FRIDAY 11 SEPTEMBER 2015
TODAY'S TOP STORY: A number of prolific file-sharers who regularly uploaded unlicensed content so that others could nab it from sites like ExtraTorrent and KickassTorrents reportedly downed tools earlier this week after being freaked out by a warning email from Warner Music's legal department, which said they had been caught infringing copyright and risked legal action if they... [READ MORE]
 
TODAY'S APPROVED: It's an all-dayer at Oval Space to celebrate Soho record shop Phonica's twelfth year in the game, featuring François K, aka François Kevorkian, who has been DJing ever since the mid-1970s, starting out at Studio54 in NYC. Still cutting it, he released a much lauded compo for the Renaissance series a couple of years ago. Other highlights of the line-up include Moritz... [READ MORE]
 
BEEF OF THE WEEK: Sam Smith, eh. Sam bloody Smith. Poll topper. Million seller. Record breaker. Award winner. Surgery survivor. Charity supporter. Live advertiser. Liar. And what a liar. Such a big liar. Lying is probably Smith's defining characteristic. If they gave out prizes for lying, he'd probably win as many for that as he has for his music. I mean, really, how can we trust anything he says?... [READ MORE]
 
CMU PODCAST: CMU's Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review the week in music and the music business, including the relaunch of Xfm and the BBC's streaming ambitions, more on the safe harbours debate and Google's takedowns, Sony/ATV’s concerns about one particular consent decree reform in the US, and Sam Smith being a big fat liar. The CMU Podcast is sponsored by 7digital.... [LISTEN HERE]
TOP STORIES Fake warning letter spooks some file-sharers away from piracy
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LEGAL Jonathan King arrested in Walton Hop Disco child abuse investigation
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DEALS BMG buys Italian songs catalogue
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LABELS & PUBLISHERS BMI confirms record-breaking revenues for last year
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ENTERTAINMENT RETAIL Cassette Store Day releases announced for 2015
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LIVE BUSINESS Universal Music buys into Indian festival
Live Nation COO departs to lead operations at big new sports show
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MEDIA Guardian staffers take senior editorial roles at Vice
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ARTIST NEWS Libertines fail to show up for London gig
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RELEASES Abz planning Five country covers album, if BRIT Award sale falls through
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ONE LINERS Tinashe, Fetty Wap, Joanna Newsom, more
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AND FINALLY... CMU Beef Of The Week #269: Sam Smith v The Truth
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THE O2 - EVENT SALES CO-ORDINATOR (LONDON)
The O2 is on the lookout for a fantastic new Event Sales Co-ordinator selling a diverse range of event spaces under The O2 tent; The O2 arena, Building Six (corporate hire), American Express Invites Lounge, Green Room, The Piazza and The Quadrant.

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DOMINO - INTERNATIONAL PROMOTIONS APPRENTICE (LONDON)
Domino Recording Co is seeking an International Promotions Apprentice to join the International Department based in the London office. This is an interesting and varied role that will offer a good introduction to the specific skills needed to work in promotions and international.

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DOMINO - INTERNATIONAL MARKETING MANAGER (LONDON)
Domino Recording Co is seeking an International Marketing Manager to join the International Department based in the London office. A very exciting opportunity for a dynamic marketing manager to join the Domino International team. The ideal candidate will have at least two years’ experience in music marketing, be familiar with Domino's output, aware of its history and will complement the company culture.

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IMPRESSIVE PR - SENIOR MUSIC PUBLICIST (LONDON)
We need an experienced Senior Music Publicist who knows the job, has excellent music media contacts and potential to bring in their own clients. The role is all about personality - organised, friendly, positive, "can do" attitude, great journalist contacts and being able to juggle artists promo schedules, multiple releases and generate high volumes of coverage.

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MERLIN - HEAD OF ROYALTIES (LONDON)
Merlin, the global rights licensing agency for the independent sector, is seeking an experienced professional to head its royalties division. Based in the company’s central London office, the successful candidate will demonstrate a deep knowledge and understanding of both practical and technical aspects of processing digital royalties, along with proven experience in a senior role within this sphere.

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DOMINO - WAREHOUSE MANAGER (LONDON)
We are looking for a bright, energetic warehouse manager with plenty of enthusiasm to supervise our warehouse operation. The role could suit someone with existing warehouse experience, but also someone with a music retail background.

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AIR MEDIA - PR MANAGER (LONDON)
Air Media is a creative, forward-thinking music and entertainment PR agency working with a variety of international stars, cutting edge bands, venues and festivals. We are looking for a music-obsessed individual with at least two years’ PR experience to join our small team in West London.

