TUESDAY 21 APRIL 2015
TODAY'S TOP STORY: While Spotify has often taken the heat whenever artists or labels have had a little anti-streaming rant here in Europe - and Taylor Swift's anti-freemium protest last year was mainly spun as being an attack against the Swedish streaming service - in the US it's fair to say that a lot more hate has been thrown by the music community at big bad Pandora. By far the biggest streaming... [READ MORE]
 
TODAY'S APPROVED: Three years after the release of their debut album, Django Django unveiled 'First Light', the first single from the follow-up 'Born Under Saturn', in January. Song two came at the weekend, with the seven-inch edition of 'Beginning To Fade' made available for Record Store Day. Both tracks show a band keen to move forward from the sound of their first album. 'First Light' marches... [READ MORE]
TOP STORIES Pandora recruits industry veterans to its board ahead of latest battles with music community
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LEGAL AC/DC's Phil Rudd changes plea to guilty
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DEALS Vampire Weekend bassist Chris Baio signs solo Glassnote deal
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LABELS & PUBLISHERS Techno label recalls EP after tracks found to be plagiarised
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MARKETING & PR Ooh Brilliant to close next month
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DIGITAL & D2F SERVICES Major investors in talks with Spotify for $400 million funding round
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MEDIA Norway preparing to switch off FM in 2017
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THE GREAT ESCAPE More names confirmed for digital licensing strand at The Great Escape
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ARTIST NEWS One Direction's Louis Tomlinson to launch record label
Twin Shadow to undergo reconstructive hand surgery after tour bus crash
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GIGS & FESTIVALS Sufjan Stevens announces UK and Ireland tour dates
Amanda Palmer announces UK shows
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ONE LINERS Will Young video, Hozier charity show, Ludovico Einaudi album and more
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AND FINALLY... Alex James is definitely not friends with David Cameron
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Pandora recruits industry veterans to its board ahead of latest battles with music community
While Spotify has often taken the heat whenever artists or labels have had a little anti-streaming rant here in Europe - and Taylor Swift's anti-freemium protest last year was mainly spun as being an attack against the Swedish streaming service - in the US it's fair to say that a lot more hate has been thrown by the music community at big bad Pandora.

By far the biggest streaming service Stateside, and with the majority of its users on the freemium level, Pandora has faced criticism from all sides in the music community, despite regular protestations from the digital firm that most of its staff are music makers and music fans, and it's in the business of helping the music industry generate new digital revenue.

Because it is a personalised radio service rather than a fully on-demand platform, Pandora mainly gets permission to play sound recordings via the SoundExchange compulsory licence. Meanwhile publishing rights are covered by the collective licensing system - with deals at the mercy of the American copyright courts - and publishers have been told that they have to license Pandora this way unless they are willing to pull from collectively licensing all services entirely, including radio and public performance.

All of which has helped Pandora to date, but it means the company doesn't have direct relationships with labels and publishers in the way Spotify does, which has led to rights owners as well as artists and songwriters becoming vocal critics of the royalties the service pays, and even more so the fact it wants to cut those royalty payments even further.

Which made yesterday's board announcement all the more interesting. Because, with various battles ahead on both the compulsory and collective licensing front, Pandora confirmed that it is appointing two very well connected music industry veterans to its board.

First up Tim Leiweke, former CEO of live music giant AEG and now chief at Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment, has already been elected to the streaming firm's board of directors. And secondly, and more interestingly given Pandora's battle is with the rights owners, also nominated for a board seat is Roger Faxon, former boss of EMI Music Publishing and, in its final chapter as a standalone music company, the entire EMI Group.

Faxon's appointment is particularly interesting in that it's his former colleague at EMI (and, some gossipers would have it, executive rival) Marty Bandier who is leading the charge to have collective licensing rules in the US changed so that he can force Pandora to do a direct deal with his company - the combined Sony/ATV/EMI - rather than relying on licences from BMI and ASCAP. And it's Bandier who has gone as far as to threaten withdrawing from the collecting societies in their entirety if he doesn't get his way.

Given their CVs, presumably Pandora hopes Leiweke and Faxon - once in the board room - can offer insider insights aplenty while calling in some favours on behalf of the streaming service as it continues in its bid to placate the tetchy and often vocal content providers.

Confirming the appointments, Pandora boss Brian McAndrews told reporters: "I could not be more excited for Roger and Tim to join the board. Both are forward-thinking and bring invaluable expertise to help Pandora play a leading role in the evolution of the music industry".

AC/DC's Phil Rudd changes plea to guilty
AC/DC's possibly ex drummer Phil Rudd has changed his plea to guilty on charges of threatening to kill and possession of drugs.

