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Random music news for Friday, September 16, 2022

Watch that last step. It’s a doozy. And watch what we’ve done with music news for September 16, 2022.

  1. There was panic at a Panic! At the Disco show when a fire broke out during a gig. It turned out to be fine.
  2. There’s been a scramble for a recording of “God Save the King.” This guy scored.
  3. Johnny Lydon, defender of the monarchy.
  4. Just give all awards shows to BTS. Here’s why.
  5. Modest Mouse is selling off some of their own gear. Find it here.
  6. Ever hear of an aborted music festival called Powder Ridge? It was the Fyre Festival 50 years earlier. There’s now a documentary. (Via Stephen)
  7. Gossip bloggers are not immune from legal prosecution. See?
  8. Grimes thinks dinosaurs were “planted by God to confuse us.” Wut?
  9. Rock stars who walked away and never looked back.
  10. Why didn’t Snapchat see TikTok coming? This article takes a look at that.
  11. This couple got engaged in a mosh pit. Quite a feat, that.
  12. I’m not ready for Christmas yet, but these people are.
  13. Lorde has a musical sister–and here she comes.
  14. The remix of Pink Floyd’s Animals is finally out, having been delayed since 2018 over a liner notes dispute.

More music news? Check here.

BONUS: I don’t see a problem here. (Via Alex)

Alan Cross

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