WEDNESDAY 10 AUGUST 2016
TODAY'S TOP STORY: You know how we said Ed Sheeran being accused of ripping off a Matt Cardle song was his equivalent of Robin Thicke being accused of ripping off a Marvin Gaye song? Yeah, well scratch that. Ed Sheeran has been accused of ripping off a Marvin Gaye song. Though, whereas it was the Marvin Gaye estate that accused Thicke of ripping off 'Got To Give It Up' on his hit 'Blurred Lines'... [READ MORE]
 
TODAY'S APPROVED: Danish musician Amalie Bruun's black metal project Myrkur has been approved once before, although on this occasion it feels like we're writing about something new. A live acoustic EP called 'Mausoleum' is being released on 19 Aug and, as the title hints, the performance was recorded in Oslo's Emanuel Vigeland Mausoleum, accompanied by the Norwegian Girls Choir... [READ MORE]
TOP STORIES Now Ed Sheeran's being sued for ripping off a Marvin Gaye record
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LEGAL Congressman behind US Songwriter Equity Act responds to DoJ's consent decree conclusions
Ozzy Osbourne sued over allegedly unpaid royalties by former collaborator
Dispute between Simon Fuller and 'Idol' owner hots up
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DEALS R&S Records signs up with Believe Digital
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LIVE BUSINESS Tributes paid to Studio 338 employee following devastating fire
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MARKETING & PR Purple Entertainment promotes Anna Meacham and Emma Philpott
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MEDIA TeamRock allies with The Ticket Factory on new ticketing website
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ARTIST NEWS New Order brew a beer
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AND FINALLY... 'Power' producer responds to 50 Cent's outburst after his penis guest stars
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Now Ed Sheeran's being sued for ripping off a Marvin Gaye record
You know how we said Ed Sheeran being accused of ripping off a Matt Cardle song was his equivalent of Robin Thicke being accused of ripping off a Marvin Gaye song? Yeah, well scratch that. Ed Sheeran has been accused of ripping off a Marvin Gaye song.

Though, whereas it was the Marvin Gaye estate that accused Thicke of ripping off 'Got To Give It Up' on his hit 'Blurred Lines', it's the estate of one of Gaye's co-writers who is accusing Sheeran of ripping off 'Let's Get It On' for his song 'Thinking Out Loud'.

According to Reuters, the heirs of songwriter Ed Townsend are now suing Sheeran and his publisher for allegedly ripping off the "melody, harmony and rhythm compositions" of 'Let's Get It On' while writing 'Thinking Out Loud'. So that's fun, isn't it?

Sheeran, of course, is already fighting one song-theft lawsuit, after he and Snow Patrol's Johnny McDaid were accused of ripping off Matt Cardle track 'Amazing' on 'Photograph', the hit they co-wrote for Sheeran's 2014 album 'x'.

'Amazing' writers Martin Harrington and Thomas Leonard sued Sheeran and McDaid earlier this year after hiring the lawyer who led the Gaye family's successful plagiarism lawsuit against the aforementioned Thicke and his mate Pharrell Williams.

It's reassuring to know, isn't it, that in these uncertain times, and within this ever-evolving, rapidly-changing and some-might-say-imploding industry, some things are a constant. Like, where there's a hit, there's always a writ.

Congressman behind US Songwriter Equity Act responds to DoJ's consent decree conclusions
While six members of the US House Of Representatives have already written to the boss of the country's Department Of Justice supporting the conclusion the government agency reached over the consent decrees that regulate collective licensing Stateside, there are some political types in Washington getting ready to fight for the music industry's position on this debate: which is along the lines of "the DoJ can just fuck off".

As previously reported, having been charged with the task of reviewing the consent decrees that regulate American performing rights organisations BMI and ASCAP, the DoJ concluded that no changes needed to be made, but that the current rules obligate the societies to operate a so called 100% licensing system. The music publishers had wanted various amendments to be made to the consent decrees, while also arguing that the current rules definitely do not enforce 100% licensing, and that introducing such a scheme would be a disaster.

