TUESDAY 16 AUGUST 2016
TODAY'S TOP STORY: London club Fabric has closed indefinitely, pending a licence review in the wake of two recent drug-related deaths at the venue. As previously reported, last week Fabric announced that it was cancelling all of last weekend's planned events, while a police investigation into the deaths of two eighteen year old men was ongoing. However, it has since emerged that the... [READ MORE]
 
TODAY'S APPROVED: How is a drum solo like a sneeze? You can tell it's coming and there's nothing you can do about it. So goes the old joke. But if you've ever seen Adam Betts play, whether with Three Trapped Tigers, The Heritage Orchestra or Squarepusher's Shobaleader One band, you'll know that anything he does is rarely expected. For his debut solo album, 'Colossal Squid', Betts... [READ MORE]
TOP STORIES Fabric closed indefinitely, pending new licence review
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LEGAL Reddit hits back at Atlantic's bid to identify track leaker's IP address
Victory Records comments on long running dispute with A Day To Remember as the metalcore outfit preps new album
Court approves sale of six Prince properties
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LABELS & PUBLISHERS Proper Music bags Hospital Records, hires new dance music sales rep
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INDUSTRY PEOPLE David Gest deemed to have died of "natural causes"
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RELEASES AC/DC's Phil Rudd to release solo album, after serving house arrest sentence
Fat White Family release new track, Breaking Into Aldi
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GIGS & FESTIVALS Slaves announce UK tour dates
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Fabric closed indefinitely, pending new licence review
London club Fabric has closed indefinitely, pending a licence review in the wake of two recent drug-related deaths at the venue.

As previously reported, last week Fabric announced that it was cancelling all of last weekend's planned events, while a police investigation into the deaths of two eighteen year old men was ongoing. However, it has since emerged that the venue's licence has actually been suspended at the request of the Metropolitan Police. It will be reviewed by Islington Council's licensing sub-committee in the next month.

The council said in a statement: "The Metropolitan Police applied for an interim suspension of Fabric's licence. Fabric agreed not to contest this application, and a licensing sub-committee has suspended Fabric's licence. This will be followed by a review of Fabric's licence within 28 days".

The Met said in a statement: "Officers felt the need to act due to concerns about the safety of those attending the club because of the supply of class A drugs in the venue and the recent deaths of two young men linked to the club. London has a world renowned night-time economy and people should be able to enjoy it safely, without concerns of serious crime. The Met is committed to fully playing its part in keeping people safe".

Last year, Fabric successfully fought off attempts by Islington Council to impose harsh new security measures on the club, including the use of sniffer dogs and ID scanning. That came as a result of an investigation launched by the council in 2014, following complaints from the police.

Having taken the local authority to court over those demands, a judge ruled that the dogs and ID scanning were not necessary. But it remains to be seen what new demands the council will make when it reviews the club's licence this time around.

Last week Fabric said: "For the past two years Fabric has operated without incident, but tragically in the past nine weeks two eighteen year old boys have died as a consequence of drug overdoses. In order to understand how this has happened we have agreed with the police and other agencies to suspend our operation while we investigate".

A new statement from the club is expected later this week.

Reddit hits back at Atlantic's bid to identify track leaker's IP address
Somewhat unsurprisingly, Reddit is pushing back against Warner Music's Atlantic Records, which is trying to identify the IP address of the user who recently posted a pre-release link to a single by Twenty One Pilots on the discussion site. Reddit reckons that Atlantic has not presented a strong enough case to be given access to information about the leaker.

As previously reported, Atlantic recently revealed that it was forced to rush release Twenty One Pilots track 'Heathens' because of the leak, which screwed up a marketing plan that included carefully timed exposure on various streaming platforms. All of which meant the track didn't perform as well as expected, reckons the major.

The record company is trying to identify who posted the link to the track on Reddit. This is seemingly in no small part because the music firm reckons that an employee must have been involved somewhere along the line. And while the legal case against a random individual posting a link to a pre-release track which they may not themselves have uploaded is complicated, if an employee was behind the link, that's a much more straightforward case of breach of contract, ie of the terms of the employee's employment contract.

However, in a legal response published by Ars Technica, Reddit has dubbed Atlantic's legal efforts to secure the IP address of the leaker as "an impermissible fishing expedition" on the basis the music firm "has failed to show that its claims are meritorious".

Reddit argues that the record company has failed to establish that it actually has a contractual relationship with the leaker. Though the label might counter that doing so is tricky while the Reddit user who leaked the track remains anonymous.

