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

A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after the death of 25-year-old woman Louella Michie at Bestival. – via Guardian

Google today appealed the record €2.4 billion ($2.7 billion USD) antitrust fine levied against it by the European Union back in June over allegations the company promoted its own price comparison services over competitors’ – via The Verge

BMI payouts top $1bn for first time – but digital growth slows down – via MBW

Spotify is said to have crossed 150 million active users worldwide, and is rapidly approaching 65m paying subscribers. – via DMN

Spotify For Artists Adds Multiple Logins, Access Levels For Team Members – via Hypebot

The management team behind One Direction and 5 Seconds of Summer is expanding into the publishing sector with the launch of its own rights management business AMLOR. TheLed by Modest Management’s Richard GriffithsHarry Magee and Will Bloomfield in partnership with veteran industry executive Blair McDonald – via Billboard

CDBaby To Donate Net Proceeds Of This Week’s Digital Sales To Red Cross Hurricane Relief Fund – via Hypebot

London-based XL Recordings shared a £20 million dividend last year – via This Is Money