TUESDAY 26 MAY 2015
TODAY'S TOP STORY: Following the previously reported open letter from the International Music Mangers Forum responding to last week's Sony/Spotify contract leak, the recently formed International Artist Association - which brings together groups like the UK's Featured Artist Coalition - has also published a letter in response to what we learned about Sony Music's deal... [READ MORE]
 
TODAY'S APPROVED: Formed in 2012, Amsterdam-based trio My Baby have developed a unique take on the traditional blues sound, blending in more modern stylings without leaving it feeling contrived or awkwardly juxtaposed. Vocalist Cato Van Dyck lays her vocals over music built around the riffs of guitarist Daniel Johnston (not that one). The band now have two albums to their name... [READ MORE]
TOP STORIES International Artist Association responds to Sony/Spotify contract leak
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LEGAL Pirate Bay co-founder appeals domain ruling
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DEALS Universal publisher extends deals with Axwell and Ingrosso
Sony/ATV deals with Krept and Konan and Lenka
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DIGITAL & D2F SERVICES Line launches streaming music service in Thailand
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MEDIA Boiler Room launches channel on Twitch
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EDUCATION & EVENTS Collective licensing, safe harbours, digital business models and freemium under the spotlight with CMU Insights
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ARTIST NEWS BB King daughters accuse business associates of murder
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RELEASES Pianist Christophe Chassol discusses working with Frank Ocean
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AWARDS Sweden wins Eurovision
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AND FINALLY... Paul Simon is a short monster, says Art Garfunkel
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International Artist Association responds to Sony/Spotify contract leak
Following the previously reported open letter from the International Music Mangers Forum responding to last week's Sony/Spotify contract leak, the recently formed International Artist Association - which brings together groups like the UK's Featured Artist Coalition - has also published a letter in response to what we learned about Sony Music's deal with the market-leading streaming service.

As with the IMMF letter, the IAO's correspondence is aimed at policymakers, and specifically European Union officials with responsibility for copyright and competition law. The letter, from IAO President (and also FAC CEO) Paul Pacifico, says that the Sony/Spotify contract leak "is a turning point for artists that cannot be underestimated" and that "the content of this contract suggests why non-disclosure clauses have been defended so fiercely".

Artists and their managers have, of course, long criticised the secrecy that surrounds the deals done between record companies and streaming platforms, arguing that it makes it all but impossible for creators, performers and their representatives to assess whether they - as beneficiaries of the copyrights the labels control and the DSPs exploit - are receiving a fair share of the booming streaming revenue stream.

With multi-million dollar advances a key part of the contract leaked last week, raising the question of what happens if advances exceed the Spotify monies the label is actually due in any one time period, the letter says: "Sony have apparently stated that they have a policy of sharing [unallocated] advances [with artists] voluntarily, which we would of course applaud and we know that Warner have made this claim in the past. If we could see the basis on which any such calculations were made and compare these with results that would be a good start, but we can't as until this moment, none of this information has been available to artists".

As with the IMMF last week, the IAO uses the contract leak as an opportunity to make a number of requests of European policy makers. These are as follows...

1. The IAO is part of the Fair Internet Coalition which represents some 500,000 performers from across both audio and audio-visual sectors in Europe. We have been calling for EU legislators to enact a change to the 'making available right' which would give artists a fairer share of revenue derived from streaming with some paid direct via their collective management organisation. This would also give performers some transparency and insight into the cashflow around their work.

2. The IAO calls on the labels to come to the table to develop a code of practise, with strict penalties for transgressors, that should govern all contracts between artists and record labels and which should provide a framework to better align their interests and foster relationships of partnership. For example the market would work far better with long licenses of copyrights replacing assignment, as is already the case in Germany.

3. The IAO would like to propose that the Commission instate us as an official witness to any anti-trust investigations into the digital market and relationships between producers and platforms to provide evidence of practices that abuse the dominant position of the major labels and distort the market against the interests of both consumers and artists.

Artist and management groups are already shouting loud as the European Union reviews its copyright framework. Whether last week's contract leak really impacts on that review is debatable - most of what was in the agreement we already kind of knew was happening - but it certainly provides a useful jumping-off point for the performers and creators who are seeking greater representation in this copyright review than ever before.

You can read the IAO letter in full here.

Pirate Bay co-founder appeals domain ruling
Pirate Bay co-founder Fredrik Neij is to appeal the previously reported ruling in the Swedish courts that said the controversial file-sharing site's flagship .se domains should be handed over to the authorities.

The ruling is the latest attempt by prosecutors and rights owners to take away the domains of prolific piracy sites, though the Swedish domain registry put up more of a fight than most, meaning attempts to take thepiratebay.se offline have taken quite a long time. And the appeal means there will now be a further delay.

