Music Bullet: Make Your New Device a Portable Sound System

Everyone loves today’s new music device technology – iPod, iPad, MP3, Tablets, Cell Phones and whatever else is around the corner – but the speakers on these devices leave a lot to be desired. Most of them have little, if no, bass capability. The new Music Bullet from As Seen on TV hit the market to change that. This small & sleek “bullet” gives your devices a totally portable sound system with quality “concert” sound.

The Music Bullet is very small at only a few inches high, but it gives a sound quality that brings your music to life. And if you like to hear a little bass, then this speaker is made just for you. In fact, you can expand or decrease the height to adjust the level of bass you want.

And if you’re like me & use your cell phone in the office a lot for business calls, it works great as a speakerphone, giving your calls crystal-clear quality. Information systems Just connect the Music Bullet to your device(s) using the USB connection with a retractable 20-inch cord. You can even increase the sound and clarity of your net book or laptop computer (which we all know the sound quality of these devices is terrible). When you’re done, the retractable 20-inch cord will store neatly inside the bottom of the Music Bullet’s casing.

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Audacity – An Audio Editor for All Times

When it comes to music life, there is much advancement that has come up and almost anybody can open up a recording studio as long as he or she is knowledgeable of the media. There are many software developments that have made it possible for a person to make a personal computer into his own recording studio. Now there is audacity a program by open source that makes it possible for you to edit, cut and insert clips on a piece of song. This program, as powerful as it is, is given out for free and one can grab one by visiting the audacity website.

Advantages.

There are many advantages in using audacity in your music development. The first one which is pretty clear and outspoken is it being provided for free hence you do not have to use any money to purchase the software. Since it is from an open source cloud, it is ever being implemented and new adjustments made to make it better. Like they say two are better than one, this program is under development by many people in the world who have come together to strengthen this saying. Since there are many operating software’s in the market, the developers if audacity has seen to it that you make a point of making it compatible to almost all operating systems in the computing environment.

Create and Edit.

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Job Description: Represents musical acts and guides all aspects of an artist’s profession. Since the examine was released, Assist Musicians UK’s well being and welfare division has seen a 22 percent enhance in requests for psychological health help instantly from musicians. Musicians with … Read More

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NEW: REZZ, Shöckface, Saka, KOAN Sound - Your EDM | Week In Music

NEW: REZZ, Shöckface, Saka, KOAN Sound – Your EDM | Week In Music

It’s the beginning of a new month and with the changing of the months it looks like the EDM gods have decided to bless us with a plethora of new bangers for our listening pleasure. Everything from new REZZ with Malaa to new Martin Garrix, new Quix to new Herobust, we have compiled the weeks best music 50+ songs all in one playlist. Stream the week’s best new electronic dance music in the latest edition of Your EDM’s | Week in Music on Spotify below.


Release Spotlight

REZZ surprises fans with a somewhat unexpected yet surprising collaboration with masked French DJ Malaa. The two deliver us ‘Criminals,’ a perfect blend of REZZ’s dark bass work layered onto Malaa’s signature house sound. The record was released on Tchami’s Confession label.

Shöckface and fellow contemporary So Sus release their alien-tinged collaboration, ‘Tribe’ on Jayceeoh‘s imprint label Super 7 records. The record opens up with a beautiful yet haunting soundscape only to transform into a barrage of alien styled synths as the record prolongs. The record is wonky, experimental and explosive all in one.

Saka debuts his first record ‘Dragons Back’ on taste-maker label Phuture Collective. The solo record is gritty, energetic and filled with flow. An absolute must listen.

QUIX delivers us a new EP on Steve Aoki‘s Dim Mak record label. The EP titled IDK Vol. 1 is filled with 4 classic QUIX sounding trap/bass crossover bangers.

 

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Slow Magic Drops Second Installment Of "Dreams"

Slow Magic Drops Second Installment Of “Dreams”

A little over three months since Slow Magic returned from a year-long hiatus with Dreams, Pt. I, he has dropped the second in the series with two new singles: “I’ll Be There 4 U” and “Slow Wave Sleep.”


Unlike the first part which differentiated between the two tracks with powerful vocal and ambient tones, both singles in this part feel right in line with where Slow Magic is headed. The first song, with Evalyn, is an upbeat, happy song teeming with positivity, like running through a field of wheat in the setting sun. (I don’t know if others identify with that image of happiness, but give it a shot, eh?)

The second, “Slow Wave Sleep,” is the instrumental track on the release. If you were to compare it to “I’ll Be There 4 U,” it would be like this is after you’ve exited the wheat field and find an abandoned warehouse with an ambient rave and lots of really nice people. Not friends, yet, but they soon will be.

