Timeless Jingles from Famous Songs

What would television shows and live sports events be without those 20-second clips from songs that have secured their place in history? You know exactly what we mean by this. Certain songs’ mood, lyrics or verse fit specific moments that occur in the lifetime of any given live event or television show. How many scenes in movies or television shows would have come out a bit bland without the blessed few seconds of the hook of, say, I Feel Good by James Brown, or Never Gonna Give You Up by Barry White. We are going to mention few such songs, some famous, other not so much, that have nevertheless made their mark in various entertainment areas such as television, sports and shows. Some of these have even found their place in slots such as those available at BingoScanner.com but that’s another story.

I Feel Good

There is a reason why we mentioned this song above. It comes first to mind. Who wouldn’t be jolted up by James Brown’s raspy voice at the beginning of what is probably his most famous song? “I Feel Good”, with the antedating scream, and then the beat starts rolling and everyone knows what this song is all about. This bit has been played countless times at NBA and MLB games and those gardens that have their in-house organ players often times play the hook on that instrument – to a magical effect that rallies the audience.

Hit the Road Jack

The song was recorded in 1960 as an acapella and found its way to Ray Charles who gave it the best performance it deserves. This song could be heard at high-stakes NBA games when a player has fouled out and he is on his way out of the court. There couldn’t be a more fitting bit that this.

Take Five

Few people would know what song we have on mind just from seeing the title. If we throw in the name of the leader of the bend that performed Take Five you may still be without a clue. Dave Brubeck – ring a bell? How about the fun fact that Take Five is the biggest selling jazz single ever? It looks like it’s listen to one of the most famous saxophone performances ever put on a record. The iconic Take Five has been made part of many movies and series, like The Sopranos, West Wing, Constantine with Keanu Reeves and so on. This unforgettable jazz standard can be heart at sports events and on television.

Blue Monday

The British band New Order featured their most popular song on the Power, Corruption & Lies album, released in 1983 on the cusp of the synth-pop wave. Blue Monday became an instant hit. The history of the track is quite amusing, with some people saying it came as a result of Kraftwerk’s Uranium (the chords) and Disco (4×4 rhythm), peppered by acid house sounds and a vocal that recounts impressions from “the most depressing day of the year”. At any rate, Blue Monday has been listed as one of the most influential songs and has deservingly found its place in movies, shows and live events.

Glam Metal Bands That Stood The Test of Time

Glam metal, which is another way to say “hair metal”, is a style of music that originated in the late 70’s, fermented until the mid 80’s, and was widely popular until the mid 90’s. It is amazing that the some heavy metal and rock bands have earned their immortality in the world of casinos, by having their own slots games. Some of the rock and roll and metal slots can be found and played at Bingo Scanner. Each of the bands’ members fashioned themselves into flamboyant costumes, face makeup, wild hairdos and lots of shiny accessories.

The term glam metal comes from the UK where in the late 70’s certain bands began to add glamour to their image which was toned with the music they played. Hair metal became over-the-top glam rock both in terms of the music and the looks. There is a number of bands that are synonymous with that era and we will highlight few of these.

Motley Crue

This heavy metal band became widely popular in the United States and around the world. The band was catapulted to fame after their music was played on MTV. They caught the attention of Ozzy Osbourne and opened for his band on their tour throughout 1984. The ‘glam’ in their performance consisted of high-heeled boots, colorful clothing and makeup and facial and body accessories. Motley Crue’s musical style and performance landed them multiple awards and recognitions. They have sold millions of copies of their records as well as a fortune of concert tickets and band merchandise.At the same time, they have lived the rock and roll lifestyle that has landed them in so much trouble, but they managed to survive.

Poison

Another rock band that seized the glam metal era is Poison. The band is still active and tours sold-out concerts around the world. They were founded in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania but built their fame in Los Angeles, where for a long time they struggled until they finally started making money. Their first album Look What The Cat Dragged In was never expected to make any serious earnings, yet, it sold 4 million copies around the world, while the second album sold 8 million . They still perform today, which is very surprising for a band of this style which has been around since 1983 and which as changed many of its band members.

