Random music news for Monday, December 26, 2022
Boxing Day madness, anyone? Or just some music news for December 26, 2022?
- Remember that Beatles-themed movie Yesterday? There’s a very weird lawsuit over the film’s trailer.
- Following two crowd crush deaths, the license for Brixton Academy has been suspended.
- It looks like Ed Sheeran is working on a collaboration with Cradle of Filth. No, seriously.
- These are the top 10 UK music industry stories of 2022.
- Meanwhile, Kate Bush has come out on the side of striking nurses in Britain.
- I’m fascinated by this intra-band fighting in Journey over support of Donald Trump.
- Apparently the new Whitney Houston biopic is…not good.
- NYT Magazine: How TikTok Became a Diplomatic Crisis.
- If you want to make money on TikTok, here are 11 strategies you might want to investigate. Maybe you’ll end up like this.
- Fun: Ten of the weirdest musical instruments of all time.
- Mick Fleetwood appeared in public for the first time since the death of bandmate Christine McVie.
- Ray Davies sure loved The Kinks’ song “Lola.” Here’s what I mean.
- Well, that’s transparent of you, TikTok.
- Michael Stipe’s solo album will finally come out in 2023.
- This 40-year-old FM station is going to shut down because of…climate change?
- Tom Petty once lived here. The place is up for sale for US$9.5 million.
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BONUS: Nice one courtesy David Macaulay.