Random Music News for Tuesday, February 20, 2018

“Northern Touch” is still considered to be the most important Canada rap collaboration ever. Maybe. Drake is sure turning out to be a very generous dude. Reviews of Fergie’s jazzy rendition of “The Star-Spangled Banner” at the NBA All-Star Game didn’t go over so well. What could the blockchain do for music? Six ways Apple could make the HomePod even better. Arcade Fire’s Win Butler: karaoke star. Let’s find out. UK physical music sales didn’t do well over Christmas. Anyone else have a still-working iPod from 2002? Here’s why. Oh, Mozzer… A good interview with the Lonely Vagabond, one of Toronto’s music’s most enigmatic characters. What’s on it? Yoko Ono turned 85. Whether they want to accept it or not, Facebook is a news outlet. One hundred people were killed and over two hundred were injured. When it comes to anything to do with Noel, Liam says “I was drunk.” Shocking. The Foo Fighters collaborating with Liam Gallagher? A lot of people wished her well. Is this the greatest cowbell song of all time? Here’s another way Spotify could rescue the music industry again. When it comes to music news for February 20, 2018…

Is social media making musicians sick? Fifteen years ago today, one of the worst concert tragedies in history happened with a pyro display during a Great White show at the Station nightclub in West Warwick went wrong. No plastic bottles at Glastonbury 2019. This website follows Elon Musk’s Starman in his Tesla Roadster through space. I wonder if it’s still playing that Bowie song on the stereo? I’d listen to that.
Random Music News for Tuesday, February 20, 2018