Bon Jovi

This band is not first associated with glam lack, but being so versatile in their styles of performing, they do have a period where they sounded like glam rock and metal, with distinctly pop overtones. Their first several albums were characterized as glam metal and hard rock. Bon Jovi is the musical genius behind his namesake band. He has been playing musical instruments since childhood and continued to play in the bands that he himself formed. His talent was noticed by known bands at the time, so he was able to open for a number of bands in New Jersey, where Bon Jovi was established. Behind the Bon Jovi name are 13 studio albums and many additional releases such as live albums and compilations of their hits. What made this band so popular was that its members gave themselves the chance to use their potential to the maximum. Longevity played a crucial role, and that was only possible because they did not live the glam lifestyle like other contemporary bands in that industry. It is amazing that Bon Jovi remained in their original lineup and experienced very few band-member swaps. The have sold more than 100 million copies of their records and have toured the world over, and are still rocking to this day.

The Slow but Sure Rise of EDM

Enter EDM

EDM stands for Electronic Dance Music. This acronym represents and all-encompassing word for dozens of musical styles, ranging from house to drum and bass to minimal techno. In recent years however, EDM has become synonymous with a variant of dance music that fills stadiums and clubs with revellers who are there for the glam. With the accruing of a number of hits that smack of the same, already generic, notes and pattern of progression. EDM music has become all too predictive, but the compound of vocals, heavy kicks and sharply-accentuated bass sounds had entire stadiums raving and that was that was needed for an industry to form around the sound.

This industry has received heavy criticism from seasoned DJs and producers, ranging from Carl Cox to Steve Lawler, people who have toured the globe for more than 20 years and who have curated the various sounds of electronic dance music with gusto. They and many others think that EDM music is an aberration of, ironically, the intrinsically aberrant genres of house and techno. EDM, the critics will agree, follows a strict schablone which devoids the music of the craft and innovation which are the driving undercurrents of the carefully and diligently curated techno and house genres.

Becomes too Popular

But, no matter what some people think, EDM has a face in a number of hitmakers and moneymakers such as the late Avicii, Swedish House Mafia, David Guetta and others, more or less famous heads. EDM has also developed a cultural theme that appeals to millenials. Some of the hits that have dominated the internet and radio waves in recent years bring about the same type non-conformity as rock and roll music brought in the late 60s.

When it comes to the payout for playing gigs, a certain group DJs and producers have made the biggest earnings. What is common for these is that they all play EDM-heavy sets. Another common thing is that their audiences are not concerned to experience a diverse selection of tracks because most of the sets will ultimately inlcude more than few hits.

Some Top Paid Performers

At any rate, one of the top paid EDM performer is Swedish House Mafia, a trio of producers who departed from their more progressive house and techno roots. Axvell, Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso are worth a whopping $100 million dollars.

The top paid DJ at the moment is $66 million dollars heavy and makes of which $48.7 million were earned in 2017 alone.

Steve Aoki is one of the more famous and eccentric DJs out there. He has been in the music circuit since his college years but approached the industry as an electro house producer in recent years. Aoki made $35 million in 2017 and along the way, the got to throw cakes in some people’s faces, because this is one of his favorite things to do during his performances.

Some other high earning performers are David Guetta, Martin Garrix, the incognito DJ Marshmello, Hardwell, Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike and so on. It should be said that none of these can deliver a vibe such is delivered by Guns N Roses in their band’s name titled slot at SlotsWise.com

Music Knowledge Apps

Keeping your brain entertained is as important as keeping your body fit. Nowadays, the world strives for better body, more acceptable look and they achieve it by eating healthy, avoiding mineral drinks, exercising, getting regular sleep and so on, and the same can be done with the brain. Checking out the games at Bingoscanner.com is one fun way to do it, and there is also another one that we suggest.

With the technology going further every day, you can basically exercise your brain everywhere you go. Testing is one of the more entertaining ways to do so, and with this kind of brain exercise, you can actually learn a lot.

There are many different types of tests on the internet, but this time we decided to go with the Music gender, as it is probably the one that covers basically every person on the planet. With everyone having different tastes in music, and it is hard to satisfy everyone’s needs, we have narrowed a list of several games that will test your music knowledge. Check them out!

 

Mr. Quizter

A rather addictive, with a quite catchy name and one of the two games that can be found under the category of games in the store. Mr Quizter offers a nice variety of music types, and it basically includes questions from a vast variety of themes. You might be surprised by the questions, but play this game for a bit longer and your music knowledge will get extraordinary.

The game offers an interesting option where you can create your own quizzes and upload the questions and answers in the database of the game so that other players from all around the world can guess them.

