TUESDAY 27 OCTOBER 2015
TODAY'S TOP STORY: More fun times for fans of web-blocking now. Over 50 websites have been blocked by internet service providers in Portugal as a result of a voluntary agreement reached between government, the entertainment industry and the net sector's trade body. As previously reported, web-blocks are being used in an increasing number of countries in a bid to counter piracy. ISPs... [READ MORE]
 
TODAY'S APPROVED: Hey, Grimes is back. That's nice to know. I mean, we obviously knew she had a new album coming out soon, but now there's some actual music to listen to. And - good news - it is good. 'Flesh Without Blood' sees the musician take a step further towards a mainstream sound without for a moment selling herself out. The leap from last album 'Visions'... [READ MORE]
 
CMU PODCAST: CMU's Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review the week in music and the music business, including the unveiling of YouTube's Red subscription service, Victory Records' mechanical rights dispute with Spotify, the debates around the Music Venue Trust's Venues Day conference and this year's Mercury Prize shortlist. The CMU Podcast is sponsored by 7digital... [LISTEN HERE]
TOP STORIES More web-blocks in Europe: Portugal and Ukraine join the party
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LEGAL Deadmau5 sues original label over remixes
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DEALS Radar Music Videos launches sneaky US office
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LABELS & PUBLISHERS CISAC releases 2014 collective licensing figures
RCA allies with Dance Anthems host on new label
British Library acquires D'Oyly Carte archive
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LIVE BUSINESS Tidal gets naming rights of theatre set-up at Barclay Center
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DIGITAL & D2F SERVICES Spotify launches In Residence radio-style playlists
Soundrop launches Playlist Sync
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ARTIST NEWS Fat White Family announce second album, Songs For Our Mothers
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GIGS & FESTIVALS Beastie Boys musical to open in London
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ONE LINERS Songs Publishing, Universal, U2, more
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AND FINALLY... Adele's flip phone is romantic, can we all shut up about it now?
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MUSIC PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION - MEMBERSHIP MANAGER (LONDON)
The Music Publishers Association is seeking a self-motivated, proactive, confident and sociable Membership Manager to manage its membership base, driving expansion whilst continuing to build on existing relationships with members.

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MPA GROUP OF COMPANIES - EVENTS MANAGER (LONDON)
The recently reorganised MPA Group of Companies is seeking a highly organised, well connected, confident and creative Events Manager to be responsible for the planning and delivery of its full and varied events calendar.

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MPA GROUP OF COMPANIES - PROJECT CO-ORDINATOR (LONDON)
The recently reorganised MPA Group of Companies is seeking a highly organised, multi-tasker with strong analytical and research skills, working closely with its Chief Executive to take on, develop and see through the completion of specific projects across all companies in the MPA Group.

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MPA GROUP OF COMPANIES - TEAM ADMINISTRATOR (LONDON)
The recently reorganised MPA Group of Companies is seeking a highly organised, pro-active, efficient and positive team player to work as its Team Administrator, taking responsibility for specific licensing related duties as well as offering admin support to its staff and assisting with the smooth running of its office.

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THE ORCHARD - INTERACTIVE MARKETING MANAGER (LONDON)
We’re looking for a savvy, seasoned music marketer to promote The Orchard’s distributed artists in Europe and beyond. The ideal candidate’s specialty lies in creating and executing strategic marketing campaigns designed to generate publicity and awareness, build audiences, engage fans, and drive sales and revenue for new releases and catalogue titles.

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LISTEN UP - EVENT PRESS CO-ORDINATOR (LONDON)
We are currently hiring an experienced Events Press Co-ordinator to join the events team at Listen Up. The candidate will need one year of experience in print and online events campaigns.

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DOMINO PUBLISHING - COPYRIGHT & PUBLISHING ASSISTANT (LONDON)
Domino Publishing requires a passionate music person to assist the copyright and royalties staff. This is a unique opportunity to work within the worldwide hub of a young, expanding music publishing company and help us provide an unrivalled and exemplary service to our songwriters and publishers.

