TUESDAY 2 JUN 2015
TODAY'S TOP STORY: PRS For Music yesterday announced it was extending the consultation period on its latest review of the royalties paid by concert and festival promoters. As previously reported, the publishing sector's collecting society announced the review back in April. Promoters are obliged to pay royalties to songwriters and publishers for the right to stage public performances of the songs... [READ MORE]
 
TODAY'S APPROVED: Sisters Edie Langley and Gita Harcourt have a wealth of experience as performers. Hailing from a musical family, both have been performing together as singers since their teens, as well as working as session musicians - Langley having toured and recorded with the likes of Mark Ronson, Carl Barat and Adam Green, while Harcourt has been touring violinist for artists... [READ MORE]
TOP STORIES PRS extends live licence review
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LEGAL Final Pirate Bay founder to be jailed is free
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DEALS Imagem announces alliance with Apple Publishing
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MEDIA Music supervisor sacked from Spike Lee film after charging to receive submissions
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THE GREAT ESCAPE New insights for better understanding music consumers
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ARTIST NEWS Joanna Gruesome announce line-up change, as vocalist Alanna Mcardle departs
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RELEASES Girls Names announce new album
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GIGS & FESTIVALS Slayer announce UK tour
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ONE LINERS Universal Music Publishing signs Ariana Grande, Beirut announces new album, Enrique Iglesias undergoes reconstructive hand surgery, and more
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AND FINALLY... DIIV will re-enact your dreams (for a fee)
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PRS extends live licence review
PRS For Music yesterday announced it was extending the consultation period on its latest review of the royalties paid by concert and festival promoters. As previously reported, the publishing sector's collecting society announced the review back in April.

Promoters are obliged to pay royalties to songwriters and publishers for the right to stage public performances of the songs the latter control, and they do so via the collective licensing system. PRS's Popular Music Concerts Tariff - aka Tariff LP - was originally agreed in 1988, though was last reviewed as recently as 2010/11, when the collecting society decided to keep the system as it was.

But earlier this year the rights body said that more recent research indicated another review was justified. Announcing the latest consultation, the society told reporters "we have undertaken further investigations into the live music industry, including commissioning independent third party research into consumer preferences when attending popular music concerts and festivals and the value song compositions make to these events".

The deadline for interested parties to respond to the new review was originally next week, but that has now been extended to 30 Sep, mainly in response to a request by one of the UK live sector's trade bodies, the Concert Promoters' Association, which says it wants to conduct its own research in response to the PRS's most recent findings. The extension is also backed by other trade bodies representing the live industry, while PRS said that it "welcomes the industry-wide commitment to engaging in this process".

Events operating under the Tariff LP licence pay 3% of gross box office receipts (after VAT) to PRS. Some in the publishing sector point out that the live industry has changed radically since 1988, and is now much more lucrative, though the promoters counter that because PRS is on a share of box office, as the live sector grew, songwriters and publishers shared in the uplift.

Though points of contention include the fact that the 3% applies to the face value of the ticket, and any booking fees and extra commissions earned when promoters put their own tickets on secondary ticketing sites sit outside the revenue split arrangement.

This is arguably one of the reasons why the live industry continues to charge sizable booking fees over and above the face value of the ticket, even though pretty much all market research shows this annoys consumers. PRS may well propose that songwriters and publishers get a share of the live sector's wider revenues, not just core ticketing income.

Needless to say, the live industry isn't going to be keen to share more of its revenues with PRS, and will likely stress that - while we all know the live sector has boomed in the last 20 years, and the record industry has been through considerable decline - the profit margins on individual tours and festivals remain tight, especially at the grassroots end of the market.

Meanwhile, established artists take the lion's share of live revenues, as opposed to recorded music sales, where the label takes the majority, and publishing, where it's often more of a 50/50 arrangement. Increased PRS fees would either require fans to pay more or artists to get less, promoters say, and many of those artists will be PRS members.

Though the publishers might argue that established featured artists have multiple revenue streams, while non-performing songwriters rely solely on copyright income, and so should earn a bigger cut of revenue linked to their creative output.

It's thought that any extension of the revenue share arrangement at the top of the live sector could be complemented by more favourable terms from PRS for grass roots promoters, which would do a little to help those working with newer talent and smaller venues where it's really hard to make a profit.

So plenty to debate, hence the extension of the consultation. So far all interested parties seem to be approaching this latest review in a positive manner, though given PRS isn't expected to opt for the status quo this time around, there could as yet be conflict ahead. So I've put some money in the CMU budget for a new Copyright Tribunal hat, just in case. I wouldn't want to show up in court under-dressed.

Final Pirate Bay founder to be jailed is free
Pirate Bay co-founder Fredrik Neij, the final of the four men convicted for copyright crimes in relation to the always controversial file-sharing site to be jailed, is out of prison.

