FRIDAY 9 OCTOBER 2015
TODAY'S TOP STORY: MegaUpload founder Kim Dotcom has taken to the stand in the ongoing extradition hearing taking place in New Zealand. As much previously reported, the US authorities want to extradite Dotcom and his former colleagues at the long defunct file-transfer business to face allegations of money laundering, racketeering and rampant copyright infringement in relation... [READ MORE]
 
TODAY'S APPROVED: Soundcrash brings two big guns to NW5 for a lesson in house: Messrs Jefferson and Terry. NYC's 'Todd The God' is pretty much responsible for what progressive and modern deep house is today. And you can't really say that about many DJs. Although, having said that, Marshall Jefferson stands up to him in terms of kudos. Recording classics for Trax Records... [READ MORE]
 
BEEF OF THE WEEK: Musicians being accused of ripping off other musicians is nothing new. It's a tale as old as time. The first amoeba to crawl up onto the land only did so to complain that another had stolen a song from it. Sometimes these claims go to court and damages are awarded. Will.i.am prefers to settle out of court. And this dispute was settled in an altogether more... [READ MORE]
 
CMU PODCAST: CMU's Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review the week in music and the music business, including Pandora's acquisition of ticketing service Ticketfly, Modular Recordings' legal disputes with Universal Music and BMG, the US Copyright Royalty Board's review of SoundExchange royalties and George Osborne's love of NWA. The CMU Podcast is sponsored by 7digital... [LISTEN HERE]
TOP STORIES Kim Dotcom takes to the stand in MegaUpload extradition hearing
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LEGAL EMI loses 'Santa Claus' in termination rights case
Justin Bieber would like you to stop looking at his penis
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LABELS & PUBLISHERS FATdrop to offer premium promo service for DJs
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LIVE BUSINESS Attitude Is Everything announces Venue Day tie up
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MEDIA Musicians join plea for government to protect BBC music services
BBC says it can't afford to fund digital radio switchover
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RELEASES Amy Winehouse documentary soundtrack to be released
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ONE LINERS Spotify, Avicii, Iggy Azalea, more
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AND FINALLY... CMU Beef Of The Week #274: Hozier v Chilly Gonzales
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Kim Dotcom takes to the stand in MegaUpload extradition hearing
MegaUpload founder Kim Dotcom has taken to the stand in the ongoing extradition hearing taking place in New Zealand. As much previously reported, the US authorities want to extradite Dotcom and his former colleagues at the long defunct file-transfer business to face allegations of money laundering, racketeering and rampant copyright infringement in relation to their former company.

While the prosecution in the extradition hearing, who kicked off the proceedings, ran through their various allegations and evidence against Dotcom et al, so far much of the defence's time has been spent arguing that the extradition hearing itself should be postponed.

This has long been the defence's standpoint, of course, and the hearing has been postponed many times before. The key argument from Team Mega - which was presented just before the extradition hearing began, on its first day, and again this week - is that the US authorities are refusing to allow the defendants to use funds seized by the feds when they shut down MegaUpload in 2012 to pay for American legal representation.

The prosecution argue that the case currently centres on New Zealand extradition law and not American copyright or criminal law, and that some of the seized funds have been provided to hire domestic legal representation. But that domestic legal representation insists it needs US legal expertise to ensure its clients have a fair trial.

Most of the questions answered by Dotcom in court yesterday focused on his financial situation and the lawyers he could and could not afford. He said that he'd sold his shares in the companies he set up post-MegaUpload - new file-transfer service Mega and direct-to-fan platform Baboom - and made about $20 million, and that this money had been used to fund legal costs and his family's living expenses.

It was noted that, since the shutdown of MegaUpload, Dotcom had donated $4.8 million to the Internet Party in his failed attempt to wield political influence in his adopted home country. Could that not have been spent on US legal counsel, prosecutors asked. "If I had a crystal ball and I could see the future, in hindsight I could have done that", Dotcom replied, according to the New Zealand Herald. "But at the time, for me, there was no reason to believe there wasn't more unrestrained funds coming from my business ventures".