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PARAMOUNT ARTISTS - BOOKING AGENT (BRIGHTON)
Paramount Artists is a booking agency based in central Brighton. We arrange worldwide tours for DJ’s and electronic musicians. We are looking to expand our team and currently have an opening for a booking agent.

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MAMA & COMPANY - ASSISTANT GENERAL MANAGERS, ARTS CLUB, LIVERPOOL; HOXTON SQUARE BAR & KITCHEN AND THE BORDERLINE, LONDON (TEMPORARY CONTRACT)
MAMA & Company are looking for a dynamic, experienced Assistant General Managers with a proven track record within a live music operation to work at Arts Club, Liverpool and at our London venues. This is a fantastic opportunity to work and grow with an exciting company that owns some of London’s most established venues.

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MAMA & COMPANY - ASSISTANT BAR MANAGERS, LONDON VENUES
MAMA & Company is looking for Assistant Bar Managers for its London venues. You will have some experience of maximising bar, cloakroom and other revenues while minimising all relevant costs. You will have exceptional stock and staff management and must be driven to achieve the best results for the venue in support of the Bars Manager. Some experience of duty management within a live music venue would be beneficial.

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MAMA & COMPANY - PROMOTIONAL MANAGER - ARTS CLUB (LIVERPOOL)
MAMA & Company are looking for a dynamic Promotional Manager ideally with some experience within a live music operation to work at Arts Club, Liverpool. This is a fantastic opportunity to work and grow with an exciting company that owns some of the UK’s most established venues.

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Fake warning letter spooks some file-sharers away from piracy
A number of prolific file-sharers who regularly uploaded unlicensed content so that others could nab it from sites like ExtraTorrent and KickassTorrents reportedly downed tools earlier this week after being freaked out by a warning email from Warner Music's legal department, which said they had been caught infringing copyright and risked legal action if they didn't cease and desist with immediate effect.

So, job done Warner legal. Except Torrentfreak has noted that the warning email is almost certainly a fake. For starters it has a number of grammatical errors, and even Warner Music's lawyers know that it's 'i' before 'e' except after 'c'. Meanwhile the full email headers reveal that the message did not actually come from a Warner email address. And finally, the correspondence claims that the file-sharers' internet service providers had shopped them to the record company, but no ISP would do that, net firms arguing that doing so would violate data protection laws.

Though that does raise the interesting question of how exactly the faker got the contact details of several prolific file-sharers, a query that has got some people worried, especially as Kickass recently warned users about possible phishing attempts to get their contact information. Because, given the fake letter did seem to actually stop some pesky file-sharers, you wonder whether the actual legal departments at major music companies might wonder if they can get their hands on those email addresses too, now that they seem to be doing the rounds.

You can read the scam email and spot the grammar errors in it on Torrentfreak here, if you so wish.

Jonathan King arrested in Walton Hop Disco child abuse investigation
Former music industry mogul Jonathan King was arrested over allegations of historical child sex offences on Wednesday morning.

He was one of three men arrested and later bailed in relation to an ongoing investigation into sexual offences against children at the Walton Hop Disco in Walton-on-Thames in the 1970s and 1980s. According to Surrey Police, specialist officers searched all three men's properties shortly after their arrest.

Commenting on the development, Detective Chief Inspector Karen Mizzi told reporters: "This is a complex investigation into numerous allegations of sexual abuse and assault dating back over several decades. Our investigation focuses on the Walton Hop Disco, a popular event for youngsters between the 1970s and 1980s, and we are following a number of lines of inquiry".

King's long career as a performer, presenter and music industry executive pretty much ended in 2000, of course, after he was arrested in relation to allegations of sexual offences against teenage boys dating back to 1960s. He was subsequently convicted over six of the claims made against him resulting in a stint in jail. King has always maintained he was innocent of the charges for which he was convicted.

BMG buys Italian songs catalogue
Always acquisitive music rights firm BMG this week announced the acquisition of the publishing catalogue of Edizioni Musicali L'Alternativa SRL, which, as you all know, is a music company in Italy which controls songs by renowned Italian singers like Paolo Conte, Francesco Guccini and Vinicio Capossela. And if you didn't know that, well, I just don't think you're paying enough attention.

Confirming the firm's latest catalogue buy, BMG Italy MD Dino Stewart said: "We are very delighted about the acquisition of such a classic collection of Italian music. We are talking about songs which have made a strong contribution to Italian music history, including artists and songwriters with an iconic status in the Italian music scene".

