TUESDAY 20 SEPTEMBER 2016
TODAY'S TOP STORY: Fabric will reopen its doors today for a panel debate to discuss the state of the UK's nightlife and the future of culture in British cities. It will be the first time the venue has opened since it was forced to stop running club nights at the beginning of August. Joining the discussion, called 'Can Nightlife Be Saved?', will be Fabric's local MP Emily Thornberry, Amsterdam's... [READ MORE]
 
TODAY'S APPROVED: Last featured here in the Approved column back in 2014, Katie Gately is finally getting around to releasing her debut album. 'Color' is due for release on 14 Oct through Tri Angle, and is pre-empted by new single 'Lift'. The track is satisfyingly unpredictable, each section morphing into another twisted take on pop - or, as she puts it, "every childish sonic instinct... [READ MORE]
 
CMU PODCAST: CMU's Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from this summer, including the closure of Fabric, the launch of the FanFair campaign against secondary ticketing, and Frank Ocean's two new albums and how they contributed to the debate over streaming exclusives. The CMU Podcast is sponsored by 7digital... [READ MORE]
 
CMU TRENDS: As the European Commission publishes its draft new copyright directive, we review the key issues that the music community hopes might be addressed by the latest review of copyright law in Europe, and what the directive says about each of them. What has been achieved so far, and what next? CMU Trends articles are available to premium subscribers... [READ MORE]
TOP STORIES Fabric to reopen for livestreamed debate on the future of city nightlife
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LEGAL Cliff Richard to ask parliamentarians to back new law providing anonymity to those accused of sex abuse before charges filed
Lil Wayne says Cash Money Records still to account for $70 million spending spree
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LABELS & PUBLISHERS The Orchard partners with China's Taihe Music Group
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LIVE BUSINESS Coronet to remain open until 2018
Festival No 6 apologises over car park flood "ordeal"
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MARKETING & PR Lynne McDowell named PPL's Head Of Communications
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RELEASES Danny Brown releases Kendrick Lamar collaboration
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ONE LINERS Max Martin, Syco, MistaJam, more
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AND FINALLY... #SaveNelly campaign aims to pay rapper's tax bill through streaming alone
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NINJA TUNE - DIGITAL ASSISTANT (LONDON)
Ninja Tune is looking for a bright, meticulous and technologically-minded aspiring music industry professional to fill the role of Digital Assistant, based out of its London office.

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YOUR ARMY - CLUB PROMOTIONS ASSISTANT (LONDON)
Your Army is looking for someone with a broad understanding of electronic dance music to be Club Promotions Assistant. Your role will involve researching and building relationships with tastemaker DJs, database management and reporting back to a wide range of labels and artists.

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KARTEL MUSIC GROUP - PROMOTIONS EXECUTIVE (LONDON)
Kartel Music Group is a global, independent label services company representing an internationally acclaimed roster of labels and artists. The role we are seeking to fill is a Promotions Executive within our in-house Promotions Department.

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NOTTINGHAM TRENT STUDENTS' UNION - ENTERTAINMENTS SUPERVISOR (NOTTINGHAM)
Nottingham Trent Students' Union is recruiting for an enthusiastic individual to join its entertainments team. The Union operates across three campuses running a busy schedule of activity in its diverse venues. The Entertainments Supervisor will play a key supporting role in the programming and delivery of a wide range of entertainment.

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NAME PR - ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE (LONDON)
Name PR is looking to hire an Account Executive. This is a fantastic opportunity for a bright individual with exceptional writing ability and a good grasp of the music business to work on some of the UK and Europe's most interesting music issues.

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EINSTEIN'S GARDEN / GREEN MAN - MARKETING ASSISTANT (LONDON)
We are looking for a creative and motivated Marketing Assistant to join our friendly team, which organises events across the country including Wales’ largest music, arts and science festival, Green Man.

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YOUTH MUSIC - PA/ADMINISTRATOR (LONDON)
We’re Youth Music. We're a national charity investing in music-making projects for children and young people facing challenging circumstances. The PA/Administrator will be responsible for managing the CEO’s diary, co-ordinating and administrating trustee meetings and ensuring the smooth running of Youth Music’s office on a day-to-day basis.

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ANJUNABEATS & ANJUNADEEP - MARKETING MANAGER (LONDON)
Anjunabeats and Anjunadeep are looking for an experienced digital marketer to join our growing team in London. You will execute digital marketing campaigns for our releases, streaming playlists and tours with a specific focus on leveraging our social media network to drive results.

