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Music industry in crisis: you gets what you pays for

By Tom Green  

“Ninety five per cent of music downloads are unauthorised, with no payment to artists and producers,” according to a recent report from the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI).

It’s not a new story, but it is one that has a direct effect on my life and income. My career as a musician and composer has included collaborations with major acts such as The Orb, and my own project “Another Fine Day” has had a fifteen year run of performances at  The Big…

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