Published on June 30th, 2017 | by Alan Cross0
Random Music News for Friday, June 30, 2017
How can 2017 be halfway over already? Here’s some music news for June 30, 2017.
- Britney Spears is adamant that she can sing live.
- Looking to get your song on Spotify playlists? Start here.
- There’s going to be a Kurt Cobain art exhibit in Seattle.
- Celine Dion is Canada’s biggest musical export. Time to put the music snobbery aside and read this article on her.
- Netflix should start sounding better on your home theatre–if you have Dolby ATMOS.
- Gary DeCarlo, singer for Steam, has died. Lest you forget their big hit was “Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye.” Cue the uncomfortable ironic laughter.
- The music industry likes the recent EU fine against Google, even though the case had nothing to do with music. Here’s why they like it. (Via Brad)
- Sony is going back to making its own vinyl records three decades after shutting it down. (Via Andrew)
- Turns out that the main thing people are using smart speakers for is listening to music. This could be a big deal.
- This may make you feel old: The three guys in Hanson now have twelve kids among them.
- Here’s a veteran radio host talking about the future of the medium. (Via Brian)
- Great. Here’s something else to worry about when it comes to having your stuff hacked.
- MTV’s two-year attempt to refocus has been abandoned.
- Men Without Hats are back and performing at the Montreal Jazz Festival. Wait–what?