 

Guess the Song

A simple, pretty straightforward game with a self-explanatory topic. You need to listen to the song and guess it as fast as you can in order to receive as many points as possible. With Guess the Song, you can actually play with your friends by comparing your scores, of you can challenge them to a one on one duel where you listen to the same songs and compete with who has faster fingers and larger musical knowledge.

 

Band Logo Quiz

If you are in love with the alternative way of living and you prefer to follow that kind of lifestyle, this is your application. Test your music knowledge by guessing the band names and connecting to the pictures that are offered on the screen. This game is free to play and has a fantastic rating on the apps store.

 

Music Theory Helper

Basically, an application that talks about music theory, where you neglect the bands, songs, and types of music like all the previous applications, and you need to guess the scales, the tones, and everything related to music. Notes will fly around your screen and you need to guess them, or put the correct sound for the note. Listening skills and creativity is what you will need to achieve a good score in this game.

4 Bizarrely Specific Music Genres

What happens when it becomes harder and harder to be original in the music genre of your choice? Usually, the musicians either quit their careers or go to extremes in the effort to create a music genre that hasn’t been heard before. Some of it might sound extreme, some ridiculous, some might even remind you of some Secret Slots games, but you must give it to the musicians for trying to create something new. Without further ado, our list of 4 Bizarrely Specific Music Genres that we’ve found for you.

Lowercase

If you consider yourself a music aficionado, then lowercase won’t be your cup of tea. This is because it’s mainly silence interrupted by occasional whispers and microsounds… but mainly silence. It was coined by minimal artist Steve Roden as a radical form of ambient sound art. Lowercase artists try to reveal an auditory experience that was once inaccessible to the human ear. What’s interesting about this genre is that you can hear records of plants, underground ant colonies and even bacteria being flash-frozen in a Petri dish.

Clownstep

It all started as a joke when a track by Shimon and Andy C was titled “clownstep” because it sounded like “dance music for deranged clowns”. Clownstep was an unexpected turn in the dubstep scene and producers started proudly labelling their work with the term, leading to a surge in the highly unnerving nightmare fuel.

Unblack Metal

Unlike the Satan-loving, evil worshipping black metal bands of Norway, these guys promote the word of God through their incomprehensible growls. Their lyrics tend to be interlaced with stories of conversion, salvation, proclamations of Jesus and Bible quotes. Quite the opposite of the Lucifer-loving metalheads like Venom, Bathory, Mercyful Fate, Hellhammer and Celtic Frost.

One of the most famous band within the genre is the Australian band “Horde”. When you hear some of their songs like “My Heart Doth Beseech Thee (O Master)” and “Silence the Blasphemous Chanting”, you cannot think to yourself that there is something about this genre that seems even more disturbing than the original black metal Devil-worshippers themselves.

Danger Music

Danger music is based on the idea that some music can be harmful to both the listener and performer. An experimental form of 20th and 21st century avant-garde music, the unadulterated noise is definitely not for those who are not into this sort of music. Due to this, performances were almost always cancelled before they can be performed.

Audiences attending danger music shows need to sign a waiver to prevent the band or venue being sued due to their use of things like bulldozers driving through the stage, sounds so loud they deafen the audience and throwing antipersonnel bombs into the crowd. Although, sometimes this danger is metaphorical. For example, composer Takehisa Kogusi directs a performer to gouge out their eyes five years from now, and another artist, Nam June Paik, directs a performer to “creep into the vagina of a living whale”.

Balkan Gypsy Music Goes Global

Even though the term ‘gypsy’ is a misnomer and does not represent the culture, identity and language of the Romani people (not related to the country Romania), it is widely used to refer precisely to them. The Romani who live in many countries across Europe, but mostly in the Balkans, draw their origins from the area between Northern India and Pakistan. In their migration to Europe they have picked up various influences that come across in their music. When they reached the Balkans the musical influence in the peninsula intertwined with theirs, giving birth to a variety of musical styles that are nurtured by the Romani people in Turkey, Macedonia, Greece, Bulgaria and Serbia. The Romani have many musical virtuosos that have been virtually unknown to the world, but the advent of the Internet spread their musical gems far and wide.

The musical styles that are preferred by Romani musicians are a combination of Middle Eastern and Balkan musical sentences which are played on traditional instruments such as kemane, oud, zurla, duduk, duf, kanunm and modern instruments such as the saxophone, the tuba, the guitar , clarinet, accordion and others. To spice things up, contemporary Romani musicians have begun using synthesizers and rhitm machines. The various recipes have resulted in musical masterpieces that contain jazz and blues alongside the traditional and modern rendition of old and new melodies and scales.