Suggesting that Dotcom continued to lead a pretty expensive lifestyle, and perhaps some of those monies could have been set aside for legal costs too, the Mega man added: "If I wanted to be homeless and sack all my staff and kick my kids out of school I could've done that, yes".

Earlier in the day Dotcom's highest profile legal rep, US attorney Ira Rothken, said he would need about half a million to hire the people needed to assure his client a fair trial, and that if he got those funds it would take about six months to get together a solid defence.

The case continues.

EMI loses Santa Claus Is Coming To Town in termination rights case
Well, they could have waited a couple of months to rule on this, given this lawsuit was nicely filed just as the Christmas festivities were getting under way in 2011, and then the original ruling followed almost exactly two years later. But now we have an autumnal development in the long-running copyright dispute over the song 'Santa Claus Is Coming To Town'.

This case centres on the termination rights of songwriters under US copyright law. The writers of the festive hit, J Fred Coots and Haven Gillespie, assigned the rights in the song to publisher Leo Feist back in the 1930s, with subsequent deals being made between the songwriters and their publisher in 1951 and 1981. EMI Music Publishing then acquired Feist's publishing company and catalogue later in the 1980s.

Under US copyright law, songwriters have a right to terminate their publishing contracts after 35 years, though that law stems from the mid-1970s, so the impact of it has only started to occur in recent years. Back in 2007, Coots' estate filed termination papers, putting EMI on notice that they wanted to take back the rights in the song. Word had it there had been talks to transfer administration of the work to Warner/Chappell.

There are complications with termination rights where publishing deals have previously been renegotiated. Given the various renegotiations that had occurred in relation to this song over the years, EMI therefore argued that the Coots estate no longer had a termination right. The estate countered that the 1981 deal constituted a new contract and that termination should be allowed 35 years after that arrangement.

However, back in 1981 Feist never filed the appropriate papers with the US Copyright Office to confirm that fact, so at first instance in this dispute the courts sided with EMI, ruling that the Coots family no longer had the right to terminate.

An appeal followed, and this week judges in the Second Circuit Court Of Appeals ruled that the 1981 agreement "made it sufficiently clear that the parties intended to replace the earlier contract", even though some of the required formalities hadn't been fulfilled. Therefore, the contract as currently stands had never been renegotiated, termination rights stand, and the family can bloody well get the copyright back next year.

So that's fun. EMI is yet to comment, but the lawyer repping the Coots family said it was a "well-reasoned decision".

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Justin Bieber would like you to stop looking at his penis
Justin Bieber would like you to stop looking at his penis. So stop it. Stop it right now. Stop looking at his penis. How would you like it if people were looking at your penis? Assuming you have one. If not, imagine you do and then imagine people looking at it. How do you feel now? Well, exactly. That's how Justin Bieber feels. And given that he's the world's nicest guy, we should probably do as he asks.

Paparazzi photos of Bieber wandering around in the nude were published by the New York Daily News earlier this week. This sparked two debates. Firstly, is Justin Bieber's penis massive or tiny? No one seems sure. Secondly, is that even Justin Bieber in those photos?

Well, ladies and gentleman, at the very least the second debate has been resolved. The pictures show both Justin Bieber and Justin Bieber's penis. This was helpfully confirmed by the popstar's lawyers in a cease-and-desist letter to the NYDN.

"We recently became informed that your company has obtained and is distributing unauthorised photographs of our client including images showing him without clothing" says the letter, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Their client is Justin Bieber. And by association his penis. So now we know what you've been looking at.

Legal action was threatened if the newspaper continued to distribute the photos, citing privacy and publicity rights. The pictures currently remain on its website, but the penis has now been obscured. So that's the end of that. Except that there are approximately four billion places online now where you can see the uncensored pictures. So just go and find one of them, if you're that interested in continuing to look at them.

