My Musical Evolution – Part 411 21st Century Lindsey Stirling

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Lindsey StirlingThis is probably the last CD I’ll buy in 2012. It is a really cool sounding blend of DubStep and sweet violin. It is also another great example of how simple interactions in life can redirect your Musical Evolution in totally unexpected ways.

Rewind about two weeks ago. A girl named Megan from my office was having trouble with her iPhone. As we worked on it, we talked music like I do with so many people. She sings but doesn’t really care for DubStep stuff at all. I played a few examples of cool stuff for her and while she didn’t hate it, she wasn’t convinced.

A week later I get an instant message from her with a link to the video for Crystallize. In the message, she said I think I found some DubStep that I like. I played the video and before it was over, I had ordered her CD from Amazon. I think it is a great sounding album and I like the serendipitous manner in which it came to me. Thanks Megan!

I’ve played a few tracks for people since the album arrived and everybody seems very interested in it. I don’t know anything about Lindsey Stirling but I hope she continues down this path and makes some more albums like this one. I strongly encourage you to buy this one so she can continue to make awesome music for us.

 

Electric Daisy Violin

Crystallize

 

Moontrance

 

Elements

 

Shadows

 



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