Bunny X: Spirit of the ‘80s

Bunny X: Spirit of the ‘80s

Abigail Ferguson and Mary Hanley are the originators of the synthwave/italo disco band Bunny X. Their music pays homage to all of the great sounds of the ‘80s. I asked Abigail about the band’s origins, their creative process and talked to them about some of their upcoming musical projects. photo:

Who’s Behind the Music in the Game Industry?

Who’s Behind the Music in the Game Industry?

Music in the gaming industry has gone through a lot of development over the years, from chiptune to proper compositions. The first tunes and sound effects for games were borderline primitive because of the state of technology these days. They were generated by transforming program code into sound: music was

The Relationship Between Music and Drugs

The Relationship Between Music and Drugs

The History Of Simultaneous Development From Jim Morrison to Franz Ferdinand, it was always a lot about being high in the music industry. Whether they were the so-called flower children or the members of a rebellious punk scene, drugs were often associated with their music, lives, and fans. Theoretically, it’s

Weinstein syndrome: Talks About Sexual Abuse

Weinstein syndrome: Talks About Sexual Abuse

Sexism, objectivation, bullying, sexual abuse — it’s not that common to talk or even think about them, but lots of people face them in their everyday life. October of 2017 showed us, how disastrous the situation is in the music industry. Stories that were kept secret for years burst forth

The Future of Retrowave

The Future of Retrowave

Instead of ushering us into the sci-fi predicted future, the new millennium has brought us a great deal of nostalgia. Trying to revive the aesthetics of the 1980s and the 1990s, heavily inspired by films, video games, cartoons of that time, and artists like John Carpenter, Vangelis, and Tangerine Dream,

Hip-hop in 2017: What Happens with the Underground?

Hip-hop in 2017: What Happens with the Underground?

Over the years, global interest in rap music has risen exponentially. Since the very beginning, hip-hop has been a voice for the voiceless, combining political discourse with musical expression. Artists like Kendrick Lamar, A Tribe Called Quest, J. Cole, Jamila Woods, Joey Bada$$, Anderson .Paak and a number of others

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