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Tech Review: Massdrop X Sennheiser HD 6xx

TLDR (too long didn’t read): Pros: For its price nothing compares to its sound quality Vibrant and exciting sound Comfortable Open-back Cons: Bulky The sound is not the best when using your phone/ipod Open-back (no noise isolation) When Massdrop announced that they were going to do a collaboration with Sennheiser I was extremely excited about it. Not to mention, they’ll be redoing the iconic Sennheiser HD 650s. If you are wondering, “What is the Sennheiser HD 650s?”, it is widely known in the audio community for being the best headphones in town. So when Massdrop announced the ‘drop’ their whole site essentially crashed as so many people wanted to get their hands on this pair of headphones. I was one of the lucky 5000 people who manage to get into the drop. (YAY!!!!) First of all, I would like to start off with the un-boxing experience. It was A-M-A-Z-I-N-G. After opening the box, you will be greeted by this sleek hardcover box. When you open it, you can instantly tell that it was a good …

Do You Hear What I Hear – June

Aluna George – Best Be Believing (Ta-ku Remix) Dillon Francis & Martin Garrix – Set Me Free Ta-ku – CaseyBanks Mura Masa – Firefly (ft. Nao) Flume – Some Minds feat. Andrew Wyatt Elliot Moss – Slip Alina Baraz & Galimatias – Maybe Oh Wonder – Livewire This month’s playlist is highly influenced by the change of seasons. With the winter vibes going on, the songs that I’ve been listening to have been leaning towards mellow electronic vibes. Give it a listen and feel free to let me know what you think. 🙂

Do You Hear What I Hear – May

New Navy – Zimbabwe (Flume Remix) Radical Face – Welcome Home Banks – Beggin For Thread (Gryffin & Hotel Garuda Remix) Jarryd James – Do You Remember Aquilo – Human (Marian Hill Remix) Chet Faker – No Diggity Kygo – ID (Ultra Music Festival 2015 Anthem) Vance Joy – Mess Is Mine (The Sunday Sessions Live) I’ve always had a varied taste of music genres. This playlist will give you a peek into the range of songs that I listen to as well as those that have been on constant repeat throughout the month. I hope you enjoy this! 🙂

17 Songs Every 90s Kid Should Know

Raise your hands, if you were born in the 90’s and grew up listening to songs from the millenniums! As a 90’s kid, I take pride in the quality of music that was popular during our generation. We had such talented artist who made amazing music. Let me take you down the memory lane with 17 songs you almost forgot. No worries, you can thank me later. 1. Backstreet Boys – As Long as You Love Me Before Justin Bieber and One direction even made it to this planet, we had Backstreet Boys! Backstreet Boys were one of the first few boy bands that made it big during the 2000’s. 2. N’sync – Bye Bye Bye Just like the Backstreet Boys, N’Sync was a big craze during this period of time. N’Sync and Backstreet Boys were always going head to head when it came to their fan base and music. Honestly speaking, I am a total N’sync girl.. I mean come on, how can you resist that cute baby face of Justin Timberlake and that sexy demeanor of …