Published on September 13th, 2018 | by Alan Cross0
Random music news for Thursday, September 13, 2018
That’s enough Asia for now. The next 24 hours will be spent flying home and posting stuff using in-flight WiFi–which, I must say, EVA Airways does very well. And now, here’s your music news for September 13, 2018.
- When the Beatles wrote “Come Together,” I hope they weren’t thinking of that one time… (Via Tom and about a dozen others. Why, Macca, why?
- Three Days Grace to Van Halen: “IN YOUR FACE!”
- Billy Corgan says the Smashing Pumpkins are going to release all the Machina albums in their originally-intended form.
- What’s this business about Google’s “digital well-being” apps?
- Bono vs. the far right in Sweden.
- The British premiere of the Queen biopic We Will Rock You is going to be HUUUUUUGGGE.
- Here’s a review of the Quincy Jones biography that premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival
- A lost David Bowie recording just sold for big, big dollars.
- Cape Town, South Africa, is still having a water crisis. This is one of the emergency measures.
- Keith Richards had something of a real estate fail in New York City.
- The Red Hot Chili Peppers are apparently working on…something.
- Looking to get your song on Spotify’s user-generated playlists? Read this.
- This blind Filipino girl is some kinda singer.
- This was awkward for Apple Music and Spotify but awesome for the singer.
- Welcome back, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts. (Via Ronald)
- If you have a Sonos system, you’ll want to investigate its new IFTTT capabilities.
- Will robots take over radio? God, I hope not, but…
- Women are apparently the primary drivers of podcast growth.
- I thought I knew everything about the Apollo 11 moon landing. Now I find out that Neil Armstrong was a fan of the theremin.
- The city of Hamilton, Ontario, has a pretty cool new music initiative.