It seems like most people don’t value music as much as they did in the past. They act like they don’t need it or like they don’t care about it. A large part of that mentality is due to how easily accessible music is these days. If you want music, you can just reach out […]
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Hate it or love it, 2016 is finally gone and 2017 is here to right some wrongs and deliver some brand-spankin’-new music for our listening delight. With that in mind here are some things coming down the pipeline that I think are worthy to keep your ears open for.
Spotify has a huge assortment of festive playlists. You can hear anything from LCD Soundsystem creating a Christmas tune to the classic Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer. Maybe you’re looking for something that will help get you in the holiday spirit but you’re not really feeling the usual classics that are on repeat in the shopping […]
I have always loved the Christmas season, ever since I was a child. The snow (in some places), the bright red and green decorations, the quality time spent with family opening presents and watching countless Christmas specials—what’s not to love? Working in the customer service industry has shown me why some people aren’t as enthusiastic […]
It’s time again to say goodbye. As the summer comes to a conclusion, it’s time to prepare for a change in the weather and the holiday season. What better way to get you in the Fall/Winter mindset than with a playlist?
June 14, 2016 – Two days after a man in Orlando killed 49 people in a gay-friendly nightclub called Pulse in Orlando. Like everyone I was shocked that an event like this could happen, but for some reason it didn’t hit me until that day. I don’t know if it was the eight hours of […]
High volume is perhaps the most distinctive factor in most modern rock songs today. For me, this is a large part of its appeal. I love the sound of distorted guitars and the energy that comes with heavier music. However, I also need to listen to give myself a break from the hard stuff every now and chill […]
I’m about to use a dirty word: emo. Yes, dirty indeed, as it’s become a particularly shameful thing to enjoy the emo genre. Much like the Grunge movement in the ‘90s, the term today is used to describe a particular fashion trend and attitude. It carries a negative stereotype used to generally describe a person […]
With 2015 behind us, it’s time to get excited about what the new year has to offer. Unlike many others, when the clock strikes 12 on December 31st, I don’t think “new year, new me,” I think, “new year, new music!” Following all of the “Best of” lists leading up to New Year’s Day, there […]