One Liners: Fyre Festival, MJ Cole, Suede, more
Other notable announcements and developments today… • Here’s the first trailer for upcoming Fyre Festival documentary ‘Fyre’, which will appear
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Dean Martin’s daughter says Baby, It’s Cold Outside controversy is “outrageous”
This is turning out to be quite a controversial Christmas when it comes to your favourite festive songs, isn’t it?
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Approved: Farai
Vocalist Farai Bukowski-Bouquet and producer Tone have just released their debut album as Farai – ‘Rebirth’ – a late contender
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Tencent Music says it will “vigorously” contest fraud allegations by early investor
Tencent Music has said that it intends to “vigorously” contest allegations of fraud made against its co-President by an early
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British artists and music execs sign open letter on the Brexit shambles
As the Brexit debacle goes from a joke to a farce to a very black comedy, a plethora of UK
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Fleetwood Mac settle with Lindsey Buckingham
Lindsey Buckingham has settled his legal dispute with former band Fleetwood Mac, telling CBS that he is happy with the
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Neil Young angry at London show sponsorship
Neil Young has responded angrily to the announcement that he and Bob Dylan will co-headline one of next summer’s Barclaycard
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Netflix unveils first trailer for Gerard Way’s Umbrella Academy
The first trailer for ‘The Umbrella Academy’, a new Netflix series based on comic books co-written by former My Chemical
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Lambchop announce lucky new album
Lampchop have announced their fourteenth album, ‘This (Is What I Wanted To Tell You)’. It’s actually their thirteenth album, if
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One Liners: Noonie Bao, Apple, Auddly, more
Other notable announcements and developments today… • Music publisher Sony/ATV has extended its deal with Swedish songwriter Noonie Bao. Good
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Formula for perfect Christmas number one found
Tech driven record label Ostereo has analysed every Christmas number one from the last 50 years and come up with
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Approved: Kid Koala & Trixie Whitley
Kid Koala is preparing to release the second in his series of ‘Music To Draw To’ ambient albums, ‘Io’. While
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Job ad: Royal Albert Hall – Head Of Programming (London)
The Royal Albert Hall is one of the world’s most iconic entertainment venues, with an unrivalled history of world-class artists
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Job ad: Juno – Music Buyer & Product Researcher (London)
Juno is one of the world’s largest online music and equipment stores. We are looking for a music buyer and
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Setlist: Ticketmaster, WINTEL, Spice Girls
CMU’s Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from the last seven days,
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Ticketmaster switches on price-capped resale on its primary site
Ticketmaster UK has put live the previously promised price-capped resale function within its main ticketing platform, with the Live Nation
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EU launches piracy watch list
The European Commission has published its first Counterfeit And Piracy Watch List, highlighting cyberlockers, stream-ripping sites, P2P services, unlicensed download
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CISAC begins sanctions procedure over ongoing SGAE controversy
CISAC, the organisation that brings together the world’s song right collecting societies, has said it could kick out controversial Spanish
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Approved: Ida Kudo
Ida Kudo released her eponymous debut EP in 2015, so the follow-up, ‘Gold’, which arrived last month, has been a
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Sigrid announces debut album, Sucker Punch
Sigrid has announced that she will release her debut album, ‘Sucker Punch’, next spring. She’s also been announced as support
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