WEDNESDAY 3 FEBRUARY 2016
TODAY'S TOP STORY: As SFX navigates its way through the trials and tribulations of bankruptcy, so too do the many dance music brands it hoovered up over the last few years, even though technically it's only the parent company that has sought Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. In terms of subsidiaries and business partners, Beatport has already said it's "business as usual", while the team behind... [READ MORE]
 
TODAY'S APPROVED: Guns, aka Gunhild Jarwson Tekle, released her debut single 'Ricochet' last year, a sweet pop track with a light touch. Her second, 'I Know Exactly How It Feels', technically came out last year too. But it's just had its US release through +1 Records, which I think is a reasonable reason for featuring it here now. Are we in agreement? Good. Let's get on with it... [READ MORE]
 
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TOP STORIES Tomorrowland operators "considering options" following SFX bankruptcy
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LABELS & PUBLISHERS RIAA says 1500 streams equals one album sale, updates gold and platinum certifications
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DIGITAL & D2F SERVICES SoundCloud adds Stations
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MEDIA UKRD appoints new Group Music Manager
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ARTIST NEWS Sense Field's Jon Bunch dies
Skindred's Benji Webb scarred after glass attack
Youth Lagoon to retire after final live shows
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AWARDS Songwriter Carla Marie Williams announces Girls I Rate initiative
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ONE LINERS Warner/Chappell, Lady Gaga, Colin Vearncombe, more
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AND FINALLY... Kanye and Wiz are friends again, West cools on album hype
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Secret Road Music Services, Inc is a boutique music services company based in Los Angeles, California that focuses on music licensing, music publishing and artist management. We are seeking a Music Licensing Creative to join our London team working out of offices in Kings Cross.

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In April 2016 we’ll be launching an Artist Engagement project to help us elicit support for our campaigns from prominent musicians. Esmée Fairbairn have awarded us funding to build on the success of our #MusicWithoutBarriers and Club Attitude campaigns. We are seeking a part-time Communications Assistant to work with us for two years.

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We’re looking for a savvy, seasoned digital music marketer to promote The Orchard’s distributed artists in Europe and beyond. The ideal candidate’s specialty lies in creating and executing strategic digital 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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Secretly Group (Dead Oceans, Jagjaguwar and Secretly Canadian) have an exciting opportunity for a radio plugger to join their expanding UK label team. We’re looking for a candidate who is ready to step up from their current role to lead the UK radio plugging strategy for the three labels in UK.

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Tomorrowland operators "considering options" following SFX bankruptcy
As SFX navigates its way through the trials and tribulations of bankruptcy, so too do the many dance music brands it hoovered up over the last few years, even though technically it's only the parent company that has sought Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

In terms of subsidiaries and business partners, Beatport has already said it's "business as usual", while the team behind the Tomorrowland and TomorrowWorld festivals say that "all options are being considered".

Tomorrowland became allied with SFX after the company took a 75% stake in Dutch promoter ID&T, which in turn had a 50% stake in the festival brand. The US version of the event - TomorrowWorld - was launched as part of this deal, followed by Tomorrowland Brasil last year, which operated in addition to the original Belgium-based festival.

Speaking to Georgia Unfiltered, a spokesperson said that the Belgium and Brazil events would go ahead as planned this year, but "in light of the present situation, no concrete plans have yet been made for TomorrowWorld 2016", which would be due to take place in September.

"We are currently exploring all possibilities", they went on. "Tomorrowland has always worked from a long-term philosophy and in this context, all options are being considered to ensure that, like in Belgium and Brazil, the festival will have a bright future in the United States as well".

The spokesperson also noted that Tomorrowland founders Manu and Michiel Beers bought back ID&T's stake in the Belgian version of the festival following the SFX deal: "For the past two years, the Tomorrowland festival has been 100% Belgian, but this has entailed an obligation to collaborate with SFX for the foreign editions".

"The Belgian festival Tomorrowland remains the passion and life's work of the driving forces behind its creation, Manu and Michiel Beers, and their young, motivated staff in Antwerp, and they intend to continue to bring the same level of ambition to the festivals in Belgium and abroad in the coming years".

Commenting on that team's ongoing relationship with SFX, they added: "Since 2013 we have collaborated with SFX for the foreign editions of Tomorrowland held in the USA and Brazil. However, we have noticed that our vision and goals, including a long-term strategy, are different from those of the publicly listed company".