As well as that, Reddit has other arguments too. First, that it is unclear what action, if any, Atlantic would take if it turned out the leaker was not an employee. Secondly, no request for information has been made from the storage site where the leaked track was actually stored, though it's possible the upload was approved, just not the publishing of the link to where the recording was available.

Either way, Reddit reckons that "a petition for pre-action discovery should be granted only if a petitioner demonstrates that he has a meritorious cause of action and the information sought is material and necessary to an existing and actionable wrong", before adding "mere conclusory statements of suspicion and conjecture are insufficient".

It's now for a judge to decide whether to force Reddit to share the information about the leaker that Atlantic has requested.

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Victory Records comments on long running dispute with A Day To Remember as the metalcore outfit preps new album
Victory Records has put out a statement in response to a recent interview in Kerrang with American metalcore band A Day To Remember, claiming that frontman Jeremy McKinnon made a number of "untrue statements" regarding his band's long-running legal dispute with the label.

As previously reported, ADTR first went legal against their then label Victory in 2011. Allegations over under-paid royalties were seemingly at the heart of the dispute, though quite how many albums the band had delivered to the record company was also a sticking point. The band argued that they sued to secure what they were due, while Victory claimed that the outfit was just trying to get out of their contractual commitments to the label, possibly so that they could jump ship and sign to a major.

Despite ongoing legal wranglings between the band and the label, the former got permission from the courts to self-release 2013 album 'Common Courtesy' without the latter's involvement. Another self-released album, 'Bad Vibrations', is now incoming, hence the new interview with Kerrang.

Responding to the magazine's chit chat with McKinnon, Victory formally put its side of the dispute on the record in a statement last week, stating that: "The core issue in the lawsuit is how many 'albums' A Day To Remember delivered under its agreement with Victory Records. Not once before filing the lawsuit did ADTR claim to Victory or to the public that they had satisfied their five album recording commitment".

As for other claims against the label, Victory says: "[The band] never asserted that Victory's efforts concerning the marketing, promotion and distribution of [their earlier] albums was anything less than stellar. [And] during the years ADTR considered itself a Victory artist, they never complained about royalties".

Justifying its conduct since the legal battle began, the label continued: "Victory continued to pay A Day To Remember royalties even after the band filed [its 2011] lawsuit. Victory ceased paying royalties when ADTR interfered with Victory's merchandise sales to Hot Topic which was well into the lawsuit".

"Victory asserted a 'set-off' counterclaim in the lawsuit", the statement went on, "which in this situation permits the withholding of payments that may be otherwise due based on ADTR's material breaches of their agreement, which includes selling merchandise and music via ADTR.com, to other retailers, and refusing to deliver two commitment albums to Victory. As a result of these breaches, Victory sustained damages in the millions of dollars".

And finally: "In August 2011 - two months after ADTR filed the lawsuit - Victory made its first of many settlement offers to resolve this dispute. They were all rejected by the band. ADTR rejected Victory's settlement proposals again in 2013 and instead self-released 'Common Courtesy'. This was a very obvious indicator that they never had any intention of settling their lawsuit".

So that's all fun, isn't it? Back in 2013, when seeking approval to release 'Common Courtesy', a spokesperson for the band said: "In May of 2011 we joined the long list of bands that have filed suit against Victory Records. Although our case is still ongoing, we are very pleased with the judge's decision to allow us to release our next record. The only thing that has mattered to us while dealing with this lawsuit was getting new music to our fans. We are finally going to do that and we couldn't be more excited!"

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Court approves sale of six Prince properties
A judge in Minnesota has approved the sale of six properties that belonged to Prince. The trust administrating the late musician's estate had applied for permission from the courts to put the properties - which include a commercial building, a plot of land and some of Prince's other homes - up for sale.

As previously reported, the Bremer Trust seeking court permission to put some of Prince's property on the market led to speculation that the singer's most famous home, Paisley Park, with its on-site recording studio, would also soon be up for sale. But a spokesperson for the trust insisted that there were currently "no plans to sell either Paisley Park or the property referred to as the 'Purple Rain' house".

Following this week's court ruling, the trust will be able to list the six properties to be sold with real estate agents from 26 Aug, the slight delay seemingly to allow Prince's half-brother Alfred Jackson to tour each site first, according to Minnesota Public Radio News.

It's thought another eight properties owned by Prince will also be sold in the near future, though that will require separate court approval, and still won't include Paisley Park.

As previously reported, the courts are also still ascertaining who Prince's rightful heirs should be, he having not left a will when he died back in April.

