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Showing posts from October 28, 2012

The BMC Top 5 for October 2012

Looks like we have one thing in common with the Billboard Hot 100 - PSY has taken a firm hold of #2: BMC Top 5 Singles for October 2012: 1. Call Me Maybe - Carly Rae Jepsen 2. Gangnam Style - PSY 3. Levels - Avicii 4. Starships - Nicki Minaj 5. Wide Awake - Katy Perry Top 5 BPMs for October 2012: 1. 125 bpm 2. 130 bpm 3. 100 bpm 4. 120 bpm 5. 135 bpm For all those affected by Hurricane Sandy, hope things are starting to return to normal. It wasn't too bad where I live, but it looks like people further down the east coast have had a rough go. Best wishes for a speedy recovery. Got your own ideas about what should be in the Top 5? Leave a comment. (Photo via Morguefile )

Sweet Nothing - Calvin Harris ft. Florence Welch

Speed: 128 bpm The DJ's Take: Fyi, song starts at around 0:51. I challenge you to name another pop EDM track out there that sounds more like the theme from a frenetic Mega Man stage . Personally, it sounds good to me and has potential to be a hit. That said, it's not there yet. So if you find yourself trying it out and people on the dancefloor are looking around like they're hearing Frank Sinatra, try turning on key adjust and mixing with these tracks: Booyah - Showtek , You Make Me - Avicii , On The Floor - Jennifer Lopez ft. Pitbull ,  Give It 2 U - Robin Thicke ,  Live For The Night - Krewella ,  Don't Stop The Party - Pitbull ,  Right Now - Rihanna and David Guetta , We Found Love - Rihanna ft. Calvin Harris , S&M - Rihanna , Low - Flo Rida , Calabria - Enur   Download the song: Amazon:

Headphone Reviews: Grado SR60i

At first glance, the Grado SR60i looks like something a sound technician would've worn during a 1960s newscast while puffing away on a pack of Chesterfields. Plus, what is up with those foam earpads? That said, I did some digging, and apparently these are considered one of the best values in the market for 'audiophiles.' 'If it weren't clear by now, we couldn't be happier with the Grado SR60i headphones. What they lack in frills or features, they more than make up for in sound quality, combining a wide-open and fairly neutral balance with excellent clarity and detail.' - Digital Trends 'Sound is perfectly tuned — the smooth, creamy mids that Grado is known for are there, but they’ve tuned the SR60i to push the bass a little deeper than the older SR60 (without the “i”), and the effect is an extremely pleasing sound that works well with almost any kind of music — bass is never imposing, but never lacking either.' - Cult of Mac Are these go