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  • Chloe Gilholy
    Published 3 minutes ago
    Lady Gaga's albums ranked

    Lady Gaga's albums ranked

    Lady Gaga has always been an interesting character. Whether she's cosplaying as Kermit the Frog or wearing raw meat, her fashion always finds a way to stand out from the crowd. She reminds me of a lot of the older artists like David Bowie and Madonna, who continually reinvented themselves. I like a lot of Lady Gaga's music because it's unpredictable. Yes, I always expect that there's going to be some cheap electronic beats somewhere, but she always finds a way to surprise me. She's a pop star in her own right, but she's crossover a lot of genres, and even a lot of it is subtle. The more I listen to it, the more influences I can hear from other styles.
  • manuela myrtle
    Published 28 minutes ago
    Will Today's Hits Be "Classics" by 2100?

    Will Today's Hits Be "Classics" by 2100?

    Still, since we rarely are exceptionally well-heeled or 'upper dog', we've drawn out more things to brag of. We've, thus, often got proud of the bizarre music genres we're into, the unheard-of facts we learn elsewhere on the internet, the weird, exotic games we play or some closed groups we accidentally got admitted to.
  • Ciara Brooke
    Published about 2 hours ago
    Flashback to Living My Dream

    Flashback to Living My Dream

    Just four short (or really long, depending on how I feel in the moment) months ago I was performing on the Marriott Stage at 11:00 pm on the closing night of The NAMM Show 2020 in Anaheim, CA. It was my biggest show to date, and I can still feel the adrenaline from that night when I think back to it. Coming off of the show, I had momentum like I've never had before, and I was more than ready to keep rolling with the live shows, the travel, and the growing of my music career. Then COVID happened.
  • Laura Finlan
    Published about 2 hours ago
    Unorthodox representations

    Unorthodox representations

    SPOILER ALERT! I COMMENT ON THE ENDING EVENTS OF THE NETFLIX MINISERIES, UNORTHODOX, IN THIS ARTICLE.
  • cheryl bobbie
    Published about 3 hours ago
    What Sound is Capable of, and How the Schemers Have Profiteered on It - Part 2

    What Sound is Capable of, and How the Schemers Have Profiteered on It - Part 2

    As a rule, given the fierce arguments on its capabilities, white noise generators still are getting all the rage on the market. They've, thus, paved the right way for pink, brown or blue sounds and many a "trendy" generator. After all, our advice still is taking it slow.
  • cheryl bobbie
    Published about 3 hours ago
    What Sound is Capable of, and How the Schemers Have Profiteered on It

    What Sound is Capable of, and How the Schemers Have Profiteered on It

    Instead, the cutting-edge sound technology has also leveraged soundwaves to either detect bombs, manufacture water-resistant windshields, convert heat into sound, from which generates electricity, operate brain surgery or lift heavy objects.
Staff Picks
  • Trenten Priest
    Published 6 days ago
    How To Blow up on Spotify

    How To Blow up on Spotify

    Hello my name is Trenten Priest, and today I’m going to tell you how I got my numbers up on Spotify. Now before you read this article know that when I wrote it I had 27 thousand monthly listeners .. well let’s see how much I have now? Search up “Trenten Priest” or click the embedded link below, check out my music, and give me a FOLLOW if the number is still around 25k, then maybe my method works? I think yes!
  • hannah irelan
    Published 13 days ago
    tastes like strawberries and sounds like diversity and empowerment: a watermelon sugar review.
  • Leigh Hooper
    Published 18 days ago
    Isolation Music Station: The UK Music Festivals Going ONLINE

    Isolation Music Station: The UK Music Festivals Going ONLINE

    Some might say the UK is legendary for having such a variety of popular music festivals. From Glastonbury, to the Isle of Wight Festival. Or from Download to the Reading and Leeds Festival. All across the country, from May to September, festivals become the main focus of a lot of peoples lives.
  • Kaela Cordero
    Published 25 days ago
    To All My Exes I've Loved Before

