FRIDAY 22 JANUARY 2016
TODAY'S TOP STORY: The recent announcement that T In The Park promoter DF Concerts had hired two former police officers to help overhaul the operational side of its big festival was clearly, in part, pre-empting a report by Perth & Kinross Council on the event's first year at its new site, which concludes that "the event will not be allowed to proceed" in 2016 unless significant changes are made... [READ MORE]
 
TODAY'S APPROVED: Formerly known as Rum N Bass, Benny Page's Rum N Riddim night will hit East London's Village Underground tonight, promising the best in Jamaican and tropical-infused bass music. Drum n bass superstar Dillinja will headline with a jungle set, plus Page himself will be on the decks with his own bass excursions, with vocalist Sweet Irie. James Rodigan is also... [READ MORE]
 
BEEF OF THE WEEK: Be careful what you wish for, they say. For years now some have been predicting the demise of the record label. But if they go, we'd lose one of the music industry's biggest and most important traditions. Who would artists moan about if they don't have a label? I mean, if Iggy Azalea didn't have any hoops to jump through at the moment, she'd just be pumping... [READ MORE]
 
CMU PODCAST: CMU's Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review the week in music and the music business, including PRS's new deal with YouTube, the dramatic events at Life Or Death PR, Deezer's new money and some big developments in J-Pop this week. The CMU Podcast is sponsored by 7digital... [LISTEN HERE]
TOP STORIES Local council lays into T In The Park 2015, demands changes if 2016 edition is to go ahead
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LEGAL New report weighs up the 'good' and 'bad' conclusions on file-sharing
Kesha fans to stage protest outside next court hearing in Dr Luke lawsuit
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ENTERTAINMENT RETAIL Sainsbury's relaunches download store
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LIVE BUSINESS Canadian private equity firm provided SFX with its $20 million
Petition launched over students' union redevelopment that could threaten "iconic" Belfast venues
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ARTIST NEWS BBC to air Guns N Roses doc
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RELEASES Some information about the new PJ Harvey album
FEMM sign to JPU Records for European album release
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AND FINALLY... CMU Beef Of The Week #290: Iggy Azalea v Virgin EMI
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Local council lays into T In The Park 2015, demands changes if 2016 edition is to go ahead
The recent announcement that T In The Park promoter DF Concerts had hired two former police officers to help overhaul the operational side of its big festival was clearly, in part, pre-empting a report by Perth & Kinross Council on the event's first year at its new site, which concludes that "the event will not be allowed to proceed" in 2016 unless significant changes are made.

As previously reported, T In The Park's move to the Strathallan Estate in Perthshire was controversial from the start, though the event was ultimately given the green light by the local authority Perth & Kinross Council. After the event, DF initially said that it'd had a "great first year at Strathallan", but subsequently admitted that there had been some operational issues.

Then, when announcing its new recruits last week, DF said that it was now busy working on a "full improvement plan" ahead of the 2016 edition of T In The Park. Event Manager Colin Rodger added: "We have listened to every single comment and we thank everyone for their valuable input. We're now focused on delivering the 2016 festival and we know where we need to improve. By restructuring the management of key areas, such as the site and security, we will solve issues from last year's event".

A new report on last year's T festival from Perth & Kinross Council outlines in more detail what those "issues" were. According to The Scotsman, the report cites "traffic congestion, concerns over crowd safety inside the arena and campsite security, and disruption to residents", and criticises "last-minute changes to the event's layout, infrastructure, transport plans and security arrangements, as well as repeated breaches of the event's planning permission".

The paper adds that the Council's Environment Director Barbara Renton has said that, while the local authority always tries to take a "can do approach" to major events in the region, T In The Park would now be treated differently "until DF can demonstrate their capability to effectively manage this event in future". Getting a licence for its 2016 edition will be dependent on demonstrating those capabilities.

Renton concluded: "Council staff will need substantial reassurances and evidence from DF that detailed plans will be prepared on time, and the event will be delivered more effectively, before officers could have confidence in recommending it takes place at Strathallan again. Officers had a high degree of confidence in DF Concerts and expected that organisers could manage fundamental event requirements such as stewarding and signage. This confidence has been undermined following management of TITP 2015. There requires to be a recalibration of the relationship with DF Concerts".

Although the report may provide new ammunition for those that opposed the move of T In The Park to the Strathallan Estate in the first place, none of it will come as a surprise to DF, which is already very busy trying to rise to the local council's challenge, not least with the appointment of former Police Scotland officers Colin Brown and Ian Martin to handle security and traffic management respectively. Experienced festival production firm APL Events has also been hired to look after site management. Whether these, and other appointments and changes, will satisfy Renton and her colleagues, remains to be seen.

