THURSDAY 11 FEBRUARY 2016
TODAY'S TOP STORY: There was me thinking that the problem was YouTube. "Kill off YouTube, and let the rock n roll party resume". That's what I was always told. But turns out the actual problem is Canada. I always knew there was something a little bit strange going on over there. The International Intellectual Property Alliance, which is what happens when various American copyright industry... [READ MORE]
 
TODAY'S APPROVED: There's something quite ominous about Let's Eat Grandma. Even after you realise that their name is taken from a grammar joke. To be fair, they have gone to some lengths to cultivate that atmosphere. Even the handclaps at the beginning of debut single 'Deep Six Textbook' are quite chilling. I thought it was a rule that handclaps had to be uplifting and joyful... [READ MORE]
 
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TOP STORIES US trade groups say Canadian copyright reforms haven't gone far enough
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LABELS & PUBLISHERS Ole acquires 5 Alarm Music
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LIVE BUSINESS Bataclan to re-open this year
Bloc announces 2016 festival to be its last, plans to open "super club"
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MANAGEMENT & FUNDING IMMF on major labels' equity share commitment: "It's how you share that makes it fair"
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MEDIA Edith Bowman heads up relaunched Virgin Radio presenter line-up
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ARTIST NEWS Belly reform
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AWARDS Max Martin and Cecilia Bartoli to receive Polar Music Prize
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ONE LINERS Benji Webbe, Decca Classics, Lion Coffee & Records, more
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AND FINALLY... Halsey reckons genre classifications are "absolute bullshit"
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THE ORCHARD - VIDEO SERVICES ACCOUNT MANAGER (LONDON)
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BELIEVE DIGITAL - INTERNATIONAL MANAGER (LONDON)
Believe Digital is looking for an international manager to join its Label Services team in the UK. A deep knowledge of the independent music sector at international level, as well as the experience and knowledge to manage projects, is essential as Believe continues to drive its label acquisition, marketing and distribution strategy worldwide.

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TROXY - BOX OFFICE MANAGER (LONDON)
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WALLACE PRODUCTIONS - SENIOR MANAGEMENT ASSISTANT (LONDON)
Wallace Productions require an experienced day-to-day Artist Manager / Senior Management Assistant to join the management team. This is a wonderful opportunity for someone with 3-4 years’ experience wishing to grow and develop in a busy and internationally focused role.

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BUCKS MUSIC GROUP - PAID INTERNSHIP (LONDON)
Mute Song is seeking a dynamic individual to join the company as Music Publishing Assistant. This position presents a terrific opportunity for a bright and engaging person to embark on a rewarding career in music publishing.

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MUTE SONG - MUSIC PUBLISHING ASSISTANT (LONDON)
Mute Song is seeking a dynamic individual to join the company as Music Publishing Assistant. This position presents a terrific opportunity for a bright and engaging person to embark on a rewarding career in music publishing.

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BEGGARS MUSIC - COPYRIGHT AND ROYALTIES ANALYST (LONDON)
Beggars Music are looking to hire an experienced Copyright and Royalties Analyst, based in their London office. The role would be best suited to someone with experience of either working within music publishing administration or a collection society.

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LISTEN UP - PRESS MANAGER (LONDON)
We are hiring an experienced Press Manager to join the press team at Listen Up. The candidate will need 2-4 years' experience experience in a similar role with a thorough knowledge of artist and label campaigns. We are looking for an enthusiastic and articulate individual with strong writing and organisational skills.

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AEG LIVE - TICKETING ASSISTANT (LONDON)
We are now hiring a Ticketing Assistant to join our team. The successful candidate will support the day to day operations of the ticketing team for events within AEG Live & Goldenvoice.

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YOUR ARMY - MUSIC EVENTS AND PRESS OFFICER (LONDON)
Your Army is seeking a dynamic Music Events And Press Officer to join its expanding and busy Press Department and Promotions Team. The successful candidate will have a minimum of 2-3 years experience working across national music events and festivals alongside an adept understanding of both new and established artist campaigns.

