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    Electronic dance music, or EDM for short, has been a popular choice in music these past couple of years. Although I have heard it multiple times before, whether it’s on the radio or at a house party in Isla Vista, I am not too fond of this music genre. On the other hand, I have a lot of friends who enjoys listening to electronic music. Because EDM is a style that I am personally not used to hearing, I don’t see the appeal in it. So to understand more about the reasoning why people likes EDM, I had the opportunity to chat with Aaron Manaloto, who is a good friend of mine. Aaron has been listening to this music genre for over 5 years and has been attending EDM events, such as festivals and raves, for the past three years. His long history with…

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    never sleeps. Naturally, it is also the home to many electronic dance music clubs, and high profile DJ’s that play all day and all night. On the strip in Vegas, there are clubs everywhere. The trend of electronic dance music is exploding on the strip. The clubs host some of the hottest DJ’s like Calvin Harris, Afrojack, and Tiesto. The clubs are in the massive casinos, and hotels filled with people and the bright lights of Las Vegas. In Las Vegas, it is a 24/7 party especially when it comes to…

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    and the Early British Rave Scene by Maria Pini, both discuss and analyze the social dance culture of the 1980’s. Thornton’s article focused primarily on the culture of clubbing while Pini’s article focused more on rave culture, however both did mention clubbing and raving at points in their article. Both articles carry validity in their arguments however it is important to take bias into account when analyzing their points. Throughout analyzing their articles, I’ve found my own personal…

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    sounds seems like a peculiar form of music one would dive into. Entering a rave party, you will merge yourself into a world where people dance for hours, colorful flashing lights and lasers pointing in capricious directions, and smoke spreading through the vibrating floor like a fog over a busy city that never sleeps. This kind of phenomenon has become a grasping event for those who want to enter a state of trance, and disappear into the rhythm of electronic music. Like every genre of music…

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    1. As the Fitness Class Coordinator at GoodLife Fitness, I have been informed that there has been some recent male interest in the dance classes that are held in the facilities co-ed sections. In order to attract men into the GoodLife’s co-ed dance programs, I will be initiating two marketing campaigns in hopes of attracting more men into classes. The objective of both marketing campaigns will not be to make profit, but instead to solve the issue (Crompton,2002) of men not feeling our dance…

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    Case Study: Sine Records

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    Industry: Sine Records will be an all-encompassing record label for the EDM artist who is looking for a reliable and approachable company to release their music through. Our aim will be to forge long-lasting and personal relationships with our artists and our consumers. From the recording process through to the final release of the product, we will endeavour to provide the best service possible. Not only will Sine Records release music, but we will also market sample packs and synthesiser…

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    transform an individual’s understanding in an emotional, intellectual, physical and spiritual manner. The far-reaching ramifications of discovery may differ for people and their contexts. This concept of discovery is conveyed in Stephen Daldry’s film “Billy Elliot” (2000) and Sarah Rabia’s extract “Dinner”. In the film “Billy Elliot”, it becomes clear that discoveries which evoke one’s innermost thoughts and feeling can lead to significant implications. This view is seen in the angry dance scene…

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    This commercial that I will be talking about is a enjoying, entertaining, short, Target ad. First the commercial started out with two teenage girls that seem to not know each other, it is their first time meeting. The setting is taken place in a small college dorm room that has brand new college supplies that are not unpacked yet. Next, the two girls turn around and introduce each other. Dancing music starts and the girls are having what seems to be a dance battle. While this dance battle is…

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    Rave Persuasive Essay

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    hopes to put an end to the movement all together, and law enforcement shut down the “Acid House parties”. However, these complications did not stop young people from doing what they loved. As I have said, not everyone who raves, doe it for the drugs. So the true and compassionate ravers, continued on in safety. One man said, “Acid House was an example of the media not allowing youth culture to ferment and allow itself to go off in the different directions it needs to to become something great.”…

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    Music In The Digital Era

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    Music in the Digital Era Music is an art that has existed for thousands of years, and over that vast amount of time, music has evolved. From the Medieval period to the classical, and from the modern to the present era, music has slowly become more and more affiliated with technological industry, including computers and even some smart phones. In today’s style of music, most often the elements and instruments being used are actually not instruments at all, but digital sounds created by a…

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