great Escape delegates, of course, get access to all four CMU Insights strands, plus a programme of partner-presented panels, networking opportunities and delegate parties, not to mention the 400+ bands playing in venues across Brighton from 14-16 May.

Delegate passes are currently available for £175, plus you can book into one of the official delegate hotels here. And for more details about CMU Insights, click here.

Australian court rules that media regulator has the power to deem royal prank call a criminal offence
An Australian court earlier today ruled that the country's media regulator, the Australian Communications And Media Authority, has the power to sanction 2Day FM, the radio station behind the tragic royal prank call, based on its conclusion the stunt breached Australia's Surveillance Devices Act.

As previously reported, a simple prank call on Southern Cross Austereo's 2Day FM station became global news in late 2012 when presenters Mel Greig and Michael Christian, pretending to be the Queen and Prince Charles respectively, called the hospital caring for a then pregnant Kate Middleton and tricked one nurse into putting them through to her ward, and another into discussing her condition. The prank took a tragic turn when one of the nurses, Jacintha Saldanha, took her own life shortly afterwards.

2Day FM admitted that it had not gained permission from the two nurses before airing the call, and as a result the ACMA concluded the following year that the station had committed a crime under the Surveillance Devices Act, which would give the watchdog the power to suspend or cancel 2Day FM's licence.

But Southern Cross Austereo argued that the ACMA was not empowered to rule that it had committed a criminal act, and that it was for a court of law to decide whether the prank call constituted an offence under the Act. At the time the incident was still being investigated by the New South Wales Police and Australian Federal Police, though the radio firm says it has been recently advised that neither police authority will pursue a prosecution in relation to the call.

The matter has been lumbering through the Australian courts ever since, with the ACMA winning on first instance and Southern Cross Austereo on first appeal. But earlier today a six-judge panel reconsidering the case ruled in favour of the media regulator, giving it the power to assess whether conduct can be defined as criminal as part of its regulation of Australian broadcasters. It remains to be seen what sanctions the ACMA now proposes against 2Day FM.

But for its part, Southern Cross Austereo said the decision reflected a "serious defect" in Australian broadcasting law. Speaking for the media firm, Nikki Clarkson said: "It is wrong for the broadcasting regulator to be able to itself decide whether a commercial television or radio broadcaster is guilty of committing an offence against any Australian state, territory or Commonwealth law including laws where the ACMA has no expertise, experience or jurisdiction".

Adding that neither NSW or federal police were planning on proceeding with a case against the media group, Clarkson added: "These findings by the police forces who have the jurisdiction, experience and expertise to investigate the lawfulness of the recording of telephone calls is consistent with [our] position that the making, recording and broadcast of the call did not breach any law, code or regulation".

Southern Cross Austereo's position is backed by trade bodies for Australia's radio and TV industries, though needless to say, the ACMA itself welcomed the ruling, with its Chairman Chris Chapman saying: "It provides clarity regarding the operation of the licence condition that prohibits broadcasters from using their broadcasting service in the commission of an offence".

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Suge Knight claims prison medical treatment causing blindness
Suge Knight claimed in court this week that the medical care he is receiving in prison is causing him to go blind.

According to TMZ, the one-time hip hop mogul was representing himself in court on Monday having fired his lawyer (already the second attorney working on this case). And as if to prove his point about lacking healthcare behind bars, shortly after the hearing he required hospital treatment, though we don't know quite why.

It's not clear if Knight was losing his sight prior to being held in prison, nor whether he will claim it was this condition that led him to run down two men with his truck earlier this year, killing one of them.

As previously reported, Knight was arrested in January following the hit-and-run in which he struck Terry Carter and Cle 'Bone' Sloane. Accused of deliberately running the two men down, the former rap mogul has pleaded not guilty to murder and attempted murder, saying he was fleeing from an attack by another group of men.

Considered a flight risk, he has been held in jail since his arrest - bail initially set at $2.2 million having been revoked.

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Freeplay responds to MCN allegations in free-sync licence dispute
Lawyers for US-based library music firm Freeplay have filed court papers in relation to its legal dispute with multi-channel network firms Machinima and Collective Digital Studios.

