TUESDAY 4 AUGUST 2015
TODAY'S TOP STORY: Live Nation's bid for world domination continues with two key deals in Europe, acquiring MAMA & Company in the UK via its joint venture with Gaiety Investments, and launching a new joint venture in Germany with Marek Lieberberg, a leading promoter in the country. There has been much speculation in recent weeks that Live Nation was close to securing a deal to acquire... [READ MORE]
 
TODAY'S APPROVED: Having first tired of the "anessa" portion of her first name, VV Brown has now grown weary of her entire surname, and so would, from now on, like to be known only as VV. And until she decides she's hogging too many of the Vs, I think we should all respect her wishes. But what do we get in return? Well, perhaps realising that it might be tough for us all to let go of... [READ MORE]
 
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TOP STORIES Live Nation acquires MAMA in UK as German expansion announced
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LEGAL Austrian court orders Pirate Bay blockade, as web-block evading site booms
Judges restart legal battle between Ray Charles' Foundation and heirs
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DIGITAL & D2F SERVICES Apple Music announces tel co partnership in Australia
Departures at Tidal and Roc Nation
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MEDIA Midlands based local radio group sells Leicestershire station Oak FM
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ARTIST NEWS One Direction not broken as new records broken with new record
6 Music to celebrate David Byrne as he Meltdowns
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ONE LINERS Dave Grohl responds to Rockin1000, Mogwai score atomic bomb doc, Enter Shikari release new video, and more
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AND FINALLY... Frank Ocean's brother Rickrolls fans awaiting album number two
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Live Nation acquires MAMA in UK as German expansion announced
Live Nation’s bid for world domination continues with two key deals in Europe, acquiring MAMA & Company in the UK via its joint venture with Gaiety Investments, and launching a new joint venture in Germany with Marek Lieberberg, a leading promoter in the country.

There has been much speculation in recent weeks that Live Nation was close to securing a deal to acquire London-based independent venue and festival operator MAMA & Company, which owns a number of venues in London and other British cities, plus festivals like Lovebox, Wilderness and The Great Escape.

MAMA has been controlled by Lloyds ever since the bank financed the management buyout that took the live firm out of the then flagging HMV Group back in 2012. Word has it that Lloyds began considering a sale of MAMA when it was approached by a possible buyer at the start of the year, with Live Nation being mooted as an imminent new owner for at least a few weeks now.

Confirming the deal, Live Nation’s UK chief Paul Latham said this morning: “We are delighted to be welcoming new venues, and some that we have previously managed, into the group. Likewise MAMA have made great strides with their festivals and the creativity they have demonstrated will be complementary to LN-Gaiety’s existing portfolio”.

The MAMA deal in the UK follows the big new alliance in Germany. That JV will result in the creation of Live Nation Concerts Germany, to be headed up by the aforementioned Lieberberg, which will start promoting gigs and festivals in Germany, Austria and Switzerland as of 1 Jan next year. Lieberberg’s son Andre will become President of the new venture too.

As well as ramping up Live Nation’s presence in the German market as a promoter, the deal is also a big boost for the live major’s ticketing business Ticketmaster, which will be the primary ticketing provider to the new venture. This is noteworthy because in the past Lieberberg has been allied to Ticketmaster’s arch rival CTS Eventim.

Confirming the new deal, Live Nation big cheese Michael Rapino told reporters: “I have worked with Marek and Andre for over 20 years, and they are clearly among the top promoters in the world. Having them lead Live Nation’s concert business for Germany is an ideal fit, and continuing to build on our global scale in concerts provides our sponsors with increased access to fans in an important European market while adding millions of tickets to our Ticketmaster inventory”.

And Lieberberg added: “Becoming a part of Live Nation is the dream of every promoter. Gaining access to Live Nation’s concert platform and sponsorship team will take our business to another level, and accessing Ticketmaster’s leading technology will enable us to reach more fans and provide them with a unique service”.

Austrian court orders Pirate Bay blockade, as web-block evading site booms
Austria is the latest country to join the web-block party, with The Pirate Bay and some other copyright infringing sites set to be blocked by local internet service provider A1 Telekom.