    To All My Exes I've Loved Before

    My first EP (short for Extended Play) "To All My Exes I've Loved Before" premiered on April 3rd, 2020. This was a huge leap for me as an artist, especially as a singer/songwriter as I independently produced it on my own. Armed with Garageband, my guitar and a microphone I purchased on Amazon, I had my work cut out for me. This is what came of weeks of pouring my heart and soul into a record.
  • Duncan Holzhall
    Published 29 days ago
    The Kendrick Lamar Bracket
  • Christian Johnson
    Published about a month ago
    Second Place in Quarantine Playlist Challenge
    The Beat of New York

    The Beat of New York

    Everything has a beat. And if you live in New York City you know that to be especially true. Click play and continue reading.
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Album Reviews
  • Chloe Gilholy
    Published 3 minutes ago
    Lady Gaga's albums ranked

    Lady Gaga's albums ranked

    Lady Gaga has always been an interesting character. Whether she's cosplaying as Kermit the Frog or wearing raw meat, her fashion always finds a way to stand out from the crowd. She reminds me of a lot of the older artists like David Bowie and Madonna, who continually reinvented themselves. I like a lot of Lady Gaga's music because it's unpredictable. Yes, I always expect that there's going to be some cheap electronic beats somewhere, but she always finds a way to surprise me. She's a pop star in her own right, but she's crossover a lot of genres, and even a lot of it is subtle. The more I listen to it, the more influences I can hear from other styles.
  • Nathan Sartain
    Published about 24 hours ago
    Lay - ‘LIT’ Part 1 Review

    Lay - ‘LIT’ Part 1 Review

    Over the last few years, Zhang Yixing has undeniably became a worldwide star. During his time away from the South-Korean group EXO - an outfit which he is still a part of - the Chinese singer, model, dancer and producer has been building a small empire for himself, establishing a tangible brand whilst consistently putting out engaging content. From musical collaborations with the likes of Steve Aoki and Alan Walker to Calvin Klein sponsorships, Lay is everywhere. It’s now up to the world to take notice.
  • Ashley Blanshaw
    Published 2 days ago
    My Second Solo Music Album

    My Second Solo Music Album

    The definition and meaning about my second solo music album ASHLEY #UNFILTERED is that it is showing my growth, me developing into my own person. The album is also about the world getting to know about me and who Ashley is with no filter!!!!!!!! I am coming out of this shell of feeling uncomfortable, negativity coming to me, bondage, captivity, having chains of depression, negative thoughts and comments, emotional breakdowns!!!!!!!!! And this album is going to show the world that I am no longer afraid or scared to be who I am as a person and as human being!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Art
  • Babu Rahman
    Published 25 days ago
    Different Genres Of Tamil Music
  • Grace Guzman
    Published 3 months ago
    Hamilton: the Musical
  • Narada Owens
    Published 3 months ago
    Emoji of a Wave

    Emoji of a Wave

    My song of choice for this challenge is entitled "Emoji of a Wave" and it is written by John Mayer. Off of his 2017 album "In Search of Everything", Emoji of a Wave is personal to me because I could definitely relate to this album that had full on breakup feels. I was along for the ride of the rollercoaster of emotions, having recently come out of a painful breakup myself. This song came into my life at a time that was serendipitous to my circumstances, and served as the cathartic outlet that changed my life that summer.
Bands
  • Ciara Brooke
    Published about 2 hours ago
    Flashback to Living My Dream

    Flashback to Living My Dream

    Just four short (or really long, depending on how I feel in the moment) months ago I was performing on the Marriott Stage at 11:00 pm on the closing night of The NAMM Show 2020 in Anaheim, CA. It was my biggest show to date, and I can still feel the adrenaline from that night when I think back to it. Coming off of the show, I had momentum like I've never had before, and I was more than ready to keep rolling with the live shows, the travel, and the growing of my music career. Then COVID happened.
  • Style Idol Closet
    Published 17 days ago
    Top 5 Most Handsome NCT Members

    Top 5 Most Handsome NCT Members

    Disclaimer: this list is for entertainment purposes only. With this list I do not intend to demean or make less of the talent or charisma of any particular member. Beauty is a subjective matter and it varies depending by the country or culture. This list is just an opinion and opinions are not facts. In this list I have included all NCT units and WayV songs since some of WayV members are also members of NCT units.
  • mySound Music
    Published 20 days ago
    Andrew Farstar finding ways to communicate his soulful voice to his fans.