We will name-drop some Roma musicians who are unknown to most music aficionados around the world.

Stevo Teodosievski and Esma Redzepova

Although Stevo is not a Rom, he married Esma who became known as the Roma Queen. They both adopted dozens of Roma children and gave them musical training, but besides their magnanimous nature, they were an excellent instrumentalist and vocalist, respectively. Sadly, it was Borat who infamously and inadvertently propelled Esma to the global audiences. Sacha Baron-Cohen used her music without permission in the film Borat, which resulted in Esma claiming royalties, but she did not win the case. At any rate, her music became known and appreciated around the world to millions of people as compared to before when she was known to a niche audience.

Ferus Mustafov

Ferus was born in Shtip, Republic of Macedonia to a saxophonist father. Ferus exceeded his father’s musical virtue and became master of his instrument. He also plays the clarinet just as equally well, but the saxophone looks like it belongs in his embrace. Ferus has played all around the world, but mostly at Roma and Balkan events. He is yet to be noticed by a global event promoter who can take the best out of Ferus and present it to those who are thirsty for fresh music. Ferus often performs in concert with accordionist Milan Zavkov who accompanies the saxophonist with lively arpeggios and scale slides.

Shaban Bajramovich

The late Mr. Bajramovich was a vocalist and a king in his class. He sang Romani balads filled with jazz and soul motifs, but also knew how to raise a storm with more lively melodies in front of full concert halls throughout the former Yugoslavia and across Europe. He will be remembered for giving the best rendition of Djelem Djelem, which became the Romani anthem. It is a little known fact that Shaban liked to play the dice and perhaps it is too bad that he didn’t live to see the flourishing of online slots and SlotsWise.com

Robindro Nikolic

Robindro is a clarinetist who comes from Belgrade but lives in Barcelona where he was one of the founding members of the Barcelona Gypsy Klezmer Orchestra. Robindro has played with and learned from Ferus on his musical sabbatical in Macedonia following which he began pursuing a solo career but also performing in various bands and with other solo musicians.

Underworld Live Do it Again

Underworld Techno Pioneers

Underworld are one of the pioneers of techno and electronic music in the United Kingdom and around the world. The group was formed in the early 1980s by Rick Smith and Karl Hyde. In their synth-pop days the band included several other members, but in their most memorable shape, underworld went on to include Darren Emerson who was a hip hop and house DJ from London who knew the club circuit and understood the sound that was in-demand at that time and helped the group to shape its signature style. In whatever formation Underworld performed, they rocked stadiums and music venues from Buenos Aires to Tokyo and have not stopped delivering top notch music, always contemporary to what goes on in terms of concept, sound and quality. Underworld’s most famous album has to be their first one, even though this is the author’s subjective opinion. Dubnobasswithmyheadman is a strange title for an even stranger album for that time. Techno music reigned in 1994 but Underworld gave it a pop polish while retaining the gritty feel of the illegal subway tunnel and warehouse raves. Their early sets include the raw sound that the band retained until their Oblivion With Bells album. Everything before that featured dark and long techno tracks, slow and tender techno songs, soothing skits and some gimmicky tracks like Bruce Lee that to this day, still make sense and make the fans smile.

Underworld Opus

Their first album was perfectly balanced out with some trip hop songs with a pop feel like ME and the ambient work River of Bass. Subsequent albums and EPs included classic tracks such as REZ, King of Snake, Kittens and Born Slippy which is the signature song of the infamous cult classic Trainspotting. Underworld marked yet another famous film, this time Batman Forever, with their edgy rant-ridden banger Moaner. The album A Hundred Days Off released in 2002 ended Underworld’s techno sound. Their next album, after a five-year hiatus, Oblivion With Bells, took a more somber approach, but somehow still included tracks that could make the crowd move (Beautiful Burnout). Three years later, Barking at the Moon, gave the fans a fresh sense of Underworld, yet still retaining their original style. The tracks included broken beat and rave-inspired, now classics, Always Love a Film and Scribble. In between albums Underworld’s Karl Hyde wrote poetry and collaborated in art projects while feeding the Underworld Live page with fresh blurbs from his encounters with the world. Today, Underworld have accolades that include spinning tracks at the opening of the London Olympics, performing on Jimmy Fallon’s show and having performed hundreds of shows around the world.

