Binary Music Review – Lindsey Stirling2 min read
I love music, all kinds, all the time. I have talked about my move to Spotify from Pandora a while back which I absolutely love and use everyday. But the biggest and most valuable benefit I get from Spotify over the others is the ability to find new artists out side the crap-filled Billboard Top whatever charts.
I want to find the artists that are real, know how to play an instrument and carry a tune without a computer to enhance their voice. I came across one of those artists, several actually, but today I am going to share this one. Lindsey Stirling.
Lindsey Stirling has an self titles album out and it’s fantastic. It’s a mix of classical, techno and dubstep. I have listened to this album 3 times in the last 2 days. I can’t get enough of it. It’s great to work to, exercise to, or have in the back ground. The mix of classical and techno works very well if you crany the volume or have it as ambient sound.
I have embedded from Spotify the album, you may or may not need to have an account with Spotify to listen. I also added in her music video for the song Crystalize.
It may be for you, it may not, that’s the beauty of music. I will be posting more jewel findings and giving shoutouts to artists that I feel deserve a little extra bump over the marketing and fully paid for commercial crap on the Top 40 radio stations.
If you have Spotify here’s the link to the album.
Album with samples on Amazon.
Album on iTunes.
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