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CHALK PRESS AGENCY - ONLINE MUSIC PR (LONDON)
The Chalk Press Agency are seeking an experienced Online Music PR. The ideal candidate will have at least three years experience in online press with an unwavering passion for breaking new artists, and re-introducing global names with sharp, ideas-driven campaigns, and with proven results.

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IMPRESSIVE PR - SENIOR MUSIC PR (LONDON)
Impressive PR are looking for an experienced Senior Music Publicist salary approx £25-35K+ dependent on experience, specifically for publicists who know the job and have excellent music media contacts and potential to bring in their own clients.

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[PIAS] ARTIST & LABEL SERVICES - CHANNEL MANAGER (LONDON)
We are looking to recruit a replacement Channel Manager within the Artist & Label Services team to manage YouTube, Vevo and other digital platforms, as needed. Experience and knowledge of YouTube, including its CMS, and the general workings of Vevo would be a distinct advantage.

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SSE ARENA, WEMBLEY - OPERATIONS MANAGER (LONDON)
The purpose of this role is to successfully deliver all allocated events to meet the needs of our clients and customers, fulfil our health and safety responsibilities, and maximise the profitability of the Arena through effective cost control and developing additional revenue opportunities.

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GLOBAL PUBLICITY - PR CO-ORDINATOR (LONDON/BERLIN)
Global Publicity specialise in worldwide PR and communications for music, festivals and events. We are currently recruiting for an experienced PR Co-ordinator based in London or Berlin. As the PR Co-ordinator you will work across multiple accounts, taking responsibility for day-to-day activities such as campaign planning, writing press releases, contacting media with news about our projects, updating social media and keeping press reports and admin up to date.

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THE O2 - MARKETING MANAGER, ENTERTAINMENT (LONDON)
For the eigth year running, The O2 has secured its status as the world’s most popular music venue (we do sport too), hence the importance of selling tickets and supporting content in the arena and across the campus has never been greater. The focus of this role is to develop marketing campaigns with the primary objective of selling tickets to all events at The O2. Experience working with ticket agents, promoters and event organisers (as well as an understanding of trends and marketing tools geared to drive ticket sales) is essential in order to succeed in this role.

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More web-blocks in Europe: Portugal and Ukraine join the party
More fun times for fans of web-blocking now. Over 50 websites have been blocked by internet service providers in Portugal as a result of a voluntary agreement reached between government, the entertainment industry and the net sector's trade body.

As previously reported, web-blocks are being used in an increasing number of countries in a bid to counter piracy. ISPs are ordered to stop their users from accessing websites deemed by one authority or another to be rampant copyright infringers. The blocks are usually instigated by a court injunction, either as a result of new web-blocking laws or, as in the UK, simply by a specific interpretation of existing copyright rules.

Though in Portugal, where The Pirate Bay was blocked earlier this year, a special process has now been formalised by the country's Ministry Of Culture and the Association Of Telecommunication Operators, in liaison with reps for the content industries, that will seemingly make web-blocking there even easier.

According to Torrentfreak, over 50 sites were blocked this weekend as a result of the new initiative, including the usual suspects like KickassTorrents and ExtraTorrent. But that's just the start of it, with hundreds of sites now likely to be blocked in the country, meaning Portugal could soon have more sites blocked than the UK, which has been particularly prolific in the web-blocking domain to date.

Meanwhile, moves are afoot in Ukraine to introduce web-block laws and nice big heavy fines for companies who do not comply with anti-piracy efforts. The new legislation being considered in the country is almost certainly a response to international pressure, especially from the US, to do more to crackdown on copyright infringement, with several piracy ventures - including the aforementioned ExtraTorrent - having bases in Ukraine.

Of course web-blocks are only partly effective, because it's relatively easy to circumvent the blockades, though rights owners still see them as a key tool in trying to persuade web-users to use legit rather than copyright infringing content platforms online.

