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MUSEUM MONDAYS: ICELANDIC INDIE MUSIC

Have you ever fallen asleep on a plane and woken up in a fairy tale? A inexplicable landscape, blanketed in breathtaking sights that seem extraterrestrial. Wax Museum had a once in a lifetime chance to experience this in Iceland in June of 2013 armed with a tiny rental car, a tent, and an opportunity to…



MUSEUM MONDAYS: CLASSIC GENRE MIXUP WITH DAVID GUETTA by Wax Museum

For this month’s instalment of Museum Mondays, Wax Museum decided to profile one of the DJ/Producers responsible for the surge in electronic influenced Top 40, David Guetta.

 

For a little history on Guetta, we can look back…



MUSEUM MONDAYS: THE INFLUENCE OF DUBSTEP IN TOP 40 by Wax Museum

The Influence of Dubstep in Top 40

Now, a few year after the dubstep craze has come and almost gone, we’re going to assume you know what we’re talking about. When we first heard it we thought; no way is this going to make it into the…



MUSEUM MONDAYS: TOP 40’S BASTARDIZATION OF HOUSE MUSIC

This month’s topic is the introduction of Top 40 artists sampling house songs and rapping over them. While ViVi was certain the 2008 Mims remix of Enur’s ‘Calabria’ had spurred this phenomenon, of course, Pitbull was the…



MUSEUM MONDAYS: KE$HA – DIE YOUNG

Amidst the media stir around electro-pop idol Ke$ha’s ‘Die Young,’ Wax Museum still chose to look at the influence of electronica on the track – and not it’s perceived influence on the shooting in Newton.

Perhaps this article should actually be about Dr.Luke, the producer of this and many other…