Where there's cheesy 80's music, there's undoubtedly a synthesizer somewhere in the mix..
n5316n Drops High Energy Single "XOXO" + Interview
n5316n (Nelson) is the music alias for Nelson Zavarella, a Venezuelan born, Denver based producer and DJ who has steadily developed his own sonic world for the better part of the last decade. He went quiet for a while after previously preforming as "ZAV" & "BRIGHTMOUR" but reemerged with his first single titled "POSES" over the summer of 2022. He followed up "POSES" with his sophomore release "HALCYON" a highly danceable fast paced track that'll get any rave going. His most recent release "XOXO" is a conglomeration of genres including pop, reggaetón, and post-hardcore, which in his words “encompasses all the music I love and grew up listening to into one track." n5316n shifts, alters and plays with the boundaries of contemporary art, culture, and fashion in a boundless experience. Defying genre constraints and incapable of being put in a box n5316n is a true DIY artist in every sense of the word, writing, producing, and creating everything all from his home. We sat down with n5316n to tell us what he's been up to.
"Mastering the Art of Reading Music: Understanding Treble and Bass Clefs"
Reading music is an essential skill for any musician, as it allows them to understand and perform written compositions. The process of reading music involves interpreting the symbols and memorandum set up on a distance of music in order to play the correct notes on an instrument. At its utmost introductory position, reading music involves understanding the layout of a distance of music, including the staff, clefs, and note values. The staff, which is the foundation of distance music, is made up of five vertical lines and four spaces, on which notes are placed.
Polymathic Actor, Recording Artist, and Filmmaker Amir Royale Releases New Single “Phonics” (feat. Sydney Palmer and Declan Sheehy-Moss)
From Amir Royale I don't think I've ever really felt well-understood by my peers or mentors. Most my life I was outcasted for my passionate and exuberant outlook. "Phonics" was a way for me to define what that felt like — but, furthermore — showcase to others how to combat it. I've had this song sitting in a vault since before the pandemic. Thus, I recruited some of my favorite people in this whole wide world to share the stage for one of my last few "harder" stories to tell. Or, well — at least I think so. Declan Sheehy-Moss (a good friend of the next J. Dilla and Robert Glasper - Cisco Swank); as well as Sydney Kate Palmer (an NYU student of mine) both bring this so beautifully to life — and, I don't know — I just hope you finally get it one day. Maybe, just maybe — I even pray I'll still be here on Earth to know finally what it feels like. That's if God decides I'm lucky enough. I love and miss you all, always. Walk good, take care. 🌺❤️🩹🌺
Evaluating the Benefits and Worth of Investing in an AI-Powered Audio Production Tool: A Look at AudioStudio
As a professional in the audio production industry, it's essential to stay on top of the latest tools and technologies to remain competitive and create high-quality, engaging marketing materials and professional-sounding voiceovers. One such tool that has recently gained popularity is AudioStudio, an AI-powered software that can help automate repetitive tasks and create voiceovers in various languages and accents. In this article, we will be evaluating the benefits and worth of investing in AudioStudio.
What is Artificial Rain | How it is Created |
What is Artificial Rain | How it is Created | Cloud Seeding | Weather Modification | Welcome to Friends! Rain is nature's reward, and it is very important for human life, no doubt Of course, you must know that rain can be rained artificially now,
The Songs You Forgot Came From Movies
Songs in films can be one of two things. 1. There are some movies like Guardians Of The Galaxy or Almost Famous that can make a song popular again.
30 Great Songs of Donna Summer
Donna Summer achieved major success throughout her career. She made it into the Top 10 with 14 songs in the US and has sold more than 100 million albums worldwide. To this day her albums still sell about 1.5 million copies per year every year and her fan base is as strong and fervent as it was in the 1970s. I love Donna Summer. Her voice was amazing. I would go so far as to call her one of the greatest vocalists of all-time.
Polymath Actor, Recording Artist, and Filmmaker Amir Royale Releases His ‘Stories of the Lost, Rich & Tormented’ EP
From Amir Royale Sophomore year, NYU Tisch’s Clive Davis Institute, 2017. I created the concept of Stories of the Lost, Rich & Tormented as a "Writing the Hit Song: Deep Cutz" homework assignment. Over the course of 14 weeks, I crafted and reworked about 12 or so ideas. Suddenly, my songwriting professor at the time (Eren Cannata of Cove City Sound Studios, Facethouse Records & Warner Chapel Music), directed us to use all the content we created thus far to formulate an EP. This project would then become one we’d pitch and present to potential A&R scouts. It was our final project. I curated 5 of my best records across the class to showcase a conceptual narrative and description of greed, lust, and youth insecurity within American culture. It is the final entry within my four-EP-long music chronicle (dating back to my 2015 EP, This Is for You.). To let this project go free finally—feels like a blessing. Thank you.
Fans Choice: 30 Favorite New Wave Songs
Celebrate Your Life!!! Recently, I conducted a survey of 155 people asking what their favorite New Wave songs are. I have long been a fan of New Wave music. It started in the summer of 1978 when I bought the single "The Robots" by Kraftwerk. I was into this futuristic thing which began a year earlier with the film Star Wars. This electronic dance tune was the catalyst that helped me branch out into the world of New Wave music.
An Anatomical Playlist
The Intro I was listening to some songs and "Magic Man" by Heart came on, and I thought that could be an interesting theme for a playlist, parts of the body either in the song title or the band name. I will probably miss a lot but I am just going to dive in and see where this takes me.
A Brief History of "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction"
The Rolling Stones (1965) It was May 1965 and Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards, while still mostly asleep, grabbed his guitar and a portable tape recorder and recorded the opening guitar riff and lyric "can't get no satisfaction." After about two minutes of acoustic guitar you can hear him drop his pick and then 40 minutes of snoring. Two days later Mick Jagger wrote the lyrics and on May 12, 1965 the Stones went into RCA studios in Hollywood, CA and recorded the song that would become their first worldwide #1 hit. To be certain the stones did have other hits previous to "Satisfaction" such as "Not Fade Away," "It's All Over Now," "Time Is On My Side," and "Play With Fire." But none came close to the magnitude of popularity as was held by "Satisfaction."
Sometimes we all need some fresh music to listen to when our own taste becomes stale. This is the best moment to broaden your horizons because of the numerous varieties of music that exist in the world. Today, we will be focused on some mood boosting modern rock, alternative/indie, and some electronic dance style songs. These songs are wonderful to boost your mood because they make you want to move and dance around. Let's cut the chit chat and get into the list of songs.