BMI plans to fight the DoJ's conclusions in court, while ASCAP will lobby Congress to step in to overhaul the way collective licensing is regulated. The hope is that any such intervention by the legislature could include a clarification that the collecting societies can continue to operate a fractional licensing system, meaning that for co-owned works written by songwriters allied to different PROs, a licensee needs a licence from each society with a stake in the song before using it.

Earlier this week six members of the House Of Representatives came out in support of the DoJ's conclusion on the consent decrees, but the music industry has its own supporters in Washington. One of them is Doug Collins, who has already been championing the songwriters' cause by co-proposing the Songwriter Equity Act in Congress, which would alter the way the rate courts decide what royalties songwriters are due under compulsory and collective licences in the US.

Although he has called the DoJ's conclusions on consent decree reform, confirmed last week, "very frustrating", he also notes that the government department added that maybe an overhaul of copyright law was needed to ensure a better music licensing framework Stateside. This was the positive, Collins reckons, "because the DoJ essentially said Congress needs to act [and] I think that gives us some leeway to work on it".

According to The Tennessean, Collins confirmed he would be talking to groups representing songwriters about this issue, but added that it was currently too soon to decide what approach he and other representatives who support the music community's case might take, including whether or not to tackle consent decree issues through amendments to the aforementioned Songwriter Equity Act or through totally new legislation.

Says Collins: "I think the Songwriter Equity Act for me is still the standard. I think it provides some good balance for some of the needs we have out there. But I think there are also some other things we can incorporate in, that digital media would be amenable to. In the end I need this to be a solution that does find common ground in this process. If we can do that and work with the different players, that's our goal".

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Ozzy Osbourne sued over allegedly unpaid royalties by former collaborator
Your main man Ozzy Osbourne is being sued by a former songwriting pal over allegedly unpaid royalties. Bob Daisley, who co-wrote a number of songs on Osbourne's early solo albums, reckons that a 2014 audit of his former collaborator's company Blizzard Music Limited showed that unapproved deductions were being made before the royalties he was due were calculated. Yep, that old classic.

The dispute centres in particular on royalties due on 'Crazy Train', the first single off Osbourne's 1980 debut solo album 'Blizzard Of Ozz'. Daisley has sued in the US for $2 million in allegedly unpaid royalties, filing his lawsuit in Nevada on Monday.

The litigation states that "although royalties have been paid to Daisley over the years, an audit conducted in 2014 showed that Osbourne and his company had been improperly deducting undisclosed fees before distributing royalties to Daisley and improperly withholding Daisley's rightful share of royalties owed under the publishing agreements for the commercial exploitations of the songs".

The lawsuit goes on: "While Mr Osbourne was benefiting from the songs co-authored by our client, the audit shows that he was systematically short-changing Mr Daisley. Mr Daisley had no choice but to bring this action to secure his fair share of the proceeds those songs have generated".

But a rep for Osbourne denies the allegations, telling Rolling Stone: "For the past 36 years, Mr Daisley has been receiving bi-annual royalty statements and cheques from Blizzard Music, totalling in the millions of dollars, which have been routinely cashed. Mr Daisley has audited Blizzard Music accounts over the years using several different auditing firms who found no discrepancies. He has previously filed lawsuits in the UK and the US and has lost on each occasion".

The spokesman went on: "We understand that Mr Daisley is now in retirement and that these funds are his main source of income, so it is his right to be diligent with his money, but after 36 years, this is tantamount to harassment. We would have hoped that after 36 years that Mr Daisley would have lost his unhealthy personal obsession and resentment towards Mr Osbourne's success. Blizzard Music and Mr Osbourne plan to vigorously defend these proceedings".

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Dispute between Simon Fuller and 'Idol' owner hots up
'American Idol' owners CORE Media have stepped up their battle with the talent show's creator Simon Fuller with an attempt to set aside its previous agreements with the entertainment industry veteran.

As previously reported, shortly after the final edition of 'American Idol' aired earlier this year, US-based CORE Media applied for chapter eleven bankruptcy protection, seemingly in part because of demands made by Fuller for allegedly unpaid consultancy fees. Fuller has not had an executive role at CORE – previously called CKX – for some time, but continued to consult on the shows he created that the TV business now owns, which includes 'So You Think You Can Dance' as well as the various 'Idol' franchises.

