WEDNESDAY 5 AUGUST 2015
TODAY'S TOP STORY: Kobalt, in its ongoing bid to re-invent song licensing, yesterday announced the first big global deal at AMRA, the collecting society the music rights firm recently acquired and overhauled, in order to create a standalone vehicle via which to do exactly this kind of deal. And the first big deal is with that pesky Apple Music. As you and all Wired readers now, Kobalt... [READ MORE]
 
TODAY'S APPROVED: Guy Baron released his debut EP as Semi Precious last year through his own Squareglass label. For the follow-up, 'When We Talk', released last week, he has teamed up with Matthew Herbert's NX Records, and bagged his new label boss as a producer too. His songs are short snatches of dreamy soul, which fade in and out of view quickly, seeming to drift in on an... [READ MORE]
 
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TOP STORIES Kobalt-owned collecting society announces global deal with Apple Music
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LEGAL SFX co-founders lawsuit to proceed, as Sillerman's 'buy-back' slows Beatport payments
Australian web-blocks slowly incoming, while German Supreme Court considers a first blockade
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LABELS & PUBLISHERS RIAA calls on BitTorrent to help tackle piracy
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LIVE BUSINESS Roundhouse Head Of Music launches new events business
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MANAGEMENT & FUNDING Wise Buddah exec to launch new media talent agency
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DIGITAL & D2F SERVICES Streaming music phone network ROK Mobile launches in UK
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MEDIA UTV makes hire as prep gets underway for all new Virgin Radio
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ONE LINERS Instagram bans #EDM, Saul Williams makes announcement, Björk cancels tour dates, and more
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AND FINALLY... Lenny Kravitz rethinking underwear boycott
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Kobalt-owned collecting society announces global deal with Apple Music
Kobalt, in its ongoing bid to re-invent song licensing, yesterday announced the first big global deal at AMRA, the collecting society the music rights firm recently acquired and overhauled, in order to create a standalone vehicle via which to do exactly this kind of deal. And the first big deal is with that pesky Apple Music.

As you and all Wired readers now, Kobalt has been busy raising the bar in music rights management (or, "saving the entire music industry", if you prefer) by using clever tech to more efficiently collate, present and process song usage data and royalty information.

The aim is twofold: make royalty processing more efficient for an age where the number of 'uses' of any one song can be massive but average payments are tiny; and utilise the net to provide songwriters with much more timely information about how their songs are being used and what royalties they are due.

But however great the tech may be, such ambitions are hindered to an extent by the complicated way song rights have traditionally been licensed, on a territory-by-territory basis, and with so called 'mechanical' and 'performing rights' often handled separately, even though digital music delivery requires exploiting both elements of the copyright. This results in more middle men and processes between digital service and songwriter.

In Europe, all of the big five music publishers have tried to simplify this process to an extent by providing pan-European licenses to digital services for their entire Anglo-American repertoire, through joint ventures with European collecting societies, so that the deal can cover both mechanicals (directly controlled by the publisher) and performing rights (managed and often controlled by the societies).

Kobalt previously did this in Europe via a joint venture with Swedish collecting society STIM, but it wound up that alliance after acquiring and relaunching AMRA. Through that entity it now plans to offer digital services not just pan-European licences, but global deals, covering Kobalt and other Anglo-American repertoire, with both mechanical and performing rights covered (again via deals with any other societies that control the latter).

Also, while AMRA is being run as an autonomous organisation apart from Kobalt, it is buying in its parent company's aforementioned data platform, which it hopes will make things super efficient, and also easier for songwriters who are locked into both the publisher and the society for different elements of their copyrights.

Kobalt and AMRA bosses argue that this more efficient system will not only speed up payments, but will also ensure less money is lost to the system, while keeping digital services that like global arrangements happy happy happy.

Confirming the big first deal for the all new AMRA, the society's CEO Tomas Ericsson told reporters yesterday: "AMRA was uniquely designed for this exact situation - a direct global deal with a major DSP to ensure rightsholders are fairly, accurately and transparently compensated for the use of their music globally. It's the perfect example of how a new structure and innovative technology will significantly improve returns and transparency for songwriters, artists and publishers".