Deadmau5 sues original label over remixes
Deadmau5 has sued a former business associate over allegations that she released remixes of his early work without the required permissions.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the producer - real name Joel Zimmerman - worked with Canadian label Play Records about a decade ago while he was starting out. Initially he created remixes for the company, and later signing publishing and management agreements with the firm and its co-founder Melleny Brown (aka Melleny Melody or Melleefresh).

After relocating to London in 2007, Zimmerman switched his management allegiances, and negotiated his way out of his contracts with Brown. That deal saw the producer pay a sum of money to Play Records, while also assigning ownership of some of his early songs and recordings to the company. However, that deal seemingly said that any future remixes of those tracks could not be released without his "prior written consent".

Now, Zimmerman claims, Play has released new remixes of his early work without his OK, and has plans for future such releases. That, he reckons in a $10 million lawsuit, constitutes breach of contact, as well as infringing his trademarks and moral rights under Canadian copyright law. The former because the defendant allegedly used the artist's registered marks on its new releases, the latter because the remixes are "not of good technical and commercial quality".

Play Records is yet to respond.

Radar Music Videos launches sneaky US office
Radar Music Videos has announced a new partnership with Sneak Attack Media, giving the video director and artist/label matching service a base in the US. New York City, to be precise.

The new North American office will aim to provide faster hook-ups for directors working with budgets of between $800 and $25,000. Label clients in the US include Universal Music, Ultra Music, Wind-Up Records, Tommy Boy Records, Nettwerk Records and Caroline International.

The news is "spiffing", Radar boss Caroline Bottomley exclusively told CMU in a lengthy dialogue about the deal. She added in a press statement, which we'll also include because we're so nice: "Opening our US base is an exciting milestone for us. Both our US clients and US creative numbers are growing. Sneak Attack are the perfect partner, with a reputation for superb service and excellent results. It seems everyone we meet Stateside already knows and respects Marni and her company".

Sneak Attack's President, the there mentioned Marni Wandner, added: "We're big fans of the service Radar provides and the work that comes out of their matchmaking between video creators and artists. We know firsthand how important it is for bands and musicians to have quality video content, so we're excited to help make those connections happen in the US".

His one-word statement on the matter was "awesome", which does just as well.

CISAC releases 2014 collective licensing figures
CISAC, the society of collecting societies, if you can imagine such a thing, has put out its latest pack of stats. And if you can't believe a whole year has passed since the last time the organisation revealed global figures for the music publishing sector's collective licensing system, well, that's because it isn't. CISAC put out 2013 figures back in February, but now has 2014 stats ready, in a bid to get information out to stakeholders more quickly.

CISAC brings together nearly all of the collecting societies that work for songwriters and music publishers around the world, including those focused on so called performing rights and mechanical rights, and, where they apply, other collectively managed revenue streams like private copy levies. Though not all CISAC-affiliated societies deal in song rights, with some representing creators in the audiovisual, dramatic, literary and visual art domains, so not all the figures relate to songs.

Headline stats this time include the news that in 2014 overall collections were up 2.8% on 2013 - a 5% increase had exchange rates not changed - to 7.9 billion euros. Songs account for 87% of collected monies, and that income was up 2.4% year-on-year.

Unsurprisingly, mechanical rights income, mainly generated when record companies sell CDs and downloads, was down 9% year-on-year, but performing rights revenues were up 3.8%. Streams are usually classified as exploiting both mechanical and performing rights, though often more income is allocated to the latter.

Societies in Europe accounted for 61.3% of collected revenue, while North America was the second largest region, accounting for nearly 17%. The so called BRICS emerging markets accounted for 5% of monies, which is up 11% on the previous year.