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INVOLVED MANAGEMENT - MANAGEMENT ASSISTANT (LONDON)
Home to Above & Beyond, Dusky, Lane 8 and Yotto (among others), Involved Management is looking for a motivated and proactive management assistant to work across two of our highest profile acts and our broader roster.

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INVOLVED GROUP - OFFICE MANAGER & PA (LONDON)
Involved Group is looking for an enthusiastic, highly organised and proactive individual to take on a new, wide-ranging office manager role within our growing operation. The successful candidate will have a can-do attitude, excellent attention to detail and experience implementing and managing office systems.

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ERASED TAPES - MARKETING & PR MANAGER (LONDON)
Erased Tapes is currently seeking a dedicated and highly creative Marketing & PR Manager to collaborate with both our in-house creative team and external PR partners. Core tasks include overseeing social media management, advising on overall business and product marketing strategies, special event planning, brand partnerships, and fostering relationships with online and print press partners.

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NINJA TUNE - SOCIAL MEDIA ASSISTANT (LONDON)
Ninja Tune requires a Social Media Assistant to work on the planning and execution of of compelling content across the label's social channels, working closely with the Social Media Manager and Digital team.

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RESIDENT ADVISOR - SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGER (LONDON)
Resident Advisor is seeking a digital media expert to manage our social media strategy. With more than one million fans across all platforms, a huge opportunity exists for an ambitious, quick-thinking person to directly shape the company’s social media agenda.

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9PR - ONLINE PUBLICIST (LONDON)
9PR is looking for an account manager with at least one year's experience in online press. Our campaigns range from up-and-coming-talent, established acts, catalogue releases and events across a variety of genres.

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YOUR ARMY - PROMOTIONS CO-ORDINATOR (LONDON)
Your Army is looking for a Promotions Co-ordinator to work across its raio and TV departments. The position is ideal for someone with excellent administration and time management skills.

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YOUR ARMY - ARTIST MANAGER (LONDON)
Your Army are a developing media company known for promoting the likes of Disclosure, Christine & The Queens, Major Lazer and Duke Dumont, with offices in London and Los Angeles. They are looking for an Artist Manager to join their growing Artist Management Division. The ideal candidate will have at least two years experience of working within a management company, or a proven track record working independently, and have been managing a 'dance' act.

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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.
 
22 Sep 2016 CMU's Chris Cooke will moderate a session at Radio // Future Sounds
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26 Sep 2016 CMU Insights Masterclass: Music Business Explained – For Start Ups & Brands
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27 Sep 2016 CMU Insights @ Music 4.5: The Politics Of Licensing
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3 Oct 2016 CMU Insights Seminar: Making Money From Music
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10 Oct 2016 CMU Insights Seminar: How Music Rights Work
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17 Oct 2016 CMU Insights Seminar: How Music Licensing Works
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24 Oct 2016 CMU Insights Masterclass: From Napster To Now – The Battle With Music Piracy
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24 Oct 2016 CMU Insights Seminar: The Music Rights Sector
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Fabric to reopen for livestreamed debate on the future of city nightlife
Fabric will reopen its doors today for a panel debate to discuss the state of the UK's nightlife and the future of culture in British cities. It will be the first time the venue has opened since it was forced to stop running club nights at the beginning of August.

Joining the discussion, called 'Can Nightlife Be Saved?', will be Fabric's local MP Emily Thornberry, Amsterdam's Night Mayor Mirik Milan, producers Goldie and Artwork, Bloc Festival's Alex Benson, Dan Beaumont from Dance Tunnel, and Fabric co-founder Cameron Leslie.

The moderator will be Gabriel Szatan from Boiler Room, which will also livestream the event, which will run from 2.30pm to 5pm today. Click here to tune in.

Fabric, of course, was forced to shut down, initially temporarily pending a licence review by Islington Council, in the wake of two recent drug-related deaths at the venue. At a hearing earlier this month, its licence was then fully revoked, the council claiming that "a culture of drugs exists at the club which management cannot control".

Defending his venue's record on drugs at the hearing, Leslie accused the council and police of colluding on "an entirely premeditated exercise to find the evidence required to be able to serve a summary review".