CORE has been busy negotiating with its various creditors in a bid to come out of bankruptcy. But then Fuller filed legal papers requesting access to more information about the firm's affairs, seemingly in an attempt to derail the deal that the media company was close to reaching with its other creditors.

A spokesman for CORE criticised that move, saying that: "After extensive investigation and constructive negotiations, CORE Media is pleased with the agreement it successfully reached with its official committee acting on behalf of the unsecured creditors. Mr Fuller's attempt to circumvent the process and disregard the work of the official committee is disappointing".

And now the company's lawyers have also responded, according to The Hollywood Reporter. They say of Fuller's recent legal filing: "[This] represents a blatant attempt to harass the debtors at a crucial stage in these proceedings for the benefit of a single creditor who was obviously unhappy with the [official] committee's conclusions".

CORE's legal response then goes on to request that the bankruptcy courts allow it to basically cancel previous consultancy agreements with Fuller, arguing that "the recent decline in the debtors' businesses, coupled with the recent conclusion of 'American Idol' on American broadcast television, has caused the Fuller consultancy deed to become more burdensome then beneficial".

It remains to be seen how Fuller and the courts respond.

R&S Records signs up with Believe Digital
Dance and electronica-focused indie label R&S Records has announced a new deal with Believe Digital, with the latter now set to provide the former with digital distribution in all territories outside Japan and North America, with a little bit of video management, neighbouring rights fun times and sync shenanigans thrown in as well.

Confirming the deal, Believe Digital's Ben Rimmer said: "We're delighted to be able to welcome R&S Records to Believe and strengthen our remit on dance and electronic music. We're looking forward to working with them across their fantastic catalogue, with an initial focus on key releases including Nils Frahm's Nonkeen project and Lone's highly acclaimed new album".

Meanwhile R&S Records founder Renaat Vandepapeliere added: "I'm extremely happy to be starting this new relationship with the guys at Believe. From what I have seen so far they will do a great job in representing R&S and our associated labels".

Tributes paid to Studio 338 employee following devastating fire
A man has died from injuries sustained during a fire at the Greenwich nightclub Studio 338 on Monday. The owners of the venue have confirmed that the victim was a man who worked at the club called Tomas Ceidukas.

A blaze broke out at the south-east London club, known for its house and techno nights, at around about midday on Monday. Over 100 fire-fighters tackled the fire which also spread to nearby industrial units.

Police are currently working with the Health And Safety Executive in a bid to work out what caused the fire. Fourteen men were initially arrested on suspicion of arson, but all were subsequently released without charge.

Confirming that a member of the venue's team had died from injuries caused by the fire, the club said on Facebook last night: "Our hearts are smashed and broken. Tomas fought for as long as he could given the extent of his injuries. He was as strong as an ox but it was too much even for him. We are so sad to tell you all that he died a few minutes ago".

Referencing the photo posted with the statement, the message went on: "This picture was taken in Ibiza last year when the whole team went out. He was the happiest guy on the island, but instead of spending it off clubbing all the time he stayed with the family and played with the kids by the pool, always making sure everyone was having a great holiday, helping with the food and generally just being Tomas".

Concluding, they said: "He was so pure and beautiful. An inspiration to us all, always positive, never complaining, working through the night to make sure the parties were the best they could be for you and us. We are all so devastated to lose him like this. Everything we do from now on is for you, our brother".

Purple Entertainment promotes Anna Meacham and Emma Philpott
PR firm Purple Entertainment yesterday announced the promotion of Anna Meacham to the role of International Head Of Entertainment And Music and of Emma Philpott to the job of International Head Of Entertainment And Sport.

Both have been with the agency for some time and work with a range of music clients, though the keen job title spotters out there might have noticed that Philpott is also leading on the company's move into the sports domain.

Says Purple Entertainment CEO Carl Fysh: "This is a massively exciting time. The concept of publicity and media strategy is changing by the day. The world is evolving in ever new ways and I am so proud to have such an innovative and forward thinking team overall. Anna and Emma help ensure we always make our clients The Conversation".

TeamRock allies with The Ticket Factory on new ticketing website
Rock media firm TeamRock has announced a new partnership with ticketing company The Ticket Factory to launch a new website called TeamRock Tickets. Which will sell tickets, see. To rock stuff.