BMI confirms record-breaking revenues for last year
US performing rights organisation BMI saw its annual revenues top $1 billion for the first time in the financial year ending 30 Jun, with its $1.013 billion of income putting it slightly ahead of rival society ASCAP's most recent annual haul of $1.001 billion.

The growth is in no small part, of course, because of the shift from physical to digital, and especially from downloads to streams, which means for publishers the so called 'performing rights' that BMI and ASCAP handle are becoming more lucrative, as the 'mechanical rights' exploited (wholly or primarily) when CDs are pressed and when downloads are sold become less valuable.

Of course, the big publishers in the US are keen to pull digital deal-making out of the collective licensing system, and are hoping that the current Department Of Justice review of the BMI and ASCAP consent decrees - which currently block such a move - will enable them to force Pandora et al into directly negotiated agreements.

It's not quite clear how that would work exactly, and it may be that - even if the American publishing majors start agreeing terms with digital services directly - the collecting societies would continue to collect and distribute royalties, for both logistical and legal reasons. Though any shift to direct digital licensing could still have an impact on BMI and ASCAP's future revenues.

But for now, BMI President Mike O'Neill is happy, telling reporters: "These are phenomenal results for BMI and underscore the value we bring to our community of songwriters, composers and publishers. They're even more impressive when you consider the negative impact to our international revenues brought on by the strengthening dollar".

He added: "We will continue to work hard on behalf of the more than 700,000 affiliates we have the privilege to represent, not only to make sure they can continue to earn a living doing what they love, but also through our ongoing efforts with Congress and the US Department of Justice to rewrite the rules so they make sense for today's digital world".

Hey, hear more about consent decree reform on this week's CMU Podcast here!

Cassette Store Day releases announced for 2015
The organisers of Cassette Store Day have announced the full list of special releases that will be put out as part of this year's proceedings. And on the tapes being released will be music from the likes of Girl Band, Alex G, The Maccabees, Kaiser Chiefs, Spector, Radio Soulwax and Various Artists. Actually, there are quite a few releases from Various Artists, they've been very busy.

CSD returns on 17 Oct this year, and pre-empting the festivities the event's co-founder Jen Long told reporters: "Cassette tapes aren't just a format, they're a culture, and cassette culture is as much about collaboration as doing it yourself. This year we've gone even further to try and include as many tape fans around the world. We want as many people as possible to be able to get involved and put out a tape, put on a gig or event, or get hold of that release they really want".

Labels will also be encouraged to make their tape releases available online on CSD this year, rather than holding off with online sales to give high street shops a head start. Long goes on: "While we still want as many stores as possible involved, we felt there was too much burden on understaffed shops to order from the release list and smaller labels were being left out. We also felt that fans in more remote areas were excluded from the celebrations if they didn't have a store near them. Hopefully this way we can include everyone for the best Cassette Store Day yet".

You can see the full list of this year's CSD releases here.

Universal Music buys into Indian festival
As Universal Music in the US stages a festival in LA next month, and with parent company Vivendi recently announcing some live music ventures in Africa, now Universal Music India has taken a 50% stake in a festival there. Perhaps Universal could have a quick whip round in the office and buy SFX, so to get into this live entertainment game big time.

The mega-major's India division has announced a joint venture with Twisted Entertainment giving the former a 50% stake in the latter's Enchanted Valley Carnival, which takes place in Aamby Valley City each December. Through the deal, the event's promoters hope to scale up the festival.

Commenting on the new live music venture, Devraj Sanyal, Universal's CEO for South Asia, told BusinessLine: "We want to cover all aspects of music, be it digital, large format events or music labels. We are primarily a music label but we are entering the festival business".

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Live Nation COO departs to lead operations at big new sports show
Live Nation UK's long-standing COO John Probyn has left the live music major and is now heading up operations at The Sports Show, a big new family sports event that will be taking place at Birmingham's NEC next June.

Probyn will run the event with its founder Ed Rusling, while the NEC company - which was sold by Birmingham City Council to Lloyds' private equity division earlier this year - has taken a 25% stake in the new venture.

Confirming his new role, Probyn told reporters: "I am very excited to be joining The Sports Show, it's a challenging project but I will be part of a world class team and the opportunity to deliver something that has never been done before was just too hard to turn down".

He went on: "My time at Live Nation has been fantastic, a real challenge, where we achieved a huge amount of success, however my focus and attention is now firmly on delivery the biggest sporting event that the NEC has ever seen. I'm very eager to get cracking, June will come around awfully quickly and there's lot of exciting things to deliver in between".

