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ULTRA 2021 IS GOING TO BE A RETURN TO FORM

Delivered... Spacelab - Independent Music and Media | Scene | Mon 2 Nov 2020 9:00 pm
Ultra 2021 is a tropical hook up of electronic musicians and minds with a lineup of house music, trance, dubstep, electro and more.

THE READING FESTIVAL 2021 LINEUP IS LOOKING GOOD SO FAR

Delivered... Spacelab - Independent Music and Media | Scene | Mon 2 Nov 2020 9:00 pm
New names include Gerry Cinnamon, The Wombats, Nova Twins, The Wombats, Hot Milk, Bloxx and more.

BASS CANYON 2021 DATES ARE OUT

Delivered... Spacelab - Independent Music and Media | Scene | Mon 2 Nov 2020 9:00 pm
Bass Canyon is the ultimate festival for drum and bass, dubstep, or any kind of electronic music that throws deep, sustained bass waves at you!

LEEDS FESTIVAL 2021 TICKETS ARE ON SALE

Delivered... Spacelab - Independent Music and Media | Scene | Mon 2 Nov 2020 9:00 pm
Leeds Festival is a dual festival that goes with the Reading Festival.

SONIC BLOOM 2021 TICKETS ARE ON SALE!

Delivered... Spacelab - Independent Music and Media | Scene | Mon 2 Nov 2020 9:00 pm
Psychedelic trance, acid house, downbeat, drum and bass, dubstep and hip hop-infused electronic music!

SXSW 2021 TICKETS GO ON SALE NEXT WEEK

Delivered... Spacelab - Independent Music and Media | Scene | Mon 2 Nov 2020 9:00 pm
A single pass will include the entire event, with access to programming + more.

More on the FCC Rule Changes on Public Notice of Broadcast Applications and Required New Link on Station Homepages

Delivered... David Oxenford | Scene | Mon 2 Nov 2020 5:51 pm

Last week we wrote about the October 30 effective date of new FCC rule changes on the public notice requirements for certain broadcast applications, including applications for the assignment of license or transfer of control of a station and applications for renewal of license.  On Friday, the FCC’s Media Bureau released a Public Notice clarifying certain aspects of the new rule.  First, the Public Notice makes clear that applicants who already have applications pending should use the public notice rules that were in effect on the date of the acceptance for filing of their applications (generally just a few days after the application’s filing).  For instance, radio stations who timely filed renewal of license applications on October 1 (those in Iowa and Missouri), and TV stations who filed for renewal that same date (those in Florida, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands), will continue with post-filing announcements under the schedule that was in place prior to the effective date of the new rules.  Applications filed on December 1 will use the new rules requiring post-filing announcements in the 30 days after the acceptance of the renewal applications rather than those spaced out over 3 months.

As all commercial stations need to “include a conspicuous link or tab labeled ‘FCC Applications’ on the station website or an applicant-affiliated website to the extent that such a website exists,” and at that link either include the text of the public notice that is running on the air or a statement that no such applications are pending, the Media Bureau provided guidance as to when that link needs to be added to the station’s website.  The FCC said that stations should “act expeditiously” to add such a link to their site and, if they are planning to file any application needing public notice, they must include that link now.  Note that noncommercial stations do not need this permanent link on their websites unless their stations are off the air because of school recesses or holidays or for other reasons when the public notice announcements would otherwise be broadcast, in which case they do need to provide this online public notice.  Commercial stations will need both the online public notice and notice though over-the-air broadcasts.  So commercial stations should be adding that permanent link to an applications page as soon as they can.  In addition to our article you can read the entire FCC order on these new public notice requirements, adopted earlier this year, here.

‘I’m an alchemist’: Nova, the unknown MC with the Scottish album of the year

Delivered... Katie Hawthorne | Scene | Mon 2 Nov 2020 1:44 pm

With an English accent in a scene dominated by white men, the 24-year-old rapper felt like an outcast at first – but a £20,000 award win is set to supercharge her career

At £20,000, the Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) award is one of the most lucrative in the UK. But for this year’s winner Shaheeda Sinckler – AKA Nova – it’s about more than money: the prize is a vindication of her total self-sufficiency.

The rapper is virtually unknown – she had only around 300 monthly listeners on Spotify prior to her win – but her coolly confident, lyrically deft debut album Re-Up is a deserving winner, spanning grime, trap, Afrobeats, dubstep and frosty electronica in collaboration with some of Scotland’s fastest-rising producers. It beat far more prominent nominees, including Lewis Capaldi and Anna Meredith, by capturing the spirit of the nation’s underground nightlife, but most importantly it cements Sinckler’s own identity as an artist.

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These 11 Indie Artists From India Are So Good, You Would Wish You Had Discovered Them Sooner – Indiatimes.com

Delivered... | Scene | Mon 2 Nov 2020 12:16 pm
These 11 Indie Artists From India Are So Good, You Would Wish You Had Discovered Them Sooner  Indiatimes.com

Features | Low Culture | Low Culture Podcast 3: Shirley Collins On O Brother, Where Art Thou? – The Quietus

Delivered... | Scene | Mon 2 Nov 2020 9:00 am
Features | Low Culture | Low Culture Podcast 3: Shirley Collins On O Brother, Where Art Thou?  The Quietus
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