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  1. Canadian singer Tess Parks made 'I Declare Nothing' w/ Brian...Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Brooklynvegan

    Is your favorite Brian Jonestown Massacre song is " Anenome ," the groovy Their Satanic Majesties' Second Request track that featured lead vocals by Mara Keagle? If so, you're likely gonna dig I Declare Nothing , a collaborative new album by Canadian singer Tess Parks and BJM domo Anton Newcombe . While Tess' voice leans a little more towards Courtney Love's rasp than Keagle's smoky coo, there's a very similar vibe going on here.

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  2. Apple's tweet to Taylor Swift: 'We hear you'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 22 | Christian Science Monitor

    After Taylor Swift's Tumblr post went viral, Apple repealed a policy that would waive royalty payments for songs streamed through Apple Music during users' three-month trial period. An Apple executive announced Sunday night that the company had reversed the policy that caused the artist to write a widely circulated blog post in critique of the new streaming service Apple Music.

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  3. After 12 Hours of Taylor Swift's Pressure, Apple Panics and PaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 22 | Breitbart.com

    ... world, it had the power to force enraged artists to bow to Apple edicts. Anton Newcombe from the Brian Jonestown Massacre band tweeted that when he balked at offering his music for free for 3 months, Apple said it would take his music off iTunes. ...

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  4. Taylor Swift and Apple: Mad LoveRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 22 | The New Yorker

    ... me believe in companies, and not joking: PEOPLE is no more." Anton Newcombe, the lead singer of the Brian Jonestown Massacre, wrote : "Devils - they shouldn't threaten people to work for free.its not ok for these fucking idiots to decide art has no ...

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  5. Eddy Cue Says Taylor Swift's Letter Solidified Shift in Apple Music PolicyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 22 | IPod Observer

    Apple Senior Vice President of Internet Services and Software Eddy Cue told Billboard magazine that Taylor Swift's open letter "solidified" the need to change Apple Music's artist compensation plan. He said that Apple had been discussing the issue for the last week, but that her letter helped push them to make the decision.

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  6. Apple's tweet to Taylor Swift: 'We hear you'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 22 | Christian Science Monitor

    After Taylor Swift's Tumblr post went viral, Apple repealed a policy that would waive royalty payments for songs streamed through Apple Music during users' three-month trial period. Taylor Swift arrives at the Billboard Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena May 17, 2015, in Las Vegas.

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  7. Apple has major clean-up work to do for AppleaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 21 | USA Today

    ... need to build a successful alternative to Spotify and Pandora. Anton Newcombe from the band the Brian Jonestown Massacre tweeted that when he balked at offering his music for free for three months, Apple said it would take his music off iTunes. In ...

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    Monday Jun 22 | This Is Staffordshire

    Last week, an engineer came to my house to investigate whether there was a technical reason why the broadband speed at my property was less than half of the minimum speed 13 megabits per second I was told I would receive. He carried out a series of checks on the line and found no faults or problems.

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  9. Taylor Swift has 'Bad Blood' with Apple MusicRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 22 | Christian Science Monitor

    Taylor Swift's latest album will not be available on Apple Music, due to the company's decision not to pay artists during its free trial period. She announced via blog post on her Tumblr page that her album 1989 would not be available for streaming, in protest of Apple's "shocking" and "disappointing" decision not to pay artists or producers for song plays during the trial period.

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  10. Graham: Apple has major cleanup work to do for Apple MusicRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 21 | USA Today

    ... need to build a successful alternative to Spotify and Pandora. Anton Newcombe from the band the Brian Jonestown Massacre tweeted that when he balked at offering his music for free for three onths, Apple said it would take his music off iTunes. In ...

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  11. Taylor Swift pens open letter slamming Apple MusicRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 21 | SFGate

    Taylor Swift poses backstage with the awards for favorite album - country for "Red", favorite female artist - pop/rock, favorite female artist - country, and artist of the year at the American Music Awards at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on Sunday, Nov. 24, 2013, in Los Angeles. Taylor Swift arrives at the Billboard Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on Sunday, May 17, 2015, in Las Vegas.