When deciding that the Pirate Bay domains should indeed be handed over to the Swedish authorities, the Stockholm court noted that the TPB website has been previously deemed liable for copyright infringement in court, and that the domains are registered to Neij, who has personally been found guilty of criminal copyright infringement for his involvement in running the file-sharing operation.

It's the latter point that Neij is appealing, probably because he was previously banned by the Swedish courts from having any involvement in the future running of The Pirate Bay and, while the domain still being registered in his name doesn't mean he has actively broken that ban, he possibly worries that him being key to the new ruling in the domain case could set a dangerous precedent.

A legal rep for Neij told Torrentfreak: "The district court makes an erroneous assessment of how to look at a domain name. We believe it is an address assignment, not an estate. The prosecution has alleged two things. One is that crimes have been committed via The Pirate Bay. Fredrik Neij really has no views on this. The second is that he is involved in The Pirate Bay operation".

Neij seemingly wants his link to the Pirate Bay's Swedish domain to be removed from the court's ruling, so to ensure there can't be any further personal repercussions for him legally speaking. So it's not actually an effort to stop the domains from being seized by the authorities, but will likely mean any seizure will now be delayed.

Though, of course, The Pirate Bay already has a stack of other domains lined up to replace the .se address if and when it goes offline.

Universal publisher extends deals with Axwell and Ingrosso
Universal Music Publishing last week announced it had extended its global agreements with Axwell and Sebastian Ingrosso. The deals cover both producers' Swedish House Mafia dib dabs as well as any future musical magnificence they may or may not create, individually or via their irritatingly written Axwell/\Ingrosso project.

The renewed deals are with Universal Music Publishing Scandinavia, and were confirmed by the publishing major's President for Sweden and SVP for the Nordic Region, Martin Ingestrom. Though Jonas Wikstrom, Senior Creative Director of UMP Scandinavia, was also name checked for bringing the duo to the publisher in the first place way back in 2003, long before the Mafia's first hit.

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Sony/ATV deals with Krept and Konan and Lenka
In one of two new deals confirmed last week, Sony/ATV announced it had signed still buzzing urban duo Krept and Konan, who continue to resist using an ampersand (despite surely realising that their current moniker would result in a confusing headline on this story). The worldwide publishing deal comes ahead of the release of the duo's debut album, due out via Universal's Virgin Records on 6 Jul with cameos and guest spots from Ed Sheeran, Wiz Khalifa, Emeli Sande, Rick Ross and Jeremih.

Confirming the deal, Sony/ATV's Janice Brock told reporters: "We are really happy Krept and Konan wanted to join our roster. They are immensely talented songwriters, really versatile and they work day and night to please their fans. The advance response to their album has been amazing and reflects how committed their fanbase are to them".

Elsewhere at Sony/ATV HQ, the publisher announced it was extending its partnership with singer-songwriter Lenka, so that it will not only publish her upcoming fourth studio album 'The Bright Side', but it will also co-release it. The new deal means the Sony publisher will also manage the sound recording rights in the new record, though the label services division of sister company Sony Music - ie RED Distribution - will actually get the new long player to market (officially it is being released by Lenka's label Skipalong Records and Sony/ATV's Hickory Records).

Sony/ATV keeping control of both publishing and recording rights is seemingly a result of the high interest in Lenka's output within the sync market, where combined rights deals are always popular with licensees. Indeed, BMG and some indies commonly advocate combined rights deals with artists mainly because of the benefits in the sync space. Whether this is an approach Sony/ATV will seek to take with other highly synced singer songwriters remains to be seen.

Confirming the Lenka deal, Sony/ATV Co-President for the US Danny Strick said: "Sony/ATV is excited to be taking this innovative approach with Lenka whose music has long been hugely popular with brands, TV shows and filmmakers. The new partnership perfectly illustrates how the company's A&R and sync teams can effectively combine to create new opportunities for our songwriters".

Line launches streaming music service in Thailand
Having last year announced an alliance with music majors Sony and Avex with the intent of launching a streaming music platform in its home country, Japanese messaging app Line launched a new music service in its second biggest market of Thailand last week.

The Thai version of Line Music will provide the messaging app's 33 million users in the country with the option to stream and share music for 60 baht per month, which is less then two dollars. In terms of catalogue, a number of key local labels are seemingly on board, though the service doesn't seem to include the repertoire of GMM Grammy, which Billboard points out is said to control over 70% of the local music industry.

