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

Disco legends KC AND THE SUNSHINE BANDVILLAGE PEOPLE and SISTER SLEDGE will hit a day on the green this December – via ADOTG

Universal promotes Thijs Mantel in Holland as MD Norbert Plantinga exits company – via MBW

TEG, local Ticketing, Live Entertainment and Data Analytics company, has today announced a strategic alliance with the Division Agency to promote national tours and events featuring electronic dance music acts. The joint venture comes after Jason Ayoubi joined the Division Agency as a Partner and Director, reuniting with Scott Robertson. In tandem, they were the driving force behind Future Music Festival and Summadayze. – via TEG

New LinkedIn tool tells businesses about who’s visiting their websites – via TechCrunch

The Toyota Country Music Festival, Tamworth will return in January with Troy Cassar-DaleyLee KernaghanThe McClymontsSara Storer, John Williamson and Adam Eckersley Band. – via TCMF

Universal Music Asia Signs Recording artist Anggun – via UMG

As it prepares to go public, Spotify faces yet another lawsuit over unpaid royalties. But who’s really to blame for this lingering problem? – via FastCo

UK music exec and Give A Home founder Stephen Budd interviewed on BBC World about Justin Bieber’s tour cancellation. – via Twitter

UK recorded music business on course for $150m+ growth in 2017 – via MBW

Cara Delevingne has written and recorded the Pharrell-produced soundtrack to her latest film, Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets. – via Standard

Latest Apple Music ad uses motorcycles, patriotism & country star Brantley Gilbert – via AppleInsider


Sony/ATV Music Publishing has signed Zak Abel to a worldwide publishing deal. – via RotD

Cut Copy release video for latest single Airborne