Guardian staffers take senior editorial roles at Vice
Vice has got itself a new Editor In Chief and a new Managing Editor for the UK, both joining from The Guardian, because Vice basically is the new Guardian, of course. Hey Guardian journalists, you're all just working for the old Vice. Though not Rebecca Nicholson and Jenny Stevens, because they are heading to the new Guardian, yes, to The Manchester Vice.

Confirming Nicholson's appointment as Editor In Chief UK, Vice's Global Head Of Content Alex Miller put on his boasting hat and told reporters: "In a world where the left and right wing of British media are converging in a puddle of clickbait, Vice UK needs more than ever to maintain its originality and its voice. Rebecca is the person to help us do that. Only someone with her editorial vision and charisma can ensure that while we continue to grow dramatically, we never stumble into the pitfalls of the mainstream. I can't wait to start working with her".

Meanwhile Nicholson declared: "After learning a huge amount during my time at the Guardian, I'm incredibly excited to be joining Vice UK and getting involved with its unique and frank approach to such a variety of stories. Vice UK has changed a lot over the last few years and I can't wait to work with its outstanding team of young journalists on shaping the next incarnation".

Do you think that's code for "Vice was shit but got good last year"? I think it might be.

Nicholson joins Vice in November, while Stevens will become Managing Editor next month. Oh, and there have been some internal promotions too, with Jamie Clifton becoming Deputy Editor of Vice.com and Elektra Kotsoni rising to European Editorial Director. So good news all round for business card printers.

  Vigsy's Club Tip: Phonica Twelfth Birthday at Oval Space
It's an all-dayer at Oval Space to celebrate Soho record shop Phonica's twelfth year in the game, featuring François K, aka François Kevorkian, who has been DJing ever since the mid-1970s, starting out at Studio54 in NYC. Still cutting it, he released a much lauded compo for the Renaissance series a couple of years ago.

Other highlights of the line-up include Moritz von Oswald (aka Maurizio / Basic Channel) and the Parisian deep house don DJ Deep. Also playing will be Shed, Nummer Live, GE-OLOGY, Roi Perez and, of course, the Phonica DJs.

Sixteen hours of fun and frolics. Let's hope that Indian summer arrives to make use of Oval Space's terrace.

Saturday 12 Sep, Oval Space, 29-32 The Oval, Bethnal Green, London, E2 9DT, 2pm-6am, £20. More info here.
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Libertines fail to show up for London gig
The Libertines failed to appear for their show at Camden's Electric Ballroom last night, the audience eventually being told at around 11.30pm that a "medical situation" meant that the show would be postponed.

According to the NME, a spokesperson told the increasingly disgruntled crowd: "Due to an emergency - a medical situation - tonight's show is being postponed. I say postponed because I mean postponed, not cancelled. A new date will be released tomorrow".

A statement posted to the band's Facebook page at 1am added: "Due to unforeseen circumstances tonight the Libertines have had to postpone their sold out shows at the Electric Ballroom in Camden and at the Ritz in Manchester tomorrow night. Peter, Carl, John and Gary apologise whole-heartedly to their fans and will reschedule both shows as soon as possible. This will not effect any of The Libertines' other commitments".

The band's new album, 'Anthems For A Doomed Youth', is out today.

Abz planning Five country covers album, if BRIT Award sale falls through
As you know, former Five member Abz is selling the Best Newcomer BRIT Award he won with the group in 2000, with bidding topping £1 million. Nice little earner that. If only he had more. Well, maybe he will. Because he's just announced plans to release an album of solo versions of Five songs with a "country feel".

Speaking to The Sun about that high bid for his trophy, Abz said: "I'm scared to believe it's real at the moment. I'm frightened it's a fake bid. I used it to prop open my door. Truly, I'm not even joking. It was a loo roll holder at one point. I bet you there are a few BRIT Award winners who are looking at theirs a bit differently now".

These days working as a farmer, the BRITs gong was put on sale to fund the purchase of some topsoil "and maybe some garden tools", which I think it's fair to say he will be able to afford if the bidding is genuine. But if not, there is a plan B - that previously mentioned album.

"I've recorded the Five songs with a slight country feel", he explained. "I've done a song called 'Lamb Dunk The Funk', 'Keep On Mooooooving' and 'When the Mice Go Out'. Serious".

Sounds like a million selling, award winner to me.

Tinashe, Fetty Wap, Joanna Newsom, more

Other notable announcements and developments today...

• Tinashe has uploaded a new track called 'Party Favors'. It features Young Thug and is dead good.

• Fetty Wap has uploaded a new video for 'Trap Niggas'. Watch here.

• Scouting For Girls will release a new album, 'Still Thinking About You', on 16 Oct. Released a week earlier as a single, this is 'Life's Too Short'.

