If this is Wednesday, I must be back in Singapore. I think. I’ll get back to you on that when I’m fully consciously.
Now, though, some music news.
- A street in New York will be named after long-time resident, David Bowie.
- Still no Bill Ward for the final Black Sabbath show(s).
- J.Lo does the splits. Oops.
- A Canadian DJ is working to make Paul Ryan the next president of the United States.
- Was this Robbie Burns poem the inspiration for Michael Jackson’s “Thriller?”
- Just what we need: more analysis of Kanye,
- Elton John: not a favourite of certain Italian politicians.
- What if you could turn static paintings into soundscapes? Turns out you can! (Via Peter)
- The Game has promised $1 million for the people of Flint so they can drink clean water.
- Here’s an odd bit of trivia for Kate Bush fans.
- Here’s a record-labels-vs-MP3s-battle that you thought was over 15 years ago. Uh-uh.
- Make up your mind, Kanye.
- Alex points us to an interesting BBC broadcast on the kind of vinyl one Indian family has cherished for years.
- Bowie’s Blackstar is still at #1 in the UK.
- Colin Vearcombe, otherwise known as Black and the singer of the 80s alt-rock hit, “Wonderful Life,” has died of injuries sustained in a car accident.
- Well, this looks like the perfect guitar for Slayer fans…