Proper Music bags Hospital Records, hires new dance music sales rep
Hospital Records has moved its physical distribution for the UK and Ireland over to the Proper Music Group, from SRD. The distribution company will also handle the label's shipping to European partners from the end of September.

"We're delighted to be starting a new relationship with Proper this autumn", says Hospital MD Chris Goss. "After so many years of hard graft and good times with our friends and supporters at SRD, who have played a significant role in the growth of our label, Hospital are looking forward to building on that success with [Proper MD] Drew [Hill] and his team, and their expanding facilities and operations. I'd also like to say how good it feels to meet a chairman - Malcolm [Mills] - whose record collection is the dominant feature of his office".

With a new dance label on its roster, now also seems like a good time for Proper to announce it has hired a new dance music focussed sales rep in the form Dan Gilbert, who previously managed dance specialist record shop Massive Records and was Head Of Independent Sales at Amato back in the day. He also DJs.

He says of his appointment: "I'm excited to be joining Proper at a time when the business is not only expanding, but also diversifying its reach across different genres. Even though I come from an electronic music background, it's also great to see indie shops that were specifically dance in the past, now expanding into other areas, as DJs continue to play more eclectic sets and the record buying public follow suit; Proper's hugely varied catalogue is in a great position to capitalise on this".

Aforementioned Proper MD Drew Hill also says some words: "Working with as distinguished a label as Hospital is going to be great and their commitment to providing quality, creative physical records is inspiring. I also couldn't think of a better person to head up our dance sales than a DJ with retail experience".

David Gest deemed to have died of "natural causes"
David Gest died after a stroke, it has been reported. The impresario and reality TV star was found dead in a hotel room earlier this year, with police initially recording the cause of death as "unexplained".

According to The Sun, the US attorney handling the late star's estate, Edward Bearman, and the executor of his will, Gary Veasey, have both said that Gest died from a stroke. A post-mortem was carried out to establish the cause of death.

Having had a very varied career, at the time of his death, Gest was working on a new live show, 'David Gest Is Not Dead But Alive With Soul', which was due to premiere in July and tour the UK.

  Approved: Adam Betts
How is a drum solo like a sneeze? You can tell it's coming and there's nothing you can do about it. So goes the old joke. But if you've ever seen Adam Betts play, whether with Three Trapped Tigers, The Heritage Orchestra or Squarepusher's Shobaleader One band, you'll know that anything he does is rarely expected.

For his debut solo album, 'Colossal Squid', Betts takes the Three Trapped Tigers ethos of trying to make complex electronic music with live instruments and really hones in on the percussive elements of acts like Aphex Twin and Autechre. Rather than slaving over synths and samplers though, he triggers everything from behind the drum kit.

Having initially worked on the new record in the studio in the traditional way, recording a live session then convinced him to re-record it all live in one sitting. "It clicked that this was the way to represent the material in the best way possible - performed entirely live, as it happened", he explains. "Any 'mistakes', any looseness, felt like a step away from the feeling of material being written with the click of a mouse at a computer. It's really a punk album with tape delays instead of guitar chords".

He continues: "So much electronic music has had concerns with performance - how much of the amazing programmed music can be recreated live? For me music has been so much about the connection between the performers onstage and the audience".

Watch the video for the album's opening track, 'Drumbones', here.

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AC/DC's Phil Rudd to release solo album, after serving house arrest sentence
Former AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd will release his solo album, 'Head Job', on 30 Sep. The release of the record was delayed after he was convicted of both threatening to kill and drug possession, and then placed under house arrest, last year.

Having served his sentence, Rudd is now preparing to release the album, and says that he's changed his lifestyle. "My hell raising days are over", he reckons. "I see a psychiatrist once a week and I'm closer than ever to my children. I still have all my flash cars but now I want to grow chillies".

Here's the lyric video for a track from the album, 'Repo Man'.

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Fat White Family release new track, Breaking Into Aldi
Fat White Family have released a new track, 'Breaking Into Aldi', a collaboration with Sean Lennon, The Black Lips' Cole Alexander and Zumi Roscow of the K Holes. The track is their first new material since the release of second album 'Songs For Our Mothers' earlier this year.

"This song is a post apocalyptic vision of a barely united United Kingdom bereft of quality German supermarkets and their insipid low prices", says the band's Lias Saoudi. "'Breaking Into Aldi' is the anthem that never was, a call to arms for the senselessness of our future futility, an overcrowded shadow begging for a rerun, a sell out by sell outs for sell outs".

