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Random music news for Saturday, February 18, 2023

Music news for February 18, 2023.

  1. Steven Tyler looks to have some serious issues when it comes to his current #MeToo problems.
  2. Amazon Music is now breathing down the neck of Spotify in the US.
  3. Meanwhile, Deezer has entered into a partnership with Sonos.
  4. ChatGPT seems to be pretty good when it comes to giving marketing advice to musicians.
  5. This new doc featuring U2 is now at the Berlin Film Festival.
  6. Love to hate on Ticketmaster? Before you go too far, listen to this podcast. It may change your mind. Or not. But at least you’ll be better informed.
  7. Any one of these photos would make a great album cover.
  8. The BC government is coming to the rescue of festivals.
  9. Fallsview Casino in Niagara Falls, Ontario, has a new 5,000 seat venue.
  10. This looks like a fascinating book on the history of the drum machine (and electronic percussion in general).
  11. Horrible. Just…horrible.
  12. McDonald’s loves its celebrity meals, doesn’t it? Here are the latest.
  13. Goth/death metal weightlifting.
  14. Who is going to be the first to sample these voices from hell? (TBH, this is pretty freaky.)
  15. BTS Lego.
  16. On that note, K-pop stans are influencing elections around the world.

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