Are Zoom meetings making you so self-conscious that you’re running for the plastic surgeon? You’re not alone. Now take a look at music news for September 18, 2021.
- What to buy a piece of the music in Shrek movies? It’s another NFT sale.
- Meanwhile, though, Jay-Z is having trouble with NFTs. Buyer beware.
- Rolling Stone has released their latest list of the Top 500 Songs of All Time. Discuss.
- Good. More of this, please. (Via Amber)
- David Bowie’s entire catalogue will move over to Warner Music in 2023.
- Want to sound like early David Bowie? Then you need one of these.
- This new study investigates the changing perceptions of media. This has implications for radio and TV.
- Death from Above 1979 has released a cover of Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin'” for Amazon.
- What’s being played on Canadian online radio? Here are the top current songs.
- Looking for some good podcasts about the music industry? Try these.
- Genius, the lyric site, has been sold for US$80 million.
- Here’s a good deep dive into the early days of grunge.
- U2 is going to release a special 40th anniversary tribute to their “Gloria” single from 1981.
- A UK live music organization has set 2030 as the date for reaching net zero emissions.
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