Commenting on the latest report, CISAC President Jean-Michel Jarre told reporters: "As I travel the world, I find it very gratifying to be exposed to the wonderful wealth of talent that is out there - especially from younger generations - and I am constantly reminded of creators' overwhelming expectation to be treated with respect and receive fair remuneration for any use of their works. We creators stand behind our societies as they adapt to new market conditions, and new challenges, to further grow their collections".

You can download the report here.

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RCA allies with Dance Anthems host on new label
Sony Music division RCA UK has announced a new alliance with Radio 1 'Dance Anthems' host Danny Howard and his former Radio 1 colleague Nigel Harding, who departed his music policy role at the BBC station earlier this year. The new dance-focused venture will be called Nothing Else Matters Records, and its first output will be a co-release with Resilience Records of 99 Souls track 'The Girl Is Mine'.

Confirming the new label, Howard told reporters: "Every day I'm discovering new tracks and extremely talented artists. Aside from supporting them on air and on the dancefloor, I've always wanted a way in which I can help even more people hear these incredible sounds. With Nothing Else Matters Records, we will focus on releasing tracks, curating events and representing dance and electronic music as the lifestyle we all live and breathe. We're extremely proud to kick off with '99 Souls - The Girl Is Mine' as the label's first release. After all, Nothing Else Matters... But The Music".

Namechecking Sony Music UK boss Jason Iley and RCA chief Colin Barlow, Harding added: "Having really enjoyed working with Danny on his Radio 1 show, I jumped at the chance to work with him on this record label. We share the same passion for dance music as well as the excitement of discovering and breaking new artists. From the moment we met Jason and Colin to discuss our vision for the label we knew we had found the perfect home at RCA. The enthusiasm of the whole team is exactly what we were looking for in a label partner. We couldn't hope for a better launch than 'The Girl Is Mine', a track that totally encapsulates the sound we want for the label: credible dance music with massive appeal".

And finally Barlow chipped in: "I am delighted to be working with Nigel and Danny. Their knowledge will enhance what's now become a very exciting A&R team. We at RCA can't wait to get working with them".

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British Library acquires D'Oyly Carte archive
The British Library has announced that it has acquired the archive of the Gilbert & Sullivan savoy-opera-producing D'Oyly Carte company, ensuring that the files, scores and books stay in the UK.

The company performed the work of Gilbert & Sullivan for 107 straight years, starting in 1875, before closing in 1982. It reformed in 1988 before closing again in 2003, though in 2013, the company co-produced a performance of 'The Pirates Of Penzance' with the Scottish Opera, a partnership it will reprise next year with a staging of 'The Mikado'.

A statement from the Library's Curator Of Theatre Archives And Manuscripts, Kathryn Johnson said: "The British Library is delighted to have acquired such an important archive which provides real insight into the development of musical theatre in Britain during the 19th and 20th century. It is the very depth and breadth of the archive, which includes everything from audition books and scores, to costume designs, financial accounts and stage managers' reports, that makes this archive so significant".

D'Oyly Carte's Ian Martin added: "This is excellent news for D'Oyly Carte and for the public, as it means that the archive will remain in the UK, be housed appropriately, conserved and properly catalogued. It also means that it will be accessible once again to the public for research purposes".

The archive is expected to be accessible to the public by spring 2017.

Tidal gets naming rights of theatre set-up at Barclays Center
Hey, Spotify, Deezer, Apple Music, Pandora, Napster, Rhapsody, YouTube, Vevo, SoundCloud, you lot, with all your users, have you got a venue? Well have you? No. You haven't. And that's why you're all second rate streaming services.

Tidal, now that's a streaming service. Because it, see, has a venue. Well, it has secured naming rights for a venue. Well, it has secured naming rights for a venue when it's set up in a certain way. And that, people, is the future. You heard it hear first.

So yes, Tidal has done a deal with the Barclays Center in New York, host to the recent Tidal X 1020 bash, which will see the venue's smaller (though still significant) theatre configuration rebranded as the Tidal Theatre. Under the deal the streaming service will host its own events in the space, probably with more emerging talent than last week's all-star concert, which was designed to celebrate Tidal getting itself a million subscribers.

