Random Music News for Monday, May 9, 2016
In Halifax today. Must. Have. Lobster. And now, in music news…
- Here’s a good Monday timesuck: learn to play a virtual Theremin.
- U2’s new tour CD pays tribute to the Velvet Underground’s first album. (Via Michael)
- There’s an app that makes it a snap to create a music video. The company just raised $100 million in funding. (Via Pete)
- Could there be a Hole reunion in the making? Maybe.
- Marital discord in the Osbourne home. Did Sharon kick Ozzy out for cheating?
- This is great: pictures of 70s punks then and now. (Via Tom)
- The advantage of being in a classical music orchestra? When the power goes out, you can keep playing. (Tom again)
- Interesting Slipknot-related legal case. Paul Grey’s child–born after he died–can sue for loss of companionship. ((Still more from Tom)
- These fragile century-old records made in India can now be heard by everyone. (Tom had lots of time over the weekend, apparently.)
- These Imperial Storm Troopers danced their way to victory on Britain’s Got Talent. (Tom! Go outside and play, fer crissakes!)
- What do your playlists say about you? (Not as click-baity as it sounds.)
- This is the 21st century evolution of the jukebox. This is either really cool or really, really dangerous.
- Even if you don’t like classical music, you really should listen to/watch this.
- Then we have this street musician and his glasses.
- Science says that music can help wake you up. Well, duh.
- Here’s a look at the guy who is playing a young Morrissey in the biopic Steven.