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NEWS DIGEST - FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9

My_bloody_valentine My Bloody Valentine have confirmed a new album is on the way. The record, due for release before the end of the year, will be the psyche-rockers first major new release since 1991's seminal opus, Loveless. Speaking on VBS.tv's Soft Focus programme, frontman Kevin Shields revealed that several MBV projects are currently in the works. Alongside the aforementioned  album - started in 1996 and "three quarters finished" - a "compilation of stuff" recorded throughout 1993 and 1994 is also set to appear, as well as an extra "little bit of new stuff."

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- This month's revelatory MOJO interview with Elvis Costello has caused a wave of comment to crash across the web. Here's some further reading for you:

The Times

The Guardian

The Independent 1

The Independent 2

- Prince has released a statement dismissing reports that he was threatening to sue a trio of fan sites for breach of copyright. AEG, the star's promoters, have stated: "Prince is not suing his fans, is not looking to penalise fans and nor is he looking to or inhibiting freedom of speech in any way. In fact, he is simply looking to provide Prince fans with exclusive music and images entirely free of charge, and bypassing unofficial and unauthorised phoney fan sites that exploit both consumers and artists.

AEG added: "The action taken earlier this week was not to shut down fansites, or control comment in any way. The issue was simply to do with in regards to copyright and trademark of images and only images, and no lawsuits have been filed.The three sites in question have falsely positioned themselves as representatives of millions of Prince at his official site and even on the message boards of the unofficial sites in question."

Posted by Ross_Bennett at 02:54PM | Categories: News