Random music news for Thursday, December 12, 2019
The bad news: Flight delayed because of late-arriving aircraft. The bad news: We’ll miss our connection in Istanbul. The good news: We’ve been upgraded to business class for our troubles. Thanks, Turkish Airlines!
Now, some music news for December 12, 2019.
- Apparently Juice WRLD went into convulsions when Feds searched his private plane for contraband. (They found a lot, by the way.)
- An interesting question: Why are so many SoundCloud rappers dying?
- Hang on: Why have the Talking Heads suddenly launched an official Instagram account?
- And The Boomtown Rats are back for sure: new album, new tour.
- What’s the next big thing in the music industry? Here are a few guesses.
- Grey Daze, Chester Bennington’s pre-Linkin Park band, are set to release a new album in his honour.
- What does 2020 hold for podcasts? Here are some predictions.
- I should be a guest host on this radio station.
- Artist of the decade? I can see why.
- This is handy: How music licensing is handled in the US.
- Not all radio station contests are created equal. See?
- These are the best Toronto albums of the 2010s. Discuss.
- Korn: The documentary.
- And then there are the upcoming Bowie films.
- If you’re a hardcore Pearl Jam fan, take a look at this.
- Liam Gallagher had his sound cut midway through “Supersonic” during a show in Melbourne. The venue had to do it to prevent being fined $250,000 for a curfew violation.