As previously reported, the Pirate Bay four - founders Neij, Peter Sunde and Gottfrid Svartholm and funder Carl Lundstrom - were all given jail terms for their role in running the file-sharing operation after a combined civil and criminal case in Sweden.

Appeals delayed incarceration, though didn't succeed in overturning the convictions. Lundstrom managed to serve his sentence under house arrest, while the founders put off their jail terms by pursuing every possible legal route, and then just staying out of the way of the Swedish authorities (Svartholm going completely AWOL for a time).

But eventually the law caught up with all three founders. Neij was the last to be caught, on the Thai border last November, just as Sunde was completing his jail term. But the final of the four has now also served his time, with Neij released from prison yesterday. It means that all four have now served their sentences, though Svartholm has since been prosecuted and jailed for other hacking crimes.

As previously reported, last month Neij applied to have a court ruling seizing the Bay's Swedish domain overturned, not because he cares about the site's ongoing domain name issues, but because one of the reasons the court ordered the seizure of thepiratebay.se is that it is still registered in Neij's name.

He is seemingly concerned that that could lead to accusations he is still involved in the Bay, and such involvement would breach past court orders. So he wants the court considering the domain case to acknowledge that his link to the domain is a hangover from the past, and that he has no formal link to it anymore.

Imagem announces alliance with Apple Publishing
Despite having written about Imagem since its very inception - back in the days of Universal being forced to sell off song catalogues by European regulators (ah, happy days, there should be more forced catalogue sell offs) - it was only when I found myself moderating a panel with someone who works there a couple of months back that I realised I had no idea how to say the company's name. Though the smirks amongst my fellow panellists after I attempted to say it suggested I got it wrong. So I just looked it up. And from this point onwards I shall be referring to this publisher as Eeee-marrr-kkkkem, just so I remember next time.

Which brings us to the news that Eeee-marrr-kkkkem has signed a global deal with Apple Publishing, the music publisher that grew out of Beatles company Apple Corps. The most high profile copyrights in the Apple catalogue (which never included the lucrative Beatles songs) relate to the oeuvre of 1970s rock band Badfinger. That includes the band's big hit 'Baby Blue' which, you might remember, enjoyed a resurgence recently when it was used in the final moments of the final episode of 'Breaking Bad' as Walter White lay dying after... oh, hang on, spoiler alert, spoiler alert. And anyway, another Badfinger track, 'Without You' is actually more lucrative, due to the many many covers of it.

Confirming his company's new alliance with the Apple publishing firm, Eeee-marrr-kkkkem CEO John Minch told reporters: "Apple Publishing has some wonderful copyrights from a golden era of songwriting. To partner with Apple is a real privilege, and we look forward to working this catalogue globally. We will really give these songs our love and attention".

Music supervisor sacked from Spike Lee film after charging to receive submissions
Producer and DJ Slugo has reportedly been sacked as music supervisor on Spike Lee's new film 'Chiraq' after he attempted to charge artists to have their music featured in the movie.

DJ Slugo had seemingly been hired to scout music from Chicago-based acts. Last week, he emailed the artists and industry folk with whom he had been in contact about Lee's new production, saying: "Unfortunately I may have lost my submission privileges for making a very bad decision in trying to charge Chicago artists for an opportunity to submit music for this film. This is not the way Spike Lee nor his team operates and I take full responsibility for my bad decision".

"I am doing everything in my power to fix this problem with Mr Lee and his team so that the artist submissions that I have in my email are not punished for my wrong doings", he continued. "Please forgive me for my actions and I hope that I can fix this and somehow get your submission to their staff. Again I ask that you forgive my poor decision making! Please hold me and only me responsible for this issue, what I did was in no way professional and whatever punishment Mr Lee wants to hand down to me I will accept it and ask him to please not hold it against any Chicago artist, period".

Following the publication of this statement, artist manager Christine Infanger posted emails from DJ Slugo to her Thirty Roses blog, showing the requests for payment made by the producer. An initial email asked for a fee of $300 and 10% of future revenues per submission, or $500 to reduce the royalty cut to 0%. Later, this was reduced to $100 or $250 per submission.

Artists and rights owners being charged (or asked to give up rights) for sync opportunities - or even just to be considered for a sync deal - will always be controversial. It's not the norm, but there are plenty of people out there who will seek a quick buck from new talent, and not just in the sync domain.

"The expectation of pay to play by DJs and blogs is becoming something of a regular occurrence, and one that leaves new artists in a difficult position", wrote Infanger in her post on the issue. "This is nothing new in music, but with the increased popularity of independent websites, Tumblr pages, and podcasts, there are more outlets than ever for artists to find an audience. As wonderful as this is, it leaves much room for bad practices to become acceptable ... One thing is certain; if artists don't become more vocal about these incidents, not only will they become more commonplace, the cost will become far greater".

