Random music news for Friday, August 3, 2018

Speaking of upgrades, new features are being added to YouTube Music every two weeks. They’re the first company to ever do that. Some say so. A music venue that’s open 24 hours a day is opening in London. Cool: This is what ancient Greek music really sounded like. Read this: the fascinating story of Steve Jobs’ daughter, Lisa. Retire, already. More controversy about the effect London “drill” music has on violence. Tom Brady is 41 today. And in music news for August 3, 2018…

Apple hit $1 TRILLION in value yesterday. Warner Music Group has bought UPROXX. Meanwhile, “fake artists” are still clogging up some playlists on Spotify. Is Deezer really worth $1 billion? Why? Easier streaming. Prepare for “party mode” with the next software upgrade. Alex Jones’ InfoWars has been kicked off Spotify for “hateful content.”
These new Adidas sneakers come with an interesting musical feature. Try that with an MP3 or a stream. Take a look at Zulu Audio. Got a Tesla? Want to hear music on the go but don’t like being sealed off from the outside world by earbuds or headphones? Fewer people in the UK are into illegal downloading. “25 ways to get [your] fans to take action.”
Cool: This guy hid a secret record inside an album. How to drink like the Flaming Lips.
Random music news for Friday, August 3, 2018