The venue's management have vowed to fight the council's decision. However, unlike last time it took the council (very successfully) to court, on this occasion it has already been closed down, making fighting such a legal battle more tricky. To that end, a fundraising campaign was launched last week to help raise a legal fund, with nearly £140,000 already raised.

You can throw a few quid in yourself here.

Cliff Richard to ask parliamentarians to back new law providing anonymity to those accused of sex abuse before charges filed
Cliff Richard plans to lobby Parliament next month in bid to get a change in the law whereby those accused of sexual abuse are not publicly named until after they are charged.

Richard, of course, was under investigation for nearly two years over allegations that he sexually assaulted a boy under the age of sixteen at a Christian faith rally in the 1980s. Three other men subsequently came forward following the initial allegations, accusing the singer of offences dating back to 1958, though - while he was questioned by police a number of times - Richard was never arrested or charged.

The Crown Prosecution Service then announced that the police investigation had been closed in June because there was "insufficient evidence to prosecute", though that decision is now being reviewed at the request of one of the men who accused the singer.

Richard was particularly angry that, when police searched his Berkshire home in 2014 as part of their investigation, BBC cameras were on site filming officers as they arrived at the property. Although the BBC continues to defend that reporting, in July Richard announced he planned to sue both the broadcaster and the police over the incident.

Now, according to the Mirror, Richard will attend Parliament on 17 Oct to urge MPs and Lords to back proposals put forward by former police chief and now Liberal Democrat peer Brian Paddick, who is proposing that the identity of anyone accused of a sexual offence should remain confidential until the accused person is actually charged, except where a judge feels it is in the public interest for that person's name to be published.

The identities of sexual offence victims are routinely kept confidential, and there has long been a debate on whether the same should apply to those accused of committing such crimes, certainly until arrest or even conviction, because of the impact mere accusations of this kind can have on someone's reputation. Though others argue that by naming the accused, other witnesses or alleged victims may come forward, informing the police's investigation one way or the other.

Richard says that he hopes Paddick's proposed reform of the law would end the "witch-hunts" against celebrities or other high profile figures that can occur as soon as any accusation of sexual misconduct is made against them, even when that person has not been charged with any actual offence.

Richard will be joined by DJ Paul Gambaccini at the parliamentary hearing, who himself endured "twelve months of hell" in the wake of sex abuse claims he was never charged for. The singer says that if he can help secure this change in the law, then it would "make all that I've been through almost worthwhile [if it] saves someone else going through the same thing".

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Lil Wayne says Cash Money Records still to account for $70 million spending spree
If the documentary project Apple Music is working on with Cash Money Records and its boss man Bryan 'Birdman' Williams could exclusively focus on the label's ongoing legal battle with Tidal backer Lil Wayne then - well - even I'd sign up to Apple's streaming flim flam for that.

According to TMZ, the latest legal wrangling between Birdman and Wayne centres on the $70 million of a $100 million advance from Universal Music that Cash Money Records is said to have spent. Part of Wayne's legal claim against the label is that he, as co-owner of Cash Money imprint Young Money, should have received a cut of that advance.

Birdman has seemingly stated that the $70 million was spent on artist advances, marketing and recording costs, but Wayne's people want to see accounts to prove that's so. Cash Money argues that it's already complied with that demand, providing the other side with 20,000 pages of documentation. But Wayne's lawyers say that, having browsed through all that paperwork, nothing in the 20,000 pages accounts for the $70 million.

So that's all fun isn't it? Meanwhile, Wayne has apparently now added to his list of Cash Money gripes following the departure of rapper Tyga from the Young Money roster. As previously reported, Kanye West announced last week that Tyga was now signed to his GOOD Music label. But, also according to TMZ, Wayne says he wasn't consulted about Tyga being cut free from his commitments to Young Money, even though the latter rapper had been pretty open about his grievances with the record company for some time.

See, this is all fine documentary material, right? Wayne's lawsuit against Cash Money is ongoing while - as previously reported - his separate action against Universal Music itself is currently on hold, pending the outcome of the Wayne/Cash Money case.

The Orchard partners with China's Taihe Music Group
Distribution firm The Orchard has announced a new partnership with Chinese music company Taihe Music Group. The deal will see The Orchard's catalogue pumped into a variety of digital music services in China, while it, in return, will rep Taihe's catalogue outside the country.