    Andrew Farstar finding ways to communicate his soulful voice to his fans.

    The incredibly talented, Andrew Farstar , recently released My Infatuation (Love Vibration) (Radio Edit) , an original pop, dance song.
Celebrities
  • Bryana Fern
    Published 2 days ago
    10 Times Freddie Mercury was too much for this world

    10 Times Freddie Mercury was too much for this world

    Freddie Mercury never really fell from popularity, let's be honest. But he has once again become a household name with last year's Bohemian Rhapsody biopic and Rami Malek's Oscar for Best Performing Actor. One of the reasons Queen's front man is so adored is his never-ending confidence and panache, saying, "I always knew I was a star, and now the rest of the world seems to agree with me." Other bouts of expression include lines like, "I'm just a musical prostitute, my dear," and "I dress to kill, but tastefully!"
  • Krisna Garcia
    Published 2 days ago
    What Rappers Are Dropping Albums in 2020?

    What Rappers Are Dropping Albums in 2020?

    While some have mourned the death of the golden age of Rap as house music and other pop sensations seemed to begin taking over a few years ago, there has been a resurgence of creative and new sounding Rap and Hip Hop artists coming out of the East Coast, West Coast, ATL, and other hotbeds of Rap. Only a handful of these rappers like ASAP Rocky, Migos, and others have managed to go traditionally mainstream at large-scale level; there are a number of musicians who have amassed sizeable national audiences by sharing their music online.
  • Rasma Raisters
    Published 4 days ago
    Rising Like a Rocket to Stardom

    Rising Like a Rocket to Stardom

    He is a British singer, pianist and composer and is considered to be one of the most popular musicians of the 20th century. He was born as Reginald Kenneth Dwight on March 25, 1947. He has sold over 250 million records, found success on Broadway and composed the music score for “Billy Elliot” the Tony award hit in 2008. His full name is Elton Hercules John and after being knighted by the Queen in 1998 could add Sir to his name. So I present the music of Sir Elton Hercules John. Elton John’s music is a special blend of pop and rock styles. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1994.
Concert
  • Lisa Ikin
    Published a day ago
    Highway to Hell

    Highway to Hell

    Bon Scott, born Ronald Belford Scott, is one of Perth’s claims to fame. He was by all accounts a raucous party animal with the reputation of being “socially maladjusted.” Australians love a tragic hero. The iconic lead singer of AC/DC who died in 1980, is buried in the Fremantle Cemetery. The place of his memorial has been listed as being of historical significance in the National Trust of Australian (WA) register. Over the years people have made the pilgrimage to his place of rest in their droves.
  • Jan Moritz Onken
    Published 3 days ago
    How would you compose a Silk Road ?

    How would you compose a Silk Road ?

    Do you know this kind of talk when you are in a conversation and the other person asks you ‘What’ you are — or what ‘you’ are doing?
  • Marcus Johnson-Smith
    Published 6 days ago
    Beenie Man & Bounty Killer: Thank  You

    Beenie Man & Bounty Killer: Thank You

    That was THE BEST THING I’VE EVER seen in my life!
Fact Or Fiction
  • manuela myrtle
    Published 28 minutes ago
    Will Today's Hits Be "Classics" by 2100?

    Will Today's Hits Be "Classics" by 2100?