The future of various other festival brands under SFX's control - including more via the ID&T deal - remains in question, though the parent company insists everything will proceed as normal while the bankruptcy goes through the motions. Certainly founder Robert FX Sillerman remained positive about the company as he stepped down as CEO on Monday. But he would.

RIAA says 1500 streams equals one album sale, updates gold and platinum certifications
If you want a gold or platinum album in the US, you no longer have to rely on stupid old record sales anymore. Streaming will do the job just as well, as the Recording Industry Association Of America has updated its rules to include on-demand streams in its calculations for its sales awards. Yeah, we did that last June in the UK. Catch up America.

The benchmarks for each award still stand at 500,000 sales for gold and 1,000,000 sales for platinum. But under the new rules it has been decided that 1500 on-demand streams is the same as ten download track sales, which is clearly the same as one album sale.

"For nearly six decades, whether it's vinyl, CDs, downloads or now streams, the gold and platinum programme has adapted to recognise the benchmarks of success in an evolving music marketplace", says RIAA CEO Cary Sherman. "We know that music listening - for both for albums and songs - is skyrocketing, yet that trend has not been reflected in our album certifications. Modernising our Album Award to include music streaming is the next logical step in the continued evolution of the Gold & Platinum Awards, and doing so enables RIAA to fully reward the success of artists' albums today".

Seventeen albums benefitted from the change in the rules as it was announced yesterday, including Alt-J, whose 'An Awesome Wave' album went gold, Coldplay, who 'Ghost Stories' album went platinum, The Weeknd, whose 'Beauty Behind The Madness' album went double platinum, and Michael Jackson, whose 'Thriller' album is now 32 times platinum, which is just silly.

The rules for singles also changed yesterday, streaming having been added to the tally for the RIAA's so called Digital Single Awards in 2013. To account for the increase in streaming since then, 150 streams will now equal one download sale, the figure previously having been 100.

SoundCloud adds Stations
"Sit back, tune in and discover". Not my words, people. I'd never advocate sitting back. Sit up straight, I say. And tuning in is a very dangerous pursuit. You might discover something new. And who wants that? Well, lots of people, SoundCloud hopes, because those words, ladies and gentlemen, are its words.

So, SoundCloud has extended its 'related tracks' feature to create something of a personalised radio experience tapping into the 100 million+ tracks on the platform. It's all called Stations. Not to be confused with Amazon Prime Stations of course. That's all about sitting back, tuning in and discovering, where as this is totally different.

"Stations is a new way to discover the tracks you've never heard anywhere else", said the digital firm in a blog post yesterday. "Making it easy to tap into a long stream of music related to your Likes. It takes our previous Related Tracks feature and brings it further, simplifying the functionality and making the recommendations even better".

Available via SoundCloud's iOS and Android apps, a station can be generated from any track or search term. So for example, you could search for "damn fine music business chatter", and then sit back and discover a whole library of CMU Podcasts. Yeah, Amazon Prime, you don't have that with your Stations do you? Suckers.

"Once you find a few stations you like, you can access them at any time in your Collection, along with your Likes and Playlists", SoundCloud's blog waffles on. "Now, never-ending listening based on your favourite tracks is always just a few taps away. Lean back and enjoy".

Woah there, lean back? Lean back? You're going to topple off your chair if you're not careful, and when you break your spine and sue SoundCloud for damages, you know they're going to plead "safe harbours". So by all means tune in and discover. But be careful, people. It's a dangerous world out there.

UKRD appoints new Group Music Manager
Independent radio firm UKRD, which now owns and operates sixteen FM stations around the country, including, as of last summer, Juice in Brighton, in which it took a majority stake, has appointed a new Music Manager for the group. Chris Howell takes on that job on 1 Mar, having first joined the business in 2006 via a work experience initiative run by UKRD station Eagle Radio in Guildford.

Commenting on his new role, Howell told reporters: "I'm hugely excited at the chance of working more closely with each of the stations in the group and learning more about all of the markets in which we operate. Helping to increase audience levels at all our stations is something I relish the opportunity to do and I'm looking forward to enhancing still further the truly local radio services which UKRD delivers in its markets".

