Random music news for June 11, 2018

At 22, this guy is the youngest owner of a vinyl pressing plant anywhere in the world. It’s happened. Joy Division and New Order Doc Martens? (Via Steve)
Interesting analysis: The Ontario election ads we saw before YouTube videos. Yes, please. Let’s check in with the head of the RIAA and this keynote speech. So what’s the future of music? It’s worth more than all the major labels put together. And each note you sing earns you £2,000. St. RIP Danny Kirwan, an early guitarist with Fleetwood Mac. Imagine being paid to sing by the note. Now in music news for June 11, 2018…

Led Zeppelin has reunited…to work on a 50th-anniversary book. Vincent covers Tool. Lil Jon…
Diddy says he’s no longer interested in owning an NFL team. Spotify’s market capitalization is now $30 billion USD. According to this source, there are more than 8,000 rappers registered on Spotify whose names begin with “Lil.” Lil Wayne, Lil Uzi Vert, Lil Yachty, Lil Pimp. Eminem managed to piss off a lot of people at Bonnaroo by doing this. Yes, St. It was on this day in 1982 that ET: The Extraterrestrial debuted in theatres. Vincent. Feminist author Germaine Greer doesn’t think much of Beyonce’s wardrobe stories. Elvis’ 1963 Rolls-Royce is getting its own documentary. Bruce Springsteen received a special Tony Award for his one-man show on Broadways.
Random music news for June 11, 2018