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July 2018

Confirmed: Sony cashed in 50% of its Spotify shares for $768m in Q1 this year — Music Business Worldwide

Firm’s remaining bulk of shares are currently worth in the region of $862m The post Confirmed: Sony cashed in 50% of its Spotify shares for $768m in Q1 this year appeared first on Music Business Worldwide.

via Confirmed: Sony cashed in 50% of its Spotify shares for $768m in Q1 this year — Music Business Worldwide

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An Orca in ‘Deep Grieving’ Has Been Carrying the Corpse of its Calf for a Week — TIME

SEATTLE — An endangered orca that spends time in Pacific Northwest waters is still carrying the corpse of her calf one week after it died. Experts with the Whale Museum on San Juan Island have been monitoring the 20-year-old whale, known as J35, since her calf died shortly after birth Tuesday. For days now, the…

via An Orca in ‘Deep Grieving’ Has Been Carrying the Corpse of its Calf for a Week — TIME

The Rap Round-up, July 2018: Where some fear the void, Future dives in — FACT Magazine: Music News, New Music.

Every month columnist Lorena Cupcake compiles a list of the most noteworthy rap releases for The Rap Round-up. Up this month is a murderer’s row of superstars, including Drake, Future and Chief Keef, as well as some of the exciting up-and-comers like Compton’s Buddy and Megan Thee Stallion from Houston. We knew Kanye couldn’t contain…

via The Rap Round-up, July 2018: Where some fear the void, Future dives in — FACT Magazine: Music News, New Music.

Vivendi set to sell up to 50% of Universal Music Group within 18 months – but rules out IPO — Music Business Worldwide

“A sale of up to 50% of UMG’s share capital to one or more strategic partners, in order to extract the highest value” The post Vivendi set to sell up to 50% of Universal Music Group within 18 months – but rules out IPO appeared first on Music Business Worldwide.

via Vivendi set to sell up to 50% of Universal Music Group within 18 months – but rules out IPO — Music Business Worldwide

‘A Born Leader.’ Navy’s First Female Admiral Dies at 98 — TIME

(ORLANDO, Fla.) — Rear Admiral Alene Duerk, the Navy’s first female admiral, who became a trailblazer as the Navy opened up more opportunities for women, has died. She was 98 years old. Duerk died on July 21, according to a news release last week from the Naval History and Heritage Command. No cause of death…

via ‘A Born Leader.’ Navy’s First Female Admiral Dies at 98 — TIME

Concord acquires independent Latin music company Fania — Music Business Worldwide

‘To have the opportunity to add a crown jewel of Latin music like Fania, with its incredible roster of artists and songwriters, excites all of us at Concord.’ The post Concord acquires independent Latin music company Fania appeared first on Music Business Worldwide.

via Concord acquires independent Latin music company Fania — Music Business Worldwide

Pain and Power. X.ARI releases Dis. Order EP at Hollywood’s Sayer’s Club. — Music Junkie Press

By Patrick O’Heffernan and BINX (Hollywood) When we think of “healing music” what often comes to mind are the languorous strains of Steve Halpern or ragas for meditation. That music can be healing, but they are not the only kinds of music that can restore us; there is music that can also turn personal pain…

via Pain and Power. X.ARI releases Dis. Order EP at Hollywood’s Sayer’s Club. — Music Junkie Press

Here’s When You Can See the Next Lunar Eclipse in America — TIME

The longest total lunar eclipse of the 21st century will take place for roughly four hours tomorrow, July 27, but not everyone will be able to see the spectacular view. This lunar eclipse, often called a “blood moon” because of the reddish hue that the moon appears to take on as it moves through the…

via Here’s When You Can See the Next Lunar Eclipse in America — TIME

Ash Koosha returns with AI-assisted album Return 0 — FACT Magazine: Music News, New Music.

The album was co-written with an artificially intelligent “auxhuman” of the artist’s own creation. Iranian multi-disciplinary artist Ash Koosha has announced his new album, Return 0, which will arrive via the artist’s own label Realms on September 21. For the album, the artist programmed artificially intelligent “Auxhumans”, which a press release defines as “Auxiliary virtual entities”…

via Ash Koosha returns with AI-assisted album Return 0 — FACT Magazine: Music News, New Music.

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