THURSDAY 19 MAY 2016
And so The Great Escape is go - the three-day new music jamboree and accompanying CMU Insights @ TGE conference having kicked off earlier this morning. If you're in Brighton for the festivities, check out our top artist tips below. Meanwhile, check the final schedules for the four CMU Insights conference strands, and follow updates and reports from the room, at cmuinsights.com/tge2016.
   
TODAY'S TOP STORY: Hey, it's nearly four and a half years since US authorities took down Megaupload and began proceedings to extradite key execs, including big boss Kim Dotcom, from New Zealand. And yet still pretty much nothing has happened since then, except for some big lawyers bills being run up. In fact, everything's taking so long that the hard drives that hold... [READ MORE]
 
TODAY'S APPROVED: The CMU Insights @ The Great Escape conference is not the only thing going on in Brighton this week. Did you know that there are also bands playing there? Over 450 of the bastards. And your delegates pass gets you access to all of them. Not that you'd be able to watch 450 odd bands in the space of three days. It's just not possible. Trust me. So you're going... [READ MORE]
TOP STORIES MegaUpload data potentially lost as aging hard drives fail, say lawyers
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LEGAL Maroon 5 guitarist takes plea deal in cocaine possession case
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MANAGEMENT & FUNDING !K7 expands management division, announces rebrand
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BRANDS & MERCH Hatsune Miku models for Vogue
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DIGITAL & D2F SERVICES Major Pandora shareholder expresses concern over streaming service's "costly and uncertain business plan"
Kobalt launches iOS data pump
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ARTIST NEWS Music industry's attitude to mental health in the spotlight during Mental Health Awareness Week
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AWARDS Dr Luke bars Kesha from performing at the Billboard Music Awards
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ONE LINERS Spotify, Rage Against The Machine, Willow Smith, more
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AND FINALLY... Elton John signs on for role in Kingsmen movie sequel
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SIX07 PRESS – FREELANCE SENIOR PR (LONDON)
Six07 Press is a well-established, independent music PR company, based in Camden. Are you an individual with a couple of years’ experience in music PR, who is able to take your acumen and apply it directly to our roster?

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SIX07 PRESS – FREELANCE JUNIOR PR (LONDON)
Six07 Press is a well-established, independent music PR company, based in Camden. This is a great chance for someone who has a tremendous sense of fun and creativity and would like to work in music PR.

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FIRE RECORDS – IT DEVELOPER / PROGRAMMER / SUPPORT (LONDON)
Fast growing North London music company Fire Records is looking for a full time IT genius and developer to support a close knit team, covering a variety of roles.

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YOUR ARMY - PRESS OFFICER (LONDON)
Your Army is seeking a dynamic Press Officer to join its busy press department and promotions team. The successful candidate will have a minimum of one year’s experience working across both print and online media alongside an adept understanding of both new and established artist campaigns.

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!K7 - LABEL MANAGER (BERLIN)
The !K7 Label Group is looking for an experienced Label Manager to join its Berlin team. We are looking for a highly organised and motivated individual to manage all aspects of our release campaigns whilst driving artist and label development.

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INGROOVES MUSIC GROUP - INTERNATIONAL DIGITAL ACCOUNT MANAGER (LONDON)
The position of International Digital Account Manager is responsible for the development and growth of key accounts in the digital music industry outside of North America. You will work closely with label representatives to ensure maximum visibility for our key projects and manage relationships with external accounts and internal teams at INgrooves.

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PRS FOR MUSIC - HEAD OF BROADCAST LICENSING (LONDON)
The Head of Broadcast Licensing will lead the Broadcast Licensing function within PRS for Music, managing negotiations with the largest broadcast customers. They will develop and drive the licensing teams to ensure PRS for Music is maximising revenues and increasing licence penetration whilst delivering excellent customer service.

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MINDS ON FIRE - PUBLISHING ASSISTANT (LONDON)
Minds On Fire, a dynamic music publishing company, is looking for an assistant to work across all aspects of the company. Reporting to the two directors, the role will involve managing the extensive works database, song registration, liaising with sub publishers, updating the website / social media platforms and assisting with synchronisation.

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ROCKET PR - NATIONAL RADIO PLUGGER (LONDON)
Rocket PR have an exciting opportunity for a national radio plugger to join their successful team. Rocket is one of the UK's leading radio and TV promotions companies, working with top independent labels and both emerging and established artists.

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MINISTRY OF SOUND - LICENSING EXECUTIVE (LONDON)
Ministry Of Sound requires a Licensing Executive to license and clear tracks (both third party and our own tracks) for our compilations within the required deadline, and looking after all the administration in respect of those albums.