Commenting on the new service in Thailand, Line's Head Of Music Lim Suk-jun told reporters: "As Thailand is Line's biggest market outside Japan, we are pushing hard to bring diverse content and services that fit the lifestyles of Line users here. We hope our music streaming service can provide another channel to stimulate Thailand's music industry".

Boiler Room launches channel on Twitch
Boiler Room yesterday announced an alliance with the now Amazon-owned streaming video platform Twitch, which will see the former run a 24/7 channel on the latter, pumping out a combination of both archive content and the live music streams it is best known for. The partnership is the latest move by Twitch - best known for streaming gaming-related content - into the music space.

Confirming the alliance, Boiler Room's Mazdak Sanii told reporters: "We're really excited to launch our Boiler Room channel for music lovers within the Twitch community. The convergence between consumption of different forms of entertainment is a trend that creates great opportunities for partnerships like this one, between leaders in their respective scenes".

Twitch's Head Of Music Colin Carrier added: "Boiler Room has set a high standard for both the quality of its productions and the artists they spotlight. Since there's a lot of enthusiasm within our audience for Boiler Room, their decision to bring some of the best underground music to Twitch is a significant moment for both our platform and the broader music industry".

Collective licensing, safe harbours, digital business models and freemium under the spotlight with CMU Insights
Bookings are now open for two upcoming CMU Insights evening seminars, both focused on the music rights side of the industry.

'How Music Licensing Works' explores how artists, songwriters, labels and publishers make money from their music rights, and looks at how licensing deals are structured. It then jumps into the world of collective licensing, explaining when and why the music industry licenses collectively, and the pros and cons of this approach. Finally, vetoes and exceptions are covered, plus we explain why safe harbours are such a big talking point at the moment.

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'The Music Rights Sector' looks at how music rights are making money in 2015, reviewing the shift from physical to digital, and from downloads to streaming. It runs through the different kinds of digital music services, and reveals which services are gaining the most traction. We then explore the digital music spectrum and the current debate around freemium, before quickly reviewing the physical, sync and public performance markets.

This two hour seminar takes place on Monday 8 Jun at 6.30pm in Shoreditch, and places are just £49.99, click here for info.

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  Approved: My Baby
Formed in 2012, Amsterdam-based trio My Baby have developed a unique take on the traditional blues sound, blending in more modern stylings without leaving it feeling contrived or awkwardly juxtaposed.

Vocalist Cato Van Dyck lays her vocals over music built around the riffs of guitarist Daniel Johnston (not that one). The band now have two albums to their name, 2013's 'My Baby Loves Voodoo', and 'Shamanaid', which is released in the UK this week.

The band have a number of shows coming up around the UK next month before they begin hitting festivals around Europe, including Glastonbury.

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BB King daughters accuse business associates of murder
Two of BB King's daughters, Karen Williams and Patty King, have accused the musician's business manager, LaVerne Toney, and his personal assistant, Myron Johnson, of murdering the blues legend. As previously reported, King died earlier this month, aged 89.

The women claim that family members were barred from visiting King in the hospice where he was receiving treatment towards the end of his life, and accuse Toney and Johnson of poisoning him by "administered foreign substances", according to affidavits released to the Associated Press by their lawyer Larissa Drohobyczer.

Toney worked for King for almost 40 years, and had power of attorney over the musician's affairs towards the end of his life. She is named in his will as the executor of his estate. Commenting on the accusations, she reportedly: "They've been making allegations all along. What's new?"

One of the lawyers representing King's estate, Brent Bryson, added to the AP: "I hope they have a factual basis that they can demonstrate for their defamatory and libellous allegations. This is extremely disrespectful to BB King. He did not want invasive medical procedures. He made the decision to return home for hospice care instead of staying in a hospital. These unfounded allegations have caused Mr King to undergo an autopsy, which is exactly what he didn't want".

Las Vegas police confirmed that they are now investigating the claims, but said there is no active homicide investigation currently. It will be decided if further action needs to be taken based on results of a post-mortem, which are expected to be returned in eight weeks.

Pianist Christophe Chassol discusses working with Frank Ocean
French pianist Christophe Chassol has spoken about working with Frank Ocean at Abbey Road Studios recently.

Speaking to Gilles Peterson on 6 Music, reports the NME, Chassol said: "Ocean invited me to Abbey Road to record on his album. I asked him when I came how he heard about me. He told me his friend Diplo was listening a lot to [Chassol's 2013 album] 'Indiamore', and they started to listen to it, and they were wondering how I was doing the speech harmonisation, so he called me. He asked me to do some speech harmonisation on a song with him. After a while, it was cool and he was like, 'Yeah, but we have to find another way because you already did it'".

I Googled 'speech harmonisation' so that I could give you a definition, but I just got this speech from some guy at Deutsche Bundesbank and I don't think that's what they were going for.

