Ishkur's Guide to Electronic Music Ishkur's Guide to Electronic Music (often referred to as just Ishkur's Guide) is an online Flash-driven guide to electronic music created by Kenneth John Taylor of British Columbia. The guide is currently hosted by the Digitally Imported Internet radio site. Description History 100 Ways to Discover and Enjoy Music UPDATE 12/10/13: We’ve released a follow-up to this post with 100 More Ways to Discover and Enjoy Music. Prepare yourself for another dose of Monday roundup madness! It’s time for another crazily comprehensive, yet carefully curated, look at an entire industry–the music industry to be specific. This if the first in a two-part series on the music industry which will conclude next week.
List of electronic music genres This is a list of electronic music genres, consisting of genres of electronic music, primarily created with electronic musical instruments or electronic music technology. A distinction has been made between sound produced using electromechanical means and that produced using electronic technology. Examples of electromechanical sound producing devices include the telharmonium, Hammond organ, and the electric guitar. Purely electronic sound production can be achieved using devices such as the Theremin, sound synthesizer, and computer. Genres See also Notes
50 Best Cheap Date Ideas - Handmade Wedding Posted July 20, 2012 | 110 Comments The weekend is right around the corner and we thought it was a great opportunity to share this fun weekend-ready post. For some couples, once they get engaged the ‘dates’ go right out the window, traded in for constant wedding planning. We say… bring on the date nights! How Long Was Bill Murray Stuck in 'Groundhog Day'? The Answer May Surprise You Sometimes obsession can be a good thing (scientific breakthroughs, for one), sometimes it can be a creepy thing (don't stalk me, bro), but when it comes to film, obsession is almost always a fascinating thing. After all, some movies are just too dang vague, so it takes a focused film geek to fill in the gaps. For example, how many days does Bill Murray's character spend trapped in a time loop in 'Groundhog Day'? The film never gives us a final tally.
Playlist - The Perfect House Party Playlist: Pre-Drunk Rock To Hip Hop The name pretty much says it all. If you have a house party, this is perfect. You start the list around 9-10ish before people get any spirits in them and the party is bustling. The Music transitions from rock and music you can talk behind quickly to more energetic classic and modern rock. After that, it transitions to dance music with a few good drunk singalongs thrown in. At the very end when peo... [+]
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The 55 Funniest Signs From the Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear from FOD Team We know that we're a little late to the game and that plenty of other websites have already posted best signs of the rally. But this is the internet, and since we are a website on that internet, we are required to post this. So without further ado… Classical Composers Timelines These timelines show the lifetimes of 'classical' music composers who are moderately well-known, as defined loosely by whether I have heard of them. They are not intended to be exhaustive. Below is a list of approximate periods in 'classical' music (from the rec.music.classical FAQ): General Composers
The Top 100 Seventies Singles presents ere's the inside story -- along with links to midis, lyrics and videos -- on the Top 100 singles of the Seventies. Songs we listened to on AM radios at home... in cars... at the beach. From unforgettable masterpieces by major superstars (Marvin Gaye's "Let's Get It On") to definitive singles by forgotten greats (Jim Croce's "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown") to fun, quirky novelties by one-hit wonders (Terry Jacks' "Seasons In The Sun"), these 100 most popular songs of the Seventies are a fascinating combination of the sublime and the ridiculous.