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VEVO - SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGER (LONDON)
Vevo, the world's leading platform for music entertainment, is in search of a Social Media Manager to join us in our exciting Editorial department. You’ll be joining one of the leading online music platforms that receives over seventeen billion monthly views and you could be at the forefront of driving our brand.

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NETTWERK MUSIC GROUP - PROMOTION MANAGER (LONDON)
The Promotion Manager’s role is to co-ordinate, arrange, manage and support the promotion of artists being released by Nettwerk UK, wherein one or more aspects of the promotions are not being handled by external third parties.

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SNAPPER MUSIC - MARKETING AND ROYALTIES ASSISTANT (GRADUATE LEVEL) (LONDON)
UK independent label Snapper Music seeks a graduate looking for experience in the music industry in a role to include sales, marketing and royalty accounting duties. A great opportunity for an entry level position in our central London office.

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AEI MEDIA - MUSIC PUBLICIST (LONDON)
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a talented and passionate music publicist to work in-house at AEI Media across our variety of global music brands and artists. We are looking for an independent, well-rounded individual with a strong creative streak and passion for electronic music, a nose for a unique story and a strong contact base.

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[PIAS] ARTIST & LABEL SERVICES - LABEL MANAGER (LONDON)
[PIAS] Artist & Label Services is looking for a new Label Manager to join the team. The successful candidate will have the proven experience and understanding of sales, marketing and distribution necessary to navigate the challenges of the modern music business, allied to a sound grasp of both physical and digital routes to market.

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EGG LONDON - DIGITAL MARKETING MANAGER (LONDON)
Egg London is one of London's most established clubbing venues. We are currently looking for a Digital Marketing Manager to join our team in the Egg London office.

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LISTEN UP - SENIOR PRESS MANAGER (LONDON)
Listen Up provides a bespoke 360 promotional service offering radio, club, online and print campaigns in the UK and worldwide, consistently delivering results to clients in a diverse range of musical genres.

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A guide to upcoming events from and involving CMU, including seminars, masterclasses and conference sessions from CMU Insights and workshops from CMU:DIY, plus other events where CMU journalists are speaking or moderating.
 
19-20 May 2016 CMU Insights @ The Great Escape 2016
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21 May 2016 CMU:DIY x The Great Escape 2016
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kicks off 6 Jun 2016 CMU Insights Seminars Programme: How The Music Business Works
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6 Jun 2016 CMU Insights Seminar: Making Money From Music
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13 Jun 2016 CMU Insights Seminar: How Music Rights Work
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15 Jun 2016 CMU Masterclass: Music Business Explained - For Brands
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20 Jun 2016 CMU Insights Seminar: How Music Licensing Works
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27 Jun 2016 CMU Insights Seminar: The Music Rights Sector
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4 Jul 2016 CMU Insights Seminar: Merch, Live & Brands
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6 Jul 2016 CMU Masterclass: Navigating The Digital Market
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11 Jul 2016 CMU Insights Seminar: Building A Fanbase - Social Media Tools
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18 Jul 2016 CMU Insights Seminar: Building A Fanbase - Music Media
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25 Jul 2016 CMU Insights Seminar: Building A Fan-Orientated Business
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MegaUpload data potentially lost as aging hard drives fail, say lawyers
Hey, it's nearly four and a half years since US authorities took down MegaUpload and began proceedings to extradite key execs, including big boss Kim Dotcom, from New Zealand. And yet still pretty much nothing has happened since then, except for some big legal bills being run up. In fact, everything's taking so long that the hard drives that hold the defunct website's old data are now starting to fail.

One of the controversial file-transfer platform's former hosting companies which was ordered to keep hold of data from the service after it was shutdown has apparently warned that half of the hard drives storing those files are now unreadable.

As previously reported, when the US authorities took MegaUpload offline in 2012 users of the service lost access to files they were storing on the company's servers without warning. A lot of it was copyright infringing music and movies, but not all of it, and some people lost access to content they themselves had created.

MegaUpload actually rented server space from other companies, which were left with disconnected hard disks full of content after the shutdown, and nobody paying them to continue storing the files those servers contained.

A debate then ensued as to what should happen to those servers, and whether those who had used MegaUpload for legit purposes should and could get their files back. Although the courts were sympathetic with customers caught in the crossfire, the US government, and the music and movie industries which are suing the ex-MegaUpload business, weren't very helpful when it came to finding a way to reconnect users with their non-infringing content.