Meanwhile Kobalt overseer Willard Ahdritz added: "Both AMRA and Kobalt's interests are aligned: we want artists and songwriters to get paid for all their music uses around the world. But to get there, applying the standard local licensing structure to today's streaming world no longer makes sense, leaving too many countries and regions untapped. I'm thrilled that AMRA's unique ability to make direct deals with the leading streaming players who have a true global reach will allow Kobalt to deliver unparalleled speed, efficiency and transparency to our clients, as well as help grow the music industry as a whole".

SFX co-founders lawsuit to proceed, as Sillerman's 'buy-back' slows Beatport payments
A lawsuit against SFX supremo Robert Sillerman and the firm's strategy man Sheldon Finkel, filed by three men who claim to be co-founders of the EDM powerhouse, has been allowed to move forward after a judge in California refused the entertainment industry veteran's request for a summary judgement in his favour.

As previously reported, Paolo Moreno, Lawrence Vavra and Gabriel Moreno claim that Sillerman approached them in early 2012 to discuss his plans for a dance music-focussed company. He having no experience in that side of the business, they say Sillerman used the three men's expertise to identify and purchase seven of the firm's early acquisitions.

The three men also claim that they owned shares in Sillerman's then fledgling new company, which should have been worth over $100 million when it subsequently floated in 2013, but that they were defrauded of these shares and left with nothing.

When the lawsuit was first filed last year SFX called the claims "baseless". But last week a judge overseeing the case decided there was enough evidence for the dispute to proceed to court. Among that evidence is email communication between Paolo Moreno and Sillerman from early 2012, in which the former sets out suggested terms for the two men's alliance, and the latter responded "we have a deal".

The legal setback for Sillerman comes as he tries to raise enough money to take the EDM festival and Beatport operator back into private ownership. The SFX chief is offering the firm's other shareholders $5.25 per share to regain control of the firm, though the company's board have asked that he confirm within the next two weeks that he actually has the finance in place to go ahead with that arrangement.

And it's not just SFX's board that wants that deal to proceed as quickly as possible. A memo sent by the firm's download store Beatport to labels yesterday - and published here by Resident Advisor - reveals that the company won't be able to make all of its latest payments to record companies whose downloads it sold in the second quarter of this year, because the "going private process" has "trapped certain earned label payments".

The memo says it hopes the whole process will be completed in a few weeks, after which outstanding payments can be made. Yeah, let's hope so, for the sake of smaller EDM labels, for which Beatport is a key sales platform, and where cashflow will always be tight.

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Australian web-blocks slowly incoming, while German Supreme Court considers a first blockade
And from the web-block files today, rights owners in Australia have been told to get a move on with applying for injunctions to force internet service providers in the country to block piracy websites like The Pirate Bay, though mainly by critics of the new web-block law passed by the Australian parliament back in June.

Said critics are wondering why, given that the content industries stressed throughout their lobbying efforts that there was a real urgency to get web-blocking going in Australia, so far no applications for web-block injunctions have been filed.

Laurie Patton, CEO of Internet Australia, the local branch of the not-for-profit Internet Society, told Torrentfreak: "We are astounded, given the urgency with which this law was passed at the urging of the rights holders, that so far they haven't bothered to use it. We would have thought that they'd have a raft of cases ready to go if the problem is that critical".

We should note that preparation is very much underway by the Aussie content industries to apply for that first injunction, with Foxtel expected to be first to file, likely targeting the usual suspects like The Pirate Bay.

And given that these applications are being made under a brand new law, it's not entirely unreasonable that rights owners are taking their time making sure they get everything right. Though the ISP-repping Communications Alliance says that said rights owners would be advised to also liaise with the net firms on how exactly web-blocks might work, and those conversations haven't begun yet either.

Web-blocking has become a much favoured anti-piracy tactic of the music, movie and TV industries in those countries where web-block injunctions are available, despite the limitations with the approach. In some territories new laws have enabled the web-blocks, whereas in other jurisdictions - like the UK - judges have decided existing copyright law gives them the power to force blockades against piracy sites.

