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Choice Cuts: Check Out July’s Best New Royalty Free Music

first_imgEnergize your video projects with our favorite new royalty-free tracks.Pop in your earbuds and explore a brand-new batch of bouncing beats, blistering rockers, and breezy ambient tracks. Don’t think of this as a simple invitation to hear the latest additions to our royalty-free music library — consider it a chance to experience the freshly submitted sounds that moved and inspired our curation team the most in July. We’re pumped about these tracks, and we’re excited to finally share them with you.This month’s playlist leads off with “Panther” from Harrison Amer, a propulsive tribal/trap banger that’s perfect for a high-energy montage or establishing shot. It’s loaded with momentum-building percussive energy that firmly and clearly states, “All right, it’s go time. Let’s do this.”Image via guruXOX.If you’re looking to make a statement a little closer to “All right, it’s go time. Let’s party,” take a listen to “That’s Right” by Pop Villains. This track is legit funk, with ripping horns dancing atop a solid, strutting groove. There are some serious Morris Day and the Time vibes going on with this one.Here’s another highlight: “Back in 80s” by Denis. This is on-the-nose, retro-synth authenticity at its finest. While the song might be a little too playful for your Stranger Things homage, it’s certainly tubular enough for all of your other throwback needs.Image via lolostock.In addition to these noteworthy tracks, you’ll hear staff-picked songs that cover just about any mood you can think of — pomp and circumstance, doom and gloom, peace and love . . . you name it. Be the first on your block to use one of these vital new releases with a simple $49 Standard License that lets you use the track in as many of your videos as you want. In the meantime, all right. It’s go time. Let’s explore July’s best in the playlist below.Cover image via Indigo Photo Club.Header image via Soifer.Playlist header image via BrAt82.Looking for more royalty-free music playlists? Check these out.2019’s Most Important Film Score Trend: Experimental Ambient MusicCreative Zeitgeist: 2019 Royalty Free Music Trends PlaylistMake Your Cuts Shine with Royalty-Free Transition MusicCreative Royalty-Free Intro Music for Better Viewer EngagementFresh Tracks: Hear June’s Best New Royalty Free Musiclast_img

Gita Mahotsav begins in Kurukshetra

first_imgKurukshetra (Hr), Dec 6 (PTI) The International Gita Mahotsav-2016 began today here sans festivities in view of the death of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa.President Pranab Mukherjee cancelled his scheduled visit to Kurukshetra in Haryana for the inauguration of the Mahotsav in view of the death of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister.The Mahotsav commenced, amid chanting of hymns and Gita Pujan performed by Haryana Governor Kaptan Singh Solanki and Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar.The Mahotsav is being organised to mark Gita Jayanti from December 6 to 10.Reaching the sports complex of Kurukshetra University here, the Governor and Chief Minister met the 574 delegates from different districts of the country representing an equal number of shlokas of Shreemad Bhagavad Gita, who had arrived for the Mahotsav.They later reached Purshottampura Bagh, Brahma Sarovar, where they, along with the Ministers and other dignitaries, performed Gita Pujan amid chanting of hymns.Earlier, President cancelled his visit for the Mahotsav.”President (Pranab Mukherjee) has decided not to come for the inauguration of the International Gita Mahotsav-2016 in view of the demise of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa,” Khattar told PTI.President was to inaugurate the International Gita Mahotsav-2016 at Brahma Sarovar and the international seminar on Gita at Shri MadBhagwat Geeta Auditorium at Kurukshetra University here.Haryana Governor while addressing the gathering said that Presidents visit to Kurukshetra was cancelled because of the death of Tamil Nadu CM.”Sometimes man proposes and God disposes. But his (Presidents) blessings are with us and I hope in remaining days of the event, he will come once,” said Solanki.advertisementHaryana government observed one-day state mourning as a mark of respect to J. Jayalalithaa. The National Flag was flying at half-mast and no official entertainment was held.At the crafts mela, the beating of drums and dances, which were being performed on the banks of Brahmsarovar for the last four days were stopped.The Governor and Chief Minister inspected the model of Gita Gyan Sansthanam, where research on all aspects of the Bhagavad Gita would be carried out.The Governor said the entire world would gain knowledge of the Gita through the Gita Gyan Sansthanam, which would inculcate moral values in every person. MORE PTI SUN CHS RGlast_img

Wimbledon 2017: Novak Djokovic trounces Adam Pavlasek in punishing heat

first_imgNovak Djokovic raced into the Wimbledon third round for the ninth year running, with a 6-2 6-2 6-1 drubbing of tournament debutant Adam Pavlasek on a sweltering Court One on Thursday.The three-time champion was in relentless form in the 30 Celsius heat. He pinned his Czech opponent behind the baseline with unerring groundstrokes off both wings, moving him from side to side and forcing error after error.Pavlasek was playing his childhood idol and the 22-year-old, ranked 136, appeared overawed by the occasion. He rarely tested the Serbian second seed, who is looking to salvage his season after losing his Australian and French Open crowns.It was 30-year-old Djokovic’s first full match at this year’s championships after his first-round opponent retired hurt with the Serb leading 6-3 2-0. He will next play the winner of the clash between Argentina’s Juan Martin del Potro and Latvian Ernests Gulbis.Through in 93 minutes…Novak Djokovic wins 6-2, 6-2, 6-1 against Adam Pavlasek.#Wimbledon pic.twitter.com/DT16RNPZpS- Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) 6 July 2017last_img

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