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Live Nation’s Festival Passport gives fans access to over 90 music festivals for one-time $799 fee

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​​The ever-quickening consolidation of major music festivals by just a few major corporations is seen by many as a blight. They argue it leads to standardized and repetitive lineups and the damaging of independent music. Well, at least for 2017, it also leads to the opportunity for cheap as hell tickets, as Live Nation has just rolled out its Festival Passport.

Priced at just $799, the Passport provides GA entrance to any of Live Nation’s over 90 festivals worldwide. Considering tickets to Live Nation-owned events Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza are priced at $349.50 and $335, respectively, before fees, the extra hundred bucks to get into 88 other festivals isn’t too shabby. Some of the big-name festivals included in the promotion are Austin City Limits, Electric Daisy Carnival, Governors BallForecastle, and Sasquatch!, along with European juggernauts like Rock WerchterReading and LeedsWay Out WestIsle of Wight, Parklife, Lollapalooza’s Berlin and Paris editions, and tons more.

(Read: The Top 10 Festivals Spring 2017 Power Rankings)  

What’s that? Lollapalooza is sold out, you say? Doesn’t matter with the Festival Passport, as it’s a guaranteed entry regardless of the event’s ticket availability. All you have to do is show up to will call with your personalized Festival Passport, show them your ID, and get a wristband. The only reason you have to reach out in advance is to confirm any camping passes included with a festival’s GA tickets, in which case you have to contact Live Nation at least Keep Reading

Apple Music is moving away from album exclusives

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Good news for everyone.

Apple Music is moving away from album exclusives, according to an interview with Apple executive Jimmy Iovine in Music Business Worldwide.

Timed exclusives from artists such as Drake and Chance The Rapper has been a key part of the streaming service’s strategy since it launched in 2015, but Iovine indicated labels’ enthusiasm for it had cooled.

“We tried it,” Iovine said. “We’ll still do some stuff with the occasional artist. The labels don’t seem to like it and ultimately it’s their content.”

The Wall Street Journal reported in 2016 that labels had grown wary of exclusives, fearing that timed deals could have an adverse affect on overall streaming figures across all platforms.

Last year, Universal said Keep Reading

John and Alice Coltrane’s Cosmic Music reissued on vinyl

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Originally published by The Vinyl Factory.

With the original private press cover artwork.

Spiritual jazz power couple Alice and John Coltrane’s collaborative album Cosmic Music is to be reissued on vinyl via Superior Viaduct later this month.

Self-released by Alice Coltrane in 1968 following her husband’s death, Cosmic Music was subsequently re-released by Impulse! who introduced the recognizable moon motif on the sleeve.

Featuring two tracks by John Coltrane’s legendary Keep Reading

PWR BTTM’s music removed from iTunes following sexual assault allegations

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The New York punk duo have already been dropped by their record label and management company.


PWR BTTM‘s music has been removed from iTunes and Apple Music following sexual assault allegations made against band member Ben …Continue reading »

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