FRIDAY 19 AUGUST 2016
TODAY'S TOP STORY: Sharon Hodgson MP, Co-Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group On Ticket Abuse, has written to new Culture Secretary Karen Bradley calling on her to implement greater protections for sport and music fans against ticket touts, not least by enforcing existing laws regarding the resale of tickets, both online and old-school outside the venue... [READ MORE]
 
TODAY'S APPROVED: Drum n bass pioneers Fabio & Grooverider will headline Proud's weekly Polo night tomorrow, going back to their roots with a house set. Best known for their work in dnb of course, Fabio & Grooverider were also among the first DJs to bring house music to the UK. Fabio dips his toes back into house from time to time solo, but it will be interesting to see what... [READ MORE]
   
BEEF OF THE WEEK: Northamptonshire Police have admitted that they got themselves into "hot water" by posting a photoshopped image of Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston on Twitter to promote their Prevent counter-extremism team. It's hard to know where to even begin with this one. I mean, I assume you know that Taylor Swift and actor Tom Hiddleston started dating... [READ MORE]
TOP STORIES Sharon Hodgson MP calls on new Culture Secretary to act on secondary ticketing
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LEGAL This time anti-piracy group BREIN knocks out a file-sharing Facebook group
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ENTERTAINMENT
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Kanye West opens global retail chain (for the weekend)
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LIVE BUSINESS Madison Square Garden Company buys into US radio and events firm Townsquare
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MEDIA National commercial radio stations will qualify for five year renewal of AM/FM licences
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ARTIST NEWS Frank Ocean releases new album (not that one)
James Bourne's new Busted musical premieres in Brighton
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RELEASES Oasis release new version of D'You Know What I Mean with re-cut video
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ONE LINERS Kobalt, Rick Astley, Universal, more
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AND FINALLY... CMU Beef Of The Week #319: Taylor Swift v Northants Police
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Sharon Hodgson MP calls on new Culture Secretary to act on secondary ticketing
Sharon Hodgson MP, Co-Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group On Ticket Abuse, has written to new Culture Secretary Karen Bradley calling on her to implement greater protections for sport and music fans against ticket touts, not least by enforcing existing laws regarding the resale of tickets, both online and old-school outside the venue.

Following the previously reported launch of the music industry-led anti-tout FanFair campaign, which came in the wake of the government's own report on secondary ticketing, Hodgson, Kerry McCarthy MP, Nigel Adams MP and Reg Walker of Iridium Consultancy went on a 'fact-finding mission' to Wembley Stadium. There they observed touts selling tickets to a football game between Liverpool and Barcelona. Unlike music events, selling tickets to football matches without authorisation is illegal in the UK.

In her letter to Bradley, Hodgson notes that there was touting openly going on, starting at Wembley Park tube station all the way down to the stadium, with around 30 touts offering tickets to the match. Listing some of those who lost out because of this situation, she said that a teenage Barcelona fan had been sold a ticket for £170 and told its face value was £100, when it was in fact £26. A Spanish family, meanwhile, were turned away at the gate, when they were told that tickets they had bought from a tout were invalid for entry.

A number of the touts in attendance were already well-known to authorities. One of them, Roger Leigh, is the business partner of David Spanton, who was recently jailed for selling unauthorised tickets.

Commenting on the visit to Wembley, Hodgson says: "Following our fact-finding mission to Wembley, we uncovered the scope and scale of ticket touts operating on the ground and fleecing fans desperate to get tickets to a hotly anticipated football match at our national stadium. The fact-finding clearly reaffirmed the need for action to be taken by the government".

She continues: "This is why I have written to the new Culture Secretary asking her to support our campaign by working with her colleagues in the Department For Business, Energy And Industrial Strategy and begin to implement the recommendations in the Waterson Review and with campaign groups, like FanFair Alliance, and finally ensure fans are put first is this unfair market".

Read Hodgson's letter in full here.

