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Report sets targets for ‘super-low carbon’ live music industry

Researchers from the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research have published a report setting out targets for the wider live industry.
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Round Hill buys catalogue of two thirds of Massive Attack

Another day, another publishing acquisition. This time it’s two of the founding members of Massive Attack, Robert Del Naja and Grant Marshall, selling their back catalogue to Round Hill Music for an undisclosed amount....
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Sandbox Issue 219: The Tools and Trends That Will Shape 2019

Lead: A new year and a new slate. To kick off the year, we speak to marketers around the business and around the world about what tools they think will be indispensable and what trends they believe will shape 2019. From AR...
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Massive Attack test remix-rights tracking with blockchain startup Blokur

If you’ve not seen Massive Attack’s Fantom app, it’s well worth having a play with: one of the best explorations of how music can be made interactive for fans that we’ve seen. This week, the app has been relaunched...
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Analysis: what’s the real cost of secondary ticketing?

Chance The Rapper, Iron Maiden, Mumford & Sons, Pixies and more are getting louder and louder about what they see as the scourge of secondary ticketing. They feel fans are being fleeced and a stand has to be made. Beyond...
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Massive Attack Fantom app is about creativity, not commerce

Artist-specific mobile apps, huh? What ARE they good for? The music industry has spent the last few years flipping between hype and disillusionment when it comes to artist apps, seeing them alternately as a potential next...
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Massive attack: what happens when you’ve been hacked?

What can be done to prevent such hacks? And what is the best course of action if you’ve been hacked?