Why we have music is much more difficult to explain than how and why we use music. Music is based on a lot of things that we refer to in life, if you were asked the question, am I a lot happier when music is being played when I am working? Like mine, your answer to that would probably be yes, especially if it is music that you can sing along to that you know or associate with happy times.
Some hip hop beat makers start with the hook. Creating a hook, if you understand how they work, is an important part of making hip hop instrumental beats. The hook is the part which is repeated in between verses. The great thing about hip hop instrumental beats is you can think “outside the box” and create some banging beats with hooks that people will love.
Of course there is a few things you need to do first to make sure the world is aware of you retro lounge music. I will cover the UK here as this is what I know of living and publishing independent music here. You need to join the bodies PRS For Music and the PPL (Phonographic Performance Ltd). You then register any recordings and releases (if you do not have a label to do this for you) with the PPL and acquire ISRC’s for each track. An ISRC is a unique code for each released recording and needs to be included in the metadata during the mastering process. Ask the mastering engineer to include them or research this further if you are mastering your own material.
I feel that Trap Music has the potential to last. I feel this way based off the fact that the genre has roots in Hip Hop. Because of this, there are familiar sounds used in its production that can be recognized by even the newest listeners. Nightclubs are a good way to gauge any given genre of music. Dj’s will play music that keeps the energy levels high in nightclubs. Trap Music might be relatively new in the clubs, but many of the sounds used in its production come from Hip Hop tracks that have been playing in clubs for years.
Blues retro lounge music has its roots in African American work songs around the turn of the century (1900). Some early Blue’s musicians include Samuel Coleridge-Taylor and W.C. Handy. One of the original professional blue’s singers was Ma Rainey, who asserted to have coined the word “Blues.” Other musicians included Victoria Spivey, and Bessie Smith.
This chic downtown club has many different seating options to give the audience a varied listening experience. There is standing room near the stage, bar stools, lounge chairs and a raised area behind the bar. There are also pool tables available. The booking agent for this club has great taste in local bands and features a variety of different genres of music.
Another instrumental wedding music choice is a funkier one. This is that of dance music. For a younger crowd this will get everyone dancing to create a more nightclub type venue. You can also use trans music and certain types of house music. Just be sure to include some other styles to ensure that everyone of every age has fun.