Dreams Pt. 2 is out now, listen below, with the full Dreams EP to follow on Tuesday, November 12.

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REPORT: "Baby Shark" Attributes To Korean Family's $125 Million Fortune

REPORT: “Baby Shark” Attributes To Korean Family’s $125 Million Fortune

“Baby Shark” is one of the most viral songs of all time, racking up nearly 4 billion plays on YouTube since 2016 and making the family who posted it millions in the process.


According to a new report from Bloomberg, “Baby Shark,” released by children’s educational brand Pinkfong, has largely attributed to one Korean family’s net worth of approximately $125 million.

Kim Min-seok and the Kim family collectively own own 63% of Samsung Publishing and 21% of SmartStudy. Plus, Kim own a direct 23% stake in the startup which broke “Baby Shark” into the mainstream.

The infectious singalong charted in several countries including the US and the UK, was remixed in epic fashion by Jauz, and infiltrated nearly every part of modern pop culture. It even played out during the World Series and served as an anthem during the Lebanon protests.

To this day, the song about a family of sharks is still impossible to resist. Listen here.

Baby Shark by Pinkfong

Baby Shark (Jauz Remix)

 

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Martin Garrix Drops Incredible Matisse & Sadko Collab at Freaky Deaky [WATCH]

Martin Garrix has yet another larger than life collaboration on the way, this time with Matisse & Sadko.


“Hold On (We’re Almost There)” is a grand Garrix production and a true EDM anthem. When Garrix played it out at Freaky Deaky over the weekend, time seemed to stand still — with everyone’s hands in the air.

Previously, Garrix tested out the track at Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE), but video footage from the stream kept getting taken down. Thanks to someone in the audience at Freaky Deaky, we have a high quality video of the unreleased collab and the kind of magic it radiates.

For many dance music fans, there’s no better collaborative combo than Martin Garrix and Matisse & Sadko. They only amplify that notion here. Just watch.

Martin Garrix x Matisse & Sadko – ID @ Freaky Deaky 2019

Martin Garrix & Matisse and Sadko – ID @ Freaky Deaky 2019 from EDM

 

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Brand New Flux Pavilion ID Live Streamed On Twitch [PREVIEW]

Brand New Flux Pavilion ID Live Streamed On Twitch [PREVIEW]

Flux Pavilion is back and better than ever!


This brand new, unreleased single from the iconic producer recently streamed on Twitch — and now it’s here to play out to your heart’s desire. Well, just a minute’s worth, but that’s enough to catch all the feels.

Unlike much of Flux’s most popular, bass heavy bangers, this new ID lingers in a vulnerable, emotional space. Bright synths, uplifting melodies, and a powerful vocal performance allow the track to take on a life of its own, caught somewhere between reality and fantasy.

Those who have heard it live have been anticipating an official release and this stream hints that day may be coming soon.

Tell me how this feels for you…

Flux Pavilion – New ID

 

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Lil Peep's Legacy Lives On with 'Everybody’s Everything' Album & Documentary

Lil Peep’s Legacy Lives On with ‘Everybody’s Everything’ Album & Documentary

The estate of Lil Peep is releasing his second posthumous album Everybody’s Everything, out later this month.


In addition, the late rapper’s documentary film Everybody’s Everything will hit select theaters on November 12 and release wide on November 15, the day the album drops. The doc and 19-tracks to follow are said to capture Lil Peep’s influential career that ended all too soon — and his legacy that lives on.

The album is described as a “lovingly-curated collection of songs from Lil Peep’s career, including fan favorites that have never been available on all platforms, and songs that have never been released in any form.”

The album will be available on November 15, 2019. Pre-order via lilpeep.com.

See the trailer below and scroll down for the full track listing.

Lil Peep – Everybody’s Everything

Tracklist

01 Liar
02 AQUAFINA (ft. Rich The Kid)
03 RATCHETS (ft. Lil Tracy)
04 Rockstarz (ft. Gab3)
05 LA To London (ft. Gab3)
06 Fangirl (ft. Gab3)
07 Text Me (ft. Era)
08 PRINCESS
09 Moving On
10 Belgium
11 When I Lie
12 I’ve Been Waiting (ft. iLoveMakonnen)
13 Live Forever
14 ghost boy
15 Keep My Coo
16 white tee (ft. Lil Tracy)
17 cobain (ft. Lil Tracy)
18 witchblades (ft. Lil Tracy)
19 walk away as the door slams (acoustic) (ft. Lil Tracy)

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Sam Smith & Disclosure's Guy Lawrence Revamp 1977 Dance Anthem "I Feel Love"

Sam Smith & Disclosure’s Guy Lawrence Revamp 1977 Dance Anthem “I Feel Love”

Donna Summer and Giorgio Moroder changed the dance floor forever with their 1977 hit “I Feel Love.” Now, decades later, Sam Smith and Disclosure‘s Guy Lawrence have totally revamped the single.