Having already got a cross section of data it reckoned supported its case against MegaUpload, the US government hasn't been especially bothered about working out what to do with the rest of the files held on those servers. While, as well as claiming to want to reunite former users with their lost files, MegaUpload lawyers reckon that the legit data could support the case that the site was a perfectly legal service that some used to transfer illegal files, rather than a hub designed for rampant piracy.

In 2013, it emerged that one of MegaUpload's old server hosts, Dutch web storage firm Leaseweb, had already wiped the servers it had been renting to Dotcome et al, while US firm Carpathia, which held the bulk of the data, last year requested permission to wipe its servers and put them back into use, after a change of ownership.

Meanwhile, in a new legal filing to the Virginia court overseeing those two civil cases brought against MegaUpload by the music and movie industries, reports TorrentFreak, both sides report that data is potentially being lost at a third hosting company, Cogent, because lack of use is causing hard drives to degrade.

"Recently, the parties have each been advised by Cogent that it has been unable to read eight of the sixteen computer hard drives on which the Megaupload cached data have been stored", says MegaUpload's filing. "Without the assistance of a computer forensic expert, however, Cogent cannot confirm that the data remains extant and uncorrupted".

MegaUpload's lawyers are asking the court to order the US government to foot the bill for preserving the data, if possible. They state that it has an obligation to do so, in order to prove that evidence pulled off the servers to support the case against MegaUpload was not cherry-picked and represents a fair picture of what was being stored.

As well as claiming that it is the US government's responsibility to pay for this, the lawyers also note that the freezing of assets while the case against MegaUpload's execs continues means that they cannot afford to do it themselves.

The court is yet to issue a ruling.

Maroon 5 guitarist takes plea deal in cocaine possession case
Maroon 5 guitarist Mickey Madden has accepted a plea deal over cocaine possession charges, following an arrest in New York back in January.

Johnson was allegedly seen passing cocaine to movie producer Bingo Gubelmann outside St Dymphna's bar in the city's East Village on 21 Jan. Both men were arrested. The guitarist's lawyer told New York Daily News earlier this week that his client had never touched any drugs and it was basically all Gubelmann's fault. Though accepting the plea deal means that argument will never have to be presented in court.

In order to avoid trial, Johnson agreed to carry out one day of community service. Accepting a similar deal, Gubelmann agreed to spend a day in a drug treatment centre. Both men's cases have now been adjourned for six months, and will be dismissed entirely if they do as they have agreed and avoid being arrested in that time.

!K7 expands management division, announces rebrand
!K7 Records has announced that it is expanding its management division, and rebranding the company as !K7 Music to reflect this evolution of what it does.

"As the company has grown and matured we realised that we could offer artists a full palate of services by leveraging the existing infrastructure of !K7", says CEO Horst Weidenmuller. "We now have four dedicated staff entirely focused on the management roster and it's a constantly growing area of !K7's business".

DJ, producer and founder of AUS Music Will Saul recently joined the management division, developing his own roster of electronic acts, including DJ Tennis, Bwana, Marquis Hawkes and Portable. Other acts managed by the company include Tricky, Mykki Blanco, Brandt Brauer Frick and Luca D'Alberto.

Hatsune Miku models for Vogue
Hatsune Miku has appeared in the latest issue of Vogue modelling clothes designed by Givenchy's artistic director Riccardo Tisci. Which is pretty good going for someone who doesn't actually exist.

The J-pop star began life as the mascot for vocal generation software Vocaloid, and has gone on to perform live in hologram form, pulling songs from a catalogue of thousands created by the programme's users. Her most high profile moment to date was supporting Lady Gaga on her 2014 US tour.

"She's so cool", Riccardo told Vogue. "It's insane - Japan is 20, 30 years ahead of the rest of us. She is a travel guide to the future".

"The collaboration with Vogue was a new and exciting challenge for us", added Guillaume Devigne of Crypton Future Media, the company behind Vocaloid and Hatsune Miku.

"Haute-couture is an unfamiliar territory for us, so we worked hard to design this CG composite featuring an exquisite Miku whom Vogue could identify with, while making sure we didn't aim for realism. No one wanted the photo to look like a model cos-playing as Miku. It had to be Miku wearing a Givenchy dress".

Read more and see an image from the photoshoot here.

Major Pandora shareholder expresses concern over streaming service's "costly and uncertain business plan"
Pandora's largest shareholder Corvex Management has written to the digital music firm's chairman Jim Feuille expressing dismay that the streaming service hasn't been sold already. Won't at least one deluded fucker bid to buy this nonsense?

"We have become increasingly concerned that the company may be pursuing a costly and uncertain business plan, without a thorough evaluation of all shareholder value-maximising alternatives", says the hedge fund's Managing Partner Keith Meister in the letter, also filed with the US Securities and Exchange Commission.