As previously reported, Rudd was arrested last November and was originally accused of attempting to hire a hitman, though this charge was later dropped. In December he entered a plea of not-guilty on the other charges stemming from the same incident.

Appearing yesterday at a district court in the city of Tauranga, it was claimed that the charges related to a phone call about the promotion of Rudd's solo album. It was an angry call because he was angry about how the campaign had gone.

Outside the court, the drummer's lawyer Craig Tuck told reporters: "This matter essentially revolved around an angry phone call, that was it".

Vampire Weekend bassist Chris Baio signs solo Glassnote deal
Vampire Weekend bassist Chris Baio has signed a worldwide solo deal with Glassnote, it was announced yesterday.

"I'm beyond thrilled to be releasing music on such a world-class label", Baio said of the deal. Beyond thrilled! "I've been a fan of Glassnote and its artists for years".

The musician will release the debut album from his Baio project this summer. He describes the record as "Bowie and Ferry-influenced pop songs and dumbsmart arena techno [that] comfortably co-exist".

Techno label recalls EP after tracks found to be plagiarised
German record label Tresnor has recalled all copies of a new EP from Italian producer Emmanuel Beddewela, released under the name Confucio, after it was discovered that the record plagiarised music by techno producers Stanislav Tolkachev and Alexey Volkov.

Speaking to Resident Advisor, the label said that it had not been able to contact Beddewela to discuss the matter, but having been "made aware that two of the three [tracks on the EP in question] had been produced using works from other producers" it was deleting the release.

In a statement to RA, it continued: "The foundation of these tracks come from producers we regularly work with and truly respect, such as Stanislav Tolkachev and Alexey Volkov. We would like to thank them publicly for all their support, understanding and assistance. With the label's mission being to bring new and exciting releases to our listeners and listening to all the demos we receive, our mistake was to engage an artist we were not entirely familiar with".

Noting that reworking, sampling and remixing are commonplace in electronic music, the label said that "these examples go beyond this".

A planned launch event for the EP at Tresnor's Berlin club planned for last Friday was also cancelled.

Ooh Brilliant to close next month
Music PR agency Ooh Brilliant will close on 1 May, founder James Penycate has announced. Since launching five years ago, the company has worked with artists including Mark Ronson, La Roux, Bloc Party, Manic Street Preachers, Tom Odell, Icona Pop, Gold Panda and Tove Lo.

"It is with great sadness that I announce the closure of Ooh Brilliant", said Penycate in statement this morning. "At times it's been incredibly exciting to work with such talented creatives and ultimately it's been a privilege to work with so many of my musical heroes. I'd like to personally thank Karen Staughton, Anna Goss, Stephen Richards, Gareth Dobson and Columbia UK - without their help there is little doubt we would have made it this far".

He continued: "I also take great pride in the staff who started their music careers with us and have all progressed across the industry. Sim Rollison is now Digital Marketing Manager at Columbia, Liv Mathias at Island in marketing, Holly Rubenstein is now at Reuters Music, as an Entertainment & Features Journalist, whilst Jasmine (Jazz) Atkin works at Mom + Pop as Digital Marketing Manager in New York".

Over the last ten days before the company closes, it will publish a blog posts on its favourite moments on its Tumblr site.

Major investors in talks with Spotify for $400 million funding round
Sky News has named a number of the high profile investors in advanced talks to buy shares in Spotify in its latest funding round. As previously reported, the company is trying to raise $400 million, which would increase its valuation to $8.4 billion.

Among the new investors is London-based hedge fund Lansdowne Partners, which profited greatly by betting on bank shares in the aftermath of the banking crisis and became one of the biggest shareholders in Royal Mail when it was privatised. They sound delightful, don't they? In addition to Lansdowne, according to Sky sources, other new investors are the Abu Dhabi Investment Council, Baillie Gifford, DE Shaw, Discovery Capital Management, Halcyon Asset Management, Northzone, PSAM, Rinkelberg Capital and Senvest Capital.

Some existing investors are also reportedly in negotiations to increase their stakes. These are Goldman Sachs, the Wall Street bank, GSV and Technology Crossover Ventures, all of whom first invested in 2013.

It is possible that some of these investors will drop out of the running as terms are negotiated, the looming renewal of Spotify's licensing agreement with Universal seemingly something of a sticking point.

Universal, of course, has been making bold statements about its changing views of freemium in recent months, likely as a negotiating tactic. Last month, a leaked email from Spotify claimed that it would pay out $1 billion to the major label over the next two years.

Norway preparing to switch off FM in 2017
Bad news for fans of frequency modulation. Well, mainly Norwegian fans of frequency modulation. But you know, once the Norwegians kick FM into the history books, that could start a trend.

