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

  1. Amazon Tickets general manager Geraldine Wilson: Amazon will not be moving into the secondary ticketing – via MusicAlly

  2. Spirit Music Group acquires 150,000 tracks as it launches Production Music division – via MBW

  3. Adele is wheeled onstage undercover in a flight case each night while audiences assume it’s a piece of kit – via Digital Spy

  4. Austin-based band White Denim has a new song out on Spotify today, but you can only listen to it if it’s raining where you are – via The Verge

  5. Katy Perry was paid £1.2 million to perform at the wedding of the property tycoon Nick Candy to Australian singer/actress Holly Valancevia The Times UK

  6. YouTube launches Uptime, an experimental app for watching videos with friends – via TechCrunch

  7. An amendment to the Digital Economy Bill means it will be illegal to use “bots” to bypass limits on the maximum number of tickets that can be bought – via BBC

  8. Sony/ATV Music Publishing is celebrating a full year at No.1 on the UK singles chart, having published or co-published every chart-topper for the past 12 months – via Music Week

  9. George Michael left his £10m London mansion to his older sister, Melanie Panayiotou – via Daily Mail

  10. Vevo has announced that it’s going to move its European HQ to the grade II listed Lighthouse building in London’s Kings Cross – via CMU

  11. SoundCloud may sell for less than the $700m investors thought it was worth a few years ago. May sell for $250 million in desperate bid to raise cash – via Recode

  12. Justin Bieber pictured spending time with actress Georgie Jennings while in Australia – via Instagram