Niq Reefman – “A Selection of Musical Tales”

Witch Doctor is the opening effort on Niq Reefman’s new album, A Selection of Musical Tales. The track links together alternative rock, reggae, and funk in a unique fashion. There is a powerful set of vocals that sit at the top of the track, while the inclusion of horns adds further variation to an already deep effort. Continue reading “Niq Reefman – “A Selection of Musical Tales””

WithLoveXavier – OFFICIAL

WithLoveXavier’s OFFICIAL is a track that builds itself on a rich musical tradition that can be traced back to musicians like Chris Brown, The Weeknd, and Trey Songz. The clean production and Spartan sound to the track’s instrumentation allows ample room for WithLoveXavier’s vocals to soar over the track. Continue reading “WithLoveXavier – OFFICIAL”

Tito Montana – Must Be Crazy FT. Dave East

Tito Montana’s Must Be Crazy has a compelling backing beat and samples from a Dick Gregory comedy special. The rap flow laid down by Tito Montana and Dave East sits in start opposition to the vocal clips and instrumentation; this is a street-ready sound that hangs well with classic NYC rap. There is a lot of layers that listeners will be able to unpack over the space of a few listens. With an animated video coupled alongside the sick flows, Must Be Crazy is a track that will impact listeners (rather than being digested passively).

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3 Bridesmaid Dress Shopping Tips to Live By

Once the bride has picked her dress, she’s incredibly excited about her day in the spotlight.

 

Unfortunately, dress shopping is far from over at this point. Even though you may have spent days, weeks, months or even years of your life picking the perfect bridal gown, you have to do it all over again with your bridesmaids! Before you turn your attentions to picking the perfect Ocean City, Maryland rentals for your honeymoon, you need to complete your vision of a perfect wedding by finding complementary dresses for your wedding party.

 

But don’t freak out just yet. This experience will be a lot less stressful than it was when picking your wedding dress.

 

It’s not going to be a complete walk in the park. But if you use the three tips that we are going to share with you today, you’ll find it much easier to choose bridesmaids dresses than you ever imagined possible.

 

Tip #1: Use Your Wedding Dress as a Guide

Before you even begin shopping for bridesmaid dresses, you have to take a close look at your wedding dress.

 

You have to pay attention to the style of your gown, the style of your wedding in general, and take all of this into account when choosing dresses for your bridesmaids. If you need a concentration boost to stay focused during this process, Corpina can help you.

 

What style is your wedding dress?

 

Did you choose to a vintage dress? Or maybe you went with a modern style? How about a classic wedding dress? Is that what you chose?

 

Obviously, when you and your bridesmaids pick their dresses, they have to fit in with the overall theme and vibe of your dress and wedding. Otherwise they’re going to look completely out of place and you’d obviously rather avoid that, right?

 

Let’s say the bride is wearing a lace Bohemian dress that flows. It wouldn’t make sense to have your bridesmaids wearing formal taffeta dresses, would it?

 

No, it certainly would not.

 

Tip #2: Choosing the Right Color Is Everything

Choosing the right color could be difficult.

 

Remember, your bridesmaids might have a wide range of skin tones.

 

Some of them could have fair skin. Others could have darker skin tones. And yet some of your bridesmaids may have olive skin tones.

 

With that in mind, you need to choose a dress color that will be able to flatter each and every one of them. So that’s definitely an important factor to consider.

 

Not only is skin tone an obstacle, choosing the right color dresses based on hair color is also important to keep in mind.

 

As an example, if you have a redhead as one of your bridesmaids, certain colors could definitely clash with her rose-colored locks.

 

Your best bet is to stick with a two color palette. This will make it a lot easier to please everyone without driving you and everyone else crazy in the process.

 

According to Azazie.com, “We believe that everyone should own custom-made pieces that are of the highest quality and tailored for a perfect fit – all the while being affordable.”

 

Tip #3: Keep Time of Day and Season in Mind

John Hickman – Hello Hello

I love the style that John Hickman creates during his latest single, Hello Hello. This is a song that could easily be the theme for any late seventies or early eighties television show. John’s honest vocals play on top of a surprisingly complex instrumentation. The dynamic that the bass and piano create will stand up to repeat plays, while there is an incredibly layered sound that requires listeners many listens to hear all that has been placed within. John Hickman’s Hello Hello is one of those retro-sounding tracks that we will be playing for the next year at NeuFutur headquarters.

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Adam Mishan “Boomerang”

Adam Mishan’s “Boomerang” is an engrossing pop track that has a solid rock backdrop. There are hints of Say Anything, The Starting Line and Yellowcard all present here. The catchy harmony of the chorus will have fans singing along well after Boomerang has ceased to play; this single is taut as a drum. The production is particularly impressive, allowing for multiple layers to exist in the same space in a harmonious fashion. Adam Mishan has came out strong with this debut video, and I have a feeling that there will be more to come in the next few years.

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My Silent Bravery – Face to Face (Acoustic)

My Silent Bravery’ acoustic take of Face to Face is tremendously emotive and touching for anyone that has been through a rough patch with their significant other. Matthew Wade’s
vocals rise and fall as the rich instrumentation continually shifts and changes, making for a track that is livelier that a great many acoustic-based compositions. My Silent Bravery is able to add another weapon to their arsenal; anyone that is an MSB fan or of emotive rock generally should check out the acoustic take of Face to Face (below the jump). Continue reading “My Silent Bravery – Face to Face (Acoustic)”