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Our editors update these picks regularly. So I think that's where that free-form feeling of that song came from. This song looks like a night out in rainy Glasgow when I was 22. I'm so steadfast with this mentality, and then comes this baby. I had DannyBoy and The ANMLS also put their touch on it. On Country Replay Radio, host Luke Laird helps you rediscover songs you didn't know you missed. It happens every so often and it's the best thing ever. I was trying to put a second verse on it, but every time my hook would end, I would be like, 'Man, I hear Moneybagg Yo on this shit. And it took me to a place. I think this was probably the second one or the first one we recorded. I did this with [songwriters] Brad Ellis and Jez Ashurst, and we wrote it really late at night. 1 hits, and over 18 million album sales, Hillary Scott is an unstoppable force. Only thing I really listen to is if I screwed something up, to see how I screwed it up. So, I dragged a beat that I really wanted to use underneath and that just brought everything to life. You'll find them all in this playlist, updated by our editors each week. If you don't know, then you don't get to have an opinion. This is like stadium euphoria to me but with more realism to it, I guess. I have the fondest memories listening to records with him. Our editors regularly update this playlist. We just go in the booth and get a whole song done in, like, 25 minutes. Now it's not something that even affects me negatively anymore. It was definitely fueled by MeToo. And then we was tryna figure out who to put on it. In the '60s and '70s, Perry produced hits for many ska, rocksteady, and reggae luminaries, including Bob Marley and The Wailers. I remember where we were. If a kid can see it—even just in their mind's eye—they can be it. Along the way, the Nashville five-piece has learned a thing or two about life and gathered many stories. This song literally just tells the story of that trip. Intimate, ruminative, and relaxed, this mix highlights the sound of solo piano in repose: calm, in 88 keys. And then I think we have to evolve. I was immediately drawn in. Then, I sent it again when we were looking for a third track for this EP. In this track, you have the synth noises, which felt like an ode to that side of the album, as well as a guitar feel to it, then this Coldplay-esque moment which married the two together. Working out of his Black Ark studio in Kingston, Perry helped invent dub with remixes that emphasized heavy rhythms and startling psychedelic effects. We regularly refresh this playlist. His shit just sounds like he sat for hours writing it, dope punchlines and dope bars, but he's really coming off the top of his head. I was writing this from a place of hurt. But as much as it's evolved since the late '70s and early '80s, when digital technology was first introduced, dancehall still boils down to the raw sound of a deejay toasting over a hot riddim. Because sometimes a light touch is all you need. It's still my favorite place on earth. It ended up this really beautiful orchestral arrangement. It could go both ways. So there was parts of this process where I felt like this might be the album that never sees the light of day. Although she proudly reps New York City, she was born in Grenada to a huge family and moved to Brooklyn when she was 11, which is where her musical education blossomed. If you like a track, add it to your library. And I could have been more. There was a microphone that picked him up. This was one of the songs that helped me come back around, too. I actually wrote this song on a rare day in LA when it was pissing down and I was just watching the rain and singing, taking myself back to the old days. A self-produced musician since his teens, the one-man band, producer, and DJ has worked on a multitude of solo and collaborative projects with a far-reaching crowd of associates such as Tyler, The Creator, Q-Tip, Mac Miller, Todd Rundgren, Steve Arrington, Snoop Dogg, Nite Jewel, Ariel Pink, and Christine and the Queens. As a solo artist, his albums bubble with hypnotically weird grooves and his inimitable stream-of-consciousness raps. I don't write, I'm not a writer. As a DJ, as a curator, as a programmer, as a host, you're bringing something to the audience; you absorb what people are feeling and what they need to get through the day. But as soon as you are motherly or maternal and somebody does want you as the mother of their child, you're unfuckable. Our editors update selections here regularly, so if you hear something you like, add it to your library. Perry died in August 2021, at the age of 85. I started playing around, bashing chords out like the way they ended up in the song. But it was my favorite track! I was just starting to find the confidence again. Since then, the country-pop duo have documented the highs and lows of their journey as artists—culminating in their deeply personal sophomore release, The Way It Feels. And I just picked up where he left off. The chopped vocals are what you hear in the chorus. You wonder how did it get so bad, or did I check in enough, or did I miss signs, or did I not take it seriously enough? I think even the way that I was playing the guitar was how he and I play the guitar together, kind of—these interlocking, twin, mirrored guitar parts. Music helps level the playing field a bit, allowing many people to find a common place to connect around one theme. This live event may contain content that is inappropriate for minors. Here's a set of breezy tunes to frame the journey. We'll update this playlist often, so if you hear something you like, add it to your library. Their new Apple Music Country show will begin with a key figure—an artist, a songwriter, a hitmaking producer—and then layer in stories about other figures, known