New report weighs up the 'good' and 'bad' conclusions on file-sharing
Ever since file-sharing became a big thing in music, there has been research that says the unlicensed sharing of tracks online decimates CD and legit download sales, and other research that says the file-sharing networks are massive free marketing platforms that actually drive music buying. The former would usually be cited by the record industry, and the latter by file-sharers. The truth, probably, is somewhere in the middle.

A new bit of research from Queen's University in Belfast assesses those two counter conclusions and tries to work out where in the middle the truth actually lies. It concludes that "file-sharing activity has a statistically significant but economically modest negative effect on legitimate music sales". So, a nominal win for the labels, then.

The research, led by Jonathan Lee, assessed a data set of 250,000 albums and 4.8 million downloads on one popular BitTorrent tracker. He reckons that while file-sharing activity had a negative impact on CD sales, the word-of-mouth marketing power of the file-sharing community actually aided legit download sales. Perhaps suggesting that file-sharers were quick to shun physical products as file-sharing became an option, but they nevertheless used the file-sharing networks - to an extent at least - as a try-before-you-buy platform.

Lee adds that the extent to which the marketing power of file-sharing offset lost CD sales varied according to the level of artists, with "bottom tier" acts losing out the most. Though, the researcher ponders that this might be because their music wasn't as attractive to file-sharers who were trying before they buy, ie the music itself was the problem.

There may be some other shifts that were occurring in music consumption at the time that might also contribute to some of the trends Lee identities in his research. Meanwhile Torrentfreak points out that the torrents assessed came from a private tracker used by a disproportionally high number of "music aficionados", which might make those file-sharers more prone to buy tracks they discovered they liked.

As for what all this tells us about today, the report focuses on data that pre-dates the big shift of digital consumption from downloads to streams, so mainly identifies trends occurring in a specific moment of time. Though, given the disparity in 'is file-sharing good or bad for music?' reports over the years, it's good to see one that acknowledges both outcomes and tries to balance one off another.

Read the working paper here.

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Kesha fans to stage protest outside next court hearing in Dr Luke lawsuit
Kesha fans are planning to stage a protest outside the New York State Supreme Courthouse next Tuesday, when the next hearing in the singer's ongoing legal battle with producer Dr Luke is due to take place.

As previously reported, Kesha Sebert accuses Lukasz 'Dr Luke' Gottwald of plying her with drugs and alcohol and raping her as a teenager. He has countersued for defamation, saying that these are fabrications invented in an attempt to get out of her contract with his Kemosabe Records label.

In November last year, Sebert filed an injunction to allow her to record a new album directly for Kemosabe parent company Sony Music. Her contract currently locks her into working with Gottwald, which she obviously does not want to do. The ongoing legal actions complicate the situation further, and with Sebert unable to record, she argues that her career is on the verge of collapse.

A petition calling on Sony Music CEO Doug Morris to personally step in and release her from her contract with Gottwald's label has gained over 100,000 signatures. And it is the organisers of that petition who are now planning to stage a protest outside the court next week.

According to The Huffington Post, protest organiser Michael Eisele said: "We're protesting at the courthouse to drive home that Sony needs to listen to more than 107,000 petitioners who want to save Kesha's career and human rights. Pop music fans are sending a clear message that they won't stand for Sony's completely unethical and inhumane treatment of a woman who was brave enough to speak up about sexual abuse".

Sainsbury's relaunches download store
Sainsbury's has relaunched its download store with a super duper new mobile-friendly design for fans of super duper new mobile-friendly download stores.

The service boasts a catalogue 20 million tracks and 2.5 million albums all available to purchase in "high quality MP3". Let's all party like it's 2009, hey? But you know, the record industry is prone to give up on its formats way too quickly, so perhaps it's good news that the supermarket chain is still doing what it can to make music downloads more attractive to its mainstream consumer base.

I haven't even mentioned the Nectar points yet, have I? When Sainsbury's first moved into MP3s, it offered downloaders Nectar points with the music they bought. But now you can bloody well use those Nectar points to buy your pop tunes in the first place. What a Gary Barlow kind of day this is.

And now here's Sharon Nightingale, Head Of Commercial at Sainsbury's Entertainment On Demand, who says: "Relaunching Sainsbury's Entertainment Music is the culmination of a huge amount of work and we're excited about offering customers a one stop shop for eBooks, magazines and now music".

Canadian private equity firm provided SFX with its $20 million
Flagging EDM peddler SFX has filed paperwork with the US Securities & Exchange Commission providing more information about the $20 million of extra finance the company secured last week.

SFX currently has the consultants in trying to figure out a way forward for the company, which has seen its share price tank in the last twelve months after a tricky year, and two aborted attempts by founder Robert FX Sillerman to take the publicly listed firm back into private ownership. There have been many rumours of bankruptcy in recent months.