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FMLY London is a booking agency based in Brighton and we are looking to expand our team and currently have an opening for an established booking agent.

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SECRET ROAD - MUSIC LICENSING CREATIVE (LONDON)
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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CIRCUS RECORDS - PART-TIME PAID INTERNSHIP (LONDON)
Electronic record label seeking a pro-active, knowledgable intern for 20 hours per week to help out in all departments including label management, social media, press and merchandise. Main responsibilities will include, but are not limited to assisting the label team with DJ and club promotion, press, social media and other more general label activities.

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ATTITUDE IS EVERYTHING - COMMUNICATIONS ASSISTANT (LONDON)
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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ATTITUDE IS EVERYTHING - ARTIST ENGAGEMENT AND COMMUNITY CO-ORDINATOR (LONDON)
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 freelance Artist Engagement And Community Co-ordinator to work with us for two years.

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CREAM - SOCIAL MEDIA & DIGITAL EXECUTIVE (LIVERPOOL)
Do you live and breathe social media? Have a passion for electronic music and festivals? Have a flair for design? Work well as part of a team? Enjoy working in a fast paced commercial environment? Then this could be the perfect job for you. Rare opportunity to join the Cream marketing team based in our new Liverpool offices.

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US trade groups say Canadian copyright reforms haven't gone far enough
There was me thinking that the problem was YouTube. "Kill off YouTube, and let the rock n roll party resume". That's what I was always told. But turns out the actual problem is Canada. I always knew there was something a little bit strange going on over there.

The International Intellectual Property Alliance, which is what happens when various American copyright industry trade groups get together, has published its latest submission to the US government in which it discusses the countries that really need to do more about enforcing IP rights. And plenty of time is given to that big neighbour in the north.

"Canada still has far to go to rectify its reputation as a safe haven for internet pirates", says the new report. "Indeed, a number of the world's most popular internet sources dedicated to online theft of copyright material retain connections to Canada".

Among the "popular internet sources dedicated to online theft" with links to Canada is one of the most popular of them all, good old KickassTorrents, while the IIPA also lists Sumotorrent.sx, Seedpeer.eu, Zippyshare.com, Tuebl.com and Solarmovie.is, and the Popcorn Time movement.

Now, Canada's record on tackling online piracy has been criticised before by both the US entertainment industries and the American government, and Canadian politicians have responded with some recent copyright law reforms. And, the IIPA concedes, these have helped to an extent.

"In October 2015, a Canadian Federal Court issued a sweeping injunction against the Canadian developers of Popcorn Time", it confirms. "The court relied, in part, on claims that the defendants had provided services primarily for the purpose of enabling acts of copyright infringement, in violation of the newly enacted provision".

But, and here's the thing, says the IIPA: "In other respects, however, the Copyright Modernisation Act simply fails to respond adequately to the challenge of online piracy".

That's not just about tackling those developing and running piracy tools and websites, but also the way internet service providers are obliged to alert suspected file-sharers that their infringing has been spotted. The system in place in Canada, the IIPA says, does not go far enough.

Concluding, the trade group writes: "The consistent absence of any criminal enforcement in Canada against even the most blatant forms of online theft complete the picture of a system that is still not up to the challenge. Canada should review the effectiveness of its current regime, and consider alternatives to remedy its shortcomings and the current lack of incentives to stimulate full inter-industry cooperation against online piracy".

Yeah, Canada, get reviewing and remedying will you? And Chile, China, India, Russia and Vietnam, don't think you're getting away with it. You're all on the IIPA's Priority Watch List, which means you're worse than the Canadians. Yes, that's right, worse than the Canadians! Just imagine that.

By the way, hello Canada, how are you? See you in Toronto in May.

Ole acquires 5 Alarm Music
Hey, more from Canada now. Canadian music publisher Ole has acquired production music library 5 Alarm Music. Why not, I say. Who am I to stand in someone's way if they want themselves a production music library. Knock yourselves out.