Elsewhere in secondary ticketing news, online face-value ticket exchange Twickets is partnering with HMV's Fopp stores to provide drop-off locations nationwide. People wishing to buy or sell unwanted tickets at their original face value will be given the option to make their exchange using Fopp as a middleman. The service opened at Fopp's Manchester store yesterday, with plans to roll out to other locations in due course.

"We want to make it easier for music fans to purchase official gig tickets at face value, and stop them losing out to touts and secondary sites selling at inflated prices with exorbitant booking fees", says Twickets founder Richard Davis. "It's fantastic to be working with highly respected specialist retailer Fopp, and we hope this new in-store service will allow more fans to be able to see their favourite artists without needing to scrimp and save to pay scalpers' fees".

CMU Premium subscribers can read our recent analysis of the secondary ticketing market here. To become a premium subscriber for just £5 per month, click here.

This time anti-piracy group BREIN knocks out a file-sharing Facebook group
Dutch anti-piracy organisation BREIN continues in its previously reported bid to target prolific individual file-sharers, and also to demonstrate that it's targeting those who share music and movie content without permission in an assortment of different places - this time by sharing links via a Facebook group.

Since stepping up its efforts against individual online pirates once again, BREIN has successfully pressured file-sharers using both KickassTorrents and Usenet to commit to no longer share content without licence. The latest targeted file-sharer uploaded music files to cyber-lockers and then shared links to the content via a Facebook group.

As with previous cases, BREIN secured an ex-parte court order against the man which would mean the file-sharer would incur regular fines if he continued to infringe copyright in this way. When presented with the order, the man agreed to comply, as well as to pay the anti-piracy organisation 7000 euros in damages.

According to Torrentfreak, the man wrote on his file-sharing Facebook group, which has since been shut down: "Ladies and gentlemen, by order of BREIN I have to stop uploading music. I will therefore quit effective immediately. In addition, I will leave the group today, both as administrator and as a member. I wish everyone all the best".

The 7000 euro fine is lower than that paid by some of the others recently targeted by BREIN, though it seems that the size of payment demanded is in part linked to the file-sharer's ability to pay.

Of course, some might argue that this activity on BREIN's part is merely tapping at the tip of an iceberg, with many file-sharers hard to identify, or located in inconvenient jurisdictions. Though the anti-piracy group presumably reckons this new strategy is worth the effort, taking certain key file-sharers offline, with fines sufficient that some other prolific uploaders - in the Netherlands at least - might worry they could be next.

Kanye West opens global retail chain (for the weekend)
Kanye West is opening 21 pop-up 'Pablo stores' around the world today, where you'll be able to buy some stuff he's thrown together and then slapped an inflated price tag on. It'll be fun. Good old-fashioned expensive fun.

Following smaller scale pop-ups in New York, LA and Paris earlier this year, West today opens thirteen shops in the US, plus others in London, Amsterdam, Berlin, Cape Town, Singapore, Melbourne and Sydney.

The London store, which takes over the Kachette event space on Old Street, opened its doors at 10am and will be open until 7pm tonight. The same opening hours will be in operation on Saturday and Sunday. So you could go along to that, or you could have a nice sit down somewhere else.

Look at a map of all the locations here, if you want.

Madison Square Garden Company buys into US radio and events firm Townsquare
The Madison Square Garden Company has taken a 12% stake in US media firm Townsquare, it has been confirmed, with plans for the two companies to seek strategic alliances moving forward.

MSG spun off its own TV and radio company, MSG Networks, into a standalone company just last year. Townsquare, meanwhile, owns 310 radio stations and 325 websites, including various music sites it has acquired in recent years.

Though it is possibly that it's more Townsquare's live events business - which includes a number of country music festivals - that is of my interest to the MSG company, which now has its core operations in venues and sport.

According to the Wall Street Journal, as well as MSG taking the equity stake in Townsquare, the two companies hope to "jointly explore marketing, sponsorship and booking opportunities".