Earlier this week SFX said that the extra $20 million in cash flow will provide "capital for working and general corporate purposes". Meanwhile, the SEC filing confirms that the new credit facility is being provided by Toronto-based Catalyst Capital Group, a private equity set up which specialises in "investments in distressed situations", just like this one.

The SEC filing notes that "the facility is secured, subject to certain exceptions, by a first-priority security interest in substantially all of the assets and property of the borrower and the guarantors". The guarantors are many of SFX's various subsidiaries around the world, and the arrangement means that - while the funding aims to provide the dance music firm the room for manoeuvre it needs to turn round its fortunes - if it all goes wrong, Catalyst will be one of the first creditors to get its money back.

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Petition launched over students' union redevelopment that could threaten "iconic" Belfast venues
Over 7500 people have signed a petition against plans at Queen's University in Belfast to redevelop its students' union complex into a new 'student centre', which would impact on the venues in the building, including Mandela Hall, Speakeasy and Bar Sub.

Campaigners say that the venues are not only important to the student body at Queen's, but to the music and clubbing scene in Belfast in general. The petition claims that the student centre plans could result in the demolition of "some of Northern Ireland's most iconic music venues and student entertainment hubs", and that the proposed development - the design for which the university has now put out to tender - has been pursued to date "without prior consultation with the student body".

Though the President of the SU, Caoímhe McNeill, says that the conversation about redeveloping the building has been ongoing since 2011 and plans are based on student feedback. She said in a statement: "The feedback highlighted that our students want to see investment and improvements to the students' union building. Based on this the university embarked on a feasibility project in partnership with the students' union and I have been involved in the project".

She added: "It's a project very much in the early stages but my priority is, of course, to ensure that if the redevelopment goes ahead that it serves the needs of Queen's students and provides them with a full range of support, advice, representational, developmental and commercial services that will significantly enhance their experience at the university".

You can read up on the full petition here.

  Vigsy's Club Tip: Rum N Riddim at Village Underground
Formerly known as Rum N Bass, Benny Page's Rum N Riddim night will hit East London's Village Underground tonight, promising the best in Jamaican and tropical-infused bass music.

Drum n bass superstar Dillinja will headline with a jungle set, plus Page himself will be on the decks with his own bass excursions, with vocalist Sweet Irie. James Rodigan is also amongst those in attendance, and you can expect some bass ballistics from Channel One too.

The floorboards will be shaking in Shoreditch.

Friday 22 Jan, Village Underground, Shoreditch, London, EC2A 3PQ, 10pm-4am, £12+. More info here.

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BBC to air Guns N Roses doc
Earlier this month it was finally confirmed that the bank accounts of original Guns N Roses members Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan had all finally aligned, bringing forth the prophesised reunion. And next month you'll be able to get a reminder of why that's a thing people - even after everything Axl Rose has done over the years - still get excited about. BBC Four is going to premiere a new documentary about the band on 5 Feb.

'The Most Dangerous Band In the World: The Story Of Guns N Roses' has been directed by Jon Brewer, using new and previously unseen interviews, plus early live footage shot by friend of the band Marc Canter.

Interviewees - including Slash, drummers Steven Adler and Matt Sorum, former GNR manager Vicky Hamilton, and others who were knocking around at the time - will tell the story of how the band went from the bars of LA's Sunset Strip to the stadiums of the world. Basically, they formed a band, wrote some songs, some people liked them, then a lot of people liked them, then they split up. But it'll tell that story in a bit more detail. And with more swearing, I'd wager. Oh, those rock and roll types.

It'll be on BBC Four at 10pm on 5 Feb.

Some information about the new PJ Harvey album
After teasing us with basically nothing in December, PJ Harvey has now announced proper details of her new album. Would you like to know those details? Good, because otherwise this is all a waste of everyone's time.

New information...

1. The album is called: 'The Hope Six Demolition Project'
2. The release date is: 15 Apr
3. Number of tracks: Eleven
4. Titles of tracks: The Community Of Hope; The Ministry Of Defence; A Line In The Sand; Chain Of Keys; River Anacostia; Near The Memorials To Vietnam And Lincoln; The Orange Monkey; Medicinals' The Ministry Of Social Affairs; The Wheel; Dollar, Dollar.

Things we already knew that are probably worth repeating...

1. The songs draw on: Several journeys over a four year period to places including Kosovo, Afghanistan and Washington, DC
2. It was recorded: In a room at Somerset House in London, where the public could come and pay to watch

Quote from PJ Harvey...

"When I'm writing a song I visualise the entire scene. I can see the colours, I can tell the time of day, I can sense the mood, I can see the light changing, the shadows moving, everything in that picture. Gathering information from secondary sources felt too far removed for what I was trying to write about. I wanted to smell the air, feel the soil and meet the people of the countries I was fascinated with".

