Archive for July, 2012

Who’s That Voice?

Sunday, July 29th, 2012
By Robert Nickel Most professional voice actors are only really famous to animation fans; for others, they seem disembodied, totally tied to the animated character they've brought to life. While there has been an influx of famous celebrities being cast in animated films (some suspect it's purely for their marquee draw), the game of 'who's that voice' Read The Post [...]

The Nightlife In Cancun Part 4

Sunday, July 29th, 2012
By Robert Nickel For hardcore clubbers, the main ingredients of a good nightclub include a talented DJ paired up with a charismatic MC. Moreover, the skills of the DJ and MC can make or break the reputation of a venue. In most settings, the DJ selects the best and latest tracks, has a comedic rapport with the MC, and succeeds in getting the crowd Read The Post [...]

Getting Into Cancun Nightclubs

Sunday, July 29th, 2012
By Robert Nickel Getting into the nightclubs of Cancun isn't necessarily hard, it just takes a while and can be expensive - unless of course you follow the bits of advice we have here! We can tell you how to choose the best nightclub in Cancun, how to prepare for your night out, ways of avoiding long line-ups and how to pay less to get into those Read The Post [...]

Peter Tosh – The Stepping Razor

Friday, July 27th, 2012
By Robert Nickel Peter Tosh may not be as well known as Bob Marley, but he was no less influential in the world of reggae music. This one time contemporary of Bob Marley went on to record an impressive catalog of music and also to spread his message of peace and understanding to the world through messages of empowerment. To this day he is a revered Read The Post [...]

Green Glue, Soundproofing & Band Practice

Friday, July 27th, 2012
By Tina Gleisner What happens when a homeowner wants to hold band practices at their house? Sound and vibration travel through points where materials come in contact with each other - the ceiling, walls, and floors. There are a variety of ways that rooms are soundproofed depending on the level of quiet you want to achieve (and budget). Some of Read The Post [...]

How To Win On The Country Music Top 10 Charts

Thursday, July 26th, 2012
It can be quite a scary thought for a new comer to the country music industry, going from the ranks of "Unknown" to breaking into the country muisc top 10 charts. This journey can take quite a time (years in many cases), or it can happen relatively quickly if the right channels and "LUCK" is on their side. But for a great many, it's the elation of Read The Post [...]

Level Up Your Listening Encounter By High-Quality Headphones

Thursday, July 26th, 2012
Positive beats in the morning to help you get going. Sound materials as you go to your workplace. Your beloved podcast in the day. A couple of online playing venture to enjoy, and mellow tracks while you get to sleep. You might be this attached to your sound gadgets, or you could connect for an occasional sound trip, but yet for each listener, regardless Read The Post [...]

Reggae Legends – Toots And The Maytals

Thursday, July 26th, 2012
By Robert Nickel So, which band has the most number one hits in Jamaica. Is it Bob Marley? No. How about Peter Tosh? Not even close. The kings of the Jamaican music scene are reggae legends, Toots and the Maytals. Though never receiving the same popularity as Bob or Peter, Toots and the Maytals hold the record for number one songs in Jamaica, with Read The Post [...]

All You Need Know About Classical Music

Monday, July 23rd, 2012
A lot of people have heard a little classical music but are not aware of how classical music originated or what actually defines classical music. For those who want to know, classical music is the form of art music that has its origins in the tradition of western secular and liturgical music that began in the 11th century approximately and continues Read The Post [...]

Lenny Kravitz And The Bahamas

Friday, July 20th, 2012
By Robert Nickel When Lenny Kravitz first arrived on the music scene, many were unsure what to make of him. He sounded like the Beatles and looked like a reggae version of Jimi Hendrix mixed with Prince. His sound was what can best be described as ?retro?, yet it was immediately engaging. Nothing else in music looked or sounded like him at that time. Read The Post [...]