Random music news for Friday, December 13, 2019
Home from SE Asia after a more than two-week trip. What’s all this cold white stuff on the ground? I don’t like it. I don’t like it at all. I’m going to try to distract from myself from that by reciting music news for December 13, 2019.
- There was just one album to sell one million physical units this year and it belongs to…
- Very petty. Cutting off her nose to spite her face.
- There’s going to be a Netflix series based on the rise of Spotify.
- Nominations are now being accepted for the second annual Canadian Independent Music Video Awards for 2019. Go here to learn more.
- Juice WRLD’s family says he had a history of prescription drug use that may have lead to his death.
- The Pirate Bay–remember them?–is now getting into streaming with “Baystream.”
- “If your sex life over the last year could be summarized like Spotify’s annual wrap-up, what would it look like?”
- Because you can never have too much Butthole Surfers…
- Can this new algorithm predict the next big stars?
- Not music-related, but here’s another 2019 wrap dealing with the year in porn. Just trying to be complete, you know?
- This could be a collectible Paul McCartney album–as long as there’s not another “Wonderful Christmastime” in the bunch.
- Don’t blame Jimi Hendrix for all the parakeets in the UK.