Music and How It Moves Me #SeHablaMusica

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I can’t remember the first time I heard music… but I do remember the first album I ever owned. I was no more than 6 years old and I had hijacked it from my mom’s record collection. I had a little plastic Fisher Price record player, and I would listen for the coast to be clear. Then, I would get Michael Jackson’s Off the Wall album out of it’s massive cardboard record holder, and place the needle down on song #2 and start swinging and dancing “Girl…close your eyes…”

My love of music has remained and I developed a taste for music of all kinds. Lately, my love has been the beautiful rhythmic latin music. From Shakira to Jesse y Joy, my ears know what they like and I still swing around my bedroom to each and every melody.


What better way to envelope myself with the magic of music than by tuning the rest of the world out with a pair of amazing, crystal clear headphones. Emilio Estevez’s Sound Machine by Monster is just the pair to take me away on a musical adventure.


They are noise cancelling, sturdy yet soft on my ears and when I wear them, it’s like my own private concert wherever I am. Plus, I kinda look awesome in them.


With headphones like these, every note, beat and melody is dancing in your eyes and speaking to you in the way only music can. By creating memories and letting your heart remember just how it felt to put that needle on that tiny turn table.


One lucky reader will win one Emilio Estevez Sound Machine Over Ear Headphones valued at $149! Just enter on the form below. Ends 6/26 at 11:59pm EST, US only- void where prohibited. Good luck!


  1. marian boll says

    I would LOVE this prize……I am hard of hearing and have to play my equipment so loud I upset my poor hubby….this would be so great…Yes please!!!

  2. Michael Murray says

    Back in the day, I used to DJ in the clubs and received lots of new music and met artist via “Pools.’ In today’s social networking, I find a lot of things on YouTube, music sites, etc. Of course I still have my “friends” in the industry who when new artist are in town, I seem to meet them and get at least a free CD.

  3. Jennifer says

    I get out! I listen to the radio, go to shows and listen to what other’s are listening to!

  4. Vanessa Aguirre says

    My favorite way to find new artists and songs is by listening to the radio and Pandora!

  5. Tammy S says

    A lot of times I find new music by listening to what my kids are playing. I also find new music on the radio, Youtube and Pandora.

  6. Shemp DeYoung (@shempgames) says

    My current favorite way to discover new music is they have lots of free downloads of new music from a variety of different artists.

  7. Joseph Stowell says

    I listen to internet radio (typically and every once in a while I hear something that I’ve never heard before and it really grabs me.

  8. Mary A says

    I’m not one to listen to music. If I win this I would give it to my dh. He finds most of his music on itunes, trying them out and buying what he wants.

  9. shelby says

    I search for ‘similar artists’ on tastekid to find new people to listen to that are like the ‘old’ people I already listen too

  10. Susan Johnson says

    Aside from listening to a variety of radio stations, I usually get recommendations from friends and family, because I don’t have all of the new technological gadgets everyone else does, and am old enough that I no longer keep up on who’s “cool”.

  11. lisagee1234 says

    iTunes radio is free and I find a lot of great music by going there. You have to have iTunes on your computer.

  12. nicole barr says

    I like to listen to spotify or pandora to find new music or I like listening to the radio

  13. Brandon lemme says

    I tend to find that the best way to discover new music is from people. Music is a global phenomenon that allows people from all over the world share a common interest. Some of the most unique and beautiful music I have ever heard came from someone else. Someone who has lived a completely different life, thus creating a different taste in music that I would not have. People = Music, and music makes the world go round.

    Brandon Lemme

  14. Sandy Cain says

    Always on the TV – they run the latest videos, and I fond new music, and new artists like thyat. I love finding new musical treasures. Viva la musica!!

  15. Geoff K says

    I usually rely on Pandora and Spotify to recommend new artists, and I also read up on new music in magazines like Paste and Rolling Stone.

  16. Donna Cheatle says

    My kids! They are constantly telling me “Mom, you have to hear this, you’ll like so and so!”

  17. Tabathia B says

    I usually just search different radio stations, watch mtv videos, and sometimes I just use pandora

  18. K.Pugh says

    I find new music and artist all around me