German collecting society GEMA has been busy trying to secure an injunction in its home country against digital locker links site 3DL.am under existing copyright laws there. It hasn't succeeded in lower courts, but the matter is now with Germany's Supreme Court, which has just said it will rule on the matter in November. If GEMA fails, you can expect lobbying efforts in Germany, as in Australia, to get a specific web-block system introduced by law.

RIAA calls on BitTorrent to help tackle piracy
The Recording Industry Association Of America has written to BitTorrent Inc requesting that the firm, behind the technology used by many unlicensed file-sharers, do more to help combat online piracy.

BitTorrent technologies have legitimate uses, of course, and the company has always distanced itself from the widespread use of its software by illegal file-sharers, with recently departed Chief Content Officer Matt Mason once remarking: "If you're using BitTorrent for piracy, then you're doing it wrong".

But the record industry has always doubted the sincerity of such statements, and the new letter from RIAA VP Anti-Piracy Brad Buckles calls on the tech firm to be much more proactive in combating the use of its technology to infringe copyright.

After listing various stats regarding the use of BitTorrent's software to infringe online, the letter suggests the firm work more closely with the RIAA's anti-piracy team, which, Buckles says, could provide the tech company with data that it could then use "to deter further infringement of files via its goods and services".

So that's nice. BitTorrent countered that it has been in talks with the RIAA for ten years now, and has been busy of late launching that super new Bundle product to help artists do this crazy thing called "direct to fan". Read the RIAA full letter here.

Roundhouse Head Of Music launches new events business
The Roundhouse's Head Of Music of eight years, Dave Gaydon, is leaving the venue to launch his own bookings and events business to be called GOAT Music, in partnership with Lou Birkett, also a former events exec at the North London venue.

Confirming his new venture, Gaydon told reporters: "I can honestly say that I have loved every moment of my eight years at the Roundhouse. It has been an incredible journey to see how the venue has grown, the 100s of amazing shows each year and of course the opportunity to work with some extraordinary young talent".

He went on: "I will miss The Roundhouse immensely but I am excited to be starting something new with GOAT, and will continue to work with the Roundhouse's young artists as well as all the brilliant artists, managers, agents and promoters I have been fortunate enough to work with on the main space shows".

The new business expands on consultancy work Gaydon has done for a number of years, and will provide booking, programming and venue expertise to a range of clients. Meanwhile, back at the Roundhouse, Jane Beese, currently Head Of Contemporary Music at the Southbank Centre, will take over as Head Of Music.

Wise Buddah exec to launch new media talent agency
Sam Gregory, currently Senior Talent Manager at radio services and talent management agency Wise Buddah, has announced he is leaving the company to begin a new media talent agency, and that he will be taking some of his current employer's roster with him.

Though this development is all very amicable, Gregory having done a deal with Wise Buddah founder Mark Goodier, who took a more hands-on role at the company again back in June. Gregory's plan seemingly fits in with Goodier's own strategy for his firm.

Look, here's Goodier saying just that: "I am working to simplify the Wise Buddah proposition for its clients and customers as well as the staff who work here and this move fits with my plan. It also works very well for Sam, the talent who have moved to his new agency and the artists we will continue to represent at Wise Buddah in our voices and talent agency".

And now Gregory: "I am excited to be setting up my own agency and building upon the on-going successes achieved with the clients who are joining me at Big Red Talent. I'd like to especially thank Mark and everyone else at Wise Buddah for the last three years".

Oh, Gregory's new talent agency is called Big Red Talent. I probably should have mentioned that at the start. But too late now.

Streaming music phone network ROK Mobile launches in UK
The mobile-network-with-music company ROK Mobile has launched in the UK, providing unlimited calls and texts, 4GB of data and a bespoke streaming service all for £24.99 a month. ROK n roll as they say. Well, I just said it.

ROK Mobile, which launched in the US last year, is one of those trendy 'mobile virtual network operators', tapping into the Three network to provide calls and internet connection in the UK. The music bit is powered by 7digital.

Confirming the UK launch, ROK Mobile Director James Kendrick told reporters: "We are very excited to be able to bring the first ever phone and music streaming package to the UK. ROK Mobile gives consumers all the benefits of a long term phone contract without all of the long term ties. The music service has a catalogue of over 20 million tracks that features the world's best music from major and independent labels. ROK Mobile delivers the best possible mobile and music experience".

