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CMU’s One Liners: Warner Music, BMG, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, more

By | Published on Thursday 15 December 2016

Warner Music

Other notable announcements and developments today…

• Warner Music has announced a restructure of senior management in its technology and data departments, and just in time for Christmas! Ralph Munsen is now Chief Information Officer and Vinnie Freda is Chief Data Officer. “I’m very happy”, says Freda. “I’m THRILLED”, screeches Munsen.

• BMG has made Dominique Kulling Managing Director of its operations in Germany, Switzerland and Austria. “She understands”, says BMG CEO Hartwig Masuch.

• Clap Your Hands Say Yeah will release new album ‘The Tourist’ on 24 Feb. Here’s first single ‘Fireproof’.

• Yung Lean has, just like that, out of nowhere, released a new mixtape, ‘Frost God’. Here’s ‘Hennessy & Sailor Moon’ featuring Bladee.

• Senseless Things have announced that they will perform a one-off show at the Shepherd’s Bush Empire on 25 Mar, their first time on stage together since 1995. Tickets here.

• Phantogram will play the Shepherds Bush Empire on 4 Apr. Tickets go on sale on Friday.

• All Pigs Must Die and Gust will be playing in the UK in April next year. The two bands will play a show in London at an as yet undisclosed venue on 7 Apr, before heading up to Leeds for the Ritual Festival on 8 Apr.

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