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Random music news for Monday, November 21, 2022

There are new metric prefixes to deal with really large and really small amounts. For example, we can now say the Earth weighs six ronnagrams. It’ll be a while before spellcheck recognizes that. On to music news for November 21, 2022.

  1. There was another horrible nightclub shooting targeting LGBTQ+ people.
  2. And…Kanye’s back on Twitter. Wheeeee!
  3. Single guys who managed to snag tickets to Taylor Swift shows are now trolling for dates.
  4. Snoop Dogg has a new range of dog accessories. Seems like a natural, doesn’t it?
  5. Even R Kelly’s manager is going to jail.
  6. Sounds like Kanye’s Reddit page is a real fun place to be.
  7. This metal drummer collapsed on stage with a heart attack. The good news that he should be okay.
  8. What the music you love says about you. Discuss.
  9. Bruce Springsteen plans to release a box set of five unheard albums he recorded during the 90s.
  10. No, that’s not how it happened, conspiracy-minded AC/DC fans.
  11. A Beastie Boys exhibit is about to open in LA.
  12. Florence + the Machine have to cancel some shows because Florence broke her foot while dancing. Hasn’t she done this before?
  13. Wanna buy some old Bob Dylan love letters? Too late.
  14. If your band has a credit card, better read this.
  15. This heavy metal musician set out to screw the election chances of a Republican candidate in Colorado–and succeeded!
  16. There’s new soundtrack music from Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross. Listen here.
  17. And Trent is not an Elon Musk fan.

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BONUS: It appears that Elon has been lying his entire life. See?

BONUS BONUS: It must be a party to live in these Mexican cities.

Alan Cross

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