    Still, since we rarely are exceptionally well-heeled or 'upper dog', we've drawn out more things to brag of. We've, thus, often got proud of the bizarre music genres we're into, the unheard-of facts we learn elsewhere on the internet, the weird, exotic games we play or some closed groups we accidentally got admitted to.
  • Ashley Beatty-Pernetti
    Published 11 days ago
    You're a Hypocrite When You Say "Country Music Has to Go"

    You're a Hypocrite When You Say "Country Music Has to Go"

    I recently came across an article titled "Music Diversity is Great, but Country Has Got to Go," and the whole thing truly irked me. It's a well-known fact that every genre isn't everyone's cup of tea and we all have the ability to publicly share those opinions. I'm not usually one to address a specific piece of writing by writing my own counterargument, but this one struck a little nerve. I'm sitting here chuckling to myself as I write this because I feel like the person who wrote this country-hating article is slightly hypocritical. And here's why.
  • Phill Ross
    Published 16 days ago
    Online music competitions

    Online music competitions

    If you are a musician or wanting to learn to play an instrument, or even perhaps a collector of musical equipment, one of the many ways of acquiring gear that we would normally have to save up for, or in some cases never be able to afford, is to enter an online competition.
Feature
  • Zoe Nauman
    Published 2 months ago
    'The orchestra will never die': Why one composer says we need live music now more than ever

    'The orchestra will never die': Why one composer says we need live music now more than ever

    They say music feeds the soul. And now more than ever it's something humankind craves and needs. As the world copes with the enforced incarceration thanks to the coronavirus epidemic, thankfully, composers are still out there being creative and making music. And while a lot of the entertainment industry has come to a grinding halt, some are lucky enough to still be working and making money.
  • Nathan Sartain
    Published 4 months ago
    Zico’s “Any Song” - A Viral Challenge and Chart Domination

    Zico’s “Any Song” - A Viral Challenge and Chart Domination

    This past week, Zico became the first artist of 2020 to have a song attain a “Perfect All-Kill” on the South-Korean charts. For those who don’t know what that is, it means that a song is number one on the daily and realtime charts of Melon, Genie, Bugs, and Soribada along with the realtime charts of Flo and iChart; criteria that makes a song a Certified All-Kill. A Perfect All-Kill is then achieved when the song also becomes number one on iChart’s weekly chart. Despite being an undeniably talented artist who has been a fixture in the Korean mainstream for almost a decade, this is the first Perfect All-Kill that Zico has been a part of.
  • Nikki Gaskins
    Published 5 months ago
    7-Year-Old Releases Catchy Song Teaching Financial Responsibility, Raps About Not Owing Rapper 50 Cent Money

    7-Year-Old Releases Catchy Song Teaching Financial Responsibility, Raps About Not Owing Rapper 50 Cent Money

    FREDERICKSBURG, VIRGINIA – Make room Nicki Minaj and Cardi B! There’s a new rapper on the scene. Kennedy O’Neal (aka – Super Kennedy) might just be 7-years-old but she’s a lyrical maestro in the making on a mission to teach kids and adults about financial responsibility. To kick off the New Year, she is excited to release her debut single appropriately titled, “Piggy Bank.” You can watch the music video at this link.
History
  • Shandi Pace
    Published about a month ago
    The Cultural Impact of the Beatles - The Fashion

    The Cultural Impact of the Beatles - The Fashion

    From the very start of their journey as musicians you could tell the Beatles were different. Standing proudly at the top as one of the very first ever bands to write their own music, their fashion was what truly made them stand out from the rest.
  • Tom Baker
    Published about a month ago
    Joey
  • Shandi Pace
    Published 2 months ago
    The Long and Winding Road Comes to an End

    The Long and Winding Road Comes to an End

    April marks the 50th anniversary of when the Beatles broke up. Although the exact date is a little fuzzy, most people point to April 10 as the official day the biggest band in the world called it quits. An article written by Don Short titled, “Paul Quits the Beatles,” was printed on the front page of the Daily Mirror.
How To
  • Trenten Priest
    Published 6 days ago
    How To Blow up on Spotify

