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Setlist: Eminem, WINTEL, Kid Rock

By and | Published on Monday 30 October 2017


CMU’s Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from the last week, including Eminem’s legal win against New Zealand’s ruling political party, the World Independent Network’s latest stats on indie label market share and why they matter, plus Kid Rock’s departure from the political arena (which he was never in). Setlist is sponsored by 7digital.

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Stories discussed this week:

• Eminem wins NZ$600,000 damages in sound-a-like infringement case
• What to do when an advert rips off your music
• Indie label market share went up last year, according to latest WINTEL report
• Kid Rock’s not running for Senate, you idiots

In brief:

The Pirate Bay’s .se domain is working again
Stream-ripping doesn’t necessarily constitute ripping off, says EFF
Spinal Tap creators amend their Vivendi litigation, add Universal Music as a defendant

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