Random music news for Friday, June 8, 2018

Interesting exercise: Type “Radio is” into a Google search and watch what pops up. Now an iPhone app can spot autism? Why would he do that? Apparently. I’m already looking forward to the one called “Jolene.”
Tetris is coming back as a music-driven VR game. Back to the future: music news for June 8, 2018. Apparently. That is one BIG organ! It can offer some real comfort and joy. Is Spotify thinking of licensing music directly from artists? On this day in 1949, George Orwell’s 1984 was published. A musician and “whale whisperer” is being sued for defrauding people of over $3 million. And is there gender bias on Spotify playlists? Here’s the full story. In 2007, a woman posted a video of her 18-month-old toddler dancing to Prince’s “Let’s Go Crazy.” The legal battle that resulted is finally coming to an end. See why music is so important to dementia patients? Music and swimming are helping this survivor of the Humboldt Broncos bus crash. Apparently. Oh. Why did Prince swap his name for an unpronounceable symbol, anyway? Apparently. Ticketfly is finally back online after a cyber attack. More sonic attacks? Stephen Colbert’s diss track against Kellyanne Conway. Wait: David Cassidy was lying about having dementia? Netflix is launching a series with programs base don Dolly Parton songs. Apparently. A Bob Marley biopic? The new Sonos Beam smart speaker hits the Apple HomePod where it hurts. This looks interesting.
Random music news for Friday, June 8, 2018