NEW Lights Down Low EP by MAX

American singer, dancer, and actor Max G Schneider  – now only going by MAX – released a new single and EP!

3 days ago, on October 14th, Max released the music video for “Lights Down Low“. This version of Lights Down Low is featuring Gnash – A singer who is currently known for his single “I Hate U I Love U“.

Along with this music video and single release is the release of the Lights Down Low EP. This EP has 3 tracks – the original “Lights Down Low”, “Lights Down Low” featuring Gnash, and “Lights Down Low” Not Your Dope Remix. The EP is out now and can be purchased on iTunes and Google Play.

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What did you think of the music video and EP? Leave a review in the comments!

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Album of the week!

This week’s Album of the Week is Everybody Wants by The Struts!

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The Struts are English rockers who burst into the public with a classic rock style. Although the band is quite new their music has a 60’s 70’s sound. Their music also has big singalong choruses – of which are the choruses that earned their videos hundreds of thousands of YouTube hits and won them a deal with Mercury Records.

Want an example? View the Music Video for “Could’ve Been Me” here.

I absolutely love this album! It’s full of good vibes which you can move along to. It’s one of those albums that you just can’t help but feel good when listening to, in my opinion.

My favorite tracks off this album would be “Could’ve Been Me“, “Mary Go Round“, and “Only Just a Call Away

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This Album-of-the-Week thing is new, but I think I’ll try to keep up with it! It seems like each week there’s a different album that I feel more connected to than usual, so this can give me a way to talk about it and spread it around! We’ll see how long this goes 😉

Have you listened to Everybody Wants? What was your favorite track/s? Do you have any albums to suggest to me? They could earn their spot in an Album-of-the-Week post! Submit your ideas, suggestions, and favorites in the comment section!

Oh! Fun fact about how I found this band: the first song I had ever heard by them was “Could’ve Been Me” while I was shopping for more band merch in Hot Topic! It sounded so good – I had to look it up when I got home!

Information about The Struts was taken from Spotify

A Song For Your Uke

The ukulele. A very popular instrument of 2016, in my opinion. Like, everyone plays one??  And I’m one of those people! I need a lot, a lot more practice though…

But I’m not writing this to talk about ukuleles! (although if you are interested in learning an instrument, i do suggest the ol’ uke. It’s really quite easy and portable!) I’m here to talk about a song, of course!

I was on Youtube and a music video was suggested to me. “The Terrible Dinner Guest” by a girl with the username as: Danielle Ate The Sandwich. I watched the video, and absolutely fell in love with the song!

This song features a uke (makes sense now why I had brought them up, huh?) and is a very chill, relaxing song 🙂 I would describe “The Terrible Dinner Guest” meaning as an adult who is, well, socially awkward, I guess you could say. They don’t fit in the so-called-adult conversations that are typically held at a dinner table. And, in fact, these subjects tend to bore her. At one point in the song, the singer describes herself as a “middle school boy at the sock hop, clinging to walls to avoid small talk.”

Anyway, I absolutely adore the song and only feel it’s right for me to find the chords and play them on my own uke 😉

Watch the music video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ZTxjwv5c0I

What did you think of the song and music video? Do you play any instruments, such as the ukulele? Answer in the comments!

More to Panic About!

Panic! At The Disco are releasing every thing today! Along with the announcement of their 2017 Death of a Bachelor tour, they have also released the music video for “L.A. Devotee” – a single off of the Death of a Bachelor album. Check it out!

What did you think of the music video? Leave a review in the comments!