WEDNESDAY 27 APRIL 2016
TODAY'S TOP STORY: The judge overseeing the Led Zeppelin plagiarism case has dismissed various elements of the proceedings ahead of the scheduled jury hearing that is due to take place next month, mainly to the advantage of the accused Led Zeppers Jimmy Page and Robert Plant. As previously reported, Led Zeppelin are accused of ripping off a song by Randy Craig Wolfe... [READ MORE]
 
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CMU PODCAST: CMU's Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review the week in music and the music business, including Warner Music and the indie labels' opposition to Sony/ATV becoming wholly owned by Sony Corp, ATP's latest cancellation, the continued question over YouTube's position in hell, and the man taking Kanye West to court over a tweet. The CMU Podcast is sponsored by 7digital... [LISTEN HERE]
TOP STORIES Judge strips back Led Zepp plagiarism trial
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DIGITAL & D2F SERVICES Apple Music passes thirteen million subscribers
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THE GREAT ESCAPE CMU@TGE Previews: What if YouTube actually is the future?
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ARTIST NEWS Court documents reveal Prince left no will, former lawyer denies drug misuse rumours
Kid Rock issues statement on death of assistant
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RELEASES Ólafur Arnalds adds to LateNightTales compilation series
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GIGS & FESTIVALS McFly announce Anthology tour
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AWARDS Florence Welch and Jess Glynne announced as first Nordoff Robbins Silver Clef winners
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ONE LINERS Pandora, Twin Peaks, Stormzy, more
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AND FINALLY... Axl Rose glides through LAX on a scooter
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Judge strips back Led Zepp plagiarism trial
The judge overseeing the Led Zeppelin plagiarism case has dismissed various elements of the proceedings ahead of the scheduled jury hearing that is due to take place next month, mainly to the advantage of the accused Led Zeppers Jimmy Page and Robert Plant.

As previously reported, Led Zeppelin are accused of ripping off a song by Randy Craig Wolfe, aka Randy California, for their classic track 'Stairway To Heaven'. Led Zep toured with Wolfe's band Spirit in the late 1960s which - the lawsuit claims - is when they were exposed to his song 'Taurus'. The litigation, filed by a lawyer called Francis Malofiy on behalf of a trust that benefits from the late Wolfe's estate, claims that the band then lifted elements of 'Taurus' when writing 'Stairway To Heaven'.

Earlier this month the judge hearing the case decided that there were sufficient similarities between the two songs to allow the dispute to go to a jury trial. Though, in a pre-trial hearing this week, the judge plonked a load of limitations on what will be presented and debated in court. Most of the restrictions are on the plaintiff.

Perhaps most importantly, the judge has ruled that only those elements of Wolfe's songs contained within the published music as filed with the US copyright office - and not extra elements that appear in recorded performances of the work - can be presented in court.

A similar ruling was made ahead of last year's 'Blurred Lines' trial, and it means Malofiy won't be able to play a bunch of recordings he planned to play in court. And, perhaps more problematically, it means the expert musicologist testimonies he has so far filed are mainly invalid, because they are based on the recordings rather than the sheet music. The plaintiffs now have five days to submit alternative expert testimonies.

Elsewhere, the judge said plaintiffs can't list other allegations of plagiarism made against Led Zep, nor will they be able to chat about the band members' past use of drugs and alcohol, something that may have been used to throw doubt on Page's recollection from way back when that he had definitely not heard 'Taurus' before writing 'Stairway To Heaven'.

On other side of the equation, the defence were told they can't question the validity of the Rand Craig Wolfe Trust, which is leading on the lawsuit, but that they will be allowed to argue that the copyright in 'Taurus' is actually owned by Wolfe's son.

The other big bit of news this week is that neither Page nor Plant plan to testify during the trial, because as UK citizens the courts cannot force them. Previously recorded depositions will likely be played though.

Unless a settlement can be reached, the case should kick off on 10 May.

Apple Music passes thirteen million subscribers
Apple Music has now passed thirteen million users, Apple CEO Tim Cook said yesterday. The announcement of an addition of two million subscribers to its music streaming service since February came as the company announced its first decline in revenues since 2003.

The music service, as part of a collection of services the company now offers, was held up as a positive in the quarterly earnings announcement. While overall revenues are down, service revenues are up 20%, said Cook.

