The goal has always been to write relatable songs, with stories that are easily recognizable the the listener, mix the genres and add catchy melodies and strong hooklines. With two guitarists in the trio, you would think that the music was full of guitar solos, nice riffs and long poodle hair, but actually the trio has always looked for other elements to add first and base their sound on, and as one the last things in the process - add guitar - if needed. This is an approach that you can easily hear in many of their songs. The song was a melancholic ballad with piano, odd elements and a gospel choir. A song that had roots in EDM and pop, and actually had guitar all the way through. Later an acoustic version was released, and together they have about 1. Everything without having a booking label contract. It's where you really go from rookie to an somewhat experienced person, thinking you know what you want, or still have absolutely no idea about it, hehe.
In the Nordics, streaming is as every-day-a-practice as brushing your teeth. But as an artist, a manager or a label, one of the biggest questions facing us all in the digital era is this: how do I make my music stand out? As an industry, we often discuss the subject of the overwhelming amount of content found on streaming platforms, and which methods are most effective when it comes to making your repertoire visible. Spotify, for example, prides itself on an algorithm which is advanced in detail to the point that it can basically read your musical mind. They combine this technology with a human touch to create a vast array of playlists to suit every mood and taste you could imagine. Deezer has a similar approach, with active editors in many of its territories working to create a huge catalogue of mood-based, genre-based, era-based and artist-based playlists. They all have one thing in common though, which is that playlists have become the heart of streaming services, as one of the most efficient ways for the platforms to communicate priority releases with their audiences.
She will probably feel persecuted and attacked if you try. I want to serve a mission in my old age with my husband. I learned that going out and having fun with friends every single weekend was not going to be part of our lifestyle together due to time restrictions, tiredness, etc.
I'm firmly in the RUN camp. In the Garden of Eden, Eve may have introduced sin into the world, but ultimately her actions worked out for good because it allowed all of us to be born and tested in this telestial state. A lot of Mormons escape that pitfall and can put people first.