Here's a new track from Blue Daisy, 'Gravediggers', taken from upcoming album 'Darker Than Blue'. R&S will release the long player on 25 Sep.

Approved earlier this year, Dralms will release his debut album, 'Shook', though Full Time Hobby on 2 Oct.

• Muncie Girls and Sandlotkids will release a split single through Uncle M Records. Listen to Muncie Girls' effort here.

• Joanna Newsom is coming to the UK. Quick everyone, tidy up a bit. She'll play Manchester's Albert Hall on 31 Oct, Brighton's Dome on 1 Nov, and the Hammersmith Apollo in London on 9 Nov.

CMU Beef Of The Week #269: Sam Smith v The Truth
Sam Smith, eh. Sam bloody Smith. Poll topper. Million seller. Record breaker. Award winner. Surgery survivor. Charity supporter. Live advertiser. Liar.

And what a liar. Such a big liar. Lying is probably Smith's defining characteristic. If they gave out prizes for lying, he'd probably win as many for that as he has for his music. I mean, really, how can we trust anything he says? How can we really be sure that he had no idea that 'Stay With Me' sounded very slightly like 'I Won't Back Down' by Tom Petty? Just because he says he didn't, doesn't mean it's true.

Because, let's face it, he was given ample opportunity to admit that he had recorded the theme song for new James Bond film 'Spectre', and yet he chose to lie about it. And he pulled Ellie Goulding into that lie too, which is probably the worst thing about this whole sorry affair. Don't draw poor, innocent Ellie into your sordid pit of untruths, Sam Smith. If that is your real name.

It turns out that Smith's Bond theme has actually been in the can since January, and he first met with director Sam Mendes and Bond overseer Barbara Broccoli over a year ago to discuss it. A bloody year! Which would mean that this Sun article from last August was actually correct. Even though, just days later, Smith told the NME that he had "no idea" what the tabloid was going on about. He even said he hadn't read the article, which I bet wasn't true either.

Speaking to BBC News this week, Smith reveled in his deception, saying: "I'm actually really proud of how good I am at lying. There was one interview I did where I saved the clip and was like, 'Everyone, look how amazing I am at acting'. I had to just deny, deny, deny, that's what I wanted to do".

"The only thing [I felt guilty about] was [that] people put words in my mouth and said that I said that Ellie Goulding was doing it, which I never did", he added. "So I just hope people know that. But other than that, yeah, I'm a liar. I'm a filthy liar".

Such a filthy liar, in fact, that he still can't stop himself even now that it's all come out. Because he did say that Ellie Goulding was doing it. Or at least he suggested she was, in order to throw people off the scent. Look, here in this interview with Capital FM back in July you can see the words "I heard Ellie Goulding was doing it" come right out of his dirty, lying mouth. And then here again on Absolute Radio. Asked who he thinks should record the Bond song, what is the first name to come out of his mouth? Yes, Ellie fucking Goulding.

He also says in that BBC interview that he wasn't 100% happy with his lying, because he told the truth to a handful of people. "It was really difficult [keeping it a secret]. I told my family – my mum and dad and my sisters, and I did tell my best friend. But that was kind of it. Even now though, I regret telling anyone. I should have told no one and just released it".

Brazen! Is this an indication of what he'll do next time he has a project he's contractually bound to keep quiet about? I hope not, but I fear that it is. The lies, the dishonesty, the downright trickery, I just can't believe it. The depths this man will go to.

And lengths, I should add, are not something he went to in actually writing the song. In his BBC interview he explained: "It was actually the easiest thing I've done, in terms of music. I was in RAK Studios in London, and I was actually recording a vocal to 'Lay Me Down'. Jimmy Napes, who I wrote the song with, just played this chord, and I was like, 'Stop the recording, we have to go and attempt this'. And we went into the studio next door and we literally wrote the song in like 20 minutes. And then I recorded the demo, and the vocal that's on the actual song is the demo. It was the quickest thing I've ever done in my life".

Although how can we know that is even true? Maybe he spent months on it. Months and months. Maybe he's just trying to present himself as someone from whom music pours out of. When, in fact, an enemy of the truth such as Sam Smith struggles to pull any real emotion from his soul. How can we even know he wrote this song? How, readers, can we even know that he recorded it? Maybe there is no song. Maybe there is no film. Maybe 'Spectre' is an invention of Sam Smith's sick mind. Has even the character of James Bond been something he has just convinced us we all grew up with, when in fact the very notion of Bond doesn't actually exist? It is impossible at this stage to say.

The only thing I absolutely know to be true is that Sam Smith is a liar. And that makes me sick to my very core.

 
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