The firm's Group Programme Director Dave Coull added: "Chris's love of music, combined with his passion for all things digital and his awareness of the need for the development of multi-platform services, aligns him perfectly with the group's programming strategy".

  Approved: Guns
Guns, aka Gunhild Jarwson Tekle, released her debut single 'Ricochet' last year, a sweet pop track with a light touch. Her second, 'I Know Exactly How It Feels', technically came out last year too. But it's just had its US release through +1 Records, which I think is a reasonable reason for featuring it here now. Are we in agreement? Good. Let's get on with it.

'I Know Exactly How It Feels' is punchier than its predecessor, better setting out Guns' stall as an interesting new musician to watch (not that 'Ricochet' wasn't a fun listen in itself). Produced by Anders Bach Pedersen from Ice Cream Cathedral, the song's chorus is lifted up above the rest of the track with carefully layered vocals, ensuring it gets lodged in your head.

Listen to 'I Know Exactly How It Feels' here.

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Sense Field's Jon Bunch dies
Former Sense Field frontman Jon Bunch died earlier this week, it has been confirmed. He was 45.

His family said in a statement: "With broken hearts and so much difficulty, we write these words to all of you who love Jon. He is no longer with us now. We think his life here ended early morning 1 Feb 2016, but it is uncertain at this time".

Bunch's latest band Lucky Scars also said on Facebook: "It is with a heavy heart and overwhelming sadness that we confirm the passing of our friend and fearless leader".

Emo outfit Sense Field formed out of hardcore band Reason To Believe in 1990. They released five albums, though their career was stalled after signing to Warner Bros Records in 1996, off the back of third LP 'Building'. The album they recorded for the major was never released, and the band was left in limbo as the company went through various upheavals. Eventually a re-recorded version of the record, 'Tonight And Forever', was released on Nettwerk in 2001. The band then split shortly after releasing 2003's 'Living Outside'.

Bunch went on to join Further Seems Forever, recording one album with the band before their split in 2006. More recently he performed with bands War Generation and Lucky Scars, the latter releasing their debut EP, 'Rock And Roll Party Foul', in December.

Sense Field briefly reformed in 2012 for two shows to celebrate the 25th anniversary of their original label Revelation Records.

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Skindred's Benji Webb scarred after glass attack
Skindred frontman Benji Webb has been left with scars on his face and neck, following an attack with a broken glass in Newport on Saturday night. The musician had been attempting to break up an argument as he walked home.

"I went outside with my girlfriend, Julie, and I saw about three or four girls arguing", he told Wales Online. "As we went past them I tried to calm them down and said 'calm down will you' jokingly. One of the women turned to me and came within four inches of my face, screaming and shouting".

The woman then fell over and broke her glass, he said. When she stood up, she attacked him. "I thought she had slapped me in the face", he said, only realising something more serious had happened when another man told him that he was bleeding from his face and neck. "It was about two inches from my jugular vein. At first I didn't realise the seriousness of the damage. I could have not been here today".

However, he added: "I have forgiven the person who did this to me and have no hatred towards them. I had a wonderful night [otherwise] and I have had calls and messages from all over the world wishing me well. It's a nice feeling to know that people care about you. This will not stop me from going out in Newport because it's a great community [but] people need to think about their actions when they've been drinking".

Gwent Police are appealing for witnesses to the assault, which took place outside the Crosskeys pub some time between midnight and 1.30am on Saturday morning.

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Youth Lagoon to retire after final live shows
Musician Trevor Powers has announced that he is retiring his recently CMU approved Youth Lagoon project after three albums. Upcoming tour dates, which begin at the Belgrave Music Hall in Leeds tonight, will be his last under the name.

In a statement, Powers said: "I am bringing down the curtain, brothers and sisters. There is nothing left to say through Youth Lagoon. It will exist no more. Forever a transitional trilogy, 'The Year Of Hibernation', 'Wondrous Bughouse', and 'Savage Hills Ballroom' occupy a certain isolated and solitary spectrum; it is a space I no longer inhabit, nor want to inhabit. Youth Lagoon is complete. I've reached the top of a mountain, only to then be able to see a much larger one I want to ascend".

