“Musiio” (Used 15 times)
TangWeiMusiio on 09/07/2018 at 03:53AM
Here at Musiio we’re constantly testing and fine-tuning our A.I. to make sure that it is functioning at optimal capacity. In one of our usual testing sessions I noticed that it can pick out certain instruments and styles of playing really well.
In these tracks picked out by our A.I. we have bands inspired by Balkan brass orchestras and swinging early 20th century jazz. Disparate scenes far apart but all featuring the same fun and joyous sound of wind instruments!
JJMusiio on 08/23/2018 at 09:35PM
Whether or not you’re looking for a good pop anthem or have a penchant for the pristine sounds of well-produced beats, we’ve got you covered!
Here's an interesting fact - Pop is not actually short form for “popular music”. Rather, it is a genre under “popular music”, defined by its highly manufactured production qualities and singable melodies.
Of course, Pop music sticks by the trends of the times, appealing to masses of audiences with its memorability. With the advent of electronic music in this age of millennialism, we naturally welcome #ElectronicPop!
With our AI, we have curated this pop playlist to light up your mornings and provide a good confidence boost. I don't know about you, but I personally enjoy a good song to strut to when I leave my house every morning!
My ultimate fave of the set? David Amber’s Set Me On Fire, featuring Ashley Jana. Strongly recommend to spruce up your day! Have a good slay, have a good day.
YizzyV on 08/08/2018 at 06:55PM
Search 'lofi hip hop' on Youtube and you'll likely find many mixes with "chill/study/relax" in the title, plastered with an anime thumbnail image.
I don't know about you, but from where I am (Singapore), these playlists are EVERYWHERE. Almost everyone I know are either listening to these mixes or a new upload by Majestic Casual.
Because of the popularity of these playlists, Trip Hop (used synomously with Downtempo - though the latter has a cleaner, less 'earthy' sound) is 'Lofi Hip Hop' to the people in this region.
And they are not wrong. Trip Hop pioneers Portishead, for example, record their material to old tape from real instruments, and then sample their recordings rather than recording their instruments directly to a track. Part of its aesthetic is its unabashed use of tape hiss, degraded audio signals and samples of 60s-70s soul/jazz crooners.
We fed our favourite trip hop tracks into our A.I and it resulted in this stunning playlist from the FMA. Enjoy.
Ysabel @ Musiio
YizzyV on 07/23/2018 at 10:32PM
If the occasional daydream involves you fighting epic space bosses, you're in for a treat.
This week's special is Dark Electronic, flavoured with sinister industrial beats, heavy wub bass and gritty synths.
Menace has never felt so good.
This selection of #DarkElectronic from the FMA is brought to you by Musiio, A.I. generated playlists. Got something else you think we should check out? Comment below!
Ysabel @ Musiio
YizzyV on 07/12/2018 at 01:15AM
Hi everyone, this is Ysabel from Musiio. Kicking where Hazel left off and serving up Indie Rock this time!
Indie Rock, an umbrella genre that is identified more by its ethos than a musical approach, is one that is not easily - or can be - objectively identifiable by ear. In making music that suits their personal taste more than selling records (a major label thing), Indie bands exploit that freedom to explore sounds, emotions and subjects that can have limited appeal to the mainstream audience. Music that may seem too whimsical, too melancholic, too delicate, too raw, too abrasive for the general public, yet balancing these leanings with a pop sensibility.
With the ever-growing list of subgenres and styles, the right question here is then - How do you like your Indie? Personally I’m big on garage-influenced Crumbsnatchers and Night Beats, and new wave artists a la Single Bullet Theory.
Share your favourite indie style by commenting on this post!
Ysabel @ Musiio