Launched last June, Apple Music had reached eleven million subscribers by August, according to Apple exec Eddy Cue at the time. That figure had reportedly dropped to ten million in January, presumably due to people who signed up for the three-month trial at launch choosing not to begin paying for it.

With the service back into growth again, that issue would seem to have stabilised. However, with the service pre-loaded on hundreds of millions of iPhones, it could be said that Apple appears to be struggling to convince most people to even sign up for a free trial.

Main rival Spotify is growing at a faster rate still, having added ten million paying subscribers to its service between June 2015 and March this year. And, although still much smaller, Tidal is also increasing the rate at which it signs up users. It recently revealed that it had pulled in two million users between November 2015 and March.

The majority of Tidal's new subscribers are likely to have come to the service this year, thanks to the Rihanna and Kanye West exclusives, which could mean it is getting closer to Apple Music's average of roughly one million new users per month. Of course, playing the exclusives game, especially when those are only temporary, probably means a higher churn rate of free trial users who lapse, but it's still closer to Apple Music's growth than would perhaps have been expected.

Nevertheless, Apple Music is still the second biggest on-demand subscription streaming service in the world, and it's growing. And like all Apple content services, it has the benefit of not needing to become particularly profitable, unlike rivals, because its key reason for existing is to sell hardware. That said, if it becomes a trend that Apple's hardware revenues continue to fall and service revenues continue rise, that could all change.

CMU@TGE Previews: What if YouTube actually is the future?
We are now less than a month away from this year's edition of new music festival The Great Escape which, once again, will feature the CMU Insights @ The Great Escape conference at the heart of its convention programme. Each day in the CMU Daily, CMU Business Editor Chris Cooke is previewing the sessions we will present this year.

So far we have outlined details of the strand 'What if YouTube actually is the future?', which will include sessions looking at the rather contentious YouTube licensing debates that are ongoing, at how artists and labels can get the very most out of the Google platform, at what kind of video content works best online, and at the new entertainment industry which is evolving around YouTube talent.

Before we move onto looking at another strand tomorrow, we can today reveal the final few speakers confirmed for the YouTube programme, which will take place in Dukes @ Komedia 2 on Thursday 19 May, hosted by Brittney Bean of Tracks 2.

Also presenting his take on what makes music-based video really work online will be founder and chief of the excellent Mahogany Sessions, Mark Murdoch, while joining the 'Meet the YouTubers' session is spoken word artist Suli Breaks alongside one of his business partners, Laura Allington from content marketing agency Kameleon.

And earlier in the day YouTube's EMEA Head Of Music Partnerships, Candice Morrissey, will take to the stage to discuss all the latest product developments on the platform. Click here for an outline of the full YouTube and video strand.

TGE delegates get access to all of CMU Insights @ The Great Escape and all the other festivities that take place over the three days of the festival - passes are £230 and available here. This year tickets are also available for just the convention side of the proceedings for £100 and those can be bought here.

  Approved: The Bridport Dagger
Last year The Bridport Dagger released their score for theatre production 'The Shells - Ausflug Nach Neu-Friedenwald' as an album. Now they're back weaving their own tales with a new EP, 'Knife Through Water', which is due out on 12 May.

Their tendency towards the tense and dramatic runs as strong as ever on the new record - particularly on the previously released 'The Butcher Of Rome'. Insistent stabs of piano drive the song forward as guitars jump from left to right with jittery energy, as Jason Idnani-Powdrill's vocals tear through the middle.

This week the band release the video for another track 'Harry Dean Stanton', which sees them working again with 'The Shells' director Kirsten Brandt. The song finds The Bridport Dagger at their closest to laid back, though a slightly threatening air still looms, and the song is all the better for it.

Watch the video for 'Harry Dean Stanton' here.

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Court documents reveal Prince left no will, former lawyer denies drug misuse rumours
Prince's sister Tyka Nelson has filed court papers petitioning for a special administrator to oversee his estate, according to the BBC. This is apparently due to the musician not preparing a will before he died last week.

As previously noted, it was not clear at the time of Prince's death who would manage his estate, as he had no spouse or children to immediately take it on. Tyka Nelson is his only surviving sibling. She has requested a court appointed executor to oversee her brother's sizeable business interests. The exact size of the estate is not clear - estimates of up to $250 million have been made - though court documents show that he had $27 million in property.

It is the fate of his music that will be of most interest to many, and without a will to stipulate how this should be managed in his death, it is unclear what will now happen to it.

