Phil Collins ‘Take A Look At Me Now’ retrospective campaign is now set to reissue deluxe editions of 1985’s No Jacket Required and 2002’s Testify coming in April, including bags of bonus content, vinyl editions and revamped artwork – out 15th April.
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From BBC Sir Paul McCartney and Sony have a reached a deal in a battle over who owns publishing rights to The Beatles’ songs, The Hollywood Reporter says. The musician had gone to a US court, seeking to regain the rights to 267 of the band’s classic tracks. He has […]
from NME news have announced details of their first-ever pop-up merch store. Located in Los Angeles at Maxfield (8818 Melrose Ave in West Hollywood), the shop will be open from February 11-19. It will incorporate “a retrospective of archival set pieces, props, wardrobe, artwork, photography and robot helmets” and feature “special edition” […]
Now if it can safely land The Life of Pablo… Spotify has struck an agreement with the National Music Publishers Association over unpaid royalties. The music streaming service will pay $21 million to publishers and songwriters with $16 million set for royalties and $5 million set aside in bonus funds […]