Random music news for Saturday, November 26, 2022

If you suffer from migraines (like me), a new MRI study has revealed never-before-seen spaces in the brain. Swell. No holes in music news for November 26, 2022…

  1. RIP Al Mair, the founder of Canada’s Attic Records, an important indie dating back to the 70s.
  2. Adidas is looking into some Kanye behavior. Probably wise given that this is what they’re looking at.
  3. VR headsets: A very hot gadget for 2022.
  4. Radiohead isn’t very good at football. (Via Sean)
  5. The adorable Nandi Bushell had a jam session with Shane Hawkins, son of Taylor. Watch.
  6. Madonna’s book caused such a scandal when it was released 30 years ago. Yes, 30 years ago.
  7. Here’s an interesting stat from Warner Music Group’s latest financial report.
  8. No. Canada will not take any blame for Elon Musk.
  9. Radio: Still an important thing in the car.
  10. A fun story about The Opera House, an iconic venue in Toronto.
  11. If you’re a musician, you should know that only 10.6% of your fans see your posts on Facebook.
  12. These are the ten most innovative recording studios in the world right now.
  13. They’re not dolls. They’re Run-DMC action figures.
  14. Why would Apple buy Manchester United of the EPL? They’re apparently thinking about it. Or at least did think about it.
  15. This looks like a cool app for building playlists.
  16. These were the most-streamed songs on Deezer in 2022.

BONUS: Play this game. Can you spot which image was generated by AI? I dare you.

BONUS BONUS: Hey, I laughed.

Alan Cross

is an internationally known broadcaster, interviewer, writer, consultant, blogger and speaker. In his 40+ years in the music business, Alan has interviewed the biggest names in rock, from David Bowie and U2 to Pearl Jam and the Foo Fighters. He’s also known as a musicologist and documentarian through programs like The Ongoing History of New Music.

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