"We have been monitoring the Chinese market and its enormous potential for years now, waiting for the perfect opportunity for a strong entrance", says Tom Wheeley, VP Of Global Business Development at The Orchard. "Working with Taihe Music Group to mutually expand the reach of our artists and labels is exciting not only because of the new audiences we stand to connect with, but also because TMG are as relentless champions of independent music as we are".

"We are very excited for this win-win partnership and foresee it will be a significant milestone for the global digital music industry", adds TMG CEO Qianshimu.

The Orchard's full catalogue will now be available on Chinese digital music services Ali Music, Kugou, Kuwo, NetEase Cloud Music, QQ Music and Baidu Music, all of with are operated by TMG.

Coronet to remain open until 2018
Have you been enjoying The Coronet's final year? No, you haven't. Because what had been billed as The Coronet's final year has now become The Coronet's penultimate year. The South London venue has had an extra year added to its lease.

As previously reported, the venue had already managed to negotiate an extra year on its lease, before the space is lost to the redevelopment of Elephant & Castle. The venue has been putting on events in the area since 1879, and will now continue to do so until January 2018.

"We are delighted to announce that we have accepted an offer to extend the future of the Coronet for one more year", say the venue's management in a statement. "2016 has been an exciting year for us, featuring many memorable live shows and club nights and showcasing our versatility as a venue. Then just as the team were preparing for the last hurrah, this reprieve has re-ignited the engines".

"We hope to make 2017 even bigger and better than 2016 and make it a truly fitting farewell to this magnificent building, which is filled to the brim with musical history", they continue. "We hope that over the next fifteen months we will welcome you to enjoy this iconic venue with us, a stalwart of the South London entertainment scene for nearly 140 years".

As ever, stay tuned to the Coronet website for details of upcoming events.

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Festival No 6 apologises over car park flood "ordeal"
The founder of Festival No 6 has apologised to ticketholders who were left stranded when a nearby river burst its banks, flooding the event's car park.

Held in the quirky village of Portmeirion in Wales, the festival operates a park and ride scheme, with cars parking at the rugby club in nearby Porthmadog. Although organisers say that they had assessed the site for any risk of flooding beforehand and deemed it unlikely to be an issue, extremely bad weather meant that around 200 people had to seek shelter in a leisure centre over night, while they waited for their cars to be towed out of the mud.

In the wake of various accusations levelled at the festival, and a call for a public inquiry by the local council, organiser Gareth Cooper said in a new statement: "The weather we experienced this year at Festival No 6 was extreme to say the least and it was certainly our most challenging festival to date. The consequent ordeal faced by people at the park and ride was awful and for that we are truly sorry".

Both Natural Resources Wales and Gwynedd Council have claimed that the festival was warned of the flooding risk prior to the event, but Cooper insisted "we had no way of knowing this would happen".

He continued: "Despite the rumours and unfounded accusations flying around, we had no way of knowing this would happen and had no warning to that effect until the flood was literally in progress. Why would we knowingly risk people's property and our reputation? It simply makes no sense".

In response to complaints by some of those affected about a lack of contact over claims for compensation, he added: "Large scale claims like this can take a while to resolve - we have worked around the clock to push this through at no small cost to ourselves and hopefully we have reached a conclusion in record time that will satisfy everyone affected".

If only the car parks of Festival No 6 and Boomtown could have been combined this year, all that water could have cancelled out all that fire, and everyone's festival season would have been much happier.

Lynne McDowell named PPL's Head Of Communications
The UK record industry's collecting society PPL has announced the appointment of Lynne McDowell as its new Head Of Communications.

"We are delighted to welcome Lynne", says PPL Operations Director Christine Geissmar. "She brings a wealth of experience and knowledge and I am sure she will make a significant contribution to PPL".

As previously reported, McDowell left her role as Head Of PR at record industry trade group BPI early last year, and has since worked on a range of media, PR and education projects through her own agency, including running 'roadie school' the Cato Academy.

On her new role, McDowell says: "I'm delighted to be moving into the driving seat of communications at PPL. It's a fantastic opportunity for me to work alongside an ambitious team at an exciting time for the organisation".

So everyone's delighted, which is delightful. McDowell officially takes up her new post on 10 Oct.

 
  Approved: Katie Gately
Last featured here in the Approved column back in 2014, Katie Gately is finally getting around to releasing her debut album. 'Color' is due for release on 14 Oct through Tri Angle, and is pre-empted by new single 'Lift'.

The track is satisfyingly unpredictable, each section morphing into another twisted take on pop - or, as she puts it, "every childish sonic instinct I've ever had combined".