and unknown, in that person's orbit. Because sometimes a light touch is all you need. In fact, all of this song is basically the demo, apart from some harmonies I added from my bedroom studio during lockdown. Consider each episode a musical journey of celebration and discovery, where Clark spins the hottest tracks on the ones and twos with precision. I just thought it sounded like a night terror. On his Apple Music Show, now over 300 episodes in, the international singer-songwriter and performer brings in special guests and has thoughtful conversations with established and rising stars—in many cases sharing music from his comprehensive record collection. If it moves me in any way, then it's good. The first half of this album hits you round the face with melodrama. This playlist comprises music that Jesse Jo loves as well as music that inspired her character Mya. And of course there will also be interviews with the most important artists in country music telling the stories behind the songs. From memorable classic hits to rarities from his crate-digging expeditions, expect an eclectic mix of tunes to dance, groove, or relax the night away to. In the lead-up to the imminent LA 167 tour and with the promise of a new album looming, Farruko remains on an unstoppable upward trajectory. We regularly update these selections—if you hear something you like, add it to your library. And of course my brother NAV went in on it. What are things that make people happy? ALT CTRL is a home for artists and like-minded listeners who see the world a bit differently, whether they gravitate towards guitars, electronics, or a modern collision of the two. Based on the popular Apple Music playlist of the same name, this weekly show provides a platform for artists, producers, and other key figures in the industry to freely share the ideas and stories behind their music. If you like a song, add it to your library. Watch her interview with Zane, and check out the new album now. The Maryland-raised rapper and producer has also supervised film scores, collaborated with the likes of MF DOOM and Chief Keef, and taught a course at Harvard University. 2013年 5月 21日 総席数 144席 駐車場 共有200台 システム構成 POSレジ+バーコードリーダー• We all have our favorites that will be meaningful to us forever, but the intrigue of what's to come and the thrill of the hunt keep me going. We wanted to go out on something extremely musical and kind of cinematic. ' As a fan of salsa, you hear them horns hit a certain way, and you're like, 'It's time. If you like a track, add it to your library. My reaction will always be to work harder. It made me like appreciate and love that somebody can make something so cohesive, and make something that sounded like it had a heartbeat, all the way throughout. As a hip-hop fan, you know when you hear them drums in a certain way, you're like, 'Wait a minute, what we about to do right now? But when you listen to them in Spatial Audio with Dolby Atmos, you can take that experience to another level, as sound comes to you from all directions. His first interview was with Amy Winehouse, in a cemetery in Bristol, when she was one of the biggest names in music—a foundational experience for Matt. And that's where I'm at with it. And she's able to take advantage of such a person. 2014年 1月 29日 総席数 170席 駐車場 50台 システム構成 POSレジ+バーコードリーダー• Our editors rotate selections regularly, so if you hear something you like, add it to your library. But as much as it's evolved since the late '70s and early '80s, when digital technology was first introduced, dancehall still boils down to the raw sound of a deejay toasting over a hot riddim. I love to show people that they belong—and music plays a role in every bit of that. We always talk about how water and water imagery comes up a lot in my lyric writing. The result is a high-energy track that generously spotlights each of its participants. The result is a high-energy track that generously spotlights each of its participants. No one got swag like people from New York. If you like a track, add it to your library. ' I just kept hearing his voice. I was referencing Dolly Parton and Kacey Musgraves. On her radio show Color Me Country, the singer-songwriter brings to the forefront the Black, Indigenous, and Latinx histories of country music that for too long have lived outside the spotlight and off mainstream airwaves. Constantly evolving yet ever-present, the Puerto Rican artist and his music have been pivotal to the global success of Latin music in recent years. It gave me a unique musical education. Now when I'm saying 'sucker,' I'm talking about one specific type of woman: the kind that catches, let's say, the more docile type of man. This is my life right now. That unnameable, rare thing where you hear a song and it suddenly changes your life. You realize, by the end of the record, I chose love. In the verses, I get into that feeling of almost like FOMO: the fear of missing out. Frost brings you an audio experience unlike any other, challenging how you hear and interpret music. Our editors update tracks here regularly, so if you hear something you like, add it to your library. And that's where 'Zero Love' comes from—me not giving a fuck, really. It is what it sounds like. It was an actual picture of an actual artist on the rise. Apple Music's weekly Rap Life show will go beyond our playlist of the same name and even deeper into the culture. That phrase was kind of like an Easter egg that he would drop in all of his movies. This song is chaotic and bitchy and passive-aggressive and really flawed. If I put the wrong lyric on here, it would fuck everything up. We tell stories from the fringes. Float in the stream of culture alongside Pharrell, Scott, and Fam-Lay as they link up with the most brilliant spirits from the worlds of music, tech, business, art, and fashion for conversations that are