End of Career? Not by a Long Shot!

Even though Smith and Hyde are in their 60’s they still produce music and perform live. These guys do not get tired of making awesome music and great texts to complement the notes. Karl Hyde gets his inspiration from everything and that can be heard in his music. On their latest track in which Iggy Pop goes on a five minute rant about the good old times about smoking in airplanes and gambling, Hyde contributes with his singing overtones, but Mr. Iggy Pop does it all in the Underworld style scanning the world for rant lyrics that include smoking, stewardess, gambling, flying, bingo and BingoScanner.com

Some of Reggae’s Most Famous Musicians

Bob Marley

Bob Marley is the most famous reggae musician and gave the genre the fame that propelled it to the global audiences. He and his band, The Wailers, recorded the best selling reggae album of all times, and Marley himself is part of the group of the world’s best-selling musicians, having sold more than 75 million records. Bob Marley became famous for his lyrics that have political messages about equality, human rights and freedom. Being of African heritage, Marley was deeply connected to his roots and advocated for Pan Africanism and against imperialism. Bob Marley is also one of the most famous advocates for the legalization of Marijuana. His legacy is carried on by his music and the many musicians he influenced all around the world. What is more, Bob Marley is a brand of its own, because his imagery sells anything from clothing apparel to mobile covers to sports shoes, but despite the commercialization of his image his political messages continue to inspire people and his music is often played at parties and on the radio.

Peter Tosh

Being one of Bob Marley’s Wailers, Tosh gathered all the reggae knowledge and went on to become a reggae performer himself. He rode on the popularity of his former band, but also had a strong charisma that captured the attention of the music audience around the world. Being orphaned by his parents, he overcame the difficulties and engaged in music that included ska, rocksteady and reggae. Tosh started his solo career with performing a number of collaborations. He co-wrote the hit song Get Up, Stand Up and made music with Mick Jagger and Keith Richards. Tosh also advocated legalization of Marijuana, which landed him in trouble. Following a concert in Kingston, he was apprehended by the police and beaten, most likely because he insulted some high ranking Jamaican politicians during a previous performance. He went on an anti-apartheid tour and performed songs like Equal Rights, Fight On, and Apartheid.

Lee Scratch Perry

Scratch Perry is one of the most famous reggae musicians and has pioneered dub music as its own style. He worked at a record and musical equipment store and later at a production studio, and that is where he built his foundations as a musician and producer. Lee Scratch Perry would go on to produce scores of music and collaborations with famous bands and musicians. His Black Ark studio drew the likes of Bob Marley, Junior Byles, the Heptones, Max Romeo and many other reggae, ska and rocksteady musicians and their bands. Perry produced many songs that became famous in their own right, besides producing his own songs and reworks. After moving to the United States and living for a period in the United Kingdom, Perry returned to making music after a hiatus which followed his burning of the Black Ark studio. In 2003 Perry was awarded a Grammy for his album Jamaican E.T. and since then, continued to participate on collaborations with the Beastie Boys, Andrew W.K., Moby, Don Fleming and other instrumentalists and slots players from SlotsWise.

 

Top 5 Albums Recorded by Steve Albini

It is funny how one of the most important producers for the independent music doesn’t even want to be called ‘a producer’. Instead, he insists on being called ‘a record engineer’. He considers it “an insult to take a royalty from a band just because we recorded their album”. Most people don’t even know his name, but good part of them have probably heard some of his work. Over the past few decades, Steve Albini has overseen the recording of numerous artefacts of independent music. Although Albini has been an outspoken opponent of major labels, he is known to work with almost anyone who requests his services. Without further ado, our list of top 5 albums recorded by Steve Albini.

  • Pixies – Surfer Rosa (1988)

As the record engineer for Pixies’ legendary debut full-length, Albini made their sound louder and screechier than they ever would again. He recorded some of the vocals in a studio bathroom and even kept studio banter in on some of the songs which made the band sound like the biggest, nastiest thing on earth.

  • Big Black – Atomizer (1986)

Influenced by the punk-noise band Naked Raygun, ‘Atomizer’ is the debut album from Albini’s first noteworthy band, Big Black. This album was highly controversial when it came out since it covered such subjects as wife-beating, pyromania and animal slaughter, to name a few. Although he is infamous for making every snare-crack being felt in your ribs, Big Black opted for a drum machine instead, and it seems that ‘Roland’ the drum machine was what made ‘Atomizer’ sound even more brutal.