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  12. Artist rebellion against Apple Music grows as independent labels say...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | Watersblogged

    Independent record labels are concerned that by giving away their music for free during Apple Music's three month free trial, they will essentially be footing the bill for Apple's launch. group of legendary independent labels such as 4AD and Matador, had been in discussion with Apple over the launch of its new music streaming service, but it isn't happy with the deal the company is offering independent artists.

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  13. Indie Labels and Musicians Balk at Apple Music Terms, Apple Denies iTunes ThreatRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | IPod Observer

    Anton Newcombe of the band Brian Jonestown Massacre recently took to Twitter complaining that Apple had threatened to pull his music from iTunes if he didn't sign up to be a part of Apple Music streaming. Mr. Newcombe's comments have circulated widely , but Apple issued a statement to Rolling Stone on Friday saying, "[Indie music] will not be taken off."

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  14. Apple Responds: "We're Not Forcibly Removing Anyone from iTunes"Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | Stories

    The "it" refers to the entire catalog of Brian Jonestown Massacre, whose frontman inquired about the consequences of refusing to license Apple Music, the streaming service slated for delivery June 30th. Earlier this week, frontman Anton Newcombe tweeted about conversation, noting quite clearly that Apple would remove all of this information if he tried to opt out of Music.

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  15. Apple Music's market power and leverage revealed in Brian Jonestown Massacre flapRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | VentureBeat

    Anton Newcombe, the volatile frontman of the indie rock outfit Brian Jonestown Massacre, had a tweet fit yesterday claiming that Apple was bullying him into allowing his music to be streamed via the new Apple Music streaming service . Newcombe claims that Apple threatened to remove his music from iTunes if he doesn't cooperate.

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  16. Sorry, Haters: Apple Isn't Bullying Artists Into Signing Up for Apple MusicRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | Boy Genius

    In an effort to get as many people as possible signed up for Apple Music , Apple will be giving users a free three-month trial period when the service launches on June 30. During this three-month window, Apple will not be handing over any royalty payments to music labels; and in exchange for this generous grace period, Apple has agreed to pay labels a royalty rate that's a tad higher than the industry norm once the trial period closes. Understandably, many artists are none too thrilled with this setup.

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  17. No, Apple won't ban artists from iTunes for opposing Apple MusicRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | Macworld

    Musicians who are waiting for the streaming service's free three-month trial to end before signing on won't be punished, Apple says. A firestorm erupted on Twitter this week after Anton Newcombe, front man for psychedelic rock band The Brian Jonestown Massacre, accused Apple of threatening him with an iTunes ban if his band didn't agree to the terms of Apple Music.

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  18. Apple Not Coercing Indie Artists Into Apple Music Deals With iTunes Removal ThreatsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | MacRumors

    Earlier this week, singer-songwriter Anton Newcombe of The Brian Jonestown Massacre took to Twitter to rant about the Apple Music terms he had allegedly been offered by Apple, accusing the company of threatening to take his music off iTunes if he did not agree to the three-month free trial period that's been a sticking point with indie artists . Calling Apple a "satanic corporation," Newcombe said Apple offered him a deal that required him to provide his music for free for three months, and when he asked what would happen if he refused, he was told his music would be removed from sale on iTunes.

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  19. Taylor Swift has snubbed Apple MusicRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | Norwalk Citizen News

    Taylor Swift just snubbed Apple: BuzzFeed News is reporting that the singer is refusing to put her most recent album "1989" on the company's upcoming music streaming service. Taylor Swift has previously been an outspoken critic of free music streaming.

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  20. Apple Music is marketing artists from labels it hasn't signedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | TrustedReviews

    Marketing materials for the new Apple Music service are prominently featuring artists the company has not yet acquired the rights to include within its streaming library. An AppleInsider report points out high-profile independent artists like Alabama Shakes and FKA Twigs are all over the promotional literature, despite their labels publicly and categorically refusing to agree to Apple's current terms.

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