"I wanted to open the record densely, freely and quickly both as a warning and invitation", she adds. "It's the densest track I've ever made with 421 separate layers and incorporates a lot of my favourite sounds from childhood: fireworks, high-pitched screams, claps, smacks and stomps".

On her songwriting and production technique, she continues: "It's always about how much can I add before it just sounds too crazy. What's the most obnoxious thing I can make the song do? How can I have it be just 49% obnoxious and 51% fun? I think there is a pretty consistent thread of wanting to honour both things - wanting to honour the aggressive, not pretty sounds, but then also singing and always including a melody to balance that".

You want to know how all that pans out now, right? Listen to 'Lift' here.

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Danny Brown releases Kendrick Lamar collaboration
Danny Brown has shared another track from his forthcoming album, 'Atrocity Exhibition'. Called 'Really Doe', it features Kendrick Lamar, Ab-Soul and Earl Sweatshirt.

Speaking about the track, Brown says: "Me and Kendrick always talked about doing stuff, and I had the idea to get K-Dot and Earl together... but first I got me and Ab-Soul. And then one day when I was mixing the album with [Derek] Ali, K-Dot snuck in and just laced it. I had to be patient and wait on Earl, but it was all worth it you know because hip hop needs that posse cut. We just wanna make the best possible song cause we know the hype on paper. I know it's gonna satisfy, my feet is up".

So, stare at bottom of Danny Brown's shoes while you listen to 'Really Doe'.

'Atrocity Exhibition' is due for release on 20 Sep. Brown will be on tour in the UK in November.

Max Martin, Syco, MistaJam, more

Other notable announcements and developments today...

• Perhaps inspired by Paul McCartney, the only living songwriter to have scored more American number ones than him, Max Martin has also renewed his agreement with US collecting society ASCAP, allowing the ASCAPers to collect all of his performing right royalties Stateside.

• Syco's Global Head Of Business Affairs Matthew Angel has joined telly show maker Objective Media Group, where he will be Chief Operating Officer. "It was always going to take a lot for me to leave Syco, where I have had four amazing years, but I simply couldn't resist this new challenge", he said.

• Angel's new gig makes more sense when you remember Syco is a TV company as well as a record label. And Syco the telly show maker signed a new three year deal to keep on making 'X-Factor' and 'Britain's Got Talent' for ITV last week. No news yet on what Mel & Sue think of the deal.

• 1Xtra evening show host MistaJam will become Radio 1 evening show host MistaJam next January, when he takes over Annie Mac's daily show while she is on maternity leave. Meanwhile, Danny Howard will fill in for Mac on her Friday evening Radio 1 show.

Here's Tinashe's new single 'Company'.

• Warpaint have released a new track, 'Whiteout'. New album 'Heads Up' is out this week.

• Brandt Brauer Frick have announced that they will release a new album, 'Joy', on 28 Oct. Here's new single 'You Can Buy My Love'.

• Girli has, it cannot be denied, released a new track called 'Girl I Met On The Internet'.

#SaveNelly campaign aims to pay rapper's tax bill through streaming alone
Streams of Nelly's 'Hot In Herre' jumped 219% in the US last week, thanks to a campaign to pay off his tax bill that gained support from Stephen Colbert and James Corden.

TMZ broke the news last week that the rapper owed just short of $2.5 million in federal taxes. And an additional $150,000 in unpaid state taxes bumps him over that milestone. Although the report notes that Nelly is "already working with the tax authorities to resolve the issue", fans quickly moved to help him clear the bill a bit faster.

The #SaveNelly campaign urges people to stream 2002 hit 'Hot In Herre' on repeat while they sleep, aiming to get enough people on board to get that $2.5 million into his bank account through streaming royalties.

Based on the never entirely reliable average per stream rates from Spotify (and bearing in mind that different royalty rates apply for free versus premium streams), Spin reckons that Nelly needs somewhere between 287 million and 403 million streams in order to make up his shortfall. Last week, according to Billboard, 'Hot In Herre' plays were well up on the previous week, though still totalled less than a million, so it's going to take a while for the campaign to reach its total.

And, of course, that all assumes that Nelly sees 100% of any income generated by Universal release 'Hot In Herre', which seems unlikely. But even so, if the campaign maintains its current level of support, Nelly could well have paid off this tax bill by some time in the next century.

 
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