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Random music news for Monday, April 3, 2023

You wanna know who’s having another moment. Satan. Here’s what I mean. This is what I’ve got for music news for April 3, 2023.

  1. Time again to visit the worst album covers of all time. (Via Andrew)
  2. RIP experimental composer Ryuichi Sakamoto. He was 71.
  3. GM is going to dump Apple CarPlay from its electric vehicles just before a major upgrade.
  4. Chester Bennington’s son wants all the conspiracies around his dad’s death to stop.
  5. There’s another Oasis reunion update. Could this be the year?
  6. Wait: Did The Weeknd hook up with Angelina Jolie?
  7. Here’s a list of scandalous songs written about exes.
  8. Owen, Owen, Owen. What did you do that so pissed off The Rolling Stones?
  9. Rihanna can rent my house anytime. Here’s why.
  10. Taylor Swift fans + AI = Tay-Tay deep fakes. This is concerning.
  11. The joys of working in a record store. (Via Sean)
  12. Boygenius, the film. (Sean again)
  13. The Cure have cancelled 7,000 tickets for their upcoming North American tour because they were sold through secondary sites.
  14. Gawd. Coming soon: The Baby Shark movie.
  15. There’s new music from Scott Weiland out there. Sounds interesting.
  16. Fun: The evolution of Batman music.
  17. A hundred years is a long time for a person to play the piano.

More music news? Check here.

BONUS: “AI is BS.” Discuss. (Via Rick J)

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