Who knows though, it could have been one of the many things Ocean apparently printed out in the studio. Chassol continued: "The guy is smart. He's really smart. The way he works in the studio is really cool. He has a printer, he has a lot of pictures of architecture, contemporary art, a lot of pictures of different kinds of things. So we start to work on a track and he says, this track is this - that car that you can see. He makes me work on a song, and I'm like, 'Oh this sounds like Pino Donaggio's score for 'Blow Out', by Brian Depalma'. I start to work on a song and five minutes later on the Pro Tools screen you have the movie, the score, stretched to fit the song - just to try. I've never worked with that much money in music. It's good sometimes to have money, because you can try things".

As previously reported, Ocean is expected to release a new album in July.

Sweden wins Eurovision
So, just three years after its last win, Sweden took home the glory (there is glory, right?) and the trophy (there is a trophy, right?) from this year's Eurovision bash, with Swedish pop singer (and one time 'Idol' loser) Måns Zelmerlöw scoring 365 points for his performance of 'Heroes' by Anton Malmberg Hård af Segerstad, Joy Deb and Linnea Deb. Sweden came in 62 points ahead of second-placed Russia.

Commenting after this weekend's Contest, Zelmerlöw told reporters: "I am thrilled to have won for Sweden. It's been a lifelong dream of mine to sing at Eurovision and winning has surpassed my wildest expectations. I've had an amazing experience in Vienna and I am very thankful to everyone who believed in the song and voted for my performance. I would also like to thank Jonas and the team at Warner Music Sweden who have supported my journey and I'm very excited about us working together in the future on my new music".

The Jonas of which he speaks, in case you were wondering, is Jonas Siljemark, President of Warner Music Nordics, to which Zelmerlöw is signed. He also had something to say about the Eurovision win, which conveniently comes just two weeks ahead of the release of Zelmerlöw's new album. The Warner exec added: "Måns is a truly exceptional talent and his performance was undoubtedly the highlight of the evening. We are very pleased to congratulate him on another impressive win for Sweden".

The UK scored an equally impressive five points at the contest, which might have put us 24th out of the 27 countries competing in the Eurovision final, but it was still pretty impressive; given just how shit a song we put forward this year. And indeed every year.

Perhaps in 2016 we could just enter a song made up of all the customary "why do we never put a decent song up for Eurovision given we're actually quite good at pop songwriting?" chatter that follows the big Song Contest every May. Either that, or just send that Mike Read over and have him sing in one of his hilarious foreign accents. If we're never going to win, let's at least cause a scandal.

Paul Simon is a short monster, says Art Garfunkel
Art Garfunkel has called Paul Simon a "jerk" with a Napoleon complex, but added that he'd still go out on another reunion tour with his former musical partner if the opportunity arose. The duo originally split in 1971 at the height of their fame, but have occasionally reunited since, though not always on friendly terms.

In an interview with the Telegraph, Garfunkel voiced part of his frustration, saying: "George [Harrison] came up to me at a party once and said, 'My Paul is to me what your Paul is to you'. He meant that psychologically they had the same effect on us. The Pauls sidelined us. I think George felt suppressed by Paul and I think that's what he saw with me and my Paul. Here's the truth: McCartney was a hell of a music man who gave the band its energy, but he also ran away with a lot of the glory".

Back on his own Paul, he then accused Simon of being "ungenerous" in feeling slight annoyance that many people think Garfunkel wrote the duo's biggest hit 'Bridge Over Troubled Water', when actually Simon was the sole writer. The confusion seemingly comes from the fact Garfunkel sings the track solo with Simon accompanying him on the piano.

Speaking about the duo's split, he added that he still felt it was a mistake: "It was very strange. Nothing I would have done. I want to open up about this. I don't want to say any anti Paul Simon things, but it seems very perverse to not enjoy the glory and walk away from it instead. Crazy. What I would have done is take a rest from Paul, because he was getting on my nerves. The jokes had run dry ... But I've been in that same place for decades. This is where I was in 1971: 'How can you walk away from this lucky place on top of the world, Paul? What's going on with you, you idiot? How could you let that go, jerk?'"

He added that the real problem was that he'd been too nice to Simon at the outset, claiming to have taken pity on him due to his short stature. Asked if he felt Simon had a 'Napoleon complex', Garfunkel replied: "I would say so, yes", adding that his "compensation gesture" when they first met "created a monster".

Despite all of this, he said that a reunion tour was "quite do-able", adding: "When we get together, with his guitar, it's a delight to both of our ears. A little bubble comes over us and it seems effortless. We blend".

 
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