As previously reported, Freeplay offers a special music licensing service for the creators of user-generated content on YouTube, in which the company allows bedroom content creators to sync music from its libraries to their videos for free on the condition it can collect the subsequent public performance income that is due each time the video is played. It collects that money directly from YouTube via its ContentID ad-share system.

However, the scheme only applies to individual content creators and is not available to commercial producers and distributors, who can buy licenses to make use of the same music. And for Freeplay, 'commercial content distributors' includes YouTube channels managed by so called multi-channel networks, rather than by individual bedroom video-makers.

But, the music rights firm says, it has found plenty of videos using its music on MCN-managed channels and, having failed to persuade those MCNs to buy licences for that music, last month Freeplay sued four of the YouTube-channel-operating businesses, including Disney's Maker Studios, DreamWorks Animation's Awesomeness, Big Frame and BroadbandTV Corp.

But Machinima and Collective Digital Studios pre-empted that legal action by filing their own litigation against Freeplay. They basically accuse the music rights firm of deliberately confusing online video-makers so that they sync music from the company's libraries thinking they can do so for free, only to be subsequently invoiced, or threatened with action, when it that transpires usage is classified as commercial. The MCNs went as far as to label Freeplay's approach as 'copyright trolling'.

And it is those allegations that Freeplay lawyers BakerHostetler have now responded to. Legal man Oren Warshavsky argues that: "Freeplay notified Machinima and CDS of [their] infringements, just as any other copyright owner in any other industry would do. But rather than pay Freeplay Music, Machinima and CDS responded by accusing Freeplay Music of 'extortion' and being a 'copyright troll'".

He goes on: "These accusations are false and only add insult to injury. Machinima's and CDS's systematic misappropriation of Freeplay Music's copyrights without authorisation has harmed our client. In this action we intend to protect our client's rights and utilise the remedies and enforcement provisions provided by the Copyright Act".

Freeplay insists that the website where YouTube users licence its music explains clearly the terms of said licence, and when the free licence does and does not apply. And the company adds that it has now issued over 1.8 million licenses, and there are currently 425,000 authorised uses of its music on YouTube, illustrating - it says - that the system works.

Warshavsky concludes: "Freeplay's copyrighted music is being used by Machinima and CDS and today's two filings detail hundreds of commercial uses of Freeplay's music by Machinima and dozens by CDS. Rather than dealing with this infringement, Machinima and CDS went on the offensive, blatantly mischaracterizing Freeplay and its business model. Ironically, Machinima and CDS are commercialising Freeplay's copyrighted music, and then cry foul that Freeplay seeks to enforce its rights to do the same".

The MCNs are yet to respond.

Troy Carter launches online magazine for tech, culture and hustle
Troy Carter, still probably best known as one-time Lady Gaga manager, but also boss of the Atom Factory entertainment firm, has moved into the business media domain by launching Smashd, a new "online news vertical" covering "tech, culture and hustle".

Hmm, 'hustle'. Should we be covering hustle? Do we need a new Head Of Hustle to ensure we're not missing out on any of the latest hustling? Maybe we could sack our Disruptive Business Models Correspondent and hire a Head Of Hustle instead. That would be a disruptive hustle, right?

Anyway, former Forbes writer-editor Lori Kozlowski is helping Carter launch the site, which, apparently, came about from internal conversations within the Atom Factory. "You'd go through blog after blog", Carter told Billboard. "And for us - living between the tech, music and pop-culture worlds - it just didn't feel like there was one place where we could call home or a hub, especially as told through a very original lens".

Features rather than announcements seem to be the aim, with Carter adding: "It's very rare when you can get a real glimpse inside the life of an entrepreneur. So for us, most of the stories we're gonna be covering, like through a series called 'In Residence', will give a glimpse inside their environment".

So that's all very interesting. Though it's just occurred to me we don't have an Online News Vertical News section in the CMU Daily in which to file this story. Maybe I'll hustle one up over lunch.

The Great Escape confirms BIMM alliance for 2015
In addition to the schedule for the CMU Insights strand on music marketing, The Great Escape has also just announced that BIMM will be the event's first ever Lead Educational Partner. Following the launch of the BIMM Student Sessions during last year's Great Escape, this year a similar programme for music students will take place within the convention, giving future industry talent the chance to exchange knowledge and ideas with industry delegates.