"We urge the company to immediately engage an independent investment bank with a fresh perspective and without any prior history of advising the company to advise on a value maximisation process - including the execution of a sales process - and to evaluate the results against other options including the risk-adjusted value of continuing to operate on a standalone basis".

Meister adds that Corvex was "surprised" at the recent return of Pandora co-founder Tim Westergren to the CEO role, adding that "Mr Westergren's public statements after his appointment as CEO appear to indicate a 'business as usual' approach at best, while at worst they suggest an unwillingness to consider a sale regardless of the price offered to shareholders or the cost and uncertainty inherent in a standalone business plan".

The hedge fund has decided to air these views publicly, he added, because of a "growing concern that management and the board of directors no longer appear willing to consider all paths to maximise shareholder value".

Corvex currently owns almost 10% of Pandora's shares. Read the letter in full here.

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Kobalt launches iOS data pump
That Kobalt has launched its very own iOS app, which will allow its publishing clients to check all that lovely data the company likes to pump out right there on their iPhones. Bad luck anyone on Android.

"This connection between a creator's works and their income is the first of its kind", shouts Kobalt CEO Willard Ahdritz. "It's a fundamental shift in the relationship between rights owners and their data. Imagine how that will influence their decisions, shape their perspectives on the industry and streaming, empowering them with the facts. I believe this will have an enormous impact on the future of music - out of the dark ages, full access, in real time. All in one app. The revolution continues!"

Continuing to be all shouty, he continues: "Putting the power of Kobalt into the hands of creators has always been a top priority for me. Today's music creators deserve the same transparent, on-demand access to their data that most other industries already have. The Kobalt App is a giant step toward delivering that for our clients. The feedback we are getting from our clients is incredible - no one has seen anything like this before! This is the only app that delivers true transparency for creators".

Alright, shush. That's quite enough shouting. You can find out more about the app here. And despite what I said earlier, there is apparently an Android version in the works. Phew.

 

Playlist: The Great Escape 2016
The CMU Insights @ The Great Escape conference is not the only thing going on in Brighton this week. Did you know that there are also bands playing there? Over 450 of the bastards. And your delegates pass gets you access to all of them.

Not that you'd be able to watch 450 odd bands in the space of three days. It's just not possible. Trust me. So you're going to have to form some sort of plan. But how to navigate a line-up of that size? Well, one way to do it - my preferred method - is to pick bands at random based on arbitrary reasons, such as quality of name, proximity to where you are standing, proximity to the queue for the band you actually wanted to see, and amount of free food being offered in order to get you through the door.

However, as I alluded to there, it's possible that there are acts you already want to see in advance. So you might like to form a hybrid plan that is part random and part list of acts you are already interested in.

Which is a fairly convoluted way of saying, here is a playlist featuring ten acts we're excited about seeing perform over the next three days.

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Music industry's attitude to mental health in the spotlight during Mental Health Awareness Week
As this year's Mental Health Awareness Week continues, the music industry is being placed very much in the spotlight.

Throughout the week, Noisey is publishing a series of articles and short films looking at mental health and music. The first of these films to be put online earlier this week features Bill Ryder-Jones, formerly of The Coral, and Rob Harvey, best known for his work with The Music, who both describe how their sudden rises to fame affected their mental health and how it was dealt with by others in the music industry.

Meanwhile, the Guardian has published an article written by the Music Managers Forum's Fiona McGugan, looking at how the music business could and should be better at caring for the mental health of its artists.

"Far from the cliché of a cigar-chomping penny counter, a good modern music manager will protect their client's emotional, mental and physical state just as passionately as their business interests", she writes. "It's a role that can make all the difference for artists who may be struggling with the demands of stardom, along with any other mental health challenges they harbour".

On Friday, as part of the 'What has the music industry ever done for you?' strand at CMU Insights @ The Great Escape, we'll also be exploring these issues. As part of this, we'll be screening highlights of Noisey's short films, and CMU Editor Andy Malt will be interviewing Vice's Alex Hoffman, Bill Ryder-Jones' manager Ellie Giles and others.

Find out more about 'What has the music industry ever done for you?' here, and watch Noisey's film with Bill Ryder-Jones and Rob Harvey here.

Dr Luke bars Kesha from performing at the Billboard Music Awards
Kesha has been forced to withdraw from a performance at this Sunday's Billboard Music Awards, after her appearance at the show was vetoed by Dr Luke's Kemosabe record label. The singer is, of course, currently embroiled in a complex legal battle with Dr Luke, but his company had apparently previously granted permission for her to sing at the awards.