The musician very strictly controlled his recordings, of course, routinely forcing even Vine clips offline, and latterly keeping his catalogue off all streaming services other than Tidal. Whether an executor, possibly looking to maximise the income from the estate, would hold to these principals remains to be seen.

Meanwhile, Prince's lawyer L Londell McMillan has disputed rumours that the musician had been treated for an overdose of prescription drugs shortly before his death, saying that he was "not on any drugs that would be any cause for concern".

As previously reported, Prince's private jet made an emergency landing while returning to Minnesota from shows in Atlanta earlier this month. Hours later he left hospital in Illinois and continued his journey. Less than a week later his body was found in a lift at his Paisley Park home.

TMZ subsequently reported, based on information from unnamed sources, that the emergency landing and hospital treatment came after the musician overdosed on pain medication Percocet. But McMillan told People that he spoke to Prince on the Sunday before he died and nothing seemed untoward: "He said he was doing perfect. He said, 'OK, I'll call you soon'".

"People use medication", he added, noting that Prince was a vegan and known for living a clean lifestyle. "The question is, are you on meds in a dangerous way? Everybody who knows Prince knows he wasn't walking around drugged up. That's foolish. No one ever saw Prince and said, 'He looks high'. It wasn't what he was about".

It remains unclear exactly what caused Prince's death, with the results of a post-mortem not expected for several weeks.

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Kid Rock issues statement on death of assistant
Kid Rock has said that he is "beyond devastated" after his assistant Michael Sacha was killed in an apparent quad bike accident at his home.

According to The Tennessean, Sacha had been ferrying guests who had spent the evening at Kid Rock's home in Whites Creek, Tennessee to a taxi. On his way back to the property he seemingly lost control of the vehicle and was deceased before emergency services arrived.

In a statement, Kid Rock said: "He was a member of our family and one of the greatest young men I have ever had the pleasure to not only work with, but also to become friends with. I know I speak for us all in sharing my deepest condolences to his family. I cannot imagine how they must feel".

"We've already been contacted by the press asking if it was me who was in the accident, so I want to stop any rumours before they spread", he continued. "I'm asking everyone to please respect our and his families' privacy in this difficult time. RIP Mike. We will never forget you, my friend".

Ólafur Arnalds adds to LateNightTales compilation series
Ólafur Arnalds has curated the latest 'LateNightTales' compilation, which is due for release on 24 Jun. As well as two new compositions by Arnalds himself, he's also recorded a cover of Destiny's Child's 'Say My Name' with Arnór Dan for it.

As well as the three exclusives from Arnalds, there are also previously unreleased contributions from Odesza, Kiasmos and David Tennant, who provides the compilation's now traditional spoken word closer.

"When I was asked to do the next installation of the LateNightTales series I thought, 'This will be fun and easy, only a couple of days work. No problem'", say Arnalds. "Six months later, I was still pulling my hair out in some kind of quest to make the perfect mix".

He continues: "As someone who has never really done mixes before, I learned a lot of things along the way and the whole experience was very inspiring. I decided to approach the mix in a similar way as I would one of my scores. This is the soundtrack of my life. I included songs from many of my friends and collaborators and tried to deliver a mix that represents who I am as an artist and where my influences are coming from - both personally and musically".

Here's the full tracklist:

1. Hjálmar Lárusson and Jónbjörn Gíslason - Jómsvíkingarímur - Ýta Eigi Feldi Rór
2. Julianna Barwick - Forever
3. Koreless - Last Remnants
4. Odesza - How Did I Get Here (Instrumental) (Late Night Tales Exclusive)
5. Anois - A Noise
6. Samaris - Góða Tungl
7. Ólafur Arnalds - RGB (Late Night Tales Exclusive)
8. Rival Consoles - Pre
9. Four Tet - Lion (Jamie xx Remix)
10. Jai Paul - Jasmine
11. James Blake - Our Love Comes Back
12. Spooky Black - Pull
13. Ólafur Arnalds feat Arnór Dan - Say My Name (Exclusive Cover Version)
14. Sarah Neufeld & Colin Stetson - And Still They Move
15. Kiasmos - Orgoned (Late Night Tales Exclusive)
16. Ólafur Arnalds - Kinesthesia I (Late Night Tales Exclusive)
17. Hjaltalín - Etheral
18. David Tennant - Undone (Exclusive Spoken Word)

Listen to 'Kinesthesia I' by Ólafur Arnalds here.