Confirming the tie up, Great Escape Director Kat Morris said: "With the UK as our lead international focus for 2015, it makes perfect sense for us to work more closely with BIMM, an institution renowned for educating smart, hungry students and integrating them into the music business. Our collaboration will ensure there is an influx of driven young people into the thriving music industry".

Meanwhile BIMM board member and former BPI Chair Tony Wadsworth, who interviewed industry legend Seymour Stein as part of last year's TGE Student Sessions, added: "BIMM and The Great Escape are two of Brighton's greatest home grown ideas! It's a huge opportunity for BIMM students to be a part of this industry event and to get closer to the very people who do this stuff for a living. In turn, I'm sure the industry delegates will be impressed and, hopefully, challenged by the questions they get from students".

Simon Rattle named Music Director of LSO
The London Symphony Orchestra has announced Simon Rattle as its new Music Director, luring him back from Germany, where he has been Chief Conductor and Artistic Director of the Berlin Philharmonic since 2002.

A longtime collaborator with the LSO, first conducting the orchestra in 1977, Rattle said of the announcement: "During my work with the LSO over the last years, I noticed that despite the orchestra's long and illustrious history, they almost never refer to it. Instead, refreshingly, they talk about the future, what can they make anew, what can they improve, how can they reach further into the community".

He continued: "In terms of musical excellence, it is clear that the sky's the limit, but equally important, in terms of philosophy, they constantly strive to be a 21st century orchestra. We share a dream in which performing, teaching and learning are indivisible, with wider dissemination of our art at its centre. I cannot imagine a better or more inspiring way to spend my next years, and feel immensely fortunate to have the LSO as my musical family and co-conspirators".

And if you thought the classical music industry was better than claiming to be "thrilled" in its press releases, you were wrong. LSO Chair Lennox Mackenzie screamed: "I am thrilled that Sir Simon Rattle has accepted our invitation to lead the orchestra into the future. On behalf of the whole orchestra, we welcome him as our Music Director at this hugely important moment in the LSO's history".

Rattle will take up his new role in September 2017. Which is ages and ages away. We'll probably all be dead by then.

  Approved: Kelela - A Message
I guess we could be accused of 'banging on' about Kelela, this being her fifth appearance in the Approved column, either solo or as a collaborator, in less than a year and half. She really is very good though. And this is the first time I've personally written about her, so let's call it a clean slate. Actually no, shut up, you just try getting to the end of all this and tell me 'A Message' wasn't worthy of approval. You won't be able to do it.

The track is a collaboration with Arca, of whom Kelela says: "I met Arca on a boat. For about ten minutes I stood afar trying to think of what to say... and then finally walked up to him. With zero cool I go, 'Oh my God, you're Arca'. To which he replied, 'Oh my God, I've been trying not to stare at you for the past fifteen minutes! Wanna work together?'"

She continues: "[We] made an appt for 12pm the next day but I got impatient on my way home and texted, 'Do you think you could do 11am? I'm too excited'. And then he said, 'I was gonna suggest 10am but I thought it was too early!' This is the energy 'A Message' was born out of".

And that energy is absolutely apparent. 'A Message' may be slow in tempo, downbeat of lyric, and filled with a dark atmosphere, but that excitement the duo had in creating it still comes through. It leaps out of the speakers and then dances slowly for four wonderful minutes.

The video for 'A Message' was premiered by i-D yesterday, and the track is taken from Kelela's new EP, 'Hallucinogen', which is out on 5 May. You'll be able to catch Kelela at various live dates in the coming months, including The Great Escape on 14 May and at XOYO in London on 26 May. Cool.
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Bigo & Twigetti create collaborative EP over 48 hours
Classical futurist label Bigo & Twigetti last weekend had three of its artists - Jim Perkins, Leah Kardos and Jules Dickens - create an EP of new music over the space of 48 hours, releasing it all online yesterday.

The label explains: "Each artist has created an initial track of harmony, drones, beats etc and sent their track to the next artist, who in the following hours added to, manipulated and transformed it before passing their work to the next artist and so on. Once the track had been transformed by all artists, the last contributor finalised the track and sent it off for mastering".

Now available to buy on Bandcamp, the 'Forty Eight' EP features three instrumental tracks each bearing the marks of the three collaborators' different styles, showcasing Bigo & Twigetti's own innovative approach to classical and electronic music.

