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Blog URL: http://eqmusicblog.com

EQ Music Blog was launched in 2005 originally as Electroqueer.com: a pop and electronic music blog featuring new and exciting artists written by American born, London living music enthusiast Raj Rudolph. Not satisfied with just the radio-friendly and Top 40 playlists, EQ’s mission of discovering relevant and inspiring new talent quickly caught on and since then has emerged as a noted and respected online music tastemaker.

EQ Music Blog has captured a devoted worldwide audience with well over half a million unique visitors in 2012 and has featured hundreds of music interviews with some of pop’s finest including Lady Gaga, Adam Lambert, Hurts, Erasure, Robyn, Scissor Sisters, Imogen Heap, Róisín Muphy, Sam Sparro, Martin Solveig and BT. [Read more]

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Blog URL: http://www.themusicninja.com/

The Music Ninja is a multi-genre music discovery site based out of the deep, dark and melodic shadows of the internet. With one simple goal, to only feature the best music we come across, we have swiftly infiltrated the ears and minds of Ke$ha fans and permanently set them on the path to better, more fulfilling music. Discovering music has evolved. Radio committed suicide for repeating the same hits over and over, print magazines are at the brink of extinction and the tubes of the internet are getting clogged with so much bad music, it is nearly impossible to filter through it all. Fortunately, we have been trained in the secret arts of auto-tune detection and mediocre bass lines to bring you digestible daily updates of genuine up and coming artists across all genres whose music truly deserves to be shared. And along the way a couple of fun remixes and mash ups.. lets not take ourselves too seriously now! [Read more]

Music is a very important part of one’s life. People listen to music while doing something very ordinary like washing the dishes or cleaning the house, and also in special occasions like weddings and birthday parties. Movies or TV shows will not be the same without music.

There are many benefits that one can get from instrumentals. One of them is that it is very relaxing to listen to pure music, without lyrics or a singer’s voice. Listening to the sound of guitar, violin, piano, flute and other very relaxing musical instruments is incredibly enjoyable, practitioners have found out that it may also possess a tremendously positive effect near to the mind, whole body and spirit.

Have you experienced a very long day at work and you felt very tired and stressed out? And when you turned on the radio you could hear the soothing sounds of the piano. What did you feel? You probably sat down on a chair and closed your eyes. And the next thing you knew, you fell in a deep sleep, forgetting all your worries. This is what instrumental music can do to you.

In addition, listening to instrumental music also carries an optimistic effect on the mind. Particularly, students who listen to 10 minutes of Mozart before taking SAT had higher scores than students who were not exposed to music. Those who listened to light classical music for 90 minutes while editing the manuscript increased accuracy by 21 percent.” Listening to instrumental music is recommended for all ages, even schoolchildren have claimed that they received, because listening to music stimulates the mind, the ability of abstract reasoning and cognitive development.

Of course, you will desire to listen to numerous sorts of instrumental songs depending upon what whether or not you desire to market physical, mental or psychological health. For instance, to stimulate the thoughts you would choose a composition that fees you up–music that is moderately quickly with considerable frequencies. An illustration will be Mozart’s violin concertos. To elevate your mood, you can listen to a piece of music of the blues guitar instrumental that has access to our emotions and stimulate your imagination, you can touch your subconscious, stimulating the body to upbeat instrumental music to stimulate the creation, right brain. A perfect example of this work would be the jazz saxophonist John Coltrane.

Listening to instrumental music can do a lot of wonders. You will be surprised at how music can influence or change your life. So go ahead and experience the magic of listening to pure instrumental music.

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Music is something that every person has his or her own specific opinion about. Different people have different taste, and various types of music have many ways of leaving an impact on someone. It can be relaxing, angering, soothing, energizing, and many more.

There are so many types of music out there today. Rap, pop, rock, country, indie, alternative, hardcore are some of the abundant types in the world. Music sends out either good or bad messages that have big impacts on how people act. People usually become friends with others who have a same taste in music as the rest of the people they hangout with, or it can be vice versa. People may not want to associate with people who have different tastes in music because they’ll argue about what they think is better but its just their own opinions.

Rap and Rock music are two very important types of music in the world. They both send out different messages and help kids. The lyrics sung or rapped by the artists can be things going on in their own personal lives, and people with the same types of problems can listen to them so they know theirs hope and theirs people like this out there in the world. Music can also serve as a catalyst for new ideas. When people listen to the new things out there, they learn different things going on in the world and they become more open-minded because they’re exposed to different people like the artists.

A lot of people come to the conclusion that rap music has a very big impact on the world. Listening to the lyrics, they usually revolve around sex and drugs and those are topics many parents don’t want their kids being involved in. Many of the music videos made by rap artists in the world show these topics in them. Studies show that people who are more into rap music do drugs one time in their lives.

People can use music to express themselves, in ways it can’t be expressed through behavior, or art. You can usually tell how someone’s feeling by the type of music he or she is listening to at the time. It’s a tool used by many. Groups of people around the world can come together and gather at concerts, shows, and venues to show what their interests and likings are and you see how many people have similar likings as you.

I can personally relate to the effects that music has on its listeners and users because it’s a big part of my life. Every day I listen to the words and sounds of different singers/bands with contrasting ideas and opinions. The music I listen makes me who I am.

