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What happened to Hillydilly?

Hillydilly’s Tweets To all our readers + users: After 13 years of music discovery, we will be formally shutting down on April 30. We want to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for being with us all these years, sharing and listening to some of the best new music out.

What is Hillydilly? is a website dedicated to unearthing new music, pushing only the best, and ultimately, connecting the average music fan to all good music out. Whatever the genre, whenever and wherever it’s found—all They care about is SIMPLY GOOD MUSIC, and we’ll do whatever it takes to bring it all to light.

How is music discovered?

Our early ancestors may have created rhythmic music by clapping their hands. This may be linked to the earliest musical instruments, when somebody realized that smacking stones or sticks together doesn’t hurt your hands as much. So, we know that music is old, and may have been with us from when humans first evolved.

What is music discovery?

Music discovery is a highly personal experience It is not only about new music or emerging artists. Nearly half of respondents said they were satisfied hearing songs from their favorite artists, while 26% spend a lot of time seeking new songs and artists that they had not heard before.

Why was music made?

Music emerged to help people coordinate their movements while they engaged in productive activities. Charles Darwin, the proponent of the theory of evolution by the process of natural selection has a rather interesting view on the origin of music. He related music as a form of sexual attraction.

Who created music?

They usually put forward several answers, including crediting a character from the Book of Genesis named Jubal, who was said to have played the flute, or Amphion, a son of Zeus, who was given the lyre. One popular story from the Middle Ages credits the Greek philosopher Pythagoras as the inventor of music.