The original “I Feel Love” reached No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 and topped the charts in several other countries. More importantly, the high-energy disco vibe left an instant and lasting impact on dance music as we know it.

Moroder once told BBC that “I Feel Love” was “really the start of electronic dance” music. For some it’s that — and for others, the anthem has an even deeper meaning.

Following this new release, Sam Smith said:

As a queer person ‘I feel love’ has followed me to every dance floor in every queer space from the minute I started clubbing. This song to me is an anthem of our community and it was an honour and most importantly so much fun to have a go at it. Highest song I’ve ever fucking sang. But a joy. I hope you all like it xx

Listen below as “I Feel Love” is taken to new places.

Sam Smith – I Feel Love

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Black Caviar Delivers Funky Reimagination Of Charlie's Angels Theme For New Movie

Black Caviar Delivers Funky Reimagination Of Charlie’s Angels Theme For New Movie

The new Charlie’s Angels film starring Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and Ella Balinska releases November 15, but fans will be able to listen to the film’s original motion picture soundtrack two weeks early. The full soundtrack is now available on Spotify, but we want to direct your attention to the final track on the album, an absolutely juicy remix of the film’s theme song by Black Caviar.


It’s hard to find anyone who doesn’t know the theme from the show/films, even if they’ve never seen either of them. The horns, the melody… it’s absolutely iconic. And what Black Caviar has done with it shows they know exactly what it needed.

The melody is kept well intact while it’s given a groovy, funky overtone thanks to synth work and a few extra drums. But boy are those horns as salient as ever! And thank god, too, as they give the remix a huge dose of nostalgia.

Check out Black Caviar’s remix below, and buy/stream the Charlie’s Angels Soundtrack here.

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Grabbitz Digs Up My Chemical Romance Cover From When He Was 12 & It’s So Adorable

With the news of My Chemical Romance and Rage Against The Machine both reuniting in the span of just 24 hours, emotions are running high right now. Between the emo and punk crowds, 2020 is looking strong already. For Grabbitz, it was an opportunity to dig up a real gem from nearly 15 years ago.


Back in 2005, “Helena” from My Chemical Romance was their huge single, and young Grabbitz, aged just 12 years old, recorded a beautiful cover of it.

It’s a wonder that he even still has it, going on 14 years later. But you can already tell that he was destined for his current career. Check out this incredibly adorable and wildly good cover of “Helena” below! Find his current music on Spotify here.

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After 153 Days, This Fan Finally Got To Chug A Bottle Of Water With Rezz

Hydration at shows is of paramount importance, and who knows this better than Nick Ochoa… who’s Nick Ochoa, you might ask? He’s the fan that has chugged a bottle of water every day for 153 days straight for the opportunity to chug a bottle on stage with his favorite artist, Rezz.


Rezz routinely asks her fans to chug water with her on Twitter, so Ochoa took it upon himself to make it a challenge: “Chugging a bottle of water until Rezz notices and agrees to chug a bottle of water with me.”

It didn’t take long, only six days, for Rezz to notice that he’d been chugging.

However, it took another 147 days from then for the two to actually come together and chug a bottle on stage. And while this may seem like a truly innocuous event, for fans of Rezz and those in her Cult, this was the culmination of a months-long affair with a brilliant ending.

See the wholesome moment below, and catch Rezz on her Beyond The Senses tour here.

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Boombox Cartel Throws Down With Epic Dia de los Muertos Mix

We’ve already seen a dozen or more Halloween mixes flood Soundcloud this past week, but few DJs can appropriately lay claim to a Dia de los Muertos mix, one of them being Boombox Cartel.


The duo of Americo Garcia and Jorge Medina have done it once again as they dive headfirst into the fourth iteration of their yearly DDLM mix. Though it obviously shared similarities with any other Halloween mix, it has that certain je ne sais quois that only Boombox can bring to the table.

With a little over 45 tracks, including IDs from Boombox and others, over the course of 55 minutes, this is up there for one of our favorite spooky mixes of the year.

Check out the tracklist here, catch Boombox Cartel on the road, and listen to the mix below!

 

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