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U.S. Copyright Office Designates Group for Mechanical Licensing Collective

As expected, the U.S. Copyright Office has designated the group led by the National Music Publishers Assn. (NMPA), the Nashville Songwriters Assn. International(NSAI), and the Songwriters of North America (SONA) to build and operate the Mechanical Licensing Collective (MLC). “Based on the submissions received and the selection criteria provided in the statute, the Register designated...

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Stranger Things Releases Season 3 Soundtrack

The third season of Stranger Things premiered yesterday on Netflix, and today, the soundtrack to the smash series is finally available via Legacy Recordings. Loosely pegged to the year 1985, the non-original soundtrack takes viewers back to the pop hits of the day; songs like Madonna’s “Material Girl” lead into Foreigner’s “Cold as Ice,” as...

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Clay Hunnicutt Exits as Big Loud Records Head

Big Loud Records’ Clay Hunnicutt has stepped down as president of the Nashville independent label. Hunnicutt, who appeared on Billboard’s Country Power Players list in June, confirmed the news to Billboard. “I leave Big Loud knowing that we started something very special and look forward to seeing how this incredible roster of artists continue to take it to...

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London Theater to Be Named for Stephen Sondheim

In honor of Stephen Sondheim’s 90th birthday next March, the Queen’s Theatre on London’s West End will be renamed for the preeminent American musical theater composer following extensive renovations. Theater owner Cameron Mackintosh announced today that the 112-year-old Shaftesbury Avenue playhouse, which has been home to Les Miserables since 2004, will close July 13 to...

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Mount Eerie – “(fireworks & wind)”

Mount Eerie has released a new field recording titled “(fireworks & wind).” The track was uploaded today to Bandcamp, where songwriter Phil Elverum wrote that the track consisted of “fireworks and wind recorded July 4, 2019 from outside town.” With a deadpan tone similar to that of his songwriting, the post continues: no big dealno...

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CupcakKe – “Ayesha”

CupcakKe’s most recent album Eden dropped back in November, but the Chicago rapper has continued to release individual singles in the months since her latest full-length. Back in January, she released her song “Squidward Nose” filled with puns and dick jokes, which was followed by a track called “Bird Box” two months later. Always one...

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Japanese Pop Group Cancels Hong Kong Performances Over ‘Uncertain Situation’

Japanese pop group KAT-TUN have scrapped their Hong Kong performances citing concerns over current “uncertain situation” in the city that has been racked by protests in the last month. GEM TV Asia and Nippon TV, organizers of “The Music Day – Beautiful Harmony x KAT-TUN Live in Hong Kong” event, announced the cancellation of the...

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Stream J. Cole’s New Dreamville Album Featuring Kendrick Lamar, Vince Staples, More

J. Cole is back with his new compilation Revenge of the Dreamers III. Like its predecessors, the release compiles music from artists on his Dreamville imprint like Cole, J.I.D., Ari Lennox, EARTHGANG, Cozz, Bas, and Lute. Ahead of its release, listeners heard songs like “Down Bad,” “Got Me,” “Lambo Truck,” and “Costa Rica,” each of which...

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