Puck monkeys. I like it. Then there’s music news for January 12, 2022.
- Music recorded before 1923 is now in the public domain. That means we can now use them legally in podcasts. Hmm. Sounds like an idea for a new podcast, doesn’t it?
- Kanye plans to meet with Vladimir Putin. Oh, good.
- Snoop Dogg hot dog(g)s? Possibly.
- Whoa! I don’t remember this thing. Do you?
- The Rolling Stones are getting their own stamps in the UK.
- Here’s another phone with a folding screen.
- When your show isn’t selling well…
- Apple issued this report on the growth of their services division.
- Harry Styles now has his own brand of nail polish.
- Dave Grohl pop-art t-shirts!
- Here’s a list of 13 very controversial album covers.
- Bob’s Burgers: The movie.
- Why is this song from 1994 going viral?
- Yes! Why?
- A new fossil has been named after Deep Purple drummer Ian Paice.
BONUS: Steve Allen and “The Disc-Jockey’s Theme Song” from 1957. (Via SOWNY)
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