Listen here:

https://bigoandtwigetti.bandcamp.com/album/forty-eight

Mumford & Sons bringing festival to Scotland, Communion plans New Faces tour
Mumford & Sons have announced dates for their mainly-though-not-entirely-US-based Gentlemen Of The Road touring festival, including a UK date in Aviemore in Scotland.

Artists confirmed for the Scottish event, due to take place on 31 Jul and 1 Aug, include Ben Howard, Primal Scream, The Maccabees, Simian Mobile Disco DJs, Lianne La Havas, Jack Garratt, King Charles and Honeyblood. In the US they get Foo Fighters and Flaming Lips, but look, it's not a competition.

On a smaller scale, one of the Sons, Ben Lovett, will be sending out some newer artists out on tour in April, as part of his Communion company's annual 'New Faces' tour. Frances, Tenterhook, Charlotte OC and Freddie Dickson will perform at the following dates:

20 Apr: Arts Club, Liverpool
22 Apr: Brudenell, Leeds
23 Apr: Ruby Lounge, Manchester
24 Apr: Bullingdon, Oxford
27 Apr: Sticky Mike's, Brighton
28 Apr: St Stephen's, London
29 Apr: Louisiana, Bristol

As previously reported, Mumford & Sons are also set to release their third album, 'Wilder Mind', on 4 May.

Kanye West breaks free of the censors, Lykke Li advertises Gucci, Meghan Trainor addresses her future husband, and some other people do some other things

Other notable announcements and developments today...

• Lykke Li stars in a new advert for Gucci. It also features her song 'Just Like A Dream'.

• If you want to hear Kanye ******* West's 'All Day' without ITV ruining it, and you failed to catch himm at Koko last night, you can now get the track on your download or streaming platform of choice. A Steve McQueen-directed video is apparently imminent too.

• The returns of Meghan Trainor continue to diminish with the release of new single, 'Dear Future Husband'.

• Doldrums last single, 'Hotfoot', was approved back in January. And look, if he hasn't gone and released another very good single. I continue to await his new album, due out on 6 Apr, with excitement.

• Holly Miranda has announced the release of the follow-up to her 2010 album, 'The Magician's Private Library'. No, she's not prolific, but she is good, so it's OK. 'Holly Miranda', for that is the album's name, will be release through Dangerbird Records on 19 May. Here's the first single, 'All I Want Is To be Your Girl'.

• I'm From Barcelona have announced that they will release a new album on 25 Mar. It's called 'Growing Up Is For Trees', which is a pretty good title. Is the music "pretty good" though? Well, here's the video for lead single 'Violins', which will give you an answer to that question.

• Millencolin have a new album coming out. Do people still like Millencolin? People in Derby really liked them in 1998. Well, the album's out on 27 Apr through Epitaph. It's called 'True Brew'. Here's the video for 'Sense & Sensibility' (which I like).

Approved earlier this year, Laura Moody has announced a UK tour in April, which will see her perform in unusual venues including laundrettes, chapels, boats, bike sheds and bookshops. Details of all dates are right here.

Wu-Tang launch auction site for single copy album
Wu-Tang have set up a website to run the auction for their single copy album, 'Once Upon A Time In Shaolin'. Remember that? Yeah? Remember it? No? Oh come on.

Well, forgetful types, as we previously reported, the 31 track, 128 minute record - which was finished last year and has so far had just one public airing (there was talk of a playback tour, though that doesn't seem to have happened) - will become the exclusive property of whichever person places the highest bid to buy the lone CD and the box that contains it.

As for the 7,298,912,999 people in the world who don't get ownership of the record (and who didn't attend the aforementioned playback), well, there might be an opportunity to hear the album in 88 years time, if you're all able to stick around (mortally speaking) until then. Because, according to the record's producer Cilvaringz, at that point the lucky bidder will get the actual copyright in the recording as well as physical ownership of the CD, and could choose to release the album.

Says Cilvaringz to Forbes: "After 88 years the copyright, which includes public and commercial rights, automatically transfers to the owner of the work. [But] it will still be his or her choice at that [point] to release it or not release it".

So rich people, don't delay, register to buy today. The rest of you suckers, remember to keep an eye on the release news section of your CMU Daily circa 2103 for further updates.

 
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