Top 5 Songs For April 2014

5. Sam Smith x Nile Rodgers x Disclosure x Jimmy Napes – Together

Chill or what? With a generous helping of Disclosure ❤

4. NeoGeo – Lips

I had no idea Neo had made a progressive house style track! I would’ve been alllll over it!

…Not that I wasn’t when I heard it 😉

3. Neo Geo – Main

That’s right, Neo Geo has taken 2 spots for this months Top 5 – he is an incredible artist who deserves so much more recognition, spending months at a time on his tracks. Ya’ll can really feel the passion in his latest Future Garage track ‘Main’. And let me just say, it’s considerably more challenging and time consuming to complete and flesh out a track of this length!

Entrancing.

2. Glimpse & Katrine Stenbekk – Glacier

Glimpse has done an amazing job on this track and has rightly earned a place in my Top 5 again this month! Future garage go!

 

As for the top music track of April 2014…

1. Sigma – Nobody To Love (Sigma’s Future Jungle Mix)

It’s not often a drum and bass track makes its way to number one on the charts, here in the UK. Listen and you’ll surely see why this one did…

A splendidly powerful track.

That’s all for now folks! These were my Top 5 Songs for April 2014! Look forward to next month’s roundup!

Peace.

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“The bleak future of Bitcoin in the UK”

Blog post written in response to: https://www.scirra.com/blog/tom/4/bitcoins-uk-future-looks-bleak?action=lastpage&t=1386374090922#lastcomment

I recently looked into Bitcoin (yesterday) since it seems to have so much potential for change in the way our money works because right now there’s a horrid cycle we’ve gotten ourselves into with the banks and whatnot.

To me, it seems that they misunderstand Bitcoin and I don’t particularly blame them – I still do not completely understand it myself yet and there’s a lot I have to research and figure out before I can even get involved.

If somehow we could shift over to Bitcoin with more merchants involved, it could become a primary currency and the bank would fall into equilibrium with healthy competition – if my current understanding is correct.

Video of interest: www.youtube.com/watch?v=mII9NZ8MMVM