Published on February 14th, 2018 | by Alan Cross0
Random Music News for Wednesday, February 14, 2018
Valentine’s Day: a made-up holiday designed to make dudes feel guilty and single people even more lonely. Who needs it? Best just concentrate on the music news for February 14, 2018.
- Headley is caught up in some #MeToo allegations on Twitter.
- Why are so many rock stars suddenly retiring and going on farewell tours?
- YouTube Red is about to expand to 100 countries. That includes Canada, I assume (Or is it here already? There are so many YouTube products that I couldn’t be bothered to look.)
- Chris Cornell is going to appear on the new upcoming Johnny Cash album.
- Is public WiFi a health hazard?
- Still haven’t made it in the music business? Here are some musicians who stuck it out before they found success.
- Is K-Pop killing people?
- A dude who is obsessed with Miley Cyrus has been detained before anything bad could have happened.
- Here’s where women are going to tell their #MeToo stories from the music industry. It makes for sober reading.
- Facebook is running into trouble. Here’s an analysis of that.
- Consumer Reports has an early review of Apple’s HomePod.
- Got music on Bandcamp? Here’s the company’s annual review.
- A rise in use of MDMA? Blame Kayne and Jay-Z, apparently.
- Just because some artists can work together doesn’t mean they should.
- Here are the books people in the music industry are reading.