Here’s the music industry news you need to know this morning.

  1. Lorde’s new LP ‘Melodrama’ is out 16 June; new track ‘Liability’ available instantly with pre-order 
  2. Puff announced via Instagram that a Bad Boy film will be premiered at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival – via XXL 
  3. Nick Jonas has signed with WME in all areas. He previously was with CAA. – via THR 
  4. Airbnb renters turned a flat into a nightclub with tickets and a bouncer – via FACT 
  5. Big Machine Label Group names Kris Lamb VP of Promotion – via MBW 
  6. U2 to Pack ‘Joshua Tree’ Reissue With Demos, Outtakes, New Remixes – via Rolling Stone 
  7. Believe boss Denis Ladegaillerie: ‘I don’t see a YouTube value gap. Over 45% of our revenue from the platform is from UGC.’ – via MBW 
  8. YouTube’s new documentary follows a musician making art with the sounds of Iceland – via The Verge
  9. The UK’s Association of Independent Music (AIM) has appointed Gee ‘Genia’ Davy as in-house Legal and Business Affairs Manager. Davy joins AIM from her previous position as Legal and Business Affair Manager at Cooking Vinyl – via MBW

  10. Calvin Harris has registered at least eight new songs with ASCAP that have yet to be released – via Billboard

  11. Myf Warhurst & Zan Rowe launch new Double J podcast BANG ON – via Double J