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Domino says it is “saddened” by its ongoing Four Tet dispute

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Domino has issued a statement about its ongoing dispute with Four Tet, which ramped up last weekend after it emerged that the label had removed three of his albums from the streaming services.The label says that it is “just as saddened” by the removal of the albums from streaming services as Four Tet is, but that it was advised that doing so was a “necessary consequence” of the ongoing litigation the musician – real name Kieran Hebden – is pursuing against the indie label.Hebden sued Domino late last year in a dispute over digital royalties.

Hebden argues that under the terms of his 2001 record deal he should be getting a 50% royalty on all or most of the monies generated by the streaming of his records.

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