Published on March 31st, 2017 | by Alan Cross0
Random Music News for Friday, March 31, 2017
Today is Dynamic Range Day. An explanation can be found here. And now, the music news.
- You know what happens when you refuse to adapt to the new digital realities of music? Your life’s work disappears. Here’s the sad case of Bob Seger.
- Here’s how Google’s Chrome knows when you’re watching too much porn.
- This sounds kinda funny: A poet has sued Insane Clown Posse for stealing his stuff.
- Here’s the latest lineup information for Glastonbury.
- Oh, God…
- True: Limp Bizkit almost meant the end of SLAYER. So says Kerry King.
- Chris Brown is very good at ducking process servers. How does one serve him a restraining order?
- What’s behind the new boom in podcasting?
- These seven apps are allegedly changing the business of music.
- Warner Brothers has launched Run Out Groove, a new fan-driven vinyl-only company.
- The wife of The Allman Brothers’ Dickey Betts has been arrested for threatening to shoot some teenagers.
- Fleetwood Mac and The Eagles have officially announced their bi-coastal gigs.
- Expect a new album from A Perfect Circle this year, their first in 13 years. (Er, Maynard? About that Tool album…)
- The US music industry saw double-digit growth last year for the first time in two decades. How? Streaming.
- Speaking of streaming, here’s a comparison of the payouts made by Apple Music, Spotify and YouTube.
- Crusin’ with The Hoff!