Friday, October 5, 2012

A quick music note....


mariah carey wastes her voice on R&B crap when she clearly doesn't fit that style in her vibe or her voice... it's like Charlotte Church wasting her operatic voice that would be perfect for trance on crappy folk-pop trash. "Brave new world" from Jurgen featuring her is amazing and she should have gone down that path and she would be right up there with Emma Hewitt or Kirsty Hawkshaw and been more famous and would have had excellent industry staying power.... folk-pop has the lowest staying power since you need to tie yourself up in imagery, lyrics, and lots of fan demands and stuff like that.... and be able to have a complete rebirth on every album as well as have commercial overhaul, expense, and heavy marketing... fans will hate you for re-using any of it so it has to be fresh, and be more quirky and more deep then the last album...

true EDM artists (not shit like gaga, skirllex,etc) don't need that to be successful. Hell some of them have no imagery.... no flashy covers, no flashy music videos, no quirky and storytelling lyrics, no fluff, just awesome music and an amazing journey you take yourself on... you choose your adventure with listening to EDM and you make the song your own... it's music for creators, not consumers... that's the reason some simple minded people can't latch on to it and hate on it becuase they need to be fed imagery , they need to be spoonfed a thought they need to relate to an artist on a personal level.... instead of creating thier own worlds and realities... this is why people that listen to EDM often can get themselves through some tough situations... they bring that power to themselves they create it from within.... and it's amazing....

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