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Deadmau5 and Astralwerks Form Mau5Trap Partnership

by Paul Cashmere

Deadmau5 has launched a partnership with EMI’s Astralwerks. Under the deal the new label Mau5trap has been created and the Deadmau5 catalogue will now go through Astralwerks.

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New Releases For W/C September 6, 2013

by Gavin Ryan

New Releases for week commencing Friday 30th August, 2013 (unless otherwise noted below).

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King Cannons Split

by Paul Cashmere

New Zealand band King Cannons have split after 6 years citing musical differences at the reason for the break-up.

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Michael Franti Wants You To Make His Video

by Paul Cashmere

Michael Franti has invited fans to create a video for his new song ‘I’m Alive’ (Life Sounds Like).

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The Beatles Please Please Me Turns 50 VIDEO

by Paul Cashmere

The Beatles debuted album ‘Please Please Me’ is 50-years old this week. Producer George Martin said the album was made in one day.

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John O’Donnell Named Managing Director Of EMI Australia

by Paul Cashmere

John O’Donnell has returned to EMI to head the new operation of the company within Universal Music.

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Warner Music Buys Parlophone For $744 Million

by Paul Cashmere

Parlophone Records, the only record label smart enough to sign The Beatles, has been sold to Warner Music for £487 million ($AUD744 million).

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Universal To Appoint New EMI Head For Australia

by Paul Cashmere

Universal Music has confirmed that the take-over of EMI Records in Australia is now complete and that that Marketing, Promotions and A&R will continue to run separately but under Universal management.

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Universal Absorbs EMI And Then There Were Three

by Paul Cashmere

There are now three major music labels in Australia following the absorption of EMI into Universal Music this week.

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HMV Pitt St Sydney

HMV Officially Goes Into Administration

by Paul Cashmere

The HMV retail chain in the UK has officially placed into administration as of opening trade today in London.

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HMV Pitt St Sydney

HMV To Close UK Stores

by Paul Cashmere

UK retail institution HMV will close its doors. Administrators have been called in to shut 240 stores effecting 4000 employees.

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Universal Music

Universal Music Was Biggest Label Of 2012

by Paul Cashmere

Universal Music dominated music sales in 2012 with 32.41% of all music sold in 2012 coming from the company.

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Future Sound of Summer

Future Entertainment To Release First Album

by Paul Cashmere

The people behind the Future Music Festival are about to release their first album.

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Beatles Love Me Do

EMI Set To Release Correct 50th Anniversary Beatles Vinyl Single

by Roger Wink, VVN Music

It didn’t make its original release date of October 5 but EMI will finally put out their 50th anniversary vinyl single of the Beatles’ Love Me Do/P.S. I Love You.

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Beatles Love Me Do

EMI Pulls 50th Anniversary Beatles’ Debut Single

by Roger Wink, VVN Music

Friday, the U.K. was to get a special 50th anniversary vinyl single of the Beatles first release, Love Me Do, released fifty years to the day after its initial issue.

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Historic EMI To Universal Sale Approved In USA And Europe

by Paul Cashmere

The sale of EMI Records to Universal Music has been approved in the USA and Europe.

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AIR Speaks Out About Universal EMI Merger Approval By ACCC

by Paul Cashmere

The Australian Independent Record Labels Association has spoken out about the dangers of the Universal Music and EMI merger and ramifications to the music industry in Australia and globally.

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Future Entertainment

EMI And Future Entertainment Team Up As Future Music

by Andrew Tijs

EMI have paired with Future Entertainment to release music and support dance artists as Future Music.

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EMI Publishing Sold For $2.2B To Sony

by Paul Cashmere

Sony has paid $2.2 billion for a 50% share of EMI Publishing.

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EMI buys one brick of the Annandale Hotel

EMI Buys Another Brick In The Wall At The Annandale

by Paul Cashmere

EMI Records in Australia is doing its part to save the Annandale Hotel in Sydney. The company has bought a brick in the Annandale wall.

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Wanna Work For EMI?

by Tim Cashmere

EMI Records Australia and New Zealand are looking for a national publicity manager to join their team.

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Universal Music Was The Biggest Music Label Of 2011

by Paul Cashmere

Universal Music maintained its position as the biggest music label of 2011 but it was close.

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Wagons Hosts EMI Christmas Viral Ad

by Tim Cashmere

EMI have created a Christmas ad showing off their Australian roster, hosted by Wagons and starring Ricki-Lee, 360, Oh Mercy and Papa vs. Pretty, who have their first taste of egg-nog.

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The Beatles Abbey Road

Abbey Road Studios Turns 80

by Paul Cashmere

The iconic Abbey Road studios in London turned 80 this weekend.

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The Beatles Abbey Road

Universal Music Buys EMI, Sony Gets EMI Publishing

by Paul Cashmere

Universal Music Group (UMG) has signed an agreement to buy EMI’s recorded music division for £1.2 billion. ($AUD1.8 billion, $US1.9 billion).

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DJ Minx

DJ Minx Wins She Can DJ And Signs To EMI

by Andrew Tijs

DJ Minx has been named She Can DJ 2011 and has picked up a global deal with EMI Records to go along with the title.

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