Tidal owner Jay-Z has a long alliance with the Barclays Center, having been a shareholder in the enterprise when it opened, and being the first act to play there in 2012. Tidal actually forged a content partnership with the space earlier this summer, but the naming rights deal has only just been announced.

According to Billboard, the venue's boss Brett Yomark says the partnership "affords us the opportunity to work with Tidal on emerging artist platforms and showcases, as well as some of their other artists, it doesn't have to just be emerging artists. As evidenced by [Tidal X 1020] the other night, Tidal, when they want to, can put on some big time events, and we anticipate having quite a few here at Barclays Center".

Spotify launches In Residence radio-style playlists
Spotify seems to have quietly launched a sort-of response to Apple Music's Beats 1 radio station, with a new profile called Spotify In Residence. The profile will seemingly feature radio show/playlist hybrids fronted by a variety of artists.

As noted by Music Ally, the profile currently features four playlists curated by Jungle, Mike Skinner's Tonga project, Big Narstie and The Sex Pistols' Steve Jones. Each features a mix of tracks from the Spotify catalogue and pre-recorded spoken sections by the curators.

This makes it similar to Kudos's Playdio service, which launched in 2010, and Spotify's own Billy Bragg radio show, which has been running since last year, with an on-demand format rather than the live-to-air Beats 1 approach.

The playlist descriptions suggest that they will be updated monthly. Spotify declined to provide further information.

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Soundrop launches Playlist Sync
Soundrop is back, kind of. The team behind the social listening platform, which was shut down last year when Spotify removed third party apps from its software, have this morning launched Playlist Sync. The new service allows users to automatically sync playlists created on Spotify to Deezer and YouTube.

"After we closed the Soundrop app, we were left with a fast-growing playlist brand in Spotify", the company's Thomas Ford told CMU. "We wanted to share those playlists in more places, so we borrowed an idea from the original Soundrop app to make our playlists available in YouTube and Deezer. Playlist Sync is an easy-to-use tool that takes the sting out of making your playlists available on multiple platforms and helping curation scale".

"Streaming is the way of the future", he continued. "The best way to grow your revenue from streaming is by engaging your listeners, and the best way to keep them engaged is through excellent playlists. Most playlist curation happens manually, so we wanted to see how we could take all of that great work, extend it and make it scale. Playlist Sync will help artists and labels grow their market share - and revenue - wherever listening is monetised".

Find out more about Playlist Sync at soundrop.fm

  Approved: Grimes - Flesh Without Blood/Life In The Vivid Dream
Hey, Grimes is back. That's nice to know. I mean, we obviously knew she had a new album coming out soon, but now there's some actual music to listen to. And - good news - it is good.

'Flesh Without Blood' sees the musician take a step further towards a mainstream sound without for a moment selling herself out. The leap from last album 'Visions' to this is clear: Grimes can achieve a lot on her own in her bedroom, but given access to greater resources, she has the vision to take her songs a lot further. Also, her diction is better now. Which is always a plus.

The beautiful and grotesque new video that marks the start of the final sprint to the album release on 6 Nov is split into two parts (two acts, if you must), with 'Flesh Without Blood' and an epilogue of sorts in 'Life In The Vivid Dream'. Watch here.
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Fat White Family announce second album, Songs For Our Mothers
Fat White Family have announced that they will release their second album, titled 'Songs For Our Mothers', on 22 Jan.

Say the band: "While our first LP might be considered an assault, a spasmodic outpouring of disdain generated by the utter tedium of life when it is found unlivable, 'Songs For Our Mothers' is an invitation. It is an invitation, sent by misery, to dance to the beat of human hatred. In it we ask that you take us gently by the hand as we lead you on a journey, a journey that leads us from the blinding white heat of a midday Mediterranean shore, to the embattled boudoir of Ike and Tina Turner, from the clotted grey droll of Dr Harold Shipmans waiting room, to the final hours of the Third Reich in the Berlin bunker".

