Medical Mysteries of Music

Published on May 16th, 2018 | by Jon Bunnies

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Random music news for Wednesday, May 16, 2018

The first regularly-scheduled transatlantic airline flight began on this date in 1951. El Al of Israel began flying a turboprop airliner from New York to Heathrow in London. And when it comes to music news for May 16, 2018…

    1. The concept of awarding a “gold record” .
    2. Remember how that Norwegian newspaper claimed that Tidal was inflating streaming numbers for Beyonce and Kanye West? A bunch of Norwegian artists are now over this.
    3. : the average American listens to 32 hours of music a week. At that rate, it would take 1,600 years to listen to all the songs on Spotify.
    4. Apple Music says it has now . Spotify is still in the lead, but Apple is catching up.
    5. People are really pissed at Tidal. There are now into its practices.
    6. Damon Albarn with the master tape of a Gorillaz album.
    7. There will be an auction of . Gotta be some good stuff here.
    8. You know what could be good for your mental health? “.”
    9. On that topic, Princes Harry and William have joined Lady Gaga on .
    10. But what have the Royals ever done for the arts? Check out .
    11. Russian trolls attacked American teenage girls’ computers with a botnet called FaceMusic. .
    12. Meanwhile, Courtney Barnett demonstrated that s.
    13. New survey: 71% of all UK vinyl sales.
    14. The time when Keith Richards.
    15. That new Arctic Monkeys album is innit?
    16. Chris Brown: (Via Steve)
    17. If you have a smart speaker, you do not want t.
    18. Are you ready to start talking about new iPhone models? No? .
    19. If you can speak Let`s see than one language, than those who don’t.
    20. Want an ultra-rare drum machine? .
    21. Slash’s video game music? .



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