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News May 1, 2017

Apple shares race ahead, Women in Electronic Music returns to VIVID, and more

Apple shares race ahead, Women in Electronic Music returns to VIVID, and more

Here’s all the music industry news you need to know today.

MusicNSW and FBi Radio announce ‘Women In Electronic Music Showcase’ for VIVID Music. It’s happening on Saturday 17 June at Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory – via MusicNSW

2016 QMusic Annual Report Highlights included:

  • Confirmation of four-year funding from the State and Federal Governments for 2017-2020
  • The largest surplus in QMusic’s history
  • The most profitable BIGSOUND in the event’s history
  • Read report

The 24th annual Melbourne Reclink Community Cup promises will see musos take on the media in the almighty clash of the Rockdogs (Musicians) and the Megahertz (Triple R 102.7FM & PBS 106.7FM). Kick off begins on Sunday 25 June – via Community Cup

Ronan Keating, Thundamentals, Spiderbait announced for Caloundra Music Festival 2017 – via CMF

Ex-Music Week Publisher Dave Roberts joins MBW – via MBW

Billy Ray Cyrus announced that he is reducing his number of designations by two and will hereon be known solely as Cyrus. – via Vulture

Kendrick Lamar’s ‘Damn’ Remains No. 1 on the Billboard 200 Chart – via Complex

Migos Reportedly Working With Liam Payne From One Direction – via The FADER

The Verge writes Mac DeMarco fan fiction, for Mac DeMarco – via The Verge

Fyre Festival Co-organizer Admits His Team Wasn’t ‘Experienced Enough’ to Handle the Event – via Vulture

Apple shares race ahead as investors bet on new iPhones – via SMH

Wikipedia has been blocked in Turkey – via TechCrunch

Bruce Springsteen Tells Tom Hanks How He Wrote ‘Streets of Philadelphia’ in Only Two Days – via Vulture

R. Kelly Sued for Allegedly Breaking Up a Marriage – via NME

This article originally appeared on The Industry Observer, which is now part of The Music Network.


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