Finally, the restrictions imposed by the Pandemic are starting to lift and life is getting back to something that at least resembles normal. Of course, for so many of us, this means getting back (albeit slowly and cautiously) to seeing live events and even attending overnight festivals. Although, there are some important things you need to know and consider beforehand.
Where does a love of music come from? Some people think it’s just an innate trait that you’re destined to develop, but there’s one trait that’s very common amongst the best musicians: they were brought up around music. We’re going to look at some of the best-known examples of that around today, looking at the kids who are picking up after their parents, striking out their own way in the music industry.
With the music industry being more fragmented than ever, youth culture has focused on an industry that is arguably more unified, the gaming industry. While 2020 was a year of uncertainty, the 12 months where we saw the coronavirus was also where video gaming became the pop culture phenomenon of all time, even overtaking music. But is this really the case? While only now we’ve seen prominent musicians connecting with their fans on a more personal level via social media, this something that gamers have been doing for a long time on platforms like Twitch. Why is gaming actually the new pop music?
College students are one group of people that suffer from depression. College heads pay little or no attention to the plight of college students and how they can get through depression. A lot of students suffer mild to chronic depression due to several factors. The current Covid-19 pandemic which put a pause to academic activities across the globe is another reason why most college students are in a state of depression.
The evolution of casinos is undeniable. The industry continues to flourish to this day due to its ability to change and adapt to the times. No one would have guessed online betting platforms would be the norm a decade or two ago, yet they are fast becoming the most popular form of wagering entertainment.
Whether it is the samba beats you hear on vacation while you laze by the beach, or the futuristic soundtrack as it captures your journey on a bullet train, there are so many songs about travel that seem to capture a place and a time. In popular music, travel has been one of the themes that the greatest songwriters keep coming back to. And there are songs that evoke a feeling, and sometimes the lyrics can be literally about travel, but sometimes it is something that you feel when you are hundreds of miles up in the air, feeling like you’re going home, or going on an adventure. Here are some of the best songs about travel, in our humble opinion.
The past year has seen many of us pick up new hobbies and activities to help ourselves occupy our time throughout the coronavirus and Covid-19 pandemic. With government restrictions encouraging us to spend more time in our homes and away from people who do not live in the same household, we’ve grown bored and are looking for productive and enjoyable ways to spend our time. By now, chances are you’ve already made it through most of the films and programmes you’ve wanted to watch on streaming services. You may have mastered the art of making bread. You could be sticking to home workouts well, building your health, stamina and strength. But if you’re running out of things to do, why not consider learning how to play an instrument. Now, many associate this skill with children, but it really is never too late to get started. Here are some steps that will help you along the way!
Jedward are always coming up with another way to spoil their fans, and they really come into their own around the holidays. The duo, who made many of our Christmases last year with their personalised cards and videos (we even got one!), are certainly keeping up the pace this upcoming Valentine’s Day.
In what is bound to be an extremely popular move, Jedward tonight have announced that they will be offering Valentine’s Singagrams, from their website. The Singagrams are available in limited quantities for a limited time, and will be €35.00 for 48 hours, before returning to their normal price of €45.00.