Video featuring clips of two songs, 'The Community Of Hope' and 'The Wheel'...

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FEMM sign to JPU Records for European album release
Sentient mannequins FEMM have signed to JPU Records in the UK for the release of their new EP/album bundle. The double-disc release will go on sale on 4 Mar.

The EP features recently CMU approved track 'PoW!', plus another new one, 'LCS', and a selection of remixes. Disc two features the duo's debut album 'FEMM-isation', originally only released digitally in 2014.

Speaking on behalf of the duo (because they are mannequins and can't speak, please keep up), Agent Honey-B of the Far East Mention Mannequins Agency Syndicate says of the repackaged album: "The original order of the songs was already carefully mapped out, but this time round we got to put in segues in between songs which made a big difference. The songs flow so smoothly, it will seem like it all happens in a split second and like you have travelled in time".

Anyway, here's a quick primer on FEMM and their music.

CMU Beef Of The Week #290: Iggy Azalea v Virgin EMI
Be careful what you wish for, they say. For years now some have been predicting the demise of the record label. But if they go, we'd lose one of the music industry's biggest and most important traditions. Who would artists moan about if they don't have a label?

I mean, if Iggy Azalea didn't have any hoops to jump through at the moment, she'd just be pumping out videos for her tracks left, right and centre. But the hoops are there. Virgin EMI shaped hoops. Which means we get angry tweets instead. And that's surely better.

"Bad news update", she began, ominously, via the Twitter matrix yesterday. "My record label Virgin EMI seems to feel the response to my viral record 'Zillon' wasn't good enough and I'm not allowed a video".

She's referring to her track 'Azillion', which was released two weeks ago on SoundCloud, during which time a couple of letters seem to have fallen off the title. Perhaps because it's had 900,000 plays in that time and it's got a bit worn out. Though apparently the bloody label, Universal UK's Virgin EMI, would have preferred a few more to have been rubbed off. By which I mean, for it to have had more plays.

"I felt like it was dope so, whatever", she continued. "[Virgin EMI boss] Ted Cockle doesn't wanna see me shine. What can I say?"

Don't answer that question, because she immediately answered it in the next tweet: "Anyhow I could say A LOT - but I'll keep it mildly professional. Just wanted to let some of you guys asking know what's happening".

Yes, it's lucky none of this turned out unprofessional. Anyway, let's go back a bit. 'Azillion' is the first track made available from Azalea's new album, 'Digital Distortion', which is due out some time this year. The track was uploaded to SoundCloud earlier this month to start the process of buzz-building for the album.

It's not unusual for this to happen - one or two tracks are quietly eeked out before the marketing campaign really grinds fully into action. Azalea herself seemingly admitted this, when responding to a fan who told her that 'Azillion' would have been more successful if she'd put it on iTunes. "It's a viral song tho babe", she said. "It's just something free for fans. Selling it kinda makes it a single. That wasn't the intention".

So there you go. It's not a single. And if it's not a single, why complicate things by making a video? Maybe 'Azillion' could have been elevated to 'single' status had it gone super duper viral. But perhaps 900,000 plays in two weeks doesn't qualify as 'super duper' in the world of pop. And possibly Virgin EMI is more keen to pump its money into videos for the presumably better songs that have already been selected as actual singles.

Responding to another fan asking what the label expected of her, Azalea said: "They expect me to find a popstar to whack onto a radio friendly song with me rapping the verses. That's what THEY want".

Though with the album already in the can, signed off, and a promotional campaign planned out - starting with the release of 'Azillion' on SoundCloud - if she hasn't already made that record, then presumably the label isn't going to get it.

But look at me defending a record label. A major record label. One that sits within the majorest of record companies. Maybe there is fault on that side too. Maybe Ted is being a bastard about it. Or perhaps it's one of those fashionable communication breakdowns, exacerbated by a US-based artist being signed to a UK-based label.

It's possible there was one of those "maybe we'll make a video, let's see how it goes" kind of conversations. Though always remember label people, such chat might result in you basically having to tell your artists, "yeah, not enough people liked your track, mate". So, just never ever mention the possibility of any videos being made until you're actually shooting them, I say. Then the conversation goes, "Hey, we're doing a video, because that's how popular you are, my friend. Super popular, that's you".

Then the artist's ego is stroked, they can get on with becoming more insufferable but at least be briefly happy, and the label people can, for a few minutes, bask in the glory of not being considered evil. And isn't that what everyone wants? No, of course not.

Spats such of this are a vital rite of passage, an assertion of the separation between art and commerce. If Iggy Azalea starts getting on with her label, what's next? An uncertain future for the Beef Of The Week column, that's what. And that will never do.

Virgin EMI declined to comment on this story. Even after we offered them real beef.

 
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