Songs in the Style of Animal Crossing

Animal Crossing characters have a very distinct audio in their vocals. There are three languages in Animal Crossing; Animalese, Bebebese, and the ever awkward Silence. These languages make the animal crossing universe distinct from other ‘.

When speaking animalese, their vocals are similar to the sims but it’s sped up and high pitched. You can understand to a certain degree what is being said but it’s faster and higher. When speaking Bebebese, it’s a collection of beeps which is primarily used by villagers in both Wild World and City Folk.

What did you say? Bad Lip Reading

The creator took inspiration from lip reading and the deaf community as he had to learn to read lips. His mother, a musician as well, went deaf in her 40’s requiring her to become an expert lip reader out of necessity much to the amazement of her son. Unfortunately, when he started, BLR was terrible at lip reading, getting misread messages much like his bad lip reading videos.  

Bad lip reading video is a comedic type performance taking the world by storm with over 991,823,564 views since 2011. The first Bad Lip Reading video released spoofing Rebecca Black’s song “Friday”, titled “Gang Fight”.  One of them even had Mark Hamill as a guest star. 

IT Remade Beyond the Movies; Pennywise Cover Songs

It’s been a year since the release of It: Chapter two completing the remake of the It Franchise. Within the It franchise, Pennywise makes a reappearance every 27 years. Granted Switching Styles is bringing you some remakes of our own choice merely a year later.

Animal Crossing Crosses into Music With Island Tunes

Animal Crossing is a Nintendo Game taking the world by storm. Of course, there’s always a musical element to it. Within the game and outside of it, there are several examples of musical inspirations. Within the game play itself, you’re able to create music.

Unpacking Emotions; Personal Feature of Violeta Zamorano-Scott

I love music. But there isn’t much out there for me. See, I’m asexual. So that eliminates most songs. I am fine listening to them, but they don’t really speak to me. Second, I’m really into mental health. That has not been explored in music that much beyond the classic angsty and vague songs. They also tend to talk about the problem, not the solution. At some point I decided I wanted to change that.

Tips for Covering a Song

Wanting to sound like our favourite musicians is usually what draws us to play an instrument in the first place. While I personally, don’t do a lot of covers, there are a few songs that I am drawn to play again and again, and that to me at least, are timeless.

Kicking up Your House Party; Top 10 Upbeat Covers

Do you worry that your house party is too mainstream? Too boring? Needs something new?

Well look no further. Switching Styles is here to bring you new music to add to your playlist. These songs are sure to be a fine addition to your current playlist that will add a new lemony fresh twist to the classics.

Spotify Takes Over

There is a ton of competition right now in the streaming music scene but market-leader
out of Sweden Spotify has really pulled ahead of the pack.

Introduction to Afternoon Delight

Of all of the afternoon delight musicians, they all have their delightful stage names;  Angel Delight (Tenor), Turkish Delight (Lead), Shepherd’s Delight (Baritone),  Sonny Delight (Bass). All together, their voices create beautiful and hilarious harmonies. 

With inspiration (and covers) from artists such as Justin Timberlake, Shaggy, R Kelly, Britney Spears, Color Me Badd, Christina Aguilera, they’ve made quite a name for themselves as a combination of modern and vintage sophistication.

Featuring Quaaludes Beats

Quaalude Beats is a German music producer and creator of amazingly energetic beats. Taking his stage name from a drug within Leonardo DiCaprio “The Wolf of Wallstreet” (2013), he continues to provide the same trippy effects.