Honestly, you should be ashamed of yourself, encouraging such invasions of privacy. You're the reason things like this continue to happen. Maybe for every picture of Bieber's penis you look at you should have to post a picture of your own online. If you have one. If not, just imagine you do and post a picture of that.

FATdrop to offer premium promo service for DJs
Digital promo platform FATdrop, which many labels use to distribute pre-release content to DJs, journalists and other opinion formers, earlier this week announced it is launching a new premium service offering extra functionality to those at the receiving end of the tracks being promoted.

The add-on services are mainly aimed at professional DJs and will be accessible via a FATdrop app, and include "a fully syncable promo inbox, including playback and download functionality, even when the device is out of signal or offline".

The premium service costs £3.99 a month, and it's the DJ who will pay the subscription fee. Says FATdrop: "At a time when labels of all stripes are under huge financial pressures, the move is an attempt to rebalance the ecosystem, reducing pressure on those labels - many of which operate as a labour of love - and allows DJs to offer greater support to the record business".

Of course, while superstar DJs are some of the highest earners in music, plenty of others spinning tunes in clubs and on the radio operate on much more limited means, while the media many of them work for are often facing financial pressures as significant as the labels, and in some cases more so.

However, FATdrop stresses that their current service is still available to DJs and journalists for free, and that the new premium set-up is for those clubbing and media contacts who would appreciate the extra functionality, and not mind paying a little for it.

The company's Founder and Director, Alex Stacey told CMU: "We spoke to a number of DJs and journalists at different levels in the industry when designing the new model and - although of course it's not going to be right for everyone - we think it'll click for a lot of people. Our goal here is to support the labels putting out great music and we hope that this will go some way towards doing that. It's important to note that this is an additional tier and for those happy to send or receive promos in the same way they have been, they don't need to change anything".

Attitude Is Everything announces Venue Day tie up
Attitude Is Everything, the charity that encourages the live music sector to improve accessibility to its events for deaf and disabled music fans, has come on board as the latest partner for this month's Venues Day festivities, which take place at Ministry Of Sound on 20 Oct.

Since last year's inaugural Venues Day, which brings together the grass roots live music sector, a number of smaller venues have newly signed up to Attitude Is Everything's Charter Of Best Practice, with the likes of New Cross Inn and Putney's Half Moon getting involved. This year the organisation will seek to sign up even more, with the charity's Gideon Feldman on hand to explain the benefits of improved access to smaller venues.

Confirming its involvement again this year, Attitude Is Everything's CEO Suzanne Bull told reporters: "Working with smaller venues has become a real priority for Attitude Is Everything. These places are the lifeblood of our music communities and it is essential that they can be as inclusive as possible. There are a number of cost-effective and easy-to-implement changes that all live music promoters can make - and, as proven by ticket sales at our Charter venues and festivals, attracting greater numbers of disabled fans and disabled artists is not only good for their business, but for British music overall".

Musicians join plea for government to protect BBC music services
A group of musicians, composers, music industry reps and other miscellaneous people have formally signed up to the music community's campaign to save BBC Music from cuts in the broadcaster's ongoing charter review.

As previously reported, the BBC's Royal Charter is up for renewal, and with the current government keen to shut down anything and everything that might make people who live in the UK happy, the organisation is facing big budget cuts. Though the Beeb is remaining slightly optimistic, proposing things like the launch of its own streaming service.

Less optimistic is cross-music industry trade body UK Music, which has been developing its #LetItBeeb campaign to highlight all the important work the BBC does in bringing British acts to public attention and beyond. That initiative will formally launch at an event in Parliament on Monday. A petition is already gathering signatures, calling on the government to protect BBC music services from cuts.

Among the artists to so far sign up to the campaign are Paul McCartney, Sam Smith, Coldplay, Little Mix, Boy George, Rita Ora, Paul Epworth and Disclosure.

Various artists involved have provided quotes, all of which were included in the press release. It would be rude not to give them all their say, but we're rapidly running out of space, so we'll have to just give you the gist - especially as Bob Geldof's quote was included twice (censored and uncensored). Anyway, I'm just using up more valuable space justifying this to you. Best get on with it...