National commercial radio stations will qualify for five year renewal of AM/FM licences
The UK's three national commercial radio stations operating on AM and FM - so that'll be Classic FM, Talksport and Absolute Radio - will all qualify for a five-year renewal of their licences from media regulator OfCom.

According to Radio Today, OfCom has confirmed that as the three radio stations' respective AM/FM licences come up for renewal in 2018, it will repeat the process employed last time, which is that the station's owners - Global, Wireless and Bauer - will be able to apply for a five year renewal, rather than having to compete against other bidders.

There has been a lot less bidding for analogue radio licences in recent years because of uncertainty over how long the traditional analogue networks will be operational as radio slowly shifts over to the DAB digital network.

Though given how long that process seems to be taking, and a reluctance in political circles to do what they did with TV - ie force digital on everyone by announcing a switch-off date - it now feels like good old fashioned FM will still be here for the foreseeable future.

Global, Wireless and Bauer will be able to begin the process of applying for a renewal of the Classic FM, Talksport and Absolute licences later this year.

  Vigsy's Club Tip: Polo at Proud Camden
Drum n bass pioneers Fabio & Grooverider will headline Proud's weekly Polo night tomorrow, going back to their roots with a house set.

Best known for their work in dnb of course, Fabio & Grooverider were also among the first DJs to bring house music to the UK. Fabio dips his toes back into house from time to time solo, but it will be interesting to see what they come up with together.

Also on the bill is Philgood and Polo's resident DJs.

Saturday 20 Aug, Proud Camden, The Horse Hospital, Stables Market, Chalk Farm Road, Camden Town, NW1 8AH, 10pm-2.30am, £5-8. More info here.
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Frank Ocean releases new album (not that one)
Frank Ocean has released a new album. What? Oh, no, not that album. A different album. But the album you've been waiting for seemingly endlessly is still coming, apparently. What arrived on Apple Music this morning, though, is a new 'visual album', appropriately titled 'Endless'.

So, right, as you'll surely remember, Frank Ocean's second album, 'Boys Don't Cry', has been a long time coming. Its release was originally hinted at in July 2015. Then in March this year it was "maybe a month" away. It was not.

In July this year, Ocean's website suggested it was imminent. And since then it's been expected within 24 hours and then failed to emerge roughly twice a week. Good news though, Frank Ocean's second album 'Boys Don't Cry' may now only be 24 hours away. Although it's not called 'Boys Don't Cry' anymore, according to Rolling Stone.

Nor is it called 'Endless', but 'Endless' is the Frank Ocean album we're here to talk about. Earlier this month, Ocean broadcast a livestream on his website showcasing instrumental music. Last night he returned to the same warehouse location for a second livestream, again playing recordings of some new material, only this time finished songs with vocals.

The stream included musical collaborations with Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood, James Blake, Jazmine Sullivan, Sampha and Arca, and at the end of the broadcast the 'visual album', featuring much of the music aired on the livestream, was released on Apple Music. Though Apple insists this isn't the aforementioned long-awaited second album.

An Apple spokesperson did tell Pitchfork to "keep an eye out this weekend for more from Frank". Which may mean that Ocean's second album proper is coming this weekend. Or it may mean that nothing is going to happen at all. He might decide he doesn't like being rushed and go back to tinker with the album a bit more.

Anyway, you can watch 'Endless' here.

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James Bourne's new Busted musical premieres in Brighton
James Bourne has only gone and written a second stage musical based on his own work. And having already plundered the entire one-album Son Of Dork catalogue, he's now moved on to Busted. 'What I Go To School For' premiered at Brighton's Theatre Royal yesterday.

The jukebox musical, featuring a selection of Busted's hits, as well as new songs, runs until Saturday, starring a cast of 40 chosen from the Brighton branch of the Youth Music Theatre. The story follows a group of teenagers who dream of breaking out of their hometown and seeing the world, then doing exactly that. You know, like Busted. Because the show is based on the story of Busted. So that's why.