Saoudi adds: "This Fat Whites collaboration with Cole Alexander of the Black Lips, Sean Lennon and Zumi Roscow of the K Holes is by all intents and purposes the sound of hopelessness attempting to bleed itself dry".

You can catch Fat White Family live at Brixton Academy, supported by The Black Lips, on 17 Sep. Listen to 'Breaking Into Aldi' here.

Slaves announce UK tour dates
Slaves have announced UK tour dates for November, which will follow the release of their new album, 'Take Control', on 30 Sep.

The new LP was produced by Mike D off of the Beastie Boys, of whom the duo's Laurie Vincent says: "[He] became like another member of our band, we can safely call him our friend, which is just surreal!"

On the quick turnaround of 'Take Back Control', he adds: "If you stop making music, you stop being relevant, so we just cracked on".

The first track to be released from the album is 'Spit It Out', which you can listen to here.

And here are those tour dates I mentioned a while back:

10 Nov: Bexhill, De La Warr Pavillion
11 Nov: Truro, Hall For Cornwall
13 Nov: Cardiff, University Great Hall
14 Nov: Cambridge, Corn Exchange
15 Nov: Leeds, Academy
17 Nov: Newcastle, Academy
18 Nov: Glasgow, Barrowland
19 Nov: Birmingham, Academy
21 Nov: Bristol, Academy
22 Nov: Leicester, Academy
23 Nov: Nottingham, Rock City
25 Nov: Sheffield, Academy
26 Nov: Manchester, Albert Hall
29 Nov: London, Shepherd's Bush Empire
30 Nov: London, Shepherd's Bush Empire

Tickets on sale this Friday (19 Aug).

Uncut, The Great Escape, Drake, more

Other notable announcements and developments today...

• Uncut has a new look, don't you know, with the music mag boasting "a new contemporary design and premium look". Oh, and a new strapline too: "The Past, Present And Future Of Great Music". The revamp will "assert the core values of our magazine: our huge, informative and passionate reviews section; and our voracious appetite for new and unheard music, both old and new", says editor John Mulvey.

• Super early bird delegate passes are available for The Great Escape now. To buy click here.

• Other than 'Hotline Bling', Drake hasn't bothered with any music videos for his 'Views' album. Although now it looks like he might be doing one of those visual album things Beyonce likes.

• There's another new Regina Spektor song out in the world, here's 'Small Bill$'.

• Lustmord will release his long-in-production 'Dark Matter' album on 30 Sep. The record was created using sound collected from various libraries of recordings of space. Listen to a medley of tracks from it here.

• Apothek have announced that they will release their debut album on 30 Sep. Here's new single 'Invited'.

• Jinnwoo has released the video for 'Woman', taken from his new album 'Strangers Bring Me No Light'. He's also announced that he'll be touring the UK in September and October.

• Communion will mark its tenth birthday with a free show at the House Of Vans in London on 1 Sep. House band for the night Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats will be joined by a variety of acts from the band's first decade. Tickets available via ballot here.

• Want more anniversary bashes? Lex Records is holding a fifteenth birthday party on the roof terrace at Shoreditch's Ace Hotel this Sunday. On the bill are Andrew Hung from Fuck Buttons, Boom Bip and more. Details here.

• The Association Of Independent Music has announced that Stormzy will receive the Innovator Award at this year's AIM Independent Music Awards next month. The prize celebrates "the achievements of an artist, label or business person pushing the boundaries of independent music".

• The Music Managers Forum has announced that Vector UK chief Peter Rudge will be presented with its prestigious lifetime-achievement-style Peter Grant Award at the next edition of the Artist & Manager Awards, which take place on 24 Nov in London.

Kanye West fans mount Twitter campaign to score rapper the Super Bowl gig
Adele has already confirmed that she has declined an offer to play the half time show at next year's Super Bowl, and before any offer had even made, she being ever the most efficient of popstars. Now fans of Kanye West are now mounting a Twitter campaign to persuade American football chiefs at the NFL, and the sport's sticky syrup peddler of choice, Pepsi, that they should book the rapper to do the musical turn during America's big sporting event in 2017.

I mean, what could go wrong with that? Because we all know how much the NFL and its corporate sponsors love something a little bit edgy and controversial. And we all know how much West likes to tow the line to keep his booker's business partners and Middle America TV audience happy. Though when West decides to perform a dramatic n-word filled set at Super Bowl 2017 on the lines of his BRITs performance a couple of years back, at least we'll be able to re-run this gag in our coverage of it.

So yeah, #KanyeWestForSuperBowl51 I say.

 
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