"Ole is happy to significantly expand our services and repertoire offering to clients in collaboration with 5 Alarm, a stand-out, independent in the space", says the company's CEO Robert Ott. "We're looking forward to working with Cassie and her staff".

Cassie? Who the fuck is Cassie? Does she want to buy a production music library? No, she already works for one. 5 Alarm, specifically. Of which she was and still is President. Her name is Cassie Lord.

"5 Alarm Music is committed to elevating production standards through quality music, and we're happy to team up with our kindred spirits at Ole to amplify that message", says she. "The independent spirit has always been a crucial part of our company's identity, so Ole's 'majorly indie' philosophy resonated strongly with us. We can't wait to see what we can accomplish together".

Everyone's talking about being a 'major indie' or 'indie major' at the moment. Stop it. You can be one or the other. No more.

Bataclan to re-open this year
The Bataclan Theatre in Paris, where 89 people died in a terrorist attack last November, is still hoping to re-open this year, its owners have confirmed, with plans now in place to renovate the space first.

"Today, we'd like to share with you some important news: we have decided to renovate the Bataclan", said a statement released yesterday. Confirming hopes previously expressed, it added: "We will do everything in our power to host new shows before the end of 2016".

Exact plans for the venue are not yet clear, however. "We're still deciding what we're going to do with the space", Jérôme Langlet, president of the majority stakeholder in the venue Lagardère Live Entertainment, told the Wall Street Journal. "We're working on it but we don't have all the answers".

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Bloc announces 2016 festival to be its last
Bloc is hanging up its festival hat, announcing yesterday that the 2016 edition of its weekender will be the last. However, the brand will live on, with organisers planning to build a "super club" in London.

"After ten glorious years - this is it", said Bloc in a statement. "It's the final one and we won't be doing any curtain calls, encores, reunion tours or one-last-jobs. We think that this line-up and the show we have planned is a fitting, powerful crescendo to Bloc's story".

It continued: "It is the last ever one because - well, weekenders are strange, beautiful things. Bloc itself has had some very widely publicised ups and downs. For us, in the middle of it, it has been a rollercoaster. Of course, everyone will have been on rollercoasters - they're quite a trip, and leave you euphoric, shaken and with a new found zest for life. Eventually, you get off having had a thoroughly great time. And that's where we are".

The main down, of course, was the ill-fated Bloc 2012 event, which moved proceedings from Butlins in Minehead to the then new Pleasure Gardens event space in London. Overcrowding caused it to be shut down mid-way through the first night, the problems seemingly being caused by confusion over tickets and the Pleasure Gardens not being completed on schedule. The complex went into administration shortly afterwards, as did the Bloc company.

However, weathering the storm, organisers returned the following year with a series of standalone events and a new permanent venue in London, relaunching the Bloc festival back at Butlins last year.

Once the final festival is out of the way next month, plans are to focus on the spin-off record label the company launched last year, and to develop a new, larger clubbing space with attached record labels.

Speaking to Resident Adviser, co-founder Alex Benson said: "We started a venue in an ex-industrial building in London [in 2013], then renovated the surrounding warehouses into music studios and workspace. A community sprung up around it and it has been one of the most rewarding things we have ever been involved in. We want to develop this community and the venue at the heart of it. It will, like the current venue, be called Bloc. And it will be surrounded by music studios which won't cost the earth to rent and aren't about to be sold, knocked down or redeveloped".

The final Bloc festival takes place at Butlins in Minehead on 11-13 Mar. Acts on the line-up include: Thom Yorke, Four Tet, Floating Points, Carl Craig, Goldie, Daniel Avery, Demdike Stare, Ceephax Acid Crew and Andrew Weatherall.

IMMF on major labels' equity share commitment: "It's how you share that makes it fair"
Following last week's announcement from Warner Music and Sony Music that the majors will share the profits from the sale of their equity in Spotify - if and when that occurs - with their artists, Volker May of the International Music Managers Forum has called for more clarity on quite how such a profit share would be organised.

