Music in Context; The flawed concept of Genre

Name: Conor Gaffney Comment: One thing I've been curious about is how concepts from one musical genre can be applied to another, often completely different genre i.e. jazz and metal. How much overlap can there be?   Hi Conor, Thank you for your message. This question raises a very interesting topic but it isn’t really one I… Continue reading Music in Context; The flawed concept of Genre

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Music in context; Tuplet based rhythm & cracking Dor Levin’s WTF Grooves

Concept & Tuplet Rhythm If you’re on Instagram or Youtube and are prone to scourging the depths of their respective catalogues for the most experimental and forward thinking musicians and compositions, then there is a chance you might have discovered WTF Grooves already. I discovered WTF Grooves through Instagram originally about a month or so… Continue reading Music in context; Tuplet based rhythm & cracking Dor Levin’s WTF Grooves

By way of the Drum; an Interview with Diamond Drum Co.

It’s often overlooked how important a really good snare sound is in a song. It is therefore no mystery why so many artists and producers have often laboured over finding that perfect snare sound. It can often be a making or breaking point in the production of a song. I’m not a drummer by any… Continue reading By way of the Drum; an Interview with Diamond Drum Co.

Music in Theory #3 Functionality of Rootless chords

This is the third post in a series of specific posts where I just talk about my passion for music theory, different exercises and things that I've thought up that may shed light on something or somethings that musicians are either struggling with or else it's a completely new subject to them or opens a… Continue reading Music in Theory #3 Functionality of Rootless chords

Music in Theory #1 Polyrhythmic Exercise (5/4 over 4/4)

I feel like this is going to be a new series of specific posts where I just talk about music theory, different exercises and things that i've thought up that may shed light on something or somethings that musicians are either struggling with or else it's a completely new subject to them or opens a… Continue reading Music in Theory #1 Polyrhythmic Exercise (5/4 over 4/4)

Music in Theory #4 Understanding Time

This is the fourth post in a series of specific posts where I just talk about my passion for music theory, different exercises and things that I've thought up that may shed light on something or somethings that musicians are either struggling with or else it's a completely new subject to them or opens a… Continue reading Music in Theory #4 Understanding Time