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Medley’s Musical Horoscope

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This is an interactive way to learn more about yourself and find new music to listen to while you are at it.

Don’t be selfish enough to stop with your own sign. Find your friend’s sign, your lover’s sign, and while you’re at, it go ahead and find your dog’s sign, idc. Comment below what you got!


Seasons by Greyson Chance– You will make a comeback from whatever rut you are in like Greyson did with this song. You will make a huge confession like Greyson recently came out as gay. Last but not least, you will look up this song and soon relate to its tale of moving on and overcoming adversity.


Mineral by OKBADLANDS– You are seriously just vibing through life right now, and like this song you refuse to lose ties with a specific someone. In the end, your choice to keep that special person by your side will work out for the better.


Surround Me by LEON– You will soon be surrounded by something that makes you happy. Like Leon, your surprise will not come into action until you take the first step into getting off your butt and letting it take you all the way. When it happens, you will know and serenity will envelope your soul.


Flat Champagne by Dan Caplen– This upcoming month, you will get turnt on life due to something miniscule. You will enjoy your friends and have a good time, for no other reason than just because.


Am I the Only One by Jacquie– You are feeling like a real outsider lately as Jacquie sings “Am I the only one who’s not okay, everything I know is about to change, and I can’t help it.” She is right. You can not help it, and that is okay. Be different, and soon the insiders will follow your lead. Also you should jam out to this song while you are at it.


Aftertaste by TOTEM– You will come into contact with a new love. It could be a man, woman, food, or activity. Whatever it is, you will find yourself heavily involved and obsessed with this new found love. The Aftertaste will course throughout you, so maybe let it happen.


The Bird by Anderson Paak– A bird will come with some word to you. This word will put you into motion. You will put all of your focus onto this word, and you will make a change. Follow the greats, and hear this tune while you are at it.


Omw by Johnny Balik– You are on your way somewhere. The journey will be great, but whatever is waiting for you on the other side is even greater. You may travel far, but it will be worth it. Try not to speed on your way there because regardless, you will eventually be there. You will love it.


Hi Grade by Angel– You will find a ‘smoke buddy’ per say. Even if you do not smoke, a good ride or die friend is on their way. Down the line there will be an opportunity to make your relationship more than friends. You do not have to take it any where you do not want to, but the opportunity will most definitely be there.


All These Kisses by Tammy RiveraWhether they are kisses or love or material things, you will soon shower someone in some much needed attention. This person has been down in the dumps for a while and they were waiting on your devotion. Basically speaking, you will soon make somebody’s day.


Learn To Let Go by Kesha– Finally, you are exorcising the demons inside of you and learning to let go of something. Eventually, this memory or thing will be fully rid of your system, and off of your shoulders.


Learn To Let Go (Official Video) by Kesha on VEVO.


Boys by Charlie XCX– This could mean one of three things. 1. You have boys on your mind like crazy, and will not be cured until you get one… good luck. 2. You are a boy who has a secret admirer who is closer to you than you would think… address them and break them from their spell. 3. Neither of those options fit you, and this is only your theme song because one of your favorite artists who pops up in Charlie XCX’s famous music video that features a ton of famous male musicians.


Boys (Official Video) by Charli XCX on VEVO.

Main Image Credit: Gabi Xavier

Resurrecting Records

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Is it the smell? Is it the touch? Is it the sound? What are the reasons millennials love vinyl so doggone much?

To say that the newer generation brought back the tradition of playing vinyl records would be a false statement, because records never really went away, even though some sources claim they vanished in the 90’s.

“In 1989, Sony Music decided to stop producing outdated, cumbersome records. Since then, music has enjoyed many formats, including the compact disc, the digital MP3 and, finally, streaming. Somehow, though, the vinyl record hung on. Now, after a 28-year hiatus, Sony announced it will resume production of the vinyl record.” (The Washington Post)

The revenue that kept vinyl alive during their hiatus came from record collectors who kept the art of vinyl alive as CD’s and the digital market started up.

Since late 2012 and into 2017 vinyl still continues to thrive due to its resurrection in trend.

“Between 2013 and 2014 U.S. album sales dropped 11.2%, CD sales went down 15%, Digital went down 9.4%, but vinyl sales rose by over 50% accounting for $346.8M in worldwide sales.” (Forbes)

“Vinyl records are projected to sell 40 million units in 2017, with sales nearing the $1 billion benchmark for the first time this millennium. This impressive milestone has been untouched since the peak of the industry in the 1980s.” (Forbes)

Why is vinyl making a strong comeback amongst the youth these past couple of years? According to Spinster Records, a record store stationed in Oak Cliff Dallas, Texas, owner David Grover says there are many reasons that factor into the resurgence of the vinyl listening to experience.

One of the reasons may be the experience in it’s appearance. Average LP records come in 10×12 shrink wrap with the listener’s favorite recording artists glimmering craft work physically there for them to touch and feel. A euphoric illusion that through a single record, can bring you one step closer to your idol musician.

“It’s a cooler way to listen to music because it is tangible,” said Grover “You actually have to be a part of it. It’s the perfect way to showcase an artist’s work. It’s a culmination in this beautiful package for people to hold, and it’s exciting.”

Another reason that vinyl is making such a defined comeback around this time is due to the fact that it is the time frame where the generation who grew up on vinyl could begin to afford investing in the product. Also, millennials have a reputation of taking interest in handmade novelties.

“I think what happened was when millennials were finally able to purchase things and decide what they wanted to get, they chose this,” said Grover “If you notice what are millennials into as a group, they are into craft beer, craft coffee, and avocado toast. All of those those things take a long time to make, and they are expensive. Things that are not practical, and vinyl.”

In terms of sales, he says most of his business in stores come from customers whose ages range from 32 and under and 40-65. Therefore,  it’s a cross generational product with a 10-20 year gap.

Overall, the rebirth of LP’s owe most of their credit to an upcoming generation that finds the retro tradition’s physical experience of hand crafted music fascinating. Thank you millennials.

Main Image Credit: Medley Jones
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