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Private Function part ways with guitarist Joe Hansen

The guitarist was part of the Melbourne punk band since its inception in 2016

Denis Handlin will keep Order of Australia honours, has QMusic award revoked

Handlin was ousted from his role as CEO of Sony Music Australia in June, after more than 50 years with the company

ARIA and APRA AMCOS issue statements following ‘Four Corners’ investigation into Sony and Denis Handlin

Both organisations acknowledged there is still work to be done to stamp out harassment and bullying in the industry

Former Sony exec Tony Glover responds to bullying and harassment allegations on ‘Four Corners’

Glover claimed he was made a "scapegoat" when pressure mounted for the label to take action against former CEO Denis Handlin's alleged misconduct

Over 100 people interviewed on “toxic” Sony workplace culture under Denis Handlin for ‘Four Corners’ investigation

Current and former employees at the label have made explosive claims to 'Four Corners' for an exposé airing October 11

Rancid Eddie issue statement hitting out at “little social media gestapo” and “PC babies”

The band, who’ve faced social media outcry over 'misogynistic' lyrics and had gigs cancelled, have called the blowback “the most repulsive form of punching down we’ve seen”

Rancid Eddie gigs cancelled amid controversy, one by booking agency citing band’s “unacceptable behaviour”

The Melbourne band were set to tour Australia in 2022 in support of their single 'Dry', which was criticised last week for "misogynistic" lyrics

Former Alpine guitarist Christian O’Brien charged with aggravated assault of teenager, granted diversion

O'Brien has been granted a four-month diversion and ordered to make a $1,000 donation to Centres Against Sexual Assault

Australian record label UNFD “ends relationship” with Hands Like Houses

After a post outlining “serious allegations against a UNFD artist” was made in the label’s public fan Facebook group

Ex-CEO Denis Handlin issues statement on sexual misconduct allegations at Sony Music Australia

"With issues of sexual misconduct, I always took immediate action," the label's CEO of nearly 30 years told new investigative podcast series 'Everybody Knows'
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