As previously reported, last month The Hype Machine moved to delist music blogs featuring posts placed by marketers to falsely boost the popularity of certain artists in the aggregator's charts. Also, during CMU Insights @ The Great Escape, the problem of payola on influential third party produced streaming playlists was raised, as placement of music in key playlists becomes increasingly important for breaking new music.

New insights for better understanding music consumers
Back to what we learned at The Great Escape this year, and as part of the CMU Insights strand 'What's The Point Of A Record Label Anyway?' Chris Carey of Media Insight Consulting shared some of the findings of his company's recent survey of UK consumers that looked at trends in recorded and live music, and the merch sector.

In the latest edition of the CMU Trends Report, Carey summarises that research in five key points, the highlights of which are as follows...

1. UK consumers are passionate about music
"When you look at our consumer research in the UK, 30% of the population either agree or strongly agree that music is their number one passion. When you talk to people aged 16-24 that number grows to 44%. And of those 35-44 - who we often consider too old to be interested - 36% agree! There is a passion for music that transcends age. A key challenge for the UK music industry is harnessing that passion and transforming it into income, so the industry can invest in making more music".

2. When it comes to music listening, radio still matters
"When you ask people about how they listen to music, traditional radio is still the most popular way people engage. 68% of people in the UK have listened to the radio in the last six months. While traditional radio is the most popular way to listen to music, there is an expected skew towards the older age brackets. On the flipside, 76% of 16-24s listen to music on video sites".

3. Music discovery. There is more to life than playlists, but they really help!
"73% of 16-24s discover new music on the internet, 42% discover on music apps and 35% through streaming playlists. These numbers are far higher than the UK average, demonstrating how youth music consumption in the UK is an increasingly digital culture".

4. People still buy music. And people still buy CDs!
"When we look at the UK picture, 58% of the UK population bought a CD in the last twelve months! Importantly, there are almost twice as many people buying CDs as there are buying tickets for gigs and concerts. When you look at the demographics, it is that older generation still purchasing CDs, with young people preferring downloads and streaming. But depending on the composition of your fanbase, there can be a lot of money to be made by serving the older generation with the physical product they are still inclined to purchase".

5. People buy merchandise at gigs more than anywhere else
"'At the gig' is the most popular merchandise outlet in the UK with 35% of merchandise buyers engaging this way. This is perhaps not too much of a surprise when one considers that at the gig is often the only time that fans come into contact with merch buying opportunities. The music business at large really could do more than it already is to work with promoters and get 'merch plus ticket' bundles on the table for fans".

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  Approved: Lock
Sisters Edie Langley and Gita Harcourt have a wealth of experience as performers. Hailing from a musical family, both have been performing together as singers since their teens, as well as working as session musicians - Langley having toured and recorded with the likes of Mark Ronson, Carl Barat and Adam Green, while Harcourt has been touring violinist for artists including Beyonce, Jay-Z, The Streets, Band Of Horses and Serj Tankian.

They are now stepping out front of stage as Lock, a dark pop project whose debut single 'Click' is due out on 10 Jul through Raygun Music. The tense, gloomy track, layered with drama, is a strong introduction to a collection of songs co-written with the likes of Dimitri Tikovoi, Neil Athale and Ed Harcourt.

You can catch Lock live at The Social in London on 17 Jun. For now, listen to 'Click' here.
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Joanna Gruesome announce line-up change, as vocalist Alanna Mcardle departs
Joanna Gruesome have unveiled a new line-up for their upcoming tour dates, which sees vocalist Alanna Mcardle leave the band. She will be replaced by two new members, Pennycress's Kate Stonestreet and Roxy Brennan of Two White Cranes.

Explaining her decision to leave, Mcardle said in a post on the band's Facebook page: "Lately, my mental health problems have become a lot worse and I've gone through a pretty shitty time. I've realised I need to actually take some time out to focus on some kind of 'recovery', so I won't be singing in Joanna Gruesome anymore. I hate to sound cheesy but the time I had in JGRO was life-changing".

She went on: "I made friends with so many amazing people, had the chance to play with some of my favourite bands, went to places I'd never been before (metaphysically and geographically) and pissed off a lot of men in the process. I am really proud of everything I've done with the band, especially [latest album] 'Peanut Butter', and I think we've made some really great records. Thanks to everyone who ever put up with me on tour, and anyone who stopped any assholes from hurting other people at our shows".

The group added: "Lan joined the band after seeing us play somewhere in London years ago after our previous singer moved away, and since then has been the most amazing vocalist/person/band member/gruesome we could have ever asked for. Just on like a musical level, it's been incredible writing songs and melodies for someone with such a powerful voice to sing, and her amazing lyrics have always totally improved the aggressive sections of our music".

