Published on April 28th, 2018 | by Alan Cross0
Random music news for Saturday, April 28, 2018
Has anyone seen the new Stormy Daniels video? I mean, this is political research, right? See the NSFW trailer here. Hey, it’s news, isn’t it? Once you’re done, you can review the music news for April 28, 2018.
- Here are my weekly music picks for GlobalNews.ca.
- This year’s Record Store Day was the best ever.
- Vicky Cornell has launched the Addiction Resouce Centre for Chris to help people and families struggling with addiction.
- Things have taken a toll on the marriage of Imagine Dragons’ Dan Reynolds.
- How iTunes murdered the mixtape.
- A New Order/The Verve/Devo supergroup? Yep. (Via Larry)
- I really gotta get me this uber-cool Beatles poster. When you see it, you’ll understand. (Via Tom)
- Guy Garvey, the singer for Elbow, is going to teach a songwriting course at Manchester Metropolitan University.
- Scientists are live streaming audio from 4,000 feet below the surface of the ocean. Listen!
- Spotify is testing a filter that blocks swearing in songs.
- Going to a festival this summer? Here’s a site that offers safety tips.
- Thinking of peddling your song for a synch deal? Good idea because this study says that music is more important than visuals when it comes to marketing.
- iTunes is finally available in the Microsoft Store.
- Toronto bars are pushing to have last call pushed back to 4 am this summer.
- Why are shipments of Chinese smartphones slipping so much?
- Frances Bean Cobain is not happy with the Stella McCartney store in Manhattan.
- This coder killed himself after apparently acquiring tinnitus from listening to too much loud music on his headphones while working.
- Still miss disco? Check out this story.
- Kate Bush wrote a tribute to Emily Brontë for a monument in Yorkshire, closing the loop on the whole “Wuthering Heights” thing.