Here’s all the music industry news you need to know today.

Artists have reported to DMN that their Pandora revenue has dropped drastically – via DMN

Bob Geldof and a former bandmate with the Boomtown Rats are taking their battle over royalties from the song I Don’t Like Mondays to the High Court. – via The Times

Splendour Flood Fundraiser Result: $69,067.25 raised will be distributed across the Tweed Mayor Appeal Fund, Lismore City Council Flood Appeal and the Mullumbimby & District Neighbourhood Centre Inc. in the Byron Shire. – via SITG

Since the release of Keith Urban’s RIPCORD a year ago (May 6, 2016), it has spent the entire time in the Top 30 of the ARIA Albums chart

It’s Time. Or Is It? The Road to Constitutional Recognition VIVID panel will see triple j journalist Brooke Boney lead a panel featuring RECOGNISE Campaign Director Mark Yettica-Paulson, representative of Fighting In Solidarity Towards Treaties (FISTT) Lynda-June Coe and outspoken Perth hip hop artist Ziggy. – via VIVID

M-Phazes announces a run of DJ sets across Australia this June – via Facebook

Walking With Spirits Festival on 15th July to see David Bridie perform with Papuan Songman superstar George Telek and musicians from the Gunantuna – via Shakespeare Australia

UK Music has welcomed the election of six new ‘metro mayors’ as an important opportunity to boost the music scene in each of their regions. – via RotD