    How To Blow up on Spotify

    Hello my name is Trenten Priest, and today I’m going to tell you how I got my numbers up on Spotify. Now before you read this article know that when I wrote it I had 27 thousand monthly listeners .. well let’s see how much I have now? Search up “Trenten Priest” or click the embedded link below, check out my music, and give me a FOLLOW if the number is still around 25k, then maybe my method works? I think yes!
  • Robin Owens
    Published 10 days ago
    7 Different Songwriting Methods, And Why You Should Try All Of Them

    7 Different Songwriting Methods, And Why You Should Try All Of Them

    I'll be the first to admit that I've developed some pretty strong habits in the over ten years that I've been writing songs. I tend to use some chord progressions more than others, and I tend to focus more on lyrics than melody. But the biggest habit I've fallen into is writing songs the same way every time: by sitting down at my piano or with my guitar and my lyric book and writing the song from start to finish. I write the melody, the harmony, and lyrics at the same time, from verse one to the last chorus.
  • Gordon Jennings
    Published 17 days ago
    How to Add Spotify Music to Rekordbox

    How to Add Spotify Music to Rekordbox

    Many DJ beginners may have such a question: how can I use Spotify music in DJ software?
Instruments
List
  • Tone Breistrand
    Published 5 days ago
    10 of the Best Soundtracks from TV Shows for Increased Productivity

    10 of the Best Soundtracks from TV Shows for Increased Productivity

    Like I've said before, any kind of work or study session you have in front of you is a lot easier to get through with the right music in the background. I love listening to soundtracks when working, both because instrumentals make it easier for me to concentrate, and because orchestral style music is great for stimulating my brain. Here's a list of ten different soundtracks from TV shows that I'd recommend you add to your playlist.
  • Style Idol Closet
    Published 7 days ago
    Most Handsome Tomorrow x Together Member

    Most Handsome Tomorrow x Together Member

    Disclaimer: This list is for entertainment purposes only. With this list I do not intend to demean or or make less of the beauty or talent of any member. Each member brings in talent and charisma to make the group a whole. Beauty is subjective to the country and culture we grew up in. The actions, lyrics or anything related to TXT or Big Hit Labels do not reflect the actions or beliefs is Style Idol Closet.
  • Tone Breistrand
    Published 20 days ago
    10 Video Game Soundtracks to Work or Study to

    10 Video Game Soundtracks to Work or Study to

    A lot of amazing games are accessorised with highly enjoyable soundtracks, which are great to listen to even when you're not playing. With their calming vibes, thrilling tunes and inspirational build-ups, video game soundtracks are great for putting on when you need extra motivation. Here's a list of ten tracks I personally find greatly helpful for getting work done.
Playlist
  • Brandon Becerra
    Published 7 days ago
    Top 10 songs- Quarantine playlist

    Top 10 songs- Quarantine playlist

    1) Praise The Lord - A$AP ROCKY Ft. Skepta. *Author(s): A$AP ROCKY (Rakim Mayers) is 31 years old, original from the Harlem neighborhood in Manhattan, New York, and Skepta (Joseph Junior Adenuga) is 37 years old, original from Tottenham, London, UK. *Song name: Praise The Lord *Album: Testing *Released: June 26, 2018 *Genre: Hip Hop *Youtube view count: 248,319,558
  • Christopher Donovan
    Published 15 days ago
    Serotonin Songs

    Serotonin Songs

    Ten Songs That Will Make You Feel Happier:
  • Kaela Cordero
    Published 25 days ago
    To All My Exes I've Loved Before

    To All My Exes I've Loved Before

    My first EP (short for Extended Play) "To All My Exes I've Loved Before" premiered on April 3rd, 2020. This was a huge leap for me as an artist, especially as a singer/songwriter as I independently produced it on my own. Armed with Garageband, my guitar and a microphone I purchased on Amazon, I had my work cut out for me. This is what came of weeks of pouring my heart and soul into a record.
Pop Culture
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