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Hipgnosis Songs Fund In Crisis: Investors Reject Catalog Sale And Demand Major Overhaul

Hipgnosis Songs Fund, a company that led the music-catalog gold rush in recent years by investing over $2 billion in song assets from artists like Neil Young and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, is now facing an uncertain future. A significant 83.2% of its investors voted for a new board to implement major structural changes in the company during a recent meeting.

Buckle Up! The Unpredictable Future Of Music Catalogs – Where’s The Crystal Ball When You Need It?

In the ever-evolving world of music catalog investment, there's a surge of change, uncertainty, and opportunity. At the center of this opera is Hipgnosis Songs Fund, a major player experiencing financial turbulence, and competitors all vying for a share of the music investment stage.

Contract Freak: The Nebulous World Of Agreements In The Music Industry

10 March 1977. The Sex Pistols signing to A&M Records with Buckingham Palace behind them (Getty Images) No matter whether an artist has a deal...

The 25 Most Popular Public Domain Rock Songs

A song can speak to a soul in a way that words cannot. The rock era has produced some of the most iconic sound recordings of all time, and many have become public domain songs. Here, we’ll look at the most popular public domain rock songs, from the psychedelic and melodic to the anthemic and timeless.

Sonic Ecosphere: Sefi Carmel On Sphere Trax

Sefi Carmel is a sound designer and composer who has worked on Hollywood films directed by Ridley Scott, John Woo, Chris Columbus, and Kevin Reynolds. He is also the co-founder of Sphere Trax, a website that uses artificial intelligence to help musicians, film and video game producers, and other professionals find the perfect music for their projects.

Canadian Music Week 2023: Day 3 – Royalties and Financing Models

Day Three of CMW highlighted discussions about royalties and funding for new artists.

Canadian Music Week 2023: Day 1 – The Future Of Music And Technology

The 41st Canadian Music Week (CMW) kicked off at the Westin Harbour Castle in Toronto last week, with a jam-packed schedule of events and performances. The evenings were filled with some of the brightest new and established Canadian artists, including Charlotte Cardin, Tumble, Fuego, Grace May, Virginia To Vegas, and Badflower. The days were filled with a series of expert panels covering topics from sync licensing to Afrobeats to new release marketing strategies.

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