Published on September 11th, 2017 | by Alan Cross0
Random Music News for Monday, September 11, 2017
I can’t seem to get the theme song of Curb Your Enthusiasm out of my head. And now you can’t either. Sorry. Distract yourself with the music news of September 11, 2017.
- I absolutely love the Sonos system I have in my house. But truth be told, the company faces some challenges in the near term.
- The good news: The Atlanta Braves gave free game tickets to some people displaced by Hurricane Irma. The bad news: The game DJ decided that playing the Scorpions’ “Rock You Like a Hurricane” was a good idea.
- Even a Cat 5 hurricane can’t stop a Disney song…
- …or a Depeche Mode concert.
- The metal band Decapitated has been accused of kidnapping a concert-goer in Washington state.
- Do you sleep with a snorer? Here’s a new headphone gadget.
- A good question: Why aren’t female MCs getting more attention in rap and hip hop?
- Interested in Prophets of Rage? Listen to Tom Morello and Chuck D on the Lovett or Leave It podcast. It’s really good. “Bad presidents make for great music.”
- Here’s how hardcore punk is helping to fuel the Antifa movement.
- This new book looks at the role of music when it comes to sexual assault on campus.
- This gives me nightmares: Ed Sheeran has a room in his home that’s full of teddy bears.
- Tokyo now has a Ferris wheel with karaoke machines in some of the cars. Why? Because Japan.
- Have you noticed that the free version of Spotify won’t stream through the Safari browser now?
- Country star Troy Gentry died in a helicopter crash. Now there’s audio of communications between the pilot and the ground before it went down.
- Madonna’s daughter was spotted at a PornHub party. Mom would approve. No, seriously. She would.
- Here’s an interesting gallery of before-they-were-famous pictures.
- Noel Gallagher was literally moved to tears during “Don’t Look Back in Anger” during the reopening of the Manchester Arena.