As much previously reported, web blocking has become a preferred anti-piracy tactic in numerous countries, not least the UK, where new or existing copyright laws have been used to secure injunctions that oblige ISPs to block their customers from accessing piracy operations. Although controversial in some quarters, net firms in the main have complied with such injunctions when issued with minimum moanage.

The blocks in Austria were secured last week, with the boss of the local branch of record label trade group IFPI, Franz Medwenitsch, remarking that: "For the further development of the online music market this is a very gratifying decision. We call on the internet providers to work together towards a legally compliant and straightforward implementation of site-blocking".

Of course web-blocking is no panacea, mainly because anyone with both the will and some very basic web skills (often "knowing how to use Google") can usually circumvent the blockades put up by their ISP and continue accessing blocked sites.

And there are now websites that exist solely to help with that process, some of which have been themselves the subject of web-block injunctions. Though Torrentfreak has just noted that one of them - called Unblocked - is currently the 192nd most-visited website in the UK according to Alexa. So, that's pretty good going.

Though rights owners continue to say that web-blocking, while by no means a perfect solution for stopping piracy, works as part of a wider effort to educate the public about what is and what is not a legitimate source of content. Though to that end, rights owners could probably do with injunctions that force more user-friendly text onto the webpages consumers see when trying to access a blocked site, so that it's feels a little less like the ISP is saying "yeah, you can't see this because of those BPI bastards over there".

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Judges restart legal battle between Ray Charles' Foundation and heirs
Three judges in the US District Court of Central California have reignited a legal battle between the Ray Charles Foundation and the late great soul man's children which will test some of the specifics of the so called termination right in US copyright law.

As previously reported, American copyright law gives creators who assign their work to another party the right to reclaim the transferred copyrights 35 years later, subject to various conditions and processes. Though this right only really kicked in recently, having originally been added to US copyright rules 37 years ago in 1978.

Before his death, Ray Charles decided that his Foundation should receive all the royalty payments generated by his songs, which were still controlled by his music publishing partners, principally Warner/Chappell. He then set up a separate trust fund for his children, which would pay out to his decedents on the condition that they waived any further claim to his estate, so that the Foundation would be assured its regular income from his songwriting royalty cheques.

But then the termination right kicked in, and some of Charles's children decided to begin the termination process, which would revert ownership of his songs to them rather than Warner/Chappell, allowing them to strike up their own publishing deal and do what they like with any income it generated; ie the Foundation would lose its revenue stream.

The Foundation went legal to try to stop that from happening, initially arguing that Charles had written his songs on a work for hire basis for Warner/Chappell, so there was no termination right ('work for hire' being a common tactic for circumventing the termination rule). When that argument failed, the charity simply said that Charles's children were going back on an agreement they made with their father before his death over what would happen to his assets and estate.

In 2013, the courts ruled in favour of the Charles family, mainly on the basis that the Foundation, as a mere beneficiary of the Ray Charles song repertoire, couldn't interfere in the termination process, which was between Charles's children and Warner/Chappell.

The charity quickly pledged to appeal, leading to last week's ruling that said the Foundation should be allowed to challenge the Charles children's bid to reclaim their father's copyright. Legal types are now likely to watch the new chapter of this case closely because, despite a few case specific quandaries, it should test the more general question as to whether beneficiaries of a copyright - who are not party to the actual assignment contract between songwriter and publisher - can nevertheless have an impact on termination requests.

So, one to watch then.

Apple Music announces tel co partnership in Australia
We all know that so called mobile bundling has been key to the rapid growth of services like Spotify in recent years, and now Apple Music has a new tel co partnership in place too, with Telstra in Australia.

The phone firm is offering users on its Go Mobile plans a full free year of the Apple streaming service. Meanwhile, various people have noted that the terms and conditions of that mobile package suggest that once the freebie trial is over, users can pay for Apple Music via their mobile bill.

Apple's streaming music rivals will be watching closely any partnerships it strikes up in the mobile space, such deals being an important way for subscription services to reach more mainstream consumers and - where Spotify et al have big existing mobile partnerships in place - the one big advantage those firms have over their big new competitor; which, of course, also has the advantage of controlling the wider user-experience on Apple devices.

