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Random music news for Friday, March 22, 2024

The newest concept for a theme mark? Mattel World (or something like that) in Kansas City. The concept for music news for March 22, 2024? Tell it like it is.

  1. This DOJ lawsuit against Apple looks ominous.
  2. Ben Folds for fifth time when it comes to being married.
  3. A Danish man has been convicted for illegally profiting from music streams.
  4. The prime minister of Cambodia has banned musical horns on cars and buses because too many people are getting out of their vehicles to dance. (Via Christopher).
  5. Smells like Teen…Sandlewood?
  6. TikTok still has a lot of ambitions when it comes to music. See?
  7. Jonny Greenwood of Radiohead has a new photobook coming.
  8. Are you a teacher? Here are some songs to inspire primary school children.
  9. Oasis is re-releasing “Supersonic” as a physical single to commemorate its 30th anniversary.
  10. What metal bands sell the most merch?
  11. There are still people who buy standalone digital music players. If that’s you, here are three of the best units available today.
  12. Metallica as an insurance lawsuit. The judge in the case quoted Taylor Swift.
  13. Nice job, kids! Trent Reznor will be impressed. (Via Sean)
  14. Thornley will release the Come Again album on vinyl for the first time as part of its 30th anniverary.
  15. There will soon be a Radioplayer America to go with the excellent Radioplayer Canada.

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BONUS: Dude! Someone left the Auto Tune on!

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