Says TeamRock MD Tony Dowling: "This is an exciting initiative which will help cement TeamRock.com as the home of rock and metal. As well as original content, news and interviews our fans can now access tickets for live events too. Our audience is built of loyal and passionate people, who will soon be able to buy tickets under our brand, meaning we can provide an even better TeamRock experience".

The MD of The Ticket Factory, Stuart Cain, adds: "We are delighted to enter an innovative and exclusive partnership with the metal and rock powerhouse that is TeamRock. TeamRock has a worldwide global footprint of over six million rock and metal fans, so thanks to the creation of TeamRock Tickets, The Ticket Factory and this powerful new marketing channel will be the go-to selling platform for promoters of rock and metal events and concerts up and down the country".

  Approved: Myrkur - Mausoleum
Danish musician Amalie Bruun's black metal project Myrkur has been approved once before, although on this occasion it feels like we're writing about something new. A live acoustic EP called 'Mausoleum' is being released on 19 Aug and, as the title hints, the performance was recorded in Oslo's Emanuel Vigeland Mausoleum, accompanied by the Norwegian Girls Choir and former Ulver guitarist Håvard.

The live versions are very distinct compared to what we got on record; though that's not because, as you might have thought, the black metal elements of debut Myrkur album 'M' are played down in favour of its more folky influences. In fact, the black metal side of the project still comes through surprisingly strongly among the soft melodies of the live performances, particularly on one of the album's stand out tracks, 'Jeg Er Guden, I Er Tjenerne'.

The latest track from the record to be released is 'Onde Børn', of which Bruun says: "'Onde Børn (Wicked Children)' is a song that I wrote as a tribute to my supporters and it feels powerful to play it live, for them, with them. Performing it with the girls choir in the Emanuel Vigeland Mausoleum was a beautiful experience, the dark mood in the cold tomb, the crystal clear voices of the girls".

On the live recording in general, she continues: "There is room for very few people in the Mausoleum, but my whole Norwegian 'family' was there, people who worked on 'M' and so forth. A night I will never forget and which I'm excited to share with you".

Listen to 'Onde Børn' here.

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New Order brew a beer
New Order are the latest band to get themselves a beer. Which is to say they're making a beer and selling it to fans. Not just buying themselves a beer at the bar. Which would be less newsworthy. Whereas a band making a beer and selling it to fans is definitely still newsworthy. Just.

Say the band of the new brew: "It's been a pleasure to work with Moorhouse's of Burnley on our first foray into the brewing business. Even more so that they're celebrating their 150th anniversary, and have such a rich heritage in the North West".

By the way, did I mention that the band have worked with the Moorhouse's brewery in Burnley on the beer, which is called Stray Dog after the track on recent album 'Music Complete'?

'Power' producer responds to 50 Cent's outburst after his penis guest stars
OK, just in case you've been doing something more important with your life this week, we should inform you that 50 Cent has been busy moaning on the social networks about his dick making a brief cameo in the latest edition of the crime drama in which he appears, 'Power'.

This despite him being an executive producer on the show, and him having previously told a TV magazine that viewers would get a brief glimpse of his cock during a graphic sex scene on the programme and that he "didn't care" about it.

He was previously quoted by TV Guide as saying: "My penis is going to debut! I don't give a fuck. First it was supposed to be darker [so] you couldn't see it on the screen. [But then a producer] was like 'I gotta show you - when you put it on the screen, you can see it'. I don't care".

But, it seems, the rapper did care. Well, unless his social media spat with the show's creator Courtney Kemp Agboh was just some sort of publicity stunt. "Bitch, I can't believe you did that without telling me first, what the fuck is wrong with you!!!!" he wrote on Facebook.

"You knew what we were shooting", the creator responded. "Yeah that's your [dick – well, she used a suggestive emoji – but] you signed the waiver like everybody else".

Which is all well and good, but what about Auntie G? Why won't someone think about Auntie G? "So now my Auntie G can't watch 'Power' cause my dick is debuting tonight" 50 Cent apparently said in a subsequently deleted Instagram post. Poor Auntie G. Is she part of the publicity stunt too?

 
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