"The show quite accurately tells story of the band from 2001 to 2005, though some characters are real and some characters are made-up versions of real people", Bourne tells the BBC. "Eventually it would be nice to open in the West End after we've had more time to develop".

"Matt and Charlie have been asking me lots about the show and they are very interested in what's going on", he added, of how his bandmates view the production. As well they might.

For more details, and to book tickets, click here.

Oasis release new version of D'You Know What I Mean with re-cut video
A new version of the video for Oasis's 1997 single 'D'You Know What I Mean' has been released, to coincide with a new nineteenth anniversary re-issue of the band's 'Be Here Now' album.

Back in 1997, 'D'You Know What I Mean' was largely considered to be the signal that Oasis were past their creative peak. Its high budget video, with all helicopters and that, only magnified that view. Now, of course, the song is considered by all living humans to be the band's crowning achievement. Possibly.

Director's Dom & Nic say of their re-cut video, which is accompanied by a new mix of the original track: "This was a once in a lifetime opportunity to bring the quality of the original video up to today's high definition standards, and also to look at the film again with fresh eyes and see what we could improve".

"Back in those heady days we shot the video on beautiful looking 35mm film, then the height of movie making technology, just like it was a feature film", they continue. "Shooting like that today would be unthinkable for a music video of this scale, film simply costs too much compared with digital cameras for all but the most extravagant projects".

"We also had the help of The British Army", they add. "Who cleverly saw it as the perfect recruitment drive, though questions were later asked in the House Of Commons concerning the British taxpayers helping Oasis make music videos!"

On the process of reworking the video, they say: "The 35mm film from the original shoot had been stored safely in the Oasis archive, which meant we could go back to the original film to re-master and recreate the video. This was the film equivalent of finding the band's long lost studio master tapes in pristine condition. During the process of re-editing we discovered even more powerful performance moments from the band, more epic helicopter shots and a new pacing with greater drama and energy than before".

'Be Here Now: Chasing The Sun Edition' is due for release on 7 Oct. Watch the new video for 'D'You Know What I Mean' here.

Kobalt, Rick Astley, Universal, more

Other notable announcements and developments today...

• Kobalt Label Services has announced that it will be working with IHT Records to release a new 'best of' from David Gray in October, which will include an 'ever changing tracklisting' version for the streaming platforms.

• Rick Astley has signed to booking agency WME for worldwide representation. He's currently on tour in the US, ahead of the October release of his latest album, '50', over there.

• Universal Music in the US has appointed Samantha Fink to the role of SVP Human Resources, reporting into EVP of HR Gautam Srivastava.

• Spotify has launched its first documentary film as park of its 'Landmark' series. 'Metallica: The Early Years' is available on the platform now. You can watch part one of the four part series on YouTube here.

• Earlier this week, Danny Brown announced that the guests on his new album will include Kendrick Lamar, Kelela and Earl Sweatshirt. New single 'Pneumonia' features none of them, but is ace.

• Loyle Carner has stated his recorded music format preference on new track 'No CD'.

• Kiran Leonard has released a new track, 'Coayacán'. You can catch him on tour in the UK next week too.

• Kaiser Chiefs have released a new song called 'Hole In My Soul' and will be touring the arenas of the UK in February and March next year. Sentences like that are never going to get any less confusing.

• Cat's Eyes have announced that they will be touring the UK this autumn, starting with a show at King's Place in London on 31 Oct.

CMU Beef Of The Week #319: Taylor Swift v Northants Police
Northamptonshire Police have admitted that they got themselves into "hot water" by posting a photoshopped image of Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston on Twitter to promote their Prevent counter-extremism team.

It's hard to know where to even begin with this one. I mean, I assume you know that Taylor Swift and actor Tom Hiddleston started dating pretty much the second she split up with Calvin Harris. And that this has been documented through a series of weirdly staged photos of them being all happy together. Right, good.

