Random music news for Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Random music news for Wednesday, October 3, 2018
If you’re interested in the kind of audio systems used at concerts, take a look at what Ed Sheeran is using. Nine ticket resellers have been charged with money laundering in the UK. Axe Deodorant has a record label? You gotta love the song Monty Python’s Eric Idle has chosen for his funeral. And now, music news for October 3, 2018. Yes, but read the fine print first. Vinyl sales are even better than we’ve been told. Good luck with that. (Via Larry) A report says that Brett Kavanaugh instigated a bar fight after a UB40 concert back in 1985. Corey Taylor of Slipknot has something to say about the illusion of freedom in the US. This recent Facebook hack looks worse than we thought. Yes, it’s that old. It looks like Amazon is set to announce a video-on-demand service through its IMDB property. This is interesting. That little story got UB40 trending. Taylor Swift gave an autistic fan a service dog. It was 32 years ago today that the first shovels went into the ground for the construction of what would become The Skydome in Toronto. Try this secret Google game. And the worst job in the world might be as Ye’s “intern.”
One more: He’s trying to set up a meeting between Donald Trump and Colin Kaepernick. Your access to Tinder, Airbnb, Instagram, Spotify and Messenger may be compromised. Which country has the best mobile video experience? Nice. The inventor of the World Wide Web has some ideas about where things should go now. More Kanye news: His new basketball sneakers might be banned by the NBA. Spotify has now been integrated with Google Maps. Bored?