Random music news for Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Random music news for Wednesday, November 7, 2018
(Wouldn’t a medical playlist creator be a cool gig?)
Muse has some VR fun planned for their upcoming Simulation Theory tour. Has the EP killed the LP? Some artists from the 90s want to be on streaming services, but they have an interesting problem. In case you missed the report yesterday, rapper Mac Miller’s death can be attributed in part to fentanyl. The International Space Station has gone 8K. Maybe. He wants to play drums for AC/DC. the BC casino, part 2. Following up on yesterday story: Oh, Diddy…
Study: iPhone users are happier and wealthier than Android owners. Drake vs. If you’re hoping to get into the voiceover game, take a lesson from this guy. (Via Walter)
An Aretha Franklin concert film will finally be released. Hello, Rogers Place in Edmonton: It’s 2018! Here come the rare Prince music videos. She kept it hidden for 46 years, but now that’s she’s dead, she doesn’t have a say anymore. Yes, the iPod changed everything when it came to digital music, but before that was the failed Rio PMP300. Fast forward to November 8, 2018, and here’s what we have for music news. The final band on Dave Grohl’s bucket list? Bono is concerned that the world has turned away from the fight against AIDS. What was a Michael Jackson impersonator doing at jury selection for the trial of drug lord El Chapo? Really? On this day in 1994, WXYC, a student radio station at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, became the first station to broadcast on the Internet. Maybe. Should doctors prescribe playlists and mixtapes for specific ailments? The father of the Internet is really concerned about privacy issues and has decided to do something about it. If you’re a guitarist, you should really watch this. This is good: The five stages of a rock reunion.