Travelling back in time, Swing’it Dixieband brings you to New Orleans 100 years ago. their music tells the stories of the roaring 20’s about jazz, about “bootleggers, speakeasies and illegal parties during the Prohibition and flappers and dappers partying their nights away in the opulence and decadence of the Golden Era!”. Continue reading Featuring Swing’it Dixieband
Merging the centuries within the ’20s, their music blends modern music with a vintage sound. It’s a fantastic way to celebrate the 2020’s with the styles of the 1920s. Traditional jazz music was party music and that’s what they deliver in their songs and their concerts. Their versatility allows them to play for a range of audiences from jazz clubs and speakeasies to weddings to corporate events to festivals. Continue reading Interviewing Swing’it Dixieband
Thaddie parodies, otherwise known as Thadudette is a parody artist that creates music to make people laugh or “make people emit hahas out of their chew holes”. Continue reading Featuring Thadudette – Literally!
As you’ve most likely noticed, Switching Styles portrays musical artistry in all its forms including serious and not so serious content. Today’s article is not so serious. We’re taking the peaceful and serene soundtrack of Stardew valley and showcasing the parody side of it. Continue reading Laughing while Farming; Stardew Valley Parodies
Released in 2019, this is an underappreciated track by Dabbledob as it has 25 views on SoundCloud. “Famine in the Land of Dub” is one of Dabbledob ‘s 17 current songs. With just 16 followers through Sound Cloud, he’s at the start and creating a platform of listeners for his genre-shifting tracks. Continue reading Reviewing “Famine in the Land of Dub” by DabbleDob
In fact, the entire game is all thanks to Barone. The initial release of Stardew Valley was created by a single person. This includes all of the music, graphics, coding, writing, and so on. Barone is the mind and passion behind Stardew Valley, known by his online persona as “ConcernedApe,”. Taking inspiration from the beloved classic Harvest Moon (now called Story of Seasons), he created an entire world of creative and peaceful farming. Continue reading Stardew Valley; Not Just Fun and Games
That’s why I wanted to give Christmas a bit of a different style. Christmas seems to have become a cliché in and of itself so let’s find the most bizarre and anti-cliche Christmas carols we can find. Continue reading Bah Humbug: The Same Old Scrooge
The holidays are a time of joy and family and giving, regardless of the celebrations. nine out of ten Americans celebrate Christmas in 2013. In America, 75% of the population believes in the virgin birth of Jesus. Only half see Christmas as a religious holiday while 1/3 views it as a cultural holiday instead. Continue reading Holidays are Many.
Over the festive month of December, I’ll be providing you guys with a range of covers. It’ll be my duty to provide a little bit for everyone to enjoy!! It’s something to spice up the Christmas playlist just enough to make the repetition of the retail soundtrack to not be so boring. Continue reading Happy Holidays; Covering Silent Night
In fictional, and not so fictional stereotypes, journalists struggle against censorship throughout the world; the blacked-out documents, silent informants, and gag ordered witnesses. Though, it is no longer constricted to paper or words at all but includes much more. The internet has become the dominant form of media and brings new dynamics to both. Censorship is a way to limit the power, choice, and education of the public ideally for the general good of the public. Internet censorship provides a kind of security, morality and objectivity. Though, freedom of expression promotes individualism, creativity, and constructive criticism. Instead of risking the craft, limited internet censorship can actually improve journalism and it’s attempts to bring information to the people. Continue reading Sharing Is Caring; How Internet Censorship in Canada Affects Journalism
Though as many of you know, we’re not here just to talk about Markiplier’s accomplishments as a youtuber but his stardom in remixes. Taking his game plays and turning them into musical masterpieces are the artists below! Continue reading YouTuber Remixes; Markiplier
Despite the magic of Disney, the internet has taken to being mad at Disney with a hit song written by Bendik Møller, and Jason Hahs. Performed by Salem Ilese, this song took the world by storm. Continue reading Celebrating Disney With Realistic Pessimism; Mad at Disney Covers
Starting in September of 2014, KDrummer 16’s YouTube channel has increased to 15,771 views and ever increasing. His love for music started way before YouTube, however. In fact, it started in his 3rd grade music class. Continue reading Interviewing KDrummer 16
STEM stands for Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. This is an academic discipline focusing on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. November 8th is STEM day which brings awareness to the industry that brings revolution to our world. Continue reading STEM Parody Songs
As the coronavirus situation has unfolded in Canada, Canadians see the impacts that it’s had on the music industry. There have been many impacts on Canada’s music industry directly and indirectly related to the COVID-19 pandemic. This impact is specifically seen in live music performances with the guidelines limiting live music being lessened in the past weeks.
Continue reading Covid-19’s Impact on Canada’s Live Music