"But also in every other way, it's been so so cool to be in a band with someone we've became such great friends with, someone who's been totally unafraid to hone in on horrible jerks and someone who's made negotiating the bullshit of music industry types fun and inspiring. It's taught us loads, we've had some of the best times and we totally support her decision. She's been an amazing person to be in a band with. We will miss her greatly".

The first outing for the new line-up will be a performance at Denmark's Roskilde festival on 4 Jul, after which they will tour the UK in September:

18 Sep: Manchester, Islington Mill
19 Sep: Newcastle, Head Of Steam
20 Sep: Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
22 Sep: London, Scala
23 Sep: Edinburgh, Summerhall
24 Sep: Glasgow, Glad Cafe
25 Sep: Hebden Bridge, Trades Club
26 Sep: Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach
29 Sep: Brighton, The Haunt

Girls Names announce new album
Girls Names have announced that they will release their new album, 'Arms Around A Vision', on 2 Oct through Tough Love.

"We look to Europe for inspiration. For romance. For the idea of a better life", says the Northern Irish band's frontman Cathal Cully, on the inspiration for the album. "For me, living in Belfast just makes you focus on your own art".

He continues: "I'm not starving or anything, but I've practically been living hand to mouth since I was 22. Most guitar music now is just a playground for the rich middle classes and it's really boring and elitist. We're elitist in our own way, in that we're on our own and you can't fuck with us when we've nothing to lose".

"We've got nothing. We've never had anything. And we don't expect to", he concludes. "The only person I ever wanted to impress was myself. I've never got anywhere close to succeeding in doing that until this album. I'm proud of it. I think I can start saying I'm a musician now".

The band have two live shows lined up this week, with a show at London's Ace Hotel on 3 Jun and one at Hangar in Dublin on 6 Jun.

Here's the album's opening track, 'Reticence'.

Slayer announce UK tour
Slayer have announced UK tour dates in November, which will follow the release of their new album 'Repentless' on 11 Sep.

Support will come from Anthrax and Kvelertak, tickets go on sale on Friday, and the dates are as follows:

21 Nov: Newport Centre
22 Nov: Plymouth, Pavilion
24 Nov: Manchester, Apollo
25 Nov: Glasgow, Academy
27 Nov: Birmingham, Academy
28 Nov: Leeds, Academy
30 Nov: London, Brixton Academy

Watch a trailer for 'Repentless' here.

Universal Music Publishing signs Ariana Grande, Beirut announces new album, Enrique Iglesias undergoes reconstructive hand surgery, and more

Other notable announcements and developments today...

• Universal Music Publishing has signed an "exclusive, worldwide publishing agreement" with that there Ariana Grande. "Testament", says UMPG boss Jody Gerson.

• Zach Condon, aka Beirut, has signed to 4AD to release a new album, 'No No No'. Yes yes yes, it'll be out on 11 Sep. And looky, here's the title track.

• Resident Advisor has kicked off a new film series with a first-person account of the Bloc festival. Watch 'Inside: Bloc' here.

• Enrique Iglesias has had to undergo reconstructive surgery on his hand, after being injured by that drone at a concert last week, a rep told Billboard.

• Coasts will release their debut album, 'Coasts', on 4 Sep through Warner Music. "Our album is about optimism, it sums up a huge journey we have been on as best friends", says guitarist Liam Willford. That's nice, isn't it?

• Krept & Conan have released a new track, 'FWTS', from their upcoming debut album 'The Long Way Home'. The album's out on 6 Jul, the track is here now.

• PC Music's Dux Content, aka AG Cook and Danny L Harle, have released a new track called 'Snow Globe'.

• Skepta has released a remix of his recent single 'Shutdown' by Idris Elba.

• Sleaford Mods have announced new tour dates for September and October, which you'll find here. Their new album 'Key Markets' is out on 10 Jul, from it this is 'Face To Face'.

DIIV will re-enact your dreams (for a fee)
People tend to shrink away if you try to tell them your dreams. Not DIIV though. They would love to hear about that time you woke up momentarily confused as to why you sold all your clothes to Gary Lineker. One snag, they'll expect you to also hand over $10,000. But they will then act out the dream (after looking up who the hell Gary Lineker is).

Three people are being offered the chance to have their dreams recreated by DIIV as a fundraising perk for immersive theatre experience 'Houseworld', which is currently trying to raise $30,000 on Kickstarter.

"Describe a dream you've had. When you attend this coming season of 'Houseworld', your dream will be re-enacted for you by the band DIIV", says the description of the reward for the most generous of funders. So you see, I wasn't lying.

If you have £6580.16 (ish) spare, why not get all meta and pretend that you dreamt all of this.

 
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