This doomsday alarm clock would want me to stay in bed with the covers over my head. Then how would I be able to compile music news for April 29, 2022?
- A lot of people seem to have something called the “Coachella Cough.” Hmm.
- Meanwhile, Ozzy’s got COVID.
- The George Michael documentary is almost here. Check out the trailer.
- No. Please stop, Justin.
- One person died and four people were injured in a shooting at a California death metal concert.
- This is a fascinating look at trends in music. I’ve never thought about things this way.
- The Beach Boys have been banned from the San Diego Zoo since 1966. Here’s why.
- Metallica has a new whisky. It’s called Rye the Lightning, of course.
- If you’re a fan of both The Beatles and U2, you should take a look at this. And then when you’re done, go here.
- And if you’re interested in the history of the Canadian music scene since 2000, then you should order this book.
- Spotify’s stock fell to less than US$100 for the first time this week.
- Eurovision Canada? Yep. (Via Andrew)
- This piece of info about teenagers explains a lot.
- There’s gang warfare in the African nation of Lesotho. The weapons of choice include the accordion. Wait–what?
- HBO is developing a comedy based on the life of a Hasidic hip-hop star named Nissim Black.
BONUS: This cockatoo won’t stop singing “Bodies Hit the Floor” by Drowning Pool. (Via Loudwire)
man buys cockatoo INSTANTLY regrets it♬ original sound – Bödan Reykjavik