Although last week's news regarding what the two majors will do when they cash in their Spotify shares was good news for the artist community, it also put a new spotlight on the biggest issue that dominates every label/artist relationship in 2016: transparency. It's not yet clear exactly how any Spotify equity money would be shared between label and artists, and ultimately that's the key. Or in May's words, "It's how you share that makes it fair".

Noting last week's Warner and Sony announcements, he says: "Whilst this is most welcome, managers have expressed concerns over the vague use by labels of terminology such as 'profits', 'surplus', 'net proceeds realised' and even the variously defined buzzword 'breakage'. At a time when transparency is at the forefront of creators' concerns, these unclear, unfocused distractions do not serve to progress discussions concerning artists' entitlements or labels' duties of care and trust".

Reckoning that legal and PR pressures were always going to force the majors to follow the indie labels' lead and pledge to share the profits of their streaming service equity sales, May goes on: "The problem [indie label repping] Merlin, Universal, Sony and Warner have is not IF they will share this money with artists, but HOW they or their labels will share it. We are waiting for the first label group to comprehensively say how it will develop an appropriately defined mechanism that is fair to all concerned for sharing this money with artists".

In his statement, May then asks an assortment of questions about that mechanism, including whether artists signed since the major got its equity will benefit, and whether equity profits will be shared based on number of streams or some other form of weighting?

He goes on: "We don't feel as artists and artist representatives that we have the entirety of experience to create the perfect weighting system on our own, but then again neither would the labels, without first holding a wide debate with artists and their representatives, and also seeking expert external advice. Merlin and the Worldwide Independent Network have made some progressive and encouraging moves towards tackling the problem of sharing money and have engaged expert external advice".

Concluding, he says: "We urge all label groups involved to participate in a community debate, to frame guidelines for a fair template for sharing money across a catalogue. A widely accepted template would be used as a basis for future opportunities like equity sales but also for other scenarios, and would save record companies a lot of PR and legal anxiety reducing tensions between artists and their labels".

All of this, of course, links into the wider issue of transparency - or a lack thereof - which was very much raised by the UK's Music Managers Forum in the 'Dissecting The Digital Dollar' report last year, which sets out to explain how streaming services are licensed, and the specific questions artists and managers need to ask. Transparency will also be a key topic at this year's CMU Insights @ The Great Escape conference, more details on which here.

Edith Bowman heads up relaunched Virgin Radio presenter line-up
UTV Media has announced the line-up of presenters for the soon to be relaunched Virgin Radio, with Edith Bowman taking the flagship breakfast slot. The rest of the station's daytime line-up will be completed by Jamie East, Kate Lawler, Matt Richardson, and Tim Cocker. In that order.

Says Bowman: "I'm utterly THRILLED to be asked to host the breakfast show on the new and exciting Virgin Radio. Being back on the radio five days a week is going to be a lot of fun, and a place where I can share my passion for music and film with a wonderful audience".

"I feel honoured to be given the responsibility and can't wait to get started - being the only solo female breakfast show host on national radio is an exhilarating opportunity", she continues. "Live bands, films, established artists, new music, interviews and an open conversation with the morning audience is going to be an absolute pleasure".

Virgin Radio Programme Director Liam Thompson adds: "We can't wait to bring Virgin Radio back to digital radio in March. This is a completely fresh start for a hugely admired brand - we've got a new line-up and approach, and securing a presenter as talented as Edith Bowman speaks volumes about our commitment to making a real impact in music radio. Jamie, Kate, Matt and Tim will do a great job in entertaining the nation throughout the day; listeners are going to want to tune in and turn us up!"

As previously reported, Virgin Radio is returning as part of the portfolio of stations that will appear on the UK's new second national DAB network, a joint venture between UTV and Bauer. Earlier this week UTV also announced the presenter line-up for another relaunched brand that will appear on that network, TalkRadio. Virgin Radio was last on air in 2008 before being morphed into Absolute.

  Approved: Let's Eat Grandma
There's something quite ominous about Let's Eat Grandma. Even after you realise that their name is taken from a grammar joke.

