• Hey everyone, this is Weekly Dance for 7-27-15. Sorry for the delay, I meant to get this up over the weekend but I ran scarce on recording time! Doing a bit of a deep/future/house review, overall in the lower 120-125 bpm range. It seems like it’s the new thing taking off after Big Room House’s era oddly enough; here are some tracks that I like:   Autumn Rowe – If I Don’t Have You Starting off with one of my favorites, […]

  • Hey everyone, ALYXX again. This post I’m not really talking about music itself as much, more about me talking to you guys about where in the heck I find new stuff to post! If you came for music, thank you so much, I just did a post on Saturday about Melbourne Bounce if you want to go check that out. In fact, here’s some more Bounce  But the bulk of this post I want to talk about an issue of […]

  • Welcome to Weekly Dance for the 18th of July! Coming at you with some Melbourne Bounce beats for today, a predominantly Australian produced vibe right now, but something that I’ve started taking a liking to. It melds the atmosphere of Big Room House with a characteristic bass hit-horn drop sort of flow at its core, and it’s been described as taking inspiration from many genres such as psy-trance, electro, dub, and dutch. The genre overall is really fun and engaging to […]

  • Hey everyone, ALYXX here. I realize I sort of jumped off the radar with the blog and music over the summer, apologies about that! Summer hit a little harder than I thought, but I’ve resetup a bit and should be back on a regular publishing schedule until semester starts though (which I’m oddly both stoked for and scared for. Mark your calendars, we only have a month left until you get to hear me on the internet airwaves again!) Here’s a […]

  • Folk has been a surprisingly successful genre in recent years, with pop-oriented artists like Vance Joy and Mumford & Sons finding mainstream success. Still, unadorned folk music remains relatively niche. If the indie music press is looking for a genuinely talented, genuinely folk-y singer-songwriter to love, though, they have found it with Jessica Pratt. Pratt, 27, is a San Francisco native who released her first record in 2012 with the support of White Fence-rocker Tim Presley. In January, she released […]