Tag: music

Heavy Metal Female Leads of the 2010s

Heavy metal rock music developed in the late 60s/early 70s and continues to live on through the 2010s. Within rock music, women seem to be severely underrepresented and underrated. The following women deserve to be recognized for how well they shine, and truly deserve a standing ovation. The 2010s was a great decade for female

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Best EDM of the 2010s

The 2010s was a decade of EDM (electronic dance music) explosion! It was the period when EDM became much more mainstream and heavily influential in top 40 pop songs. “Dubstep” first emerged in the late 90s, but remained largely unheard of until post-2010. Many other genres of EDM, including trance, drum & bass, hardcore, house,

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75 Britney Spears Songs, Ranked

The legendary Miss Britney Spears is arguably The Top Dominatrix Goddess of pop music! She saved a dying genre and changed the music industry forever! Queen of controversy and center of conspiracies, Britney has been (and continues to be) battling against not only the media but her own record label making attempts to control and

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Album Review: “Artemis” by Lindsey Stirling

Lindsey Stirling has her own unique sound that blends classical music with present-day dubstep. Her sound is mainly relies on instrumental with a hint of vocals for an added bonus. Recently she dropped a new album titled “Artemis.” It takes you on a wild journey through the deep, dark forest — hunting under the light

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Throwback Thursday ~ Music

Music can have a profound impact on your environment. It can be the soundtrack to your life. Today, we have great control over the type of music we listen to. There’s radio, CDs, iTunes, and many different streaming services. The internet makes it easier to explore all music, including underground and indie that would otherwise

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Into the forest

Down the road, you walked away There was nothing I could do to make you stay Into the forest, blending into the trees Long goneโ€ฆ vanishedโ€ฆ or so it seems I found you in music, found you in books Found you in stories with clever hooks Into the forest, I felt a cold breeze Long

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Throwback Thursday ~ Melanie Safka

One of the best musicians from the late 60s/70s was the underrated Melanie Safka. She performed at the legendary Woodstock 1969 and was the first female artist to have three singles reach the Top 40. Melanie Safka covered some classic artists of her time such as Bob Dylan and The Rolling Stones, putting in her

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Autumn Playlist (SIDE B)

The Autumn Playlist continues with SIDE B. Two years ago I put together a playlist to perfectly describe the season of autumn/fall. It starts with saying goodbye to summer and accepting that autumn is here to bring many changes; after a serotonin-filled summer of warmth and relaxation, the weather is now about to get cooler

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Album Review: “Norman ******* Rockwell” by Lana Del Rey

Imagine the last couple weeks of summer, enjoying one last wild boat ride across the sea, in the beautiful country of the USA. Then you go relax with a drink and an enchanting woman comes in to play tunes on the piano and sing songs with her lovely voice. Yet this is no ordinary woman,

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