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First Aid Kit announce January 2015 tour dates
Sep 30, 2014 6:20am | NME
Swedish duo to play 11 dates at the start of next year
O2 Priority Tickets for Queen, Usher, First Aid Kit and more to go on sale tomorrow
Sep 30, 2014 5:51am | NME
Pre-sales for live dates start tomorrow (October 1)
Judge rules against Grooveshark in crucial copyright infringement case
Sep 30, 2014 5:47am | Fact Magazine
Grooveshark bosses score an own goal.
The music industry has claimed another victory this week after a U.S. judge ruled that Grooveshark infringed on thousands of their copyrights.
In the end, it was a slip-up by the company’s CEOs that secured the ruling, reports the New York Times. The online music service had relied on the defence that the its activities were legal under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, which protects websites that host third-party and potentially infringing material as long as they comply with takedown notices from copyright holders.
But a federal judge ruled on Monday that Grooveshark had indeed infringed copyright because its own employees and bosses, including CEO Samuel Tarantino, had uploaded 6,000 songs without permission. These actions were considered direct infringments, so DCMA protection no longer applied.
The company was also found to have destroyed important evidence in the case, including lists of files that employees had uploaded. The next step in the case will be to determine the damages Grooveshark must pay. If that amount reaches into millions of dollars, it could spell the end for the service.
In the meantime, Grooveshark is facing two other copyright suits filed by music industry representatives. The case is the latest example of the music industry clamping down on online music services, with satellite broadcaster SiriusXM punished recently in a ...
Stream the self-titled debut from Michael A Grammar
Sep 30, 2014 5:45am | The Line Of Best Fit
Brighton quartet Michael A Grammar share their psychgaze debut on Best Fit
Fleetwood Mac favourites to headline Glastonbury 2015
Sep 30, 2014 5:35am | Fact Magazine
Fleetwood Mac have been made William Hill’s early favourites to headline Glastonbury 2015.
The Rumours band, who reformed for a series of live shows and a new record last year, are 4/1 favourites to headline the Pyramid Stage. They were, however, also tipped by many to headline the festival last year.
Elsewhere, AC-DC are listed as 5/1 to follow in the footsteps of fellow metallers Metallica, who headlined Glastonbury last year. Muse are listed as 8/1, as is Kate Bush, who returned to the stage this year. Oasis and Radiohead are both down at 10/1, with Prince at 12/1 and Daft Punk at 16/1.
Stream Fleetwood Mac’s ‘The Chain’ below.
Pissed Jeans - Shallow [Reissue]
Sep 30, 2014 5:30am | The Line Of Best Fit
Perfectly timed reissue of Pennsylvanian punks' irresistibly loud debut.
Caribou streams new album 'Our Love' on iTunes
Sep 30, 2014 5:28am | NME
The album will be released physically and via download on Monday (October 6)
Listen: Bernholz - “The Modernist” [Premiere]
Sep 30, 2014 5:00am | The Line Of Best Fit
The Brighton producer strikes an impressive balance between classical and futurist on the latest single from his upcoming debut LP.
Hear a childrens choir cover Crystal Castles, Florence + the Machine and Spiritualized on Untrust EP plus a Dinos Chapman remix
Sep 30, 2014 4:56am | Fact Magazine
Kids choir turn indie hits inside out on this limited release.
Art provocateur-turned-recording artist Dinos Chapman has teamed up with the Capital Children’s Choir to remix a track on their new EP, Untrust.
Opening with a brilliantly inventive cover of Crystal Castles’ ‘Untrust Us’, the EP includes the London ensemble’s own unique take on Spiritualized’s ‘So Long You Pretty Thing’ and Florence + the Machine’s ‘Shake It Out’. Finally, there’s a remix of that Crystal Castles cover by Chapman himself.
The limited edition EP features a hand coloured etching by Chapman plus screen printed artwork and two exclusive images by the artist. Pressed on two 180g clear vinyl records, the EP is limited to 100 copies, each signed by Chapman.
Hear Untrust in full below ahead of its release via The Vinyl Factory on October 6 you can pre-order it now.
Meanwhile, Chapman will be at MoMA PS1 in New York this Sunday, October 5, for the US premiere of his live A/V show Luftbobler, based around his 2013 album on The Vinyl Factory.
Listen: Treasureseason - “We Live Fast” [Premiere]
Sep 30, 2014 4:45am | The Line Of Best Fit
Treasureseason's "We Live Fast" will transport you in a dimension in which dream and youthful-carelessness go hand in hand.
Kele to play album launch gig at Jack Rocks The Macbeth
Sep 30, 2014 4:19am | NME
Intimate London gig takes place on October 13, the same day new solo album 'Trick' is released
Listen: The Seshen - “The Fall” [Premiere]
Sep 30, 2014 3:45am | The Line Of Best Fit
San Fran seven-piece The Seshen weave a colourful fabric of sound on new track, "The Fall".
Say Lou Lou Backstage with Best Fit
Sep 30, 2014 3:45am | The Line Of Best Fit
An stunning behind the scenes look at the Swedish duo at this year's Bestival by Howard Melnyczuk.
Hear Objekts funk-addled Second Witness from debut album Flatland
Sep 30, 2014 3:44am | Fact Magazine
Objekt is due to crown a blistering run of singles and split EPs with his debut album on the unstoppable PAN next month.
Flatland, which we presume to be named after E. A. Abbott’s curiously mathematical 1884 novella, “imagines a world in which any scene can be seen from every angle at once,” the label explains. “Semblances and cross-references entwine the eleven original tracks and Objekts existing recordings, shaping a powerful and absorbing album that weaves between the alien and the hauntingly familiar.”
Ahead of its release, the Berlin-based ex-pat has shared the stumbling, funk-addled ‘Second Witness’ Stream it below and look out for Flatland on 2XLP, CD and digitally on October 20 scroll down for the tracklist.
You can also stream Objekt’s set from this year’s Freerotation festival.
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Electric Wizard - Time To Die
Sep 30, 2014 3:30am | The Line Of Best Fit
West Country doom metallers offer up more of the same excellent sludge on their first album in four years.
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