Music Biz Headlines: May 1, 2017

Current news and features we unearthed from around the web we thought you might like to read today...

Another ISP Copyright law suit

The lawsuit accuses the ISP of “refusing to take meaningful action" against users who repeatedly download music illegally- Billboard

Midnight Oil’s triumphant and timely return 

As they gear up for a North American reunion tour, members of the beloved Australian band reflect on their legacy and their "prophetic" back catalog – David Fricke, Rolling Stone

No room for nostalgia as Bob Dylan keeps show on the road

In his now-customary white gaucho hat and striped trousers, Dylan divides his time between the piano and centre-stage, where he croons at a tilted microphone stand in a concert at the London Palladium -- David Bennum, The Guardian

Canadian horror film composer shows how he creates bone-chilling sounds

Mark Korven has partnered with a string instrument maker to create noises that are truly the stuff of nightmares – Sarah Rieger, HuffPost Canada

Feist brings big-time production values to intimate Pleasure release show

Toronto’s Trinity-St. Paul’s United Church was flooded with pink neon lights as she premiered songs from new album – Tabassum Siddiqui, NOW

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