Your New Favorite Singer to Find at a Club


In the early stages of deciding which singers to feature, the blog’s editors were initially drawn to artists who were “sassy” or “quirky,” like Solange and Frank Ocean. But as the blog gained traction, they began to pay more attention to its readership, which was largely composed of young women.

After being featured on S.K., many singers’ careers have taken off. The singer Grimes, who was featured in 2010, has since become one of the most buzzed-about artists in the world; she is currently signed to Jay-Z’s label, Roc Nation. And last year, after S.K. helped make her a star, Rita Ora became the face of Madonna’s clothing line for Adidas.

For our generation, the internet is a source of new music. We spend hours upon hours on SoundCloud, YouTube, Bandcamp, and other blogs to find our newest favorite song or artist. Some of us are even music makers ourselves.

The internet also allows us to share our discoveries with others. But as blogging has become more popular, it’s become harder to find those genuine voices that can help us sift through all the noise and actually lead us to something new and worthwhile.

That’s what we’re going to do here: find artists that excite us and write about them in a way that reflects how their music makes you feel.

My name is Adrianne Lenker and I’m a musician and songwriter from Minneapolis. I’ve been writing songs for a bit over ten years now, mostly as the vocalist and guitarist for my band Big Thief (who are currently touring but will be returning to Brooklyn in May). I’m also a writer who likes looking at words, shapes, colors, textures, trees. In my spare time I like to make collages (mostly from old magazines) and take photos of my little brother who’s currently in high school.

What you’ll find here are posts about other musicians — some new and some not so

In the early 1970s, a handful of African American DJs in New York City were spinning records at private block parties. They had no idea that their hobby would inspire generations of fans.

The DJ booth has been a staple at clubs and events ever since. But with the rise of technology, it’s rare to find an actual record player in the 21st century DJ booth.

Instead of vinyl, many DJs now use CDJs (compact disc players) or laptops with DJ software installed. Some have even taken to using entirely digital methods on iPads or iPhones.

While these technological advances have made DJing more accessible, they’ve also made it harder to find a unique sound in the scene. Almost anyone can download a program and play their favorite songs, but few can use technology to create something new and exciting.

I am a DJ, music producer and composer. I began DJing in 2013 after the end of my first year at university while living in a city with a very active night scene. I played in clubs and bars, mostly house music, then I moved to be closer to family and started playing in small venues around the area.

I like to consider myself a DJ first and foremost but I do dabble in music production as well. I’ve been doing this for years now and have learned quite a bit about what it takes to be successful. My goal is not only to make great music but also create an environment that people can enjoy themselves in.

I have been learning from other DJs since day one; it’s important to keep an open mind when it comes to learning new things because there are always new methods out there that you haven’t tried yet.

EDM, or electronic dance music, is a broad range of percussive electronic music genres made largely for nightclubs, raves and festivals. It is generally produced for playback by disc jockeys who create seamless selections of tracks, called a mix by segueing from one recording to another. EDM producers also perform their music live in a concert or festival setting in what is sometimes called a live PA. In Europe, EDM is more commonly called ‘dance music’, or simply ‘dance’.

In the United States, EDM has come to be dominated by large music festivals such as Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC), Ultra Music Festival, TomorrowWorld and Electric Forest Festival. These three-day weekends draw tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands of attendees each year, with some traveling from other countries to attend. Most importantly, these festivals have provided an economic boost for the local area. In 2012 alone the estimated economic impact for Miami’s Ultra Music Festival was over $79 million.

The ubiquity of electronic dance music in today’s youth culture has been attributed to the rise of the Internet and its ability to empower the average person to produce beats without any formal training or access to professional studios.

Live electronic music acts such as Daft Punk

He was the first and only person in his family to finish high school, and he has a younger brother who is currently incarcerated. He grew up in low-income housing projects in Brooklyn, where he got into hip-hop as a kid.

On October 6, 2006, at 3:00 am, DJ Timbuck2 was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer of the colon. This came as a shock to all of those who knew him because he had just turned 30 years old and was in excellent physical shape. He had no warning signs or any symptoms prior to being diagnosed.

Timbuck2 underwent surgery to remove the large tumor from his colon at the University of Illinois Medical Center (UIC) on October 9, 2006. The cancer had spread throughout his liver and into his lymph nodes. He was immediately started on chemotherapy treatment which continued until January 2008. His last chemo treatment was also his first day working at what would become one of Chicago’s most popular radio stations: B96 FM (WBBM-FM).

Timbuck2 went through many ups and downs throughout his battle with cancer but he never lost faith in God, nor did he allow the sickness to define him. He maintained an extremely positive attitude throughout all the adversity that came with being ill

Electronic music is the product of electronic devices, such as synthesizers and samplers.

Electronic music production has increased in the past years. Now, more than ever, people are able to make music with just a computer, speakers and headphones.

This increase in production has led to an increase in DJing, which is a form of electronic music performance. DJs play recorded music for audiences. DJs work in different settings, including nightclubs, festivals and bars.

The DJ world was once dominated by men, but there has been a recent increase in female DJs. Women have been entering the DJ world because they want to explore their musical abilities.

For some women, it is not easy to break into the male-dominated DJ scene. They may face sexism from other artists or audiences. Some women work around their situation by creating all-female DJ groups or blogs to highlight female DJs’ talents.


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