Here are two words you never want to hear from your doctor: “scrotal necrosis.” Let that sink in as you work your way through music news for November 11, 2021.
- There’s an online movement to block Travis Scott on Spotify in response to what happened at the Astroworld Festival last Friday.
- A new documentary on the last days of Freddie Mercury is coming.
- A new and unheard Beatles song has been discovered! But hang on: It’s not as great as it seems.
- This Rolling Stones museum exhibit in Kitchener, Ontario, looks great.
- You can now buy Green Day coffee.
- Rob Halford of Judas Priest has recorded a PSA directed at men, urging them to get their prostate checked. (Rob was diagnosed with prostate cancer at the height of the pandemic.)
- “Music streaming: Is it a level playing field?” Discuss.
- How much of an average salary do consumers spend on streaming? Details here.
- Another look back at the 20th anniversary of the introduction of the iPod.
- Where will the music industry be in 10 years? Here are some predictions.
- This church in England conducts metal services. Readings come from Korn, Megadeth, and Iron Maiden.
- Could this end up being part of the future of radio in the car?
- Mariah Carey once said she won’t eat fast food. But now that she’s got a deal with McDonald’s…
- Speaking of fast food, Tim Hortons and Justin Bieber have come together over Timbits.
BONUS: Martian Heinz ketchup. Alert Ed Sheeran.
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