On this day in 1991, Nirvana’s Nevermind, BloodSugarSexMagick, and Badmotorfinger from Soundgarden were all released. Yes, on the same day. What’s happening in music news on September 24, 2021?
- On that note, here’s an article called My Time with Kurt Cobain.
- Now that the Canadian federal election is over, there’s a renewed call for politicians to do something to help the live music industry.
- Meanwhile, music fans are weighing the risks of going to a show now.
- This is interesting: A history of selling out.
- Does vinyl really sound better than CDs? Let’s ask science!
- Fender, the guitar maker, is getting into turntables.
- A new movie on Jim Morrison called Before the End is coming.
- And a new book on Daft Punk will soon be here.
- John Lennon is going to be on another postage stamp.
- The Canadian dentist who once bought John Lennon’s decayed tooth (no, really) has written a tell-all book. (Via Paul)
- Here come the Christmas songs. Kelly Clarkson wants to cancel you this Christmas.
- If you’re of a certain age, you’ll remember The Hilarious House of Frightenstein the weird Canadian kids’ show with Billy Van. Well, it’s coming back. Sort of.
- Rolling Stone has launched a new podcast called Don’t Let It Flop: This Week in TikTok.
- YouTube is testing the ability to download videos to computers. (It’s already been a mobile thing but not for the desktop.)
- This report shows how Gen Z is driving the growth of streaming.
- If you’re a fan of Queen and Brian May, you should look at this. (Via Walter)
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