Nigel Godrich: Major labels did 'secret deals with Spotify', leaving small labels with 'pittance'

Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich has responded to comments made today by Spotify - further explaining why he believes the platform's business model works for large companies with "massive back catalogues", but not for new artists.

Godrich's new comments come a day after he accused the platform of being "bad for new music" as he and fellow Atoms For Peace artist Thom Yorke pulled their album Amok from the platform. Yorke's solo album The Eraser, which Godrich produced, and Godrich's ...

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