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We need to have transparency and artists should be paid.. get their fair share of the pie

Nile Rodgers, Grammy award winning composer, producer, arranger and guitarist

Surely we can find a way to make streaming work for all of us, labels, DSPs [digital streaming platforms], and artists and writers

Nadine Shah, Musician

Not being paid fairly for our recorded work means our industry is not inclusive and it makes music a club for the privileged

Kate Nash, Musician

We also need to get our data organised so that we can present a clear and accessible solution that will ease collaboration and improve flow of payment. That would enable revenue-generating opportunities and discoverability to go through the roof in comparison with what it is now

Imogen Heap, Musician

We need more of the money that comes in to find its way to the smaller artists, the major labels need to step up too

Tim Burgess, The Charlatans

The current split of income is unfair, dangerous and needs to change because the people who will suffer the most are ultimately music creators like me

Ayanna Witter-Johnson, singer-songwriter, cellist and composer

We need the same protection: a regulator to ensure the lawful and fair treatment of music creators

Tom Gray, #BrokenRecord campaign and Gomez

There are many issues within the music industry, but I think this one’s a pretty clear-cut one; streaming just needs to be more transparent because there’s loads of things about it that we don’t know

Laura-Mary Carter, Blood Red Shoes

Streaming is immensely valuable to me as an independent artist in granting me unparalleled access to a growing fanbase, and them to me. But, like many, my wealth in streams has amounted to little financially and I cannot currently sustain myself from music. While remuneration is the obvious argument, the lack of transparency is of equal concern – especially to younger artists like myself who’ve only known this financially and I cannot version of the industry. If the DSPs and major labels were to agree to even some requests borne out of the discussion so far, it would at least be a gesture towards delivering the clarity that artists, whose value these platforms are built on, deserve

Imogen Williams, songwriter and U25 board director at the Ivors Academy

Performers need an equitable within streaming... We’re in a digital world where 100% accuracy is viable

Crispin Hunt, the Longpigs and director of Ivor Novello awards

Music has been so important for people during lockdown, now musicians need a fair share

Orphy Robinson, jazz musician

The major labels are trying to maximise their revenues, which I totally understand, but it’s unsustainable

Ed O’Brien, Radiohead and founder of the Featured Artists Coalition

Spotify says: ‘Well, you can’t compare CD sales with streaming because with streaming you’ll get paid for the next 10 years.’ Sadly, that’s not how my rent or my mortgage works

Helienne Lindvall, Songwriter

Transparency is key and fair division of income should be paramount

Bradley Zero Phillip, DJ and label owner

I know that streaming doesn’t look great on the surface for artists as you get such little return for each play...artists can self-release without the costs of manufacture and distribution

Gilles Peterson, DJ, label owner and BBC 6 Music presenter

Streaming has saved the music business by making it more convenient for people to once again consume music legally rather than through illegal file sharing. In doing this it has taken music from being a luxury purchase and turned it into a utility, and that has completely changed the economics of music: now the contractual relationships between the major record companies and artists/songwriters need to be reviewed

Merck Mercuriadis, CEO and founder of Hipgnosis Songs Fund

We hope that streaming leads to further transparency in the industry such that the flow of artist revenues is visible

Dan Chalmers, director of YouTube Music for Europe, the Middle East and Africa

Streaming and technology has created enormous opportunity for artists. Right now, the number of independent artists releasing music is outpacing the overall growth of the industry

Michael Weissman, chief executive officer of SoundCloud

We’re very happy to have a discussion about what is and is not fair, because it’s not a straightforward question

Elena Segal, global senior director of music publishing at Apple Music

We want to continue to support them (careers of artists) and we welcome the opportunity to work together with rights holders and administrators to look at how we can modernise music economics to do this

Horacio Gutierrez, Spotify’s head of global affairs and chief legal officer

I also think “user-centric” streaming models could help fix some of the problems; it would mean that if you spend a whole month listening only to your favourite local singer-songwriter, your subscription fee would actually go to that artist, whereas at the moment it goes to the biggest artists in the world, by record label market share, whether you abhor or love them.

Fiona Bevan, Songwriter

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