Meanwhile 7digital CEO Simon Cole added: "We are delighted to be involved in the UK launch of ROK Mobile as we have worked with ROK in the US for a number of years and believe their service offers a great music experience for mobile users".

UTV makes hire as prep gets underway for all new Virgin Radio
UTV Radio has hired former Magic 105.4 Content Controller Liam Thompson as Programme Director for the all new Virgin Radio.

As previously reported, UTV revealed earlier this year that it had agreed a deal with the Virgin Group to relaunch the Virgin Radio brand in the UK if its bid to run the second national DAB digital radio network was successful.

Media regulator OfCom awarded the licence to run that very DAB network to the consortium involving UTV back in March, so now prep is underway to launch the new Virgin radio station, which may or may not be a clone of the original Virgin Radio in the UK, which morphed, of course, into Absolute Radio (ironically now owned by UTV's partner in the new national digital radio network, Bauer).

Confirming Thompson's appointment, UTV Media COO Scott Taunton told reporters: "The launch of Virgin Radio is hugely exciting for us and we're really pleased to welcome Liam Thompson on board. He has extensive experience in launching radio stations, building solid audiences and understands the potential of the Virgin Radio brand in this market".

Thompson himself added: "I'm very excited to be joining the talented team at UTV Media with a brief to launch Virgin Radio next year. It's a huge opportunity to create an iconic national radio brand and I look forward to building a team of great talent in advance of our 2016 launch".

  Approved: Semi Precious
Guy Baron released his debut EP as Semi Precious last year through his own Squareglass label. For the follow-up, 'When We Talk', released last week, he has teamed up with Matthew Herbert's NX Records, and bagged his new label boss as a producer too.

His songs are short snatches of dreamy soul, which fade in and out of view quickly, seeming to drift in on an experimental breeze and echoing around for a while after they've gone, rather than simply starting and finishing.

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Instagram bans #EDM, Saul Williams makes announcement, Björk cancels tour dates, and more

Other notable announcements and developments today...

• Instagram has banned the #EDM hashtag because it "was being used to share content that violates our guidelines around nudity".

• Saul Williams has released the second in a series of videos to promote upcoming new album, 'MartyrLoserKing'. Watch 'The Announcement' here.

• The National's Matt Berninger and Menomena's Brent Knopf will release an album together under the name El Vy, called 'Return To The Moon', on 30 Oct. Here's the title track.

• You can watch Battles performing four songs from their new album 'La Di Da Di' on their website until 4pm today (UK time).

• Brighton band Kovak will release their new album, 'Modern Lovers', on 7 Sep. Here's the video for 'Swing Song'.

• Björk has cancelled a number of upcoming tour dates, including the Pitchfork Music Festival Paris and Iceland Airwaves, "due to a scheduling conflict beyond our control".

Lenny Kravitz rethinking underwear boycott
A Lenny Kravitz show at a theme park in Sweden last night was a bit of a rollercoaster ride*. As well as seeing the musician show off his guitar stroking skills, audience members also got a clear view of his penis.

Kravitz was performing at the Gröna Lund theme park in Stockholm when a misjudged squat during the first song tore his leather trousers straight up the crotch, revealing that he is a man who does not feel the need to wear underwear. If you're desperate to know what that might look like, knock yourself out.

According to local news reports, the show was stopped and Kravitz left the stage temporarily, while the audience were fobbed off with something about technical difficulties on stage. When Kravitz returned he was wearing different trousers. Because the other ones had split and his cock was hanging out. Honestly, keep up. You didn't believe that thing about 'technical difficulties', did you?

Anyway, we all had a laugh, including Kravitz, who later posted a screengrab of a text message from Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler, saying: "Dude... no underwear and pierced? Fuck me, you never showed me that shit".

I'm not sure if it's expected that all male rock stars show Steven Tyler their penises, but if you're unsure it's probably for the best that you do.

*I'm aware that this line doesn't really work, but I'm hoping it will distract you from the full horror of the next sentence.

 
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