… the data is badly entered and there’s no way for listeners to edit it, even locally. You can do that in Apple Music, but not in Apple Classical Music. So you’re stuck with whatever the label gives you and sometimes that’s just not the way it needs to be.

Gregory Pittman, on Apple’s Classical Music app.

This sounds awful and yet more reason to focus on locally owned and managed music for anybody who cares even a little bit about having a good experience.

Music is too important to me that l would continue to allow Apple’s terrible efforts to dictate the role it plays in my life.

Simon Woods @SimonWoods