To be fair, they have gone to some lengths to cultivate that atmosphere. Even the handclaps at the beginning of debut single 'Deep Six Textbook' are quite chilling. I thought it was a rule that handclaps had to be uplifting and joyful. Apparently not.

Newly signed to Transgressive, the duo will release their debut album this summer. In the meantime, this single is out now, with a video that shows a suitably dark twist on the British seaside to go with the otherworldly pop that soundtracks it.

Listen to 'Deep Six Textbook' here.

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Belly reform
Belly, who you may remember from such decades as "the 90s", announced earlier this week that they're reforming this year. For shows. Live ones.

"Right now we can tell you with relative confidence that the UK shows will fall in the middle of July, and US shows will be scattered throughout August and possibly into September", say the band. "We've also got a handful of brand new Belly songs in various stages of writing and recording, that we'll be releasing one by one over the next few months".

So that's all quite vague.

Max Martin and Cecilia Bartoli to receive Polar Music Prize
The recipients of this year's Polar Music Prize have been announced as songwriter Max Martin and mezzo-soprano Cecilia Bartoli.

Max Martin said this: "If you can somehow influence popular culture, shape it in some way, when something becomes bigger than just a song, that's the greatest thing for me... this is what I love about music. You can reach so many people. This is a great honour. See you in Stockholm in June!"

Cecilia Bartoli said this: "What a fantastic surprise, I'm so happy to be awarded the unique Polar Music Prize 2016. I feel deeply honoured because this amazing prize is all about a passion for good music without boundaries".

They'll get their trophies off of Sweden's King Carl XVI on 16 Jun at the Stockholm Concert Hall.

Benji Webbe, Decca Classic, Lion Coffee & Records, more

Other notable announcements and developments today...

• Two women have been arrested in relation to the previously reported attack on Skindred frontman Benji Webbe in Newport last month. One was charged with assault, the other with affray and criminal damage.

• Universal Music has made Alexander Buhr the new Managing Director of Decca Classics. His predecessor, Paul Moseley, has been appointed Senior Vice President Of Strategic Content And Partnerships, Global Classics. "Careers", said Buhr. "Content", added Mosely.

• East London's Lion Coffee & Records has opened a pop-up coffee and record shop in Gap's Oxford Street store. It'll be there until Record Store Day, at which point it will presumably have done enough. There are going to be events too. Have a look at the events.

• You know, I'm getting pretty bored of all your droning on about how Apple Music isn't available on Sonos. It is now. Are you happy?

• Lana Del Rey's done a new video. It's got Father John Misty in it.

• Gwen Stefani's first solo album for a decade will be released on 18 Mar. It's called 'This Is What The Truth Feels Like' and it has the most abysmal artwork.

• There's now a video for 'I'm In Control' by AlunaGeorge. Watch that here.

• Nonsemble will release new album 'Spaceship Earth' on 24 Mar. Listen to 'Somnambulists' from it here, which features Mel Tickle and Shem Allen.

• Hey, so Sarah P has a new video out. It's for a track called 'I'd Go', taken from her recent-ish EP 'Free'.

Halsey reckons genre classifications are "absolute bullshit"
Electro-pop singer Halsey thinks genre classifications are "absolute bullshit" in this here modern age. Which is so electro-pop.

Says the electro-pop singer and occasional Justin Bieber collaborator to Rolling Stone: "Genre in 2016 is just absolute bullshit. Half the records on hip hop radio are pop records at their core, and half the records on fucking alternative radio are pop. And pop radio doesn't even know what the fuck it's doing".

But that doesn't stop those "fucking alternative radio" stations from turning down quality electro-pop when presented to them by a fine electro-pop singer like Halsey. "I end up pleading my case to alternative programmers", she goes on. "You're telling me that my music is too dark for pop, too pop for alternative, and urban radio won't touch it - so we have a record that doesn't fit in. And what is more alternative than that?"

Electro-pop, that's what. Anyway, food for thought there from electro-pop star Halsey.

 
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