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Random music news for Thursday, December 28, 2023

Chess is supposed to be a game of honour, but it can apparently also include beads and pooping in bathtubs. Music news for December 28, 2023, has much better standards.

  1. Need some predictions for the world of music in 2024? Here you go.
  2. Kanye released an apology to the Jewish community for his antisemitic outbursts. He released it in Hebrew.
  3. Meanwhile, Ye isn’t much of a property manager. In fact, he’s awful.
  4. Shane MacGowan left behind about £4 million.
  5. Canada (like some other countries) wants to impose a digital services task. The US is pissed.
  6. Here’s a handy list of all the places where David Bowie used to live. You know, just in case you want to take a roadtrip.
  7. Meanwhile, Beyonce’s childhood home went up in flames.
  8. I’m not crying. You’re crying.
  9. I think this is a touching use of AI audio, Thoughts?
  10. Travis Barker of Blink-182 is doing well. Look what two of his kids got for Christmas.
  11. Is indie rock turning country? Parts of it.
  12. This is a good list of the best box sets of 2023.
  13. Look for podcasting to have a big year for growth in 2024.
  14. Paul McCartney is working on an It’s a Wonderful Life musical. Here’s what he has to say.
  15. Here’s a rare unflattering Taylor Swift article.

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Alan Cross

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