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URL: http://livemusicblog.com

Live Music Blog.com is a website featuring a blog, podcasts, and music news all obsessively dedicated to the best in live music these days. We cover bands that know how to play live, which means you’ll see some jamband, indie rock, electronica, freak-folk, post-jam, afrobeat, post-rock, math-rock, and anything that’s likely to be a bit experimental. We tend to like the stuff that falls outside of the mainstream, with no clear definition of what that really means anymore. The site was founded on July 4, 2004 and has since welcomed over two million visitors worldwide. It was started by me, Justin Ward, but it quickly grew to much more than just one person contributing his passion for live music. We soon welcomed contributors, guest editors, and really an “anything goes” mentality for what kind of content we’ll put on the site. Hope that’s cool with you. [Read more]

music, art, collection

URL: http://therecommender.net

The Recommender is an established UK-based music blog that’s been going since March 2008. We focus on locating emerging music from around the world and bring our selections to your desktop.

The ethos of our blog is simple – To be an essential part of your music discovery. We provide extensive, enjoyable, quality writing, about truly exceptional new music. Our job is to wave cutting-edge music under your nose and to provide our opinions, mp3s, photos, videos and links to help our readers decide if they love it too.

We also run a showcase party in our local city of Brighton every year, at the annual Great Escape Festival, promoting the new music that we critique. Additionally, we are the Community Manager for Music Robot, a new site that charts music on UK blogs. [Read more]

Art, Music, Rock

Blog URL: http://www.rockchoice.com/

RockChoice.com is about my passion for music, 40 years plus of incredible Hard Rock and Heavy Metal music. With the ever changing landscape of this powerful genre due to established legendary bands putting out new material and newer groups offering their take on the greatest music ever, I couldn’t be happier to be a fan. “Cause Rock and Roll is my religion and my law”

I didn’t choose rock music, it chose me, it’s in my blood and I am hooked. If I can turn one person on to something or someone they have never heard before, be it a legendary or obscure band from the past or a new band just putting out their debut record that really turns them on and makes them want to TURN IT UP, it will all be worth it.

On Rockchoice.com you won’t find any vomit vocal death metal, hip hop rap rock or the commercial radio wanna be rock music being crammed down our throats. Just high energy, hard hitting kick ass Hard Rock and Heavy Metal. Music that has been the sound track to our lives.

I hope you find something on this site that interests you and makes you want to TURN IT UP! Maybe you will dig our podcast’s that include Choice Trax (choice cuts from bands spanning 40 years plus) or interviews with the musicians that created this awesome music on The Rock Philes, or maybe our concert and album reviews, articles and updates about the world of Hard Rock and Heavy Metal. [Read more]

Blog URL: http://www.livemusicblog.com/

Live Music Blog.com is a website featuring a blog, podcasts, and music news all obsessively dedicated to the best in live music these days. We cover bands that know how to play live, which means you’ll see some jamband, indie rock, electronica, freak-folk, post-jam, afrobeat, post-rock, math-rock, and anything that’s likely to be a bit experimental. We tend to like the stuff that falls outside of the mainstream, with no clear definition of what that really means anymore.

The site was founded on July 4, 2004 and has since welcomed over two million visitors worldwide. It was started by me, Justin Ward, but it quickly grew to much more than just one person contributing his passion for live music. We soon welcomed contributors, guest editors, and really an “anything goes” mentality for what kind of content we’ll put on the site. Hope that’s cool with you. [Read more]

Country music’s popularity began in 1930s. This music started in rural south of United States and spread quickly to the West, North and East. Today, the genre still places the top position in the heart of musicians and music lovers. In 2000s, young singers even enliven this music genre such as Carrie Underwood and Taylor Swift. There are two primary types of country music: traditional country and pop country. The first type includes blue grass music, hillbilly, western and country. The second type  is the combination between pop and rock that meets traditional country style.

Traditional Country

Traditional country is characterized by its simplicity. Originally, the music came from Appalachian Mountains where the people played musical instruments like guitars, banjos and fiddles. In 1960s, Johnny Cash, George Jones and Willie Nelson arose as the greatest traditional country singers. At the beginning of 2000, Alan Jackson appeared as the most popular traditional country singer. He gained popularity by achieving three Academy of Country Music awards in 2002.

Traditional country music itself is still divided into two types:

1. Country and western: This music type arose when western themes were mostly used by country musicians from Oklahoma and Texas. The popular western themes were horses and cattle, cowboys or life on the range. Two stars came as the most popular singers namely Roy Rogers and Gene Autry. This music gained more popularity in the 1940s and record industry used the words “country and western” to represent both genres.

2. Bluegrass: This genre presents acoustic music characterized by certain instruments such as acoustic guitar, bass fiddle, banjo and mandolin. To start writing bluegrass music, it would be great to immerse yourself in this genre. You can learn from anthology CD sets from Stanley Brothers or Bill Monroe. You should also learn the songs of current artists like Allison Kraus, Ralph Stanley or Nickel Creek.

Pop Country

This music type is quite different from the traditional one. Traditional country is characterized by its simple songs using three chords and present real-world issues. In the mean time, pop country usually has more chords than the traditional one. It uses 2, 6 and 3 chords more frequently and even the diminished or half-diminished chords. If you write pop country songs, try to avoid using negative themes since such songs will find difficulties in finding its home. To make the songs more interesting, stylistic elements have been added. Rock electric guitars, strings, drum loops and synthesizers are some catchy elements you can find on pop country songs these days. Some elements from traditional country are also added such as pedal steel and fiddle. Banjo and dobro are two instruments you can also find in this music.