human, inspiring, unexpected, and fun. I was a little too young to fully understand what I was seeing, but it made an impression, and when I moved to the States I became fully immersed in that culture. They added their parts and really lifted it like this angelic choir almost. I love the lyric so much. Pretty heavy stuff as a kid! Returning with the spontaneous on-air vibe they pioneered, Stretch and Bobbito bring their offbeat humor and insightful perspective with stories, jokes, and hilarious conversations. To keep up with hungry fans and tireless creators, Apple Music launched New Music Daily, our playlist for the latest and greatest must-hear songs from pop, hip-hop, Latin, and beyond. Or do you blame the person that did it? Ease into a border-blurring set of recent tunes that stretch boundaries without breaking a sweat. This song is definitely a nod to it. Pat Green is one of its most admired figures, a warm frontman who worked his way up from college bars to become an enduring home state hero with a national following. But Zaytoven, to me, is like such a musical dude. I think his verse is like 24 bars. So, I just wanted to come back to the theme. I aim to bring this passion to everything I do at Apple—whether it's speaking about a track during a link, or researching for an interview, or meeting with an artist. Here's a set of breezy tunes to frame the journey. Intimate, ruminative, and relaxed, this mix highlights the sound of solo piano in repose: calm, in 88 keys. I was like, 'This is just some cool shit we could just listen to. On Southern Accents Radio, Cobb draws on his industry expertise, eclectic tastes, and deep connections with artists like Isbell to share riveting stories of how the music gets made. If you like a track, add it to your library. ' And the homies were like, 'Bro, you're bugging. Originally it was a piano ballad with no harmonies and it was very stripped. Meek Mill calls on Lil Baby and Lil Durk for a flurry of threats and flexes that finds the trio going line for line and bar for bar, splitting much of the space among the three of them rather than breaking the song down by traditional verses. There must have been times when you could have did more. It was time to figure out why that was. Hear it every Friday at 10 a. You've got to fucking put this on the album. And at first it was hard for me to take the song serious. These enveloping shoreline recordings make a gentle soundtrack for moments of deep contemplation, deeper sleep, and blissful disconnection. I just maneuver how I want to. DJ Spinna will be your tour guide as he travels through different eras and brings you memorable classics that span the globe. Ease into a border-blurring set of recent tunes that stretch boundaries without breaking a sweat. But they told me my real name [Ibrahim] was too ethnic, and nobody would pick up the phone, so I changed my name and code-switched my voice to sound more proper, all that shit. And I happen to be experiencing something that is very nuanced and very complicated. An hour-long show airing every Friday, The Agenda Radio sees host Dotty interview the artists lighting up the Apple Music playlist and present the biggest tracks across hip-hop, grime, Afrobeats, and everything in between, from the UK and beyond. Every week, join host Travis as he highlights those who take their artistry to the next level. I think not only to remind people, but also to remind myself, when the album kicks off, that this is what I do. It also includes original music from Jesse Jo herself, which she created for the series. And she's continued to collect new devotees with fiery new music, Hollywood cameos, and iconic Las Vegas residencies. I love to pay homage to Wu-Tang, too. It's that feeling you get when you're outside on the water—or just want to pretend you are. It felt like it almost leveled the playing field, a moment to hold your hand up and move forward. And Rap Life is where people who live and breathe the culture come for their fix of everything popping in the world of hip-hop. And we tinkered around with it for years, could never figure out how to finish it, and then we finally did. On his Apple Music 1 show Radio Clue, IDK aims to create an environment where exposure to music is tied to specific memories. Drawing from decades of rock, pop, funk, dance, hip-hop, and more, this show gets the night started right—and keeps it going—with nothing but the biggest hits. On '00s Essentials Radio, based on the Apple Music playlist of the same name, host Natalie Sky takes you back through the music that defined and shaped the new millennium. On Happy Hour Down Under Radio—an upbeat radio show that embodies the spirit of the Apple Music playlist of the same name—the Australian country star and four-time Golden Guitar Award nominee forms a deeper connection with his listeners as he shares the songs and artists that inspire and excite him. I would have been like a baby, but I remember it—the room, what he was wearing. His focus is to help listeners find their identity through music education without resorting to lecturing or providing answers. Now, Scott is branching out into the world of radio with Country Faith Radio—showcasing uplifting songs of the country variety in which music and faith intertwine. Our editors regularly update this playlist, so if you hear something you love, add it to your library. We all have emotions, and some of us have a better ability to recognize them. From newly discovered independent artists to recently discovered classics, music journalist and broadcaster Kelly McCartney digs through the crates to capture the wide breadth of American roots music. If you hear something you like, add it to your library. After he burned the Black Ark down in '78, Perry went on to a prolific and globetrotting career as producer, singer, and collaborator. 