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Showing posts with label SL Dancing. Show all posts
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Saturday, March 11, 2017

Talk about Pop music - Camury reporting...

Ever heard the song “Pop Muzik” by Robin Scott from way back in 1979?   You’re forgiven if you haven’t, it was a bit cheesy even back then.

Get up, get down

Radio, video, boogie with a suitcase
Your livin' in a disco, forget about the rat race
Let's do the milkshake, sellin' like a hotcake
Try some, buy some fee-fi-fo-fum

Talk about pop musik
Talk about pop musik

Get up, get down

That got me thinking about pop music and how it came to be a genre.  It originated in its modern form in the United States and United Kingdom during the mid 1950's. The terms "popular music" and "pop music" are often used interchangeably, although the former describes all music that is popular and includes many styles. "Pop" and "rock" were synonymous terms until the late 1960's, when they were increasingly used in opposition from each other.

Pop music is eclectic, and often borrows elements from other styles such as urban, dance, rock, Latin and country.

Characteristics of pop music include an aim of appealing to a general audience, rather than to a particular sub-culture or ideology, and an emphasis on craftsmanship rather than formal "artistic" qualities.  Music scholar Timothy Warner said it typically has an emphasis on recording, production, and technology, rather than live performance; a tendency to reflect existing trends rather 
than progressive developments and aims to encourage dancing or uses dance-oriented rhythms.

Music and dancing are the back bone of Second Life’s social scene and there a many dance clubs in SL that welcome you with friendly staff and a great mix of music.  You can be sure that you will find a club that plays your kind of music.

Here are my picks of five great venues in Second Life for you to appreciate pop music, get your boogie on and generally have fun:

Big Daddy's '80s Club

Great music. Good times. Experience the sounds of the '80s at Big Daddy's. In this cozy club, the music of the 80's sways all the time! Join the chat with DJs, employees and other 80's music fans at this fun club filled with dancing, and have fun enjoying the best of pop music.


Blackhearts is a popular club in Second Life founded in 2007. The club has some of the greatest live DJs playing pop music from the 1970s to current hits, and has some of the most energetic hosts around. Come and listen to pop music from the past and experience the energy of today's pop music at this fun club with a friendly, laid-back atmosphere.

Muddy's Music Cafe

Muddy's Music Cafe is one of Second Life best known places for those who want to dance and listen to music. Find friends, meet new people and have fun. This club offers music from Djs in several genres of pop. You can also explore the club's surroundings and shop in the local shops.

Old Lar’s House*

Old Lar's House is the place for friendly adult fun! A long-standing adult club in Second Life, Old Lar's is famous for its fun conversations, bar dancers and awesome live DJ's. Let loose in this fun, relaxed adult club.

Old Lar's is a club that will bring to you the best music ever. Visit them and spend a delightful time listening to the best of pop music. The atmosphere is pleasant and friendly. The sexy dancers create good energy and take their clothes off in exchange for tips.

*Please be aware that this club has an ADULT rating.

Club Havoc

Club Havoc plays all genres of music (except country). The Havoc Staff is among the friendliest around and the atmosphere will draw you in while the music fills your senses with delight!  If you are a pop music lover looking for a meeting spot in Second Life, Club Havoc  is the place for you!  You can hear live mixes and hangout at this hot, friendly spot for singles and couples. If you’ve not visited it before it will immediately become one of your favorite places.

So what are you waiting for? “Get up, get down…” Go have some fun!

Sunday, August 31, 2014

I Could’ve Danced All Night and Still Have Begged for More - Ccoursey reporting….

Ballrooms and Second Life should always have two things:  Romantic music and formal clothing.  I don't care how fancy the dance is, if someone is wearing biker gear it isn't the same.  Let's face it... Every girl needs the chance to dress up in Second Life and feel like the Princess she is.  There should be an atmosphere to offer the opportunity for a proposal, for a first date, or even just that 'I want you to know you're special' date.  Here are a few places to take that important someone...
The Waterfall Ballroom
The Waterfall Ballroom, just seems to be a ballroom in a waterfall when you first land.  It isn't.  The ballroom is beautiful, hidden behind the flowing water, the sim itself is gorgeous.  Bringing a date here would be perfect, with a romantic carriage ride, a stroll through the gardens, and feeding the swans.  For the more adventurous among us there is a Volcano venue, underwater caves, the opportunity to ride a manta ray or even Nessie, and everywhere you look there is something different to explore.  This ballroom and sim offer romantic dancing, music, and atmosphere, but it also has the opportunity for hours of entertainment.  I've already been back several times exploring since I found it, and will not include everything because it would ruin the surprise...  Let's just say there is a bit of everything from the magical to the more expected for romance.  The creator has put time and effort into the sim and it shows, it is a wonderful experience.  This sim is rated G.

Sunday, December 9, 2012

I just love dancing don't you? Jaded Exonar reporting ....

With the holiday season upon us, and parties waiting around every corner, this is the perfect time to pull out your very best dance moves!  This is often harder than it might seem in Second Life!  

Remember the days when you had to click on a dance ball and hold your breath as your gorgeous avatar jolted and jiggled across the floor like an anathematized patient?  Or perhaps when you clicked your shiny new chimera, only to watch yourself dancing a little robotically, or even just a bit unrealistically?  Well, I certainly do!  Recently there has been a dance revolution, with the new advances and availability of motion capture technology, moves are more fluid and natural then ever - And from the very crème of this new delicious breakthrough, comes  'Humanoid'.  The Humanoid team not only use the latest in motion capture technology to bring us those smooth moves, but have taken it a step further.  Using a team of real life dancers, Markus Adkins represents this amazing breakthrough brand.