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Random music news for Wednesday, June 7, 2023

Space Legos go to space. They’re called “Legonauts,” by the way. In terrestrial music news for June 7, 2023…

  1. You knew this was going to happen: AI is bringing back The Beatles.
  2. Speaking of which, you knew some older artists were going to say something like this.
  3. More companies–Apple, Spotify, Verizon, iHeartMedia–are severely restricting the use of ChatGPT.
  4. The coverage of Taylor Swift’s current tour is officially over the top.
  5. And Matty Healy will soon have a song written about him.
  6. Some Russian radio stations were hacked with a recording of a fake Putin announcing an invasion of Russia.
  7. Drum solos? I got your 25 top solos, fills, breaks, and intros right here.
  8. That guy in the food truck sure looks like Ed Sheeran. Wait. It is.
  9. Relax. It wasn’t that much of a fire.
  10. Sometimes you just need that one hit–like this band and this song.
  11. Attention guitarists: THIS is a pedal board.
  12. A Malibu house once owned by Rod Stewart is on the market for US$49.5 million.
  13. Let’s just ask the question: Should Oasis reunite?
  14. This upcoming festival in Mexico City looks like an anglophile’s dream.

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BONUS: NASA is asking for help to name its next planetary mission. They’re sending a probe to Uranus. So many childish ideas… Probe. Giggity. (Via Larry)

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