Paloma Faith: "Kylie Minogue"

Bob Geldof: "F**k off"

Brian Eno: "For almost a hundred years"

Judith Weir: "I believe"

New Order: "It just doesn't bear thinking about, does it?"

Rachel Portman: "The important issue of climate change"

Chrissie Hynde: "The BBC has no rival anywhere".

Annie Lennox: "I don't know whether I'd have become a performer".

Bob Geldof: "Fuck off"

Seriously though, all you Tory bastards, get your fucking hands off the BBC. Here's a website with more information.

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BBC says it can't afford to fund digital radio switchover
More Beeb news now, and as it continues to try and save a bit of cash here and there, the BBC has ruled itself out of funding the cost of convincing Britain to switch from analogue to digital radio and building the infrastructure to make that happen. Which I'm sure will please all those commercial media companies that always complain about how unfair it is that the BBC has all that public funding. Come on guys, this is what you wanted, isn't it?

According to the Guardian, the BBC said in response to the government's green paper on the broadcaster's future yesterday: "Within the budget funding agreement, the BBC cannot fund the costs of such a switchover without significantly impacting services. It would be counter-productive for the BBC to be required to help fund switchover to a digital world from which it was simultaneously removing much-loved digital radio services".

Putting a figure on the infrastructure cost of switchover, it continued: "Further build out of the [digital audio broadcasting] networks to reach the same coverage as FM would be a major undertaking, likely to increase radio distribution costs by between £40m to £45m a year exclusive of any work to maintain the existing networks. We are not convinced of the value for money case for any further such investment, particularly while digital listening remains below 50%, with DAB listening only a proportion of that".

Currently overall digital listening in the UK stands at around 40%, and that figure includes radio services accessed through internet and TV platforms. As previously reported, the government's original aim for convincing the public to stop using AM and FM services was this year, but during the last government media minister Ed Vaizey admitted that 2020 was now looking more likely. Meanwhile last year, OfCom started issuing twelve year analogue licences to broadcasters - increased from the seven years it cut them down to in 2010 - which would suggest it's not really confident in a switchover coming before 2024.

The BBC did fund the campaign for the switchover to digital TV, which proved very successful. Though arguably we were already moving quite happily in that direction, aided by TV manufacturers deciding that we should all buy shiny new digital sets. To date, the growth of digital radio has not enjoyed such enthusiastic backing from across the whole industry.

  Vigsy's Club Tip: Todd Terry & Marshall Jefferson - The Godfathers Of House at The Forum
Soundcrash brings two big guns to NW5 for a lesson in house: Messrs Jefferson and Terry.

NYC's 'Todd The God' is pretty much responsible for what progressive and modern deep house is today. And you can't really say that about many DJs.

Although, having said that, Marshall Jefferson stands up to him in terms of kudos. Recording classics for Trax Records, with his seminal 'Move Your Body' his sound hugely influenced the acid and deep house scenes in the late 80s.

Joining these two big hitters are Josey Rebelle a resident of over five years on Rinse FM, plus Ossie, who has releases on Hyperdub, 20/20, Wolf Music and Meno.

Saturday 10 Oct, The Forum, 9 Highgate Road, Kentish Town, London, NW5 1JY, 10pm - 4am, £19.50. More info here.
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Amy Winehouse documentary soundtrack to be released
The soundtrack to Amy Winehouse documentary 'Amy' is to be released though Universal/Island on 30 Oct. It will feature various unreleased tracks and alternative versions of Winehouse songs, plus Antonio Pinto's score for the film.

As previously discussed on an edition of the CMU Podcast, Universal Music UK CEO David Joseph claims to have destroyed the demos for Winehouse's third album. This may therefore be the final posthumous release from the singer. Probably not though, eh?

