Random Music News for Wednesday, October 11, 2017

This person went blind and suddenly started hearing colours. Liam Gallagher was answering questions on Reddit. Why are pop stars obsessed with touching their own faces? Probably. Was that the beginning of the whole nĂ¼-metal thing? Har, har…sorry.)
This drum synth app comes with artificial intelligence. (A woofer? This streaming music service wants to pay artists in Bitcoin. I would have loved to have been there for that meeting. Keith Richards is selling a New York apartment for $12 million. iPhone designer Jonny Ive says that we’re abusing our phones. This sounds like a fascinating book: Disadvantaged Populations And Technology In Music. He’s coming back as a smart speaker. Sure, Jackie Chan is a legendary action star, but all he really wants to do is sing. Here’s what’s making news on October 11 of this year. Google’s translation earbuds are going to start a really cool tech war. Yes, it was as weird as you might guess. On this day in 1994, Korn released their debut album. Dave Matthews’ winery in Napa Valley has been evacuated because of the wildfires. Apple was going to do an Elvis biopic, but Harvey Weinstein was involved, so…
Remember Sony’s robot dog, Aibo? (Now that you mention it…)
The science of Kimye. Because it’s always fun to read an interview with Liam Gallagher, check out this feature in Vanity Fair. Margaret Thatcher needed someone to brief her on punk. For some reason, the battle over the FM chip (that Apple doesn’t include in iPhones anymore) continues. I’m guessing it smells like smoke and black tar heroin.
Random Music News for Wednesday, October 11, 2017