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Random music news for Tuesday, November 7, 2023

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  1. The big enemies of Argentina’s far right? Swifties and the BTS Army.
  2. These people have been lined up for Taylor Swift for FIVE MONTHS,
  3. It’s confirmed: Spotify won’t pay out unless a song gets 1,000 streams.
  4. Spotify is planning their first-ever podcast festival in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
  5. Universal has a new record club.
  6. It looks like The Beatles “Now and Then” will become their first UK#1 in 54 years.
  7. And it’s conceivable that there will be more new Beatles music, says Peter Jackson.
  8. Disco Pink Floyd. That is all. (Via Dave)
  9. Bjork, the wild salmon’s best friend.
  10. A metal boat cruise–“Headbangers Boat”–has returned to port after searching for a passenger who went overboard. They didn’t find him,
  11. “Grok?” Really? I mean, I get the reference, but…
  12. The Ozzy cake took the cake. Here’s what that means.
  13. Are these the worst music videos of all time? Maybe? (Via Rick J)
  14. AI companies think that training their programs with music and lyrics should be considered fair use.
  15. A good question: Will US streaming companies listen to the CRTC?

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BONUS: Corendon is a Dutch airline How’s this for a safety video?

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