Random music news for Saturday, September 8, 2018

Still in Vancouver at the Skookum Festival. This. What? Wait: Bach is the property of Sony? For no particular reason, here’s a story about Liam Gallagher’s daughter. Here’s a history of the search engine that ate the world. Kim Kardashian says there is no sex tape sample in Kanye’s music. Mick Jagger is getting back into acting with The Burnt Orange Heresy. Bass lessons with that guitar? And now, some music news for Saturday, September 8, 2018. But is that a good thing? Google turned 20 this week. What’s that? Check out these sketches. (Hint: If you’re a parent, you should read this.)
Influencer fraud? What’s that? (Via Tom one more time)
Here’s the latest missive from Tom DeLonge’s To the Stars Academy. This is an interesting look at how pop stars are guiding their own narratives. Kindie rock? Yes, please. (Blame Tom)
This is fascinating: The head of CBS allegedly tried to sabotage Janet Jackson’s career after the Super Bowl wardrobe malfunction. Here are seven mixing terms you may need to know. Cool: The story behind the creation of the iPhone keyboard. Here’s an unreleased outtake from Prince’s Purple Rain sessions entitled “17 Days.”
Let’s go back to when David Bowie was just 16. Having a good time. If you’re a fan of Led Zeppelin, you might want to listen to this online special. Because it’s Caturday, here are 15 songs about cats. Wish you were here.
Random music news for Saturday, September 8, 2018