He continued: "It's odd to realise that something you've created can have the power of wrapping a leash around your neck and holding you hostage. I document everything through music - the peace, the chaos, the creation, the destruction, the life, the eternal sleep. And I'm here, perpetually inspired. There is so much left to say, but it will not be through Youth Lagoon. Thank you to those who have supported this endeavour in any way. This upcoming tour will be the final YL performances. This is far from the end of my undertakings. It is the beginning".

Youth Lagoon's final show - assuming no more are to be added - will be at London's Field Day festival on 11 Jun.

Songwriter Carla Marie Williams announces Girls I Rate initiative
Songwriter Carla Marie Williams has announced the launch of a new Gala Dinner event as part of a venture she has established called Girls I Rate, which she describes as "a major, new movement that nominates, celebrates and champions women to work together in the creative industries".

At the Gala Dinner event, which takes place in London on 8 Mar, Williams will celebrate the careers of women working in the creative industries who she particularly 'rates'. Those nominees will then get the chance in due course to nominate the creative women they 'rate', and so the process will continue, in a bid to encourage more gender and ethnic diversity in the creative industries.

Those set to be inducted into the Girls I Rate club next month include Jamelia, Ms Dynamite and VV Brown, plus Mobo chief Kanya King and JHPR founder Jessica Huie.

Says Williams, whose songwriting credits include hits from the likes of Kylie Minogue, Girls Aloud, The Saturdays and Naughty Boy: "To bring together all the women 'I rate' within my industry in one room will be such a gratifying experience. And Girls I Rate is not only about celebration of success, it is also about creating future platforms to empower, mentor and support the next generation of diverse GIR girls and young women coming through across the industry. There is a gender imbalance within the creative industries, and Girls I Rate aims to help smash that 'glass ceiling'".

In addition to the Gala Dinner, Williams plans to organise other events throughout the year to foster more diversity in the creative industries. More at www.girlsirate.com.

Warner/Chappell, Lady Gaga, Colin Vearncombe, more

Other notable announcements and developments today...

• Warner/Chappell Music has announced the promotion of Pascale Khalaf to the role of VP Synch & Licensing. "Sync", said MD Richard Manners, too late to correct the error in the job title. "Synch", muttered Khalaf, who didn't get the spelling memo.

• A public memorial service for Colin Vearncombe (aka Black), who died last month, will be held at the Liverpool Anglican Cathedral on 19 Feb at 7pm.

• Tulisa's put vocals on a new Carnao Beats track, a cover of Kariya's 1988 single 'Let Me Love You For Tonight'.

• Dua Lipa will play Heaven in London on 31 Mar. She played Oslo in Hackney last night, if you want a rough measure of how her career is going.

• Lady Gaga will perform a tribute to David Bowie at this year's Grammy Awards, which makes a whole lot more sense than what the BRITs is rumoured to have planned. She's also going to perform the American national anthem at the Super Bowl this month. No pressure.

• Rihanna is only going to sing a song at the bloody BRITs later this month. She is due on stage at 9.20pm but will probably appear at 8.55pm, and then Universal and Tidal will squabble over whose fault that was. Happy days.

Kanye and Wiz are friends again, West cools on album hype
Don't worry, Kanye West and Wiz Khalifa are friends again. Kanye got hold of Wiz's new phone number, they had a chat and now it's all fine. I know you were worried.

As previously reported, West went off on a Twitter rant about Khalifa last week, mainly due to a misunderstanding. Still, in the heat of the moment various claims were made by West - that he owns Khalifa's child being a particularly bold one. It also led to some public dissing between West and his ex-girlfriend (and the mother of Khalifa's child, which Kanye owns, remember) Amber Rose, which resulted in him denying that he or anyone else has ever touched his bumhole.

Anyway, in mid flow, Kanye noted that the phone number he had for Wiz wasn't working. But contact details have seemingly now been updated, because last night West tweeted: "Me and Wiz spoke yesterday. Great convo. All positive".

Khalifa has not confirmed that the "convo" took place, or that it was either "great" or "positive". I'm sure it was though.

Following this moment of humility, Kanye also noted that his previous claims that his new record 'Waves' is the greatest album of all time might have been a bit over the top. "This new album is ONE of the greatest albums, not the greatest, just one of", he wrote.

But just in case you thought Kanye was suddenly becoming less egotistical, it has now been confirmed that, as previously reported, 'Waves' will be premiered at an event at New York's Madison Square Gardens next week and beamed to cinemas around the world. Tickets here.

 
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