Elsewhere in Apple going mobile news, Business Insider reports that the company is now in talks about possibly launching a so called 'mobile virtual network operator' - so an Apple branded mobile network that piggy backs on other existing tel co platforms for signal - in Europe and the US. Which could give Apple an even bigger advantage in the streaming content space. Though would also likely make those tel cos not involved in Apple's MVNO project all the more keen to ally with its streaming music rivals.

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Departures at Tidal and Roc Nation
Following the departure of Tidal's interim CEO Peter Tonstad in June, less than three months after taking on the job at the Jay-Z led streaming platform, it's now emerged that the company's SVP Of Artist & Label Relations Zena Burns also departed that month, after just two months with the company.

So, you can't say things don't move fast at the troubled artist-led streaming set-up. Former Activision Blizzard music exec Timothy Patrick Riley is now seemingly handling artist and label relationships there, having joined the firm in May.

According to Billboard, there have also been some executive departures at Jay-Z's main company Roc Nation, where long-term EVP Of Strategic Marketing & Business Development Jennifer Justice and Chief Marketing Officer Jeff Geisler have reportedly left the building.

Still, I'm sure Tidal shareholders Madonna and Deadmau5 can cover while replacements are found.

Midlands-based local radio group sells Leicestershire station Oak FM
Radio group Quidem Midlands has sold Oak FM, the Leicestershire-based station operating on two frequencies, which it acquired in 2012.

A web and content services company called ATR Media has taken over the station, moving into radio for the first time, and noting that "we see many exciting synergies between our existing media assets and Oak FM. Combining radio, online and local press creates a powerful platform for Oak FM's future growth".

Confirming the deal, Quidem boss Steve Orchard is quoted by Radio Today thus: "Quidem is now able to concentrate on the further development of its core business. Our award winning portfolio of six West Midlands-based commercial radio stations is enjoying strong growth, and our independent radio production arm, which was recently honoured at the New York Radio Festival, also has a great deal of further growth potential".

  Approved: VV
Having first tired of the "anessa" portion of her first name, VV Brown has now grown weary of her entire surname, and so would, from now on, like to be known only as VV. And until she decides she's hogging too many of the Vs, I think we should all respect her wishes.

But what do we get in return? Well, perhaps realising that it might be tough for us all to let go of over 70% of her stage name, she offers by way of a reward 'Shift', the first single from her new album of the same name.

The track, and the album, was co-written with and produced by relatively unknown producer James Leggett, who goes by the moniker Nearly Native. The two began working together after [Brown] discovered his music on SoundCloud year ago.

This single (along with the snippet of music released in a trailer last month) show a strong step forward by an artist with a clear creative vision for herself. Listen to 'Shift' here.
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One Direction not broken as new records broken with new record
Hey, naysayers of Planet Pop, with all your chattering about and, dare I say it, sneaky celebrating of the slow demise of the One Direction machine, you've all seen the stats for their new single 'Drag Me Down' right? Perhaps Zayn Malik was dragging them down all these years, after all.

OK, 1D are still in a downwards trajectory having peaked eighteen months back but, as I'm sure we noted at the time, they peaked damn high, so are still doing perfectly fine thank you very much, even as they slip down the ranks. And surprise new track 'Drag Me Down' not only topped the iTunes charts in 82 countries after going live on Friday, but it also broke some of those Spotify records Norris McWhirter is always going on about.

First, it broke the record for greatest number of streams over one day on the Spotify network, being streamed 4.75 million times on Friday. And then, second, all those millions of streams helped the track go to the top of the Spotify Global Chart on its first day of release, the first record to ever do so. So, well done one and all.

Music Business Worldwide noted yesterday that the new release was pretty absent across the YouTube network when it first arrived on Spotify and iTunes at the weekend, possibly helping with the impressive stats on those two platforms.

Presumably the Google-owned video site would have liked a 1D exclusive itself, even if via Vevo. Though the fact that Sony seemed to be able to keep unofficial uploads of 'Drag Me Down' off YouTube is, perversely, good news for the site, given that it seems to prove that rights owners can control the distribution of their content on the video platform if they really put their minds to it.

Which helps Google as the record industry goes about trying to persuade politicians in Europe that YouTube is a wild west of unapproved content, and that the safe harbours in copyright law that enable the video site's opt-out approach to content should be cut back. Google will surely say, "Well look at 1D, they were able to keep their new record off our platform, everyone else just isn't trying hard enough".