"Kesha accepted an invitation to perform on the show and she received written approval from Dr Luke's record label, Kemosabe Records", said awards organiser Dick Clark Productions in a statement. "Kemosabe subsequently rescinded its approval following a media report on Wednesday 11 May regarding Kesha's appearance on the BBMAs. Unfortunately, Kesha and Kemosabe have since been unable to come to an agreement for Kesha to perform on the show".

The report referenced in the statement was a TMZ story which claimed that the singer was planning to stage a "statement performance", which would make "direct references" to her legal battle with Dr Luke that "might even include images of him".

However, the company added: "Dick Clark Productions has a long standing relationship with Kesha. We hope that the parties can come to an arrangement such that we can continue that long standing relationship with a performance by Kesha on the Billboard Music Awards stage on 22 May".

Kesha, meanwhile, is less optimistic about the situation being resolved, revealing what she had actually planned for her performance in a post on Instagram.

"I was very excited to perform a tribute to Bob Dylan by singing a cover of 'It Ain't Me, Babe' at the Billboard Awards this year", she wrote. "I'm very sad and sorry to say I won't be allowed to do this. I just wanted to make very clear that this performance was about me honouring one of my favourite songwriters of all time and has never had anything at all to do with Dr Luke. I was never going to use a picture of him, speak of him or allude to my legal situation in any way. I simply wanted to sing a song I love to honour an artist I have always looked up to. Thank you all for the continued support".

Dr Luke and Kemosabe did previously grant permission for Kesha to record a new version of Zedd's 'True Colors', which itself could have been seen as some sort of statement. In any case, this latest incident could be seen as another PR own goal for the producer and his key business partner Sony Music.

Spotify, Rage Against The Machine, Willow Smith, more

Other notable announcements and developments today...

•  YouTube's Red subscrition offer has launched in Australia, so for a monthly fee of AUS$11.99 folks down under can strip the site of ads.

• Until recently Universal Music's Global Head Of Digital Business, Francis Keeling is now Global Head Of Licensing at Spotify. So that's fun, isn't it?

• Rage Against The Machine are doing something. Possibly with Chuck D. Possibly not with all four members of the band.

• Imagine a world where Willow Smith is making music with Michael Cera. Stop imagining, you already live in that world.

• Richard Ashcroft has made a new video. He's hopes you will watch it (it is for the song 'Hope').

• BadBadNotGood have announced that they will release their new album 'IV' on 8 Jul. Here's the first single 'Time Moves Slow', featuring Sam Herring of Future Islands

• Highasakite have released a video for latest single 'Golden Ticket'. They'll be playing three headline shows following their Great Escape appearance this week, including at Village Underground in London on 24 May.

• Marcus Whale has released a new single, 'Vapour'. His debut solo album, 'Inland Sea', is due out on 10 Jun.

• Japanese rock group Band-Maid will release their debut international album 'Brand New Maid' on 17 Jun. Here's opening track 'The Non-Fiction Days'.

• Becky Hill has apparently never played a headline show before, which surely can't be right. Well, she definitely will have after 2 Nov, when she plays Electrowerkz in London. Here's new single 'Back To My Love'.

Elton John signs on for role in Kingsmen movie sequel
Elton John is set to appear in the sequel to Colin Firth spy movie 'Kingsmen: The Secret Service'.

The musician announced his involvement in 'Kingsmen: The Golden Circle' via Instagram earlier this week. However, he's been on the mind of director Matthew Vaughn for some time longer.

In an interview with ABC News Radio around the release of the 'Kingsmen: The Secret Service', Vaughn said that he'd had various celebs lined up for the first film in the series, though ultimately the cameos had been cut from the script. He had a particular role in mind for John though.

"I was umming and ahhing cos it had a whole fun subplot about celebrities being kidnapped", he explained. "I had an idea of, who's the worst celebrity you'd want to have locked in a cell? And I came up with Elton John, and having Elton John throwing these huge tantrums. Then I wanted to do an action scene of Elton John kicking the living daylights out of people".

It's not entirely clear if Elton John is going to go full action movie star on us now, Vaughn having also said back in 2015 that the reason the celeb story line was pulled - apart from the fact that "all the celebrities said no" - was that he didn't think it would work: "How do you have celebrities playing themselves, opposite famous actors playing another role? The suspension of disbelief suddenly becomes harder to pull off".

Still, what better time to revive old ideas you previously decided were shit but that still sound slightly intriguing than when trying to put together a sequel that almost no one is asking for. 'Kingsmen: The Golden Circle' is due out on 16 Jun 2017. Write that down.

 
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