This time I went through my Spotify archive of playlists that were created years ago and found one that perfectly complements the current playlist collection. Although I did not smoke Hookah since years, I just retained the original playlist name not to change the playlist’s vibe and intention back in 2015. Since then, the playlist was filled with appropriate hot urban music. So, enjoy another Spotify playlist “handcrafted” by AlbrechtProductions!Continue reading →
Sometimes you need a soundtrack to get in focus mode whether you need to write a term paper, read a book or concentrate otherwise. The problem I face with the music I commonly like to listen to is that the songs contain vocals in most cases. The vocals’ melody and lyrics interfere my concentration because they include too many information and are too vibrant to act as ambient music. Therefore, instrumentals are a good choice. In my case, I like to listen to urban instrumentals (hip-hop/rap and R&B) because of its loop-ish structure and grooviness. Try out my new BEATS Spotify playlist and see if you can increase your concentration and kill the dull silence around you! 😉
Tomorrow is Christmas Eve! Hopefully, you are not too much under Christmas stress and could handle all the necessary errands for the great day when you will spend the days with your sweethearts. Even if some remaining tasks are waiting for you, I recommend you to take a rest for a few minutes and enjoy Santa Claus’ Spotify playlist. If I could not convince you to take a timeout, you still can use the playlist as your Christmas preparation soundtrack while you are cooking or wrapping the gifts for your partner, family members or your super-excited children. All I can say is that that playlist is handpicked by Santa himself and is exclusively brought to you by AlbrechtProductions. As you will recognise, Santa Claus likes various styles of Christmas songs – what about you? Enjoy listening 🙂
Every musician or beat producer knows that situation: you finished your new original song and want to make it available for the public on all major digital music stores and common streaming services. Previously, several providers offered this service next to other services like the collection of royalties in exchange for a subscription fee or a fee per release and year. Tunecore, Spinnup (pay per release) and Ditto Music and Distrokid (annual subscription fee) are some known providers of that kind in the distribution sector. But there is a trend that seems to change the fundamentals of the digital distribution market – free distribution for musicians!
I thought it is time for another playlist-related article because it has been a while when I posted the last one. This time, we talk a little bit about one of my favourite alcoholic drinks and the related Spotify playlists I created for each of them. Someday, my interest in drinks (especially in spirits), their production process and used resources began, and since then I love to enjoy a small glass of good spirit on Friday or Saturday evenings. All the more if I am in good company, I often have the desire to accompany the “consumption” with music. But often, we could not directly find a to the situation and the drink matching playlist, so I started to created ones.
The United Kingdom is one of the most important countries all over the world in the music industry and history. Therefore, its capital London plays a central role in this particular field of business by setting trends and bringing out global super stars. In the recent decades, London based artists like Adele, Amy Winehouse, Coldplay and Pink Floyd have been the world’s best-selling recording artists. Let’s take a closer look…
As I work day and night on the mixes of the actual “von Berg” studio EP project, you are possibly laying in a hammock at a beautiful beach or sipping a tasty cocktail at a bar. But maybe you are just at home on the couch taking a break from the everyday life. I am sure that this begs for a playlist – you really need a soundtrack for your situation… 😎☝🏼
In the digital age, we have to recognise that our technology rapidly developed over the last two decades and therefore our daily life. Based on these changes we constantly modify our media consumption. We obtain more and more possibilities (e.g. streaming) and an everyday growing supply of entertainment. About one year ago I was far away from being familiar with music genres like metal core or post hardcore. But then the following happened….