Of course, everyone else doesn't necessarily have the resources of the 1D camp, assuming Sony was doing more than just relying on basic Content ID to keep the new song off the YouTubes.

Meanwhile, back in the 1D domain itself, members past and present of the group continue to try to spoil our fun (and dispute our only slightly manufactured beef), with Malik tweeting his support for 'Drag Me Down' at the weekend. Then Liam Payne congratulated Malik on that new record deal via Nick Grimshaw's Radio 1 show and subsequently said he's "dead excited" to hear new music from his former bandmate. No fun at all.

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6 Music to celebrate David Byrne as he Meltdowns
BBC Radio 6 Music has announced a stack of programmes to celebrate the man David Byrne as his edition of the Meltdown festival kicks off at London's Southbank Centre later this month. Among other things, he will present a show for the station, will be interviewed by Gilles Peterson, and will join Lauren Laverne as she chats to acts performing at Meltdown this year.

Confirming the special programmes at the weekend, 6 Music Head of Programmes Paul Rodgers said: "It's terrific for 6 Music to be able to celebrate the legacy and impact of such an important musical force as David Byrne. We are delighted he is making a show for 6 Music as his playlists are fascinating".

Byrne himself added of his own special 6 show: "I'm curating this show for 6 Music, I'm curating Meltdown. Curating is maybe an obnoxious word, it's overused, or we think it's overused. But there's a certain truth to it and the question is, am I better than an algorithm or am I not? My place is to maybe give you some things you like and then some things that may surprise you and you've never heard before. But it's a lot of fun when you do these kind of things, you can introduce music and people will give you the benefit of the doubt and give it a listen, which is a little bit of what's it's about".

So that's all fun. Wonder if he'll also find time to have another good moan about the lack of transparency in the digital music age? Hope so.

Dave Grohl responds to Rockin1000, Mogwai score atomic bomb doc, Enter Shikari release new video, and more

Other notable announcements and developments today...

• Dave Grohl has responded to the 1000 Italians who performed Foo Fighters' 'Learn To Fly' in the hope of luring the band to their country to play a show. In a short video he says (in Italian) that the band "are coming", so that worked out well.

• Mogwai have written the score for a new BBC Four documentary on death and life after the atomic bomb as part of a series of programmes marking the 70th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima in 1945. The film will air this Sunday at 9pm. Watch a trailer here.

• Enter Shikari have teamed up with 'Ren & Stimpy' animator Peter MacAdams to create the video for the fourth single from their 'The Mindsweep' album, 'There's A Price On Your Head'.

• Danny Brown and Clams Casino have teamed up on a new track for Adult Swim's singles series.

• Motion City Soundtrack will release their sixth album, 'Panic Stations', on 18 Sep. From it, this is 'Lose Control'.

• US Girls, aka Meghan Remy, will be in the UK for a brief tour in October, following the 25 Sep release of her new album, 'Half Free'. She'll play Headrow House in Leeds on 26 Oct, Broadcast in Glasgow on 27 Oct, and London's Corsica Studios on 28 Oct.

• No Joy have announce UK tour dates for September, which will include an appearance at Liverpool Psych Fest on 26 Sep and a London show at the Victoria in Dalston on 30 Sep. Not only that, you can now watch the video for 'Hollywood Teeth' from their recently released 'More Faithful' album.

Frank Ocean's brother Rickrolls fans awaiting album number two
So, if you're one of those people just sitting there wondering quite when the hell you'll be getting the brand new album from Frank Ocean, promised last month but, as I write this, still to appear, well, I bet you love his younger brother Ryan Breaux don't you?

Because he posted a photo to Instagram this weekend with the line "It's finally out! Link in my bio" And what was he linking to? Yeah, this. Because that never gets old, does it?

While everyone was getting over that little shock, something strange started happening over at Frank Ocean's official website. A visit to frankocean.com will now redirect you to boysdontcry.co, which for several hours yesterday was just a Shopify holding page promising that more would be "coming soon".

Most people assumed that what was coming soon was a full Shopify online store selling copies of that new album, 'Boys Don't Cry', and associated merch. But most people were wrong, because what is now there is a semi-functional website, the main feature of which is information on the weather and time in your local area.

I'll tell you what, I'm starting to side with Miguel on this one.

 
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