2014年 1月 1日 総席数 180席 駐車場 60台 システム構成 POSレジ+バーコードリーダー• So that's really what I did. , Jay-Z, and Mariah Carey—Clark Kent has done, and continues to do, it all. With each new episode, McGraw explores this idea through his own journey as well as with some of the most influential people in their craft. If you like a song, add it to your library. Not folk music per se and certainly not the strummings of some earnest coffeeshop troubadour , but folk as filtered through post-punk, lo-fi, and other noisier sounds that connect modern experiments with a long history of outsiders and individualists happily out of step with the mainstream. Yet his most recent solo single seems primed to become a defining moment in his career and on this year in particular. Though it leans mostly on new stuff, we've mixed in a few classics for comfort's sake. I have no idea why—all I know is those two just go off! I was probably living my best life wearing a crop top and some kind of bedazzled jeans. My choir teacher is a big reason why I had the courage to be a country musician, so I think it's so important for kids to have access to some type of music education. It was just me trying to be as honest as I could. He's somebody that's super talented and I've always like really fucked with his sound. These heartrending ballads—the hits of today with some classics sprinkled in—run the gamut from poetic declarations of love to detailed crime stories. I learned to love classic rock through my dad. I play music that I personally find really interesting. Listen in as Rissi has riveting, funny, and necessary conversations with country music's most vital and underrepresented voices. Americana, alt-country, roots, Southern folk—call it what you want. Music has gotten me through some of the worst periods of my life. Charlie Sloth Rap Show airs Saturday at 12 p. And I remember the music. It's like a kite and a string—you need both parts to make it work. Our editors update these selections regularly. Our editors regularly update this playlist, so if you hear something you like, add it to your library and keep the party going. Conversing with producer-buddy Minhtendo, RIN invites us into his life, his work, and his dreams — all of it through the lens of the tracks on his new album. On his namesake Apple Music Hits show, he hopes to continue to bridge the gap between artist and listener. And Chief Keef hopped on that version. I think we were successful on that. He will make these kind of loopy, trippy beats in his basement on a drum machine, and then send them to me as a Voice Memo. If you like a track, add it to your library. He helped Shooter Jennings and Jamey Johnson make landmark albums at the imaginative outlaw fringes, then partnered with Sturgill Simpson, Chris Stapleton, Jason Isbell, Brandi Carlile, and Lori McKenna on category-defying breakthroughs that transformed the country music landscape. This song is so naive and hopeful and stupid and embarrassing and teenage. When I was in Atlanta running around, he pulled up and always showed love. I wrote music to it and developed it and played all the parts to it and made it. My body's changing and I have no control over anything. Hosted by GRM Daily CEO Post and with mixes by rising star DJ JoceWavy, the Apple Music 1 show features the freshest releases from the GRM Daily channel and beyond as well as interviews with various all-star guests. I would call people's houses and play them hooks of songs to get their opinion. 9-inch iPad Pro 3rd generation or later , 11-inch iPad Pro, iPad 6th generation or later , iPad Air 3rd generation , and iPad mini 5th generation with the latest version of iPadOS; and MacBook 2018 model and later. With warmth and humor, Bannen brings listeners insider perspectives and interviews that are thought-provoking and honest—giving both veteran hitmakers and new artists a space to share their journey, inspiration, and creative process. Why are we in an outdoor pool? Our manager knows what huge fans we are of The Cure, and—without telling us—was trying to get us a support slot. Each episode offers a kaleidoscopic mix of uptempo, electro, dance, funk, hip-hop, experimental noise, soul, and everything in between. It feels to me like a panic attack, with this grounding force of the drums, which were rigid and quite slow and which are at half the speed of the track. Do you blame the guy that allowed it to happen? On Band Van Radio, the band gives listeners a backstage pass into their minds and experiences as they share stories from the road and offer their opinions on the latest hits and the music that influenced them—striving to create a radio show atmosphere that matches their lively, collaborative spirit. I always loved to sing along, and they always remind me of my mom. Slap on some sunscreen and get into warm-weather mode with easygoing pop favorites and tried-and-true classics from summers past. Love is a complex thing. That's the thing that nobody else talks about. Our editors rotate selections regularly, so if you hear something you like, add it to your library. On Apple Music, we created a show just for that. And the right soundtrack makes all the difference. I was in a bad place, dealing with different mental struggles. Lay back, chill, and leave the daily grind behind with an eclectic mix covering everything from laidback reggae and tropical grooves to Brazilian beats, Balearic disco, and sun-kissed soul. The brooding, ethereal swirl of modern goth. I love when it almost sounds like there's a soundtrack behind me, as opposed to just a beat, that's like looping over and over. Here, on Bootleggers Radio, he gets up close and personal with club members who call in to swap stories, pick tunes, and have a laugh. Check back here early and often, and if you hear something you like, add it to your library.。

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