So yes, Norway is set to become the first country in the world to switch off analogue radio broadcasts forcing everyone onto digital radio channels. The last FM transmitters in the country are set to be switched off in December 2017.

And given that research suggests that nearly half of all radio listeners in the country tune into FM each day, 45% don't own a digital radio set, and 80% of cars still only have analogue radio receivers, that creates something of a challenge for the Norwegian radio sector.

Though, as those who have followed the long drawn out debate about if and when to switch off FM in the UK will know, some reckon that a fixed imminent deadline is needed to force a big shift from analogue to digital, otherwise gradual shift could take decades. Car makers, for starters, are only likely to start putting digital radios in all their vehicles by default once they know AM/FM is definitely disappearing. And, arguably, it was an unmovable impending deadline that forced everyone to switch to digital TV.

Of course, in the UK the radio industry is divided on whether FM needs to be switched off at all, with some arguing that it's the digital radio network that is unnecessary, and that stations should focus on the growth of internet-based channels while keeping FM as back-up. Though officially the government is still set on shifting everyone from FM to DAB eventually. It's just no one over here is keen on setting (or sticking to) deadlines.

But it will be interesting to see if Norway switching off FM - and providing a case study as to the pros and cons of a speedy forced switchover - persuades governments elsewhere to do likewise. For radio stations the benefit of switchover is not having to pay to broadcast the same services on two networks, while government gets to sell off the FM frequencies to tel cos, who say they could then provide better mobile networks, especially in remote areas.

More names confirmed for licensing strand at The Great Escape
As The Great Escape appears ever more clearly on the horizon, today we've published more information on another of the full-day CMU Insights conference strands that will sit at the heart of the Great Escape Convention this year.

CMU Insights will present four one-day strands this May, including one called Music Licensing: Explained At Last! presented in association with PRS For Music and PPL. This strand will provide a concise and wide-ranging guide to music copyright, how the different music rights make money, and how different digital services are licensed. If you own or create copyright, work for a creator or rights owner, or license music for a digital or media platform, this strand will answer a lot of questions and queries.

Kicking things off will be a guide to how the different music rights revenue streams are performing in 2015. Alex Jacob from IFPI will guide us through the label group's global record industry stats. Camilla Waite from PPL will explore the growth of neighbouring rights income and the increased importance of SoundExchange in the US. And Chris Carey from Media Insight Consulting will shed light on CISAC's data on music publishing worldwide.

CMU Business Editor Chris Cooke will then explain how streaming services are licensed, including the different elements of the labels' deals with platforms like Spotify, and how the music publishers are licensing streaming set-ups through a combination of collective and direct licenses. And then, giving more in-depth explanations on the intricacies of digital licensing, we'll hear from Ben McEwen, Head Of Online at PRS For Music; Eric Mackay, Head Of Digital For Europe at Warner/Chappell; Lee Morrison, General Manager UK at Believe Digital; and Tom Frederickse, Partner at Clintons.

And, of course, as previously reported, another key component of Music Licensing: Explained At Last! will be the big digital pie debate, looking at how streaming income is split between different stakeholders: ie labels, publishers, artists and songwriters. Amongst the people set to take part in that debate are IP consultant Amanda Harcourt, the MMF's Andy Edwards, MCPS/IMPEL's Jane Dyball, the MU's Horace Trubridge, Cooking Vinyl's Rob Collins, MPA's Sarah Osborn and BASCA's Vick Bain.

For the full lowdown on this strand click here. And to get in you need a TGE delegates pass, which you can buy from here.

  Approved: Django Django
Three years after the release of their debut album, Django Django unveiled 'First Light', the first single from the follow-up 'Born Under Saturn', in January. Song two came at the weekend, with the seven-inch edition of 'Beginning To Fade' made available for Record Store Day.

Both tracks show a band keen to move forward from the sound of their first album. 'First Light' marches forward with military precision and a chorus that floats over the top, and is currently among my favourite tracks of the year. 'Beginning To Fade', meanwhile, is more summery and psychedelic in tone, waltzing its way through a fine three minutes.

The album is due out on 4 May, with UK tour dates due to kick off in Aberdeen on 2 May.

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One Direction's Louis Tomlinson to launch record label
One Direction's Louis Tomlinson is to launch his own record label as an imprint of Syco.

Speaking to The Sun, Tomlinson said: "It's absolutely great to be working with Syco on a label. This is something I've wanted to do for some time, and to be given the opportunity to potentially give new artists a platform is an incredible feeling. I hope to sign some really exciting artists down the line".

The new label's first signing is Jack Walton, who came eleventh in the 2014 series of 'X-Factor', and Tomlinson is also apparently planning to put together a new girl group. However, he doesn't intend to properly launch the label until 2016. Well, I guess it'll be easier to focus on it all after One Direction have split.

