Everyone wants to make music, but nobody wants to learn their notes. Everyone wants six-pack abs and to be in super shape, yet no one wants to work out for three hours at the gym daily. Everyone wants to play basketball, but no one wants to spend their summers in basketball camp while all of their friends are partying. My point? People want and feel that they can do every single thing better than others, but have zero foundation, or any real knowledge of what to do to get there.
Sure, it’s super easy to critique something that exists when you see it because you have no idea what it took to get it there, so yes, of course you think you can make it better. The fact of the matter remains that you cannot. You can’t tell someone what is wrong with their music if you don’t know notes, progressions, the theory of voice leading, how balance in mixing works and why. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg amongst various other factors that exist in order to do so, as well.
Instead, we give you the best of the best because you rely on us to do so. I mean, who has time to sift through thousands of submissions a day and find something that will resonate with the masses? And even then, nine times out of ten, we’re looking for stuff that’s going to resonate with the tastemakers and not the masses. You know, the guys and gals who affect the opinions of the stars and bloggers you follow. That’s right because even the influencers to you have influencers to them, and somewhere in that totem pole of music, near the very top, is where we sit.
So here we are again today, supplying you guys with the daily dosage of sonic antioxidants and steroids for your workouts, pre-game festivities, or simple pre happy hour jolt in form of a Bishiclet Remix to Tesla55’s “It’s You“. It’s quite the afternoon rush to get you psyched for the last few hours of your nine to fives, if anyone still even has any of those, and it’s a delicious little electro dance/deep house soundbite otherwise if anyone is cutting school, work, or even life and hooky jamming it up on this beautiful American afternoon.
Life is too short for all that work noise anyway.