So that's nice. They continue: "It is as much a catalogue of our obsessions as it is a sensual odyssey; sex, drugs, politics, death, the Northern Irish A-lister Sam Neil, it's all here, all that's left to do now is breathe it in".

The first single will be the album's opening track, 'Whitest Boy On The Beach'. But that's not available yet. And they'll be touring the UK in December. But the dates haven't been announced for that yet.

Though there is a tracklist for the album. Look! Look!

1. Whitest Boy On The Beach
2. Satisfied
3. Love Is The Crack
4. Duce
5. Lebensraum
6. Hits Hits Hits
7. Tinfoil Deathstar
8. When Shipman Decides
9. We Must Learn To Rise
10. Goodbye Goebbels

Beastie Boys musical to open in London
A Beastie Boys musical is due to open in London next month. And it's on at the Camden People's Theatre, so I'm giving it the benefit of the doubt.

Created by artistic directors Simon Maeder and Adam El Hagar, 'Licensed To Ill' has been developed with the support of musical comedy duos Abandonman and The Rubberbandits. The result, according to the blurb, is "a new style of theatre that mixes rapping, DJing, physical comedy and even puppetry to create the eclectic, hilarious style that a show about the Beasties deserves".

The story follows the group through the history of hip hop, as well as their own personal history, to explore the genre and the issues it raises.

More information here.

Universal, Songs Publishing, U2, more

Other notable announcements and developments today...

• Universal Music Publishing has appointed Luke McGrellis to the role of VP Creative, reporting to the major publisher's CEO Jody Gerson. He joins from rival publisher Sony/ATV in London and will now be based in LA.

• Independent publisher Songs has appointed music lawyer David Gold to lead business and legal affairs at its New York office.

• U2 are doing this thing with Apple Music that means there's this bus at the band's show where fans can watch a virtual reality video. Here's a photo of one such fan looking like it is the worst thing that has ever happened to them.

• Prince is having another bash at social media, this time on popular photograph sharing World Wide Website 'Instragram'. Except he's calling it Princestagram. You don't come up with something like that and just put it to one side.

• Sleaford Mods have released a video for 'Silly Me'.

• Kali Uchis has put a new single up on the SoundCloud called 'Ridin Around'.

• Alessia Cara has announced that she will release her debut album, titled 'Know It All', on 13 Nov. This is extremely exciting news.

• Girl Band have announced that they are cancelling all upcoming tour dates "due to health issues in the band".

Mixmag reckons Tribal Gathering might be making a comeback at a New Year event.

Adele's flip phone is romantic, can we all shut up about it now?
"Why is Adele using a flip phone?" That was the question on everybody's lips last week. Why the fucking fuck is Adele, the world's wealthiest woman, using a stupid old flip phone in the video for 'Hello' and not an iPhone 700. A special iPhone she paid for Apple to make just for her. Apps include teleportation and sending commands to her army of robot slaves.

We know she's got all of that, but there she is in that video - a video that's not even in colour - wandering around the woods or something with a motherbloody flip phone. It's all people could talk about this weekend. I know, I saw it first hand. They even forgot there was a new Adele song. For them, it was just a video of a phone. That's why she broke some sort of Vevo record, it was because of all the people clicking play again and again and again, unable to believe that Adele - the actual Adele, let's not forget - was using a flip phone.

Well, director Xavier Dolan explained to People: "It's just not that big of a deal. It makes me uncomfortable filming iPhones because I feel like I'm shooting an iPhone commercial. And the same thing stands for cars: Drive them! Buy them! But on film, they're distracting to me. They're elements that you identify to our reality so much that - whether it's a short film, a film, a music video - they just hurt the piece's sensibility and reality, and it's not as romantic".

Oh, right. Fine. Well, it's lucky that no one was distracted by that flip phone then.

 
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