Speaking of One Direction splitting, director of the band's 'This Is Us' film, Morgan Spurlock, has predicted that Harry Styles will be the next to quit the outfit. He apparently told a TMZ pap that it was only a matter of time before Style goes it alone, but that the remaining trio would soldier on for a while longer.

Trio? Yes, trio. Zayn Malik quit already, remember? You might have forgotten because he's been so quiet on Twitter. But he returned to the social network after over a month of silence yesterday. "Wanna say thanks to everyone that's been there for me over the last few weeks", he wrote. "Love you all, you know who you are x".

He then added a few minutes later: "The x is a kiss by the way, ha. It's not a mystery. Sorry to any confused".

Yeah, nice try Zayn. First person to work out who 'x' is gets a biscuit.

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Twin Shadow to undergo reconstructive hand surgery after tour bus crash
George Lewis Jr, aka Twin Shadow, is to undergo reconstructive surgery on his hand this week, after he, his band and crew were involved in a tour bus crash last week.

According to a statement from Warner Bros Records, the bus hit a tractor trailer while travelling through Aurora, Colorado. The twelve people on the bus were taken to local hospitals, with driver John Crawford and drummer Andy Bauer still in serious conditions.

All tour dates up to 22 May have been cancelled, which includes the UK shows on the tour. Shows are currently scheduled to recommence on 23 May at Trainon in Paris.

The exact cause of the crash is currently unclear.

Sufjan Stevens announces UK and Ireland tour dates
Sufjan Stevens has announced his first European tour dates for four years, including a run of shows in the UK and Ireland, in support of his rightly acclaimed new album 'Carrie & Lowell'. He has also announced End Of The Road as his only UK festival appearance this summer.

Here are the dates in full:

28 Aug: Dublin, Helix
29 Aug: Dublin, Helix
30 Aug: Edinburgh, Playhouse
31 Aug: Manchester, Apollo
2 Sep: London, Royal Festival Hall
3 Sep: London, Royal Festival Hall
4 Sep: Brighton, Dome
5 Sep: End Of The Road Festival
6 Sep: Bristol, Colston Hall

In the latest edition of the CMU Trends Report, we speak to the Label Manager at Sufjan Stevens' label Asthmatic Kitty about how the company dealt with the leak of the new album ahead of its release.

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Amanda Palmer announces UK shows
Amanda Palmer has announced four UK live appearances in May and June in support of her book 'The Art Of Asking'. The shows will be a mix of music, spoken word pieces and audience Q&As.

The dates are:

29 May: Bristol, St Georges
3 Jun: Manchester, RNCM Concert Hall
5 Jun: Leeds, City Varieties
8 Jun: London, Union Chapel

Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday.

Will Young video, Hozier charity show, Ludovico Einaudi album and more

• Norwegian metal band Shining have signed a new worldwide record deal with Spinefarm to release their seventh album later this year.

• Will Young has released a video for 'Like A River', taken from his new album '85% Proof', which is out on 25 May. Watch the video here.

• Adam Lambert has premiered his new single, 'Ghost Town', with one of those lyric video things. It's taken from his new album 'The Original High', which is out on 15 Jun.

• Ludovico Einaudi will release a new album, titled 'Taranta Project', on 4 May. Here's a short film in which he discusses the concept and collaborations behind it. Einaudi will perform a one-off UK show at Blenheim Palace on 28 Jun.

• Hozier will headline an Xfm-hosted show at The Garage in London on 24 May. Tickets will go on sale via xfm.co.uk tomorrow at 8am, with proceeds going to Global's Make Some Noise charity.

• Gaz Coombes has announced two shows for this autumn, in addition to his upcoming May tour dates. He'll play Manchester's Academy 2 on 8 Oct and The Forum in London on 9 Oct.

Alex James is definitely not friends with David Cameron
Alex James is not mates with David Cameron, so you should probably stop telling everyone that he is. Just because they're neighbours and there are those pictures of them hanging around together with Jeremy Clarkson doesn't make them bestest buds. OK?

"I think you have to be careful who you get photographed with", James told The Sunday Times, explaining that he just didn't want to seem rude when Cameron turned up to a festival on the Blur bassist's farm. "That photo was a weird one. I should have moved to Wales".

So, Alex James doesn't want to seem rude, which leaves it up to me to inform you that he hates David Cameron. Hates him. He thinks he's a right shit.

If he came round and asked to borrow a cup of sugar, Alex James would fill a cup with salt, give it to him, and then laugh himself sick at the screams wafting across the fields. That's how much he hates him. And when Cameron came back to complain, Alex James would claim it was all a mistake and apologise. Because Alex James is spineless.

 
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