Wow, can you believe it's almost summer? It feels like I was just shoveling snow from the driveway and now I’m battling spring allergies and, in a few weeks, facing the hot humid summers of Canada. (Yes, it gets hot here in Canada too LOL.) Summer is a time for fun, to get out and have fun with friends and family, so why not spice things up with some great music?
Yellow is often used in phrases in songs. Whether it is sung metaphorically, literally, or randomly, you will be sure to hear the color in a couple of your favorites. Similar to blue, it is used to express emotions and capture different feelings; whether it is representing happiness, peacefulness, sadness, or nothing at all, it always plays to a certain theme.
So, last week I gave myself an injury that has made walking, sitting, working, and general life pretty hard. My physio delivered some heartbreaking news and so, to try and cheer myself up, I have finally returned to my monthly mixes. I know, I am crap at keeping on top of it, but hey! I only missed March, to be fair, so I'm not doing that bad...I've decided to give you guys a little bit of Future Bass education. I know this genre isn't for everyone, but I love it, so I'm going to share my love with you....
There are those types of songs you've always heard of, but you have no idea what the names of them are or who sings them. There are also songs that put a warm feeling in your heart that you have yet to discover. The songs on this list could become your next favorite song, if you're willing to give them a chance.
Welcome to April, a month filled with study sessions, weed jokes, high school dances, and rain. Or, at least, it should be full of rain. Unfortunately, the weather (at least where I live) seems to disagree. There's been more snow here than rain, and temperatures are dancing from the 70s one day, back down to the 30s the next.
Your wedding should be one of the happiest days of your life, and picking the perfect music is important to make the day even more special. Well, what can be better for such an amazing occasion, than the music of the most amazing band of all time—The Beatles.
New jack swing is a type of music that was most popular during the early 1990s. A hybrid style that combines the rhythms of hip-hop and dance with the sounds of R&B, new jack swing combines both older and new trends in one, making a soulful, urban, swing music, a huge hit for the time. And still today, this style is proudly played through speakers, an ageless genre.
Breakups are the worst. Especially, when you are the one being dumped. Especially, when it happens out of the blue. Especially, when it comes after a long exhausting relationship. Especially, when there is a third person involved. Especially... Do I have to continue?
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I originally made this playlist to go along with a Valentine's Day present, so each song holds a special meaning to me. With a little tweaking, it could be perfect for any happy and love-filled occasion! These are classic songs that get me moving every time I hear them. From Paul McCartney to Bill Withers, this play list is filled with some great artists!
I have a brother trying to break into the music industry. He spends hours and hours streaming, searching, and creating pieces every day. When we used to live together, he would burst in my room at three or four in morning to show me his latest favorite album or song. Years and years of him exposing me to obscure and well-known artists have led me to the conclusion that I really, fucking, love interludes. I'm a sap for the short, emotional and sometimes odd songs that break up or connect an album. While some of these interludes are more well-known than others, all of these songs are worth a serious listen.
Grime is one of the most underrated genres to come out of Britain in recent years. Known for gritty lyrics, deep bass, with just a little bit of a drippy kick, its a genre of music that brings out British trap culture in its entirety.