McFly announce Anthology tour
McFly are at a bit of a loose end what with Busted getting back together for that reunion tour, but now they've got a tour of their own to look forward to. Which is nice.

Branded the 'Anthology' tour, it will see the band perform tracks from all five of their albums across three nights in four cities around the UK. The first night of each run will be devoted entirely to their 2004 debut, 'Room On The Third Floor'. The second will then deal with 'Wonderland' and 'Motion In The Ocean', and the third 'Radioactive' and 'Above The Noise'.

Tickets go on sale this Friday. Here are the dates:

16 Jun: Glasgow, Academy
17 Jun: Glasgow, Academy
18 Jun: Glasgow, Academy
20 Jun: Birmingham, Academy
21 Jun: Birmingham, Academy
22 Jun: Birmingham, Academy
24 Jun: Manchester, Academy
25 Jun: Manchester, Academy
26 Jun: Manchester, Academy
28 Jun: London, The Forum
29 Jun: London, The Forum
30 Jun: London, The Forum

Here's a video thingy.

Florence Welch and Jess Glynne announced as first Nordoff Robbins Silver Clef winners
Nordoff Robbins has announced the first winners of this year's Silver Clef Awards, with Florence Welch taking Best Female and Jess Glynne named Best Newcomer.

"I am THRILLED to be receiving the Jack Daniel's Best Newcomer award at the O2 Silver Clef Awards", says Glynne, because she is far more on brand than me. "Music is such a healer, and what Nordoff Robbins are doing is really inspiring".

Welch adds of her win: "It is a real honour to be receiving the Best Female award at the O2 Silver Clef Awards. It is really special to be recognised by Nordoff Robbins, a charity who use the power of music to change lives".

All the prizes will be handed out at a ceremony held at Grosvenor House in London on 1 Jul.

CMU's One Liners: Pandora, Twin Peaks, Stormzy, more

Other notable announcements and developments today...

• Having streamed the second series of its sister show 'Serial', Pandora has now done a deal to exclusively offer US podcast 'This American Life'.

• The full cast list for the new series of 'Twin Peaks' is out, and it features Trent Reznor, his wife Mariqueen Reznor and Nine Inch Nails bandmate Robin Finck, Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder, Sky Ferreira, Sharon Van Etten, all three members of Au Revoir Simone, Ruth Radelet from Chromatics and The Veils' Finn Andrews.

• Stormzy has shared the video for new track 'Scary', which will apparently not featuring on his upcoming debut album. Answering questions about that album though, the video opens with the words "The album is coming. When? Look behind you". Not sure that did answer any questions actually.

• Alesso wants to know something. He would like you know if you want to watch his new video. I assume so, anyway. I'm only really saying all this as a lead into his new single being called 'I Wanna Know'. It's got Nico & Vinz on it.

• Megadeth have released a 360° live video for 'Poisonous Shadows' from their latest album 'Dystopia', allowing you to swing around checking out different bits of the stage.

• The rumours are true. Gold Panda has released another track from his forthcoming album. This is it, it is called 'Pink & Green'.

• Hanni El Khatib has premiered a new track, 'Gonna Die Alone'.

• Nite Jewel has released another track from her upcoming new album, 'Liquid Cool'. Here's 'Kiss The Screen'.

• Tegan & Sara will headline Koko on 22 Jun. I was thinking I'd seen them there once before, but it was actually Brixton Academy. Do let me know if you want more anecdotes.

• Band Of Horses will release a new album called 'Why Are You OK?' at some point in June. Here's first single 'Casual Party'. They'll also play two London shows on 5-6 Jul at Shepherds Bush Empire.

Axl Rose glides through LAX on a scooter
Axl Rose was followed around Los Angeles International Airport by the paparazzi as he arrived to catch a plane this week. He pleasantly but briefly answered questions about Coachella, AC/DC, Prince and more as he did.

"Oh, but Axl Rose broke his foot recently", you are correctly thinking. "That must have been a right pain in the arse, trying to get all the way through an airport on crutches with photographers hounding you all the way".

See, it's thoughts like that which really show up your lack of imagination. Axl Rose has no need for crutches. Axl Rose is currently propelling himself around on a scooter specially designed for someone with one foot out of action.

And, yes, I have written all of this because apparently I'm not allowed to just write, "Look at Axl Rose riding around on a scooter" and then post the video.

But look at Axl Rose riding around on a scooter.

 
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