Here's the tracklist:

1. Antonio Pinto - Opening
2. Amy Winehouse - Stronger Than Me
3. Antonio Pinto - Poetic Finale
4. Amy Winehouse - What Is It About Men (Live At North Sea Jazz Festival)
5. Antonio Pinto - Walk
6. Amy Winehouse - Some Unholy War (Downtempo Version)
7. Antonio Pinto - Holiday Texts
8. Antonio Pinto - Kidnapping Amy
9. Amy Winehouse - Like Smoke (Demo)
10. Amy Winehouse - Tears Dry On Their Own
11. Antonio Pinto - Seperacao Fotos
12. Strange Cargo - The Name Of The Wave
13. Amy Winehouse - Back To Black (Acapella / Album Medley)
14. Antonio Pinto - Cynthia
15. Amy Winehouse - Rehab (Live On Later... With Jools Holland)
16. Antonio Pinto - In the Studio
17. Amy Winehouse - We're Still Friends (Live At Union Chapel)
18. Antonio Pinto - Amy Lives
19. Amy Winehouse - Love Is A Losing Game (Live At The Mercury Awards)
20. Antonio Pinto - Arrested
21. Amy Winehouse & Tony Bennett - Body and Soul
22. Antonio Pinto - Amy Forever
23. Amy Winehouse - Valerie (Live At The BBC)

Spotify, Avicii, Iggy Azalea, more

Other notable announcements and developments today...

• Spotify has announced that one billion tracks have been streamed on its Discover Weekly playlists in the ten weeks since their launch. So that's nice.

• Avicii has launched an "interactive Instagram story" as part of the promotion for his new album 'Stories'. What does that mean? It's probably easiest if you just go and look for yourself.

• Iggy Azalea's new album is apparently called 'Digital Distortion', although there is still time to change it. Seriously, that's a terrible title Iggy.

• Hey, Mr Hudson is back. He's just put out a new track called 'Dancing Thru It'.

• Petite Meller has released the video for her new single, 'Barbaric'.

• Du Blonde - aka Beth Jeans Horton - is touring the UK this month, and has just announced another London show in February. Here's the new video for 'Raw Honey' too.

CMU Beef Of The Week #274: Hozier v Chilly Gonzales
Musicians being accused of ripping off other musicians is nothing new. It's a tale as old as time. The first amoeba to crawl up onto the land only did so to complain that another had stolen a song from it. Sometimes these claims go to court and damages are awarded. Will.i.am prefers to settle out of court. And this dispute was settled in an altogether more gentlemanly manner.

Yeah, that's right, this beef was actually resolved this week. Does that count? Fuck it, it counts. Chilly Gonzales has publicly apologised to Hozier, after the former suggested that the latter's tedious 2014 hit 'Take Me To Church' ripped off Feist's 'How Come You Never Go There', which was released in 2011, and which he played on.

Gonzales made the claim in the latest of his excellent 'Pop Music Masterclass' videos on YouTube, in which he deconstructs pop songs. In the now deleted clip, he said that it was “a crazy coincidence that my good friend and musical little sister Feist with her song 'How Come You Never Go There' had the exact same idea to use those chords and that slow triple time as Hozier”. Cheeky.

But Gonzales has now seen the error of his ways, and declared on Facebook: "I would like to fully retract any and all implication of copyright infringement in last week's Pop Music Masterclass 'Take Me To Church' and sincerely apologise to Hozier whose work I respect".

There had been reports that Hozier was considering legal action, like a big humourless jerk. However, this was not the case, he said in his own Facebook post: "There has been some talk in the press of legal action and I'd like to clarify my position and the goings-on of the past week for fear that gossip runs unchecked, as it often does".

"What was sought from my end was an apology and redaction of an unfair inferral", he continued, like a big humourless jerk. Although any "unfair inferral" was clearly his own fault. The unfair implication was possibly Gonzales's responsibility.

Having seen the apology and checked the redaction, Hozier said he was appreciative, and of Gonzales he committed to "continue to follow and respect his work and look forward to moving on from this issue".

So there you go. Let's watch Gonzales' deconstruction of 'Shake It Off', in which no one is accused of theft.

 
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