Opinion Pieces

Spiritual Music You Should Not Miss

The first question you might ask is whether music can be spiritual. The answer is yes, as the initial experience of music can always...

How I Feel After Listening to The Weeknd’s ‘After Hours’ Music Video

I always wanted to write this. The motto is, 'The things you are attracted to are yours.' Society has made you feel that life-changing...

Trance Songs You Should Listen To

Trance music, with its hypnotic beats and euphoric melodies, has the power to transport listeners to otherworldly realms. Yet, in the vast ocean of...

5 Best Indian Lofi Songs

In recent years, Lofi music, known for its gentle, slowed-down melodies and reverb effects, has captured the hearts of music enthusiasts worldwide. The era...

Can the Same Song Sound Different?

Can the same song sound different? If you were to ask me, I'd respond with another question: Can you love the same person twice?...

Lady Gaga: A Legend

Despite 15 years having passed since her release, her songs are experiencing a resurgence in popularity. The emerging editing style known as Slowed and...

Metal Music Could Be Dying

Okay, to tell you the truth, I come from a timeline where metal music was famous. There was this vibe in the air where everyone was into heavy music. Rap and hip-hop used to be second. It was in the era of the 90s. It couldn’t have been just my group of friends because everywhere I went, I would hear metal and rock. The time was when Metallica was still new, and the feud between Megadeth and Metallica was in the air. I still remember the thrash metal band Sepultura being more famous than Metallica. “Chaos AD” was a trend back then.

Ek Villain ‘Banjaara’: A Song of First Love, Guilt, and TikTok

Once again, I want to emphasize that this song revolves around the concept of first love, yet the protagonist has not effectively expressed their emotions. "Banjaara" is an Indian song that has emerged as a strong contender among many other popular tracks on TikTok, and it has achieved great success. With its evergreen Indian sentiment, the song evokes a mixed feelings of love and guilt. Upon closer listening, it conveys a sense of hurt and heartbreak.

How Schiller’s Dream of You changed my life.

Yet, it is true, and people do not believe me when I tell them that Schiller’s “Dream of You” has changed my life. If you were to ask how, I would reply, “In the same way that art changes us.”

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