  • The Jesus Lizard – Goat (1991)

Albini worked with The Jesus Lizard throughout their surprisingly long career. But their second album of the angular-stomp masters is where the band’s drooling, violent attack is at its best. Albini was well aware that their power lay in the combination of David Yow’s wild Neanderthal act and the crushing precision of the rhythm section. That is why he makes sure we feel each and every bass-thud and garbled screech in the pit of our souls.

  • Neurosis – Times of Grace (1999)

The Bay Area sludge-metal titans have worked together with Steve Albini on a number of albums. That is why it is so hard to pick just one of them, since they all seem to have bear the well-known Albini signature. ‘Times of Grace’ is their first collaboration and the chemistry is there from the start. When Neurosis tracks rock out, Albini’s mic techniques are easiest to hear, but when they have a space-out mode, Albini knows how to record without punching us in the gut. This shows that he really knows his job!   

  • Shellac – At Action Park (1994)

Steve Albini’s longest-running project is definitely Shellac (sometimes referred as Shellac of North America). And this should come as no surprise because the group consists of three excellent musicians. With Albini on guitars, Bob Weston on bass and Todd Trainer behind the drum set, you can bet your money that their albums will sound as tight as possible. Of all their releases, ‘At Action Park’ seems to punch the hardest!

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Strange Musical Genres

Believe it or not, there are 1264 musical genres that have been identified by someone called Glenn McDonald. More precisely, these are micro-genres, which means that they stem out of a bigger blanket-genre of music and then they branch off into many styles, quirks and approaches. The sheer number may seem like an exaggeration, and I believe that it is. Should we consider Brazilian Rock as a separate genre of rock music? If it was played and recorded in Brazil doesn’t mean it is a whole new style of music, unless it really is. The query of how many musical genres provides the ground for an article with quipps and double entendres and that’s all ok. But are there really that many subgenres of music? Most definitely not. There are however some really interesting musical niches that have followers around the world. I know of people who like drone music, but I have never met or heard of anyone who has said anything about skweee, except Glenn McDonald, of course.

Let’s cut to the chase and discuss few musical styles that are pretty amusing for what they are and for the sonic pleasures that they deliver.

Drone

Drone is a musical genre that all about long tracks made of sound-walls, which are recordings. This is where the definition for drone music stops. Everything else is left to the producer’s imagination. Drone music can be many things, but mostly it is made of long recordings without too many sound channels and oscillations. An example of drone music is a recording of a power generator whose sound has been pitched down and thereby the recording lengthened. Now add some unobtrusive, pads and a recording of car traffic taken from afar, and you can have a pitched-down growl of cars with dropped high frequencies. This music can be quite relaxing actually, but it does require the unwavering attention of the listener or for him or her to be in REM sleep.

Noise

Noise is exactly what it is. Unlike drone, noise can be obtrusive, high frequencies abounding, as well as interruptive slashes of… whatever; those can be hits on a huge metal railing or the sound that is produced by dropping a bucket full of glass bottles from the fourth floor of an abandoned tootoo factory. Noise can be a part of track of another genre – if can be inserted as a break or as a bridge to shuffle things around. Strange thing about noise music is that there are shows where bands and producers play it. Noise can be played on analog synthesizers and effect boxes that produce violent stabs on top of sandpaper-like textures of ear-drum destroying hooks. Noise can have its rock version as well – with bands playing “stuff” with extra-distorted guitars.

Elevator Music

And to cool things down, or to bring some sense into this article, for the sake of balance and sanity, we’ll throw the Elevator Music genre in there. Elevator Music is inconspicuous, hence the name, but it has qualities that can win you over – precisely, its unobtrusiveness has an appeal. You can let an Elevator Music playlist unfold in the background and you wouldn’t even know its there, yet, it will fill your auditory spectrum with sound so that you don’t feel like you are all alone. This music can be heard in dentist offices, in elevators, some malls or salons that sell exclusive objects and art. Elevator music can make feel you kind of light-headed so good thing to do is balance it with some noise in your playlist. Elevator music is also heard in the grand casinos of the world, especially those in Vegas, so we know it has its place. If you can’t head to Vegas for an Elevator music party, then simply pick a slot machine from https://www.slotswise.com/ to get a kick out of online slots sounds.