Maybe you're not aware of the UK government's Prevent programme, which aims to stop people from succumbing to extremism, but has been accused to doing the exact opposite. Among the tactics used by the Northamptonshire Police Prevent team is to try to engage people on Twitter using humour. It's not in itself a bad idea - listen to this edition of the 'Invisibilia' podcast for more on how meeting hostility with warmth can work - but the way it has been carried out has been a bit of a shambles.

This whole Swift/Hiddleston thing was the peak shoddiness of a weekly series of tweets on the @NorPolPrevent account called #FamousFriday. The first of these, back in May, explained: "Every Friday famous people will say quotes (that I have adapted) about Prevent".

Just in case you're thinking that that might actually be a fun thing to see pop up in your Twitter feed once a week, the first one (which really needed to be a strong one to get things rolling), was a picture of Mr T with the caption: "I pity the fool who doesn't know Prevent = safeguarding".

I know, right? But it got worse for all involved last month, when they posted a screengrab of a tweet from a Taylor Swift fan account which pictured Swift and Hiddleston frolicking in the sea. "Taylor and Tom at the beach today!" the grabbed tweet said. "Tom is wearing an I ♥ Prevent t-shirt".

Seems like a weird thing for a Taylor Swift fan account to say, but if you looked down at the photos, you could clearly see Hiddleston wearing a t-shirt saying "I ♥ P" - the rest of the word obscured.

But it was all a lie, dear reader. The screengrabbed tweet had been edited, and so had the picture of Tom's t-shirt. He'd actually been wearing a t-shirt saying "I ♥ TS". Which... let's not even start on that. The important thing we need to remember here is that the police had tampered with some evidence to make it look like something else.

Then late last month all the #FamousFriday tweets were deleted and it was announced that it would be replaced by something else new and fun instead. Now every Friday you can enjoy #FunFactFriday, which provides facts entirely unrelated to Prevent and with no mention of the scheme.

A spokesperson for Northants Police said that the tweets had been removed "to avoid anything being misconstrued", which is a funny old thing to say.

In a statement to the BBC this week, they said: "We can confirm that @NorPolPrevent use Twitter as a means to engage with local communities and this has, on occasion, included using images to portray messages in a non-confrontational or humorous manner. As part of our ongoing training of force social media users, we provide guidance on effective and appropriate use of social media and, on this occasion, some tweets were deleted by the users of the account to avoid anything being misconstrued".

Though redacted police emails obtained by Middle East Eye via a Freedom Of Information request show that a complaint following the Hiddleston/Swift tweet put the wind up them somewhat.

"We've received a complaint from [REDACTED] regarding the below", says one email. "Did we photoshop this? And can it please be deleted ASAP".

The complaint is quoted as saying: "Photoshopping [REDACTED] to suggest [REDACTED] is irresponsible in the extreme".

So that was a bit of fun that went too far, you could say. Though a more senior police officer chipped in: "I don't want to detract from the good work @NorPolPrevent do via Twitter, but probably just helpful to be mindful of editing pics of 'celebrities'. They spend a lot of money and carefully craft their public images, and associations with contentious topics can be concerning for them! Also from a copyright perspective, we can be treading in hot water! Like I said, I can see the merit in trying to myth bust and use humour... just advising to be careful".

Good to see the police have such a good grasp of copyright law. That's reassuring, isn't it? All of the tweets featured presumably uncleared images of various celebs being associated with a controversial government programme. And it's always good to remember that doing that sort of thing "can be treading in hot water".

Meanwhile, in a video Q&A for The Hollywood Reporter this week, in which he was talking about his role in 'The Night Manager', Hiddleston was caught off guard by a question about his relationship with Swift.

"We all live in a world where every phone has a camera and there's nothing new, really, about the spotlight on me. I think that's what happens when you're a public figure", he said. "I've learned that there are many sides to a story, and that sometimes there are a lot of stories out there which are false and the hardest thing is to try to not let those falsehoods affect your own life, that's what I would say".

Like when local police force in the UK starts tweeting slightly doctored images of you claiming that you are in love with a government anti-extremism campaign.

 
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