Two kangaroos walked into a pub. One spilled the other’s pint. That’s when this happened.
And with that, here’s music news for December 2, 2020.
- Question of the Day 1: Why do so many pop stars get sucked in by conspiracy theories?
- Question of the Day 2: What was it about 2020 that made Fleetwood Mac’s music so popular again?
- Ice-T’s father was an anti-masker. Then he got COVID-19.
- This Beatles obsessive has over 2,600 copies of the White Album.
- Need some good music books to read over the holidays? Here are some suggestions.
- Nick Cave isn’t happy with what the BBC did with The Pogues’ “Fairytale of New York.”
- And Nick has some erotic wallpaper for sale. Wait–what?
- Speaking of The Pogues, how did they become such a Christmas staple?
- This still-in-a-box Apple 1 computer is going to sell for big bucks at auction.
- Music creation tools had a very, very good year. It’s the pandemic effect.
- And Zoom had a good year, too. Surprise!
- Dua Lipa had an astoundingly successful online concert that attracted at least 5 million viewers, grossing at least £2.4 million.
- The Flaming Lips have postponed their bubble concerts.
- These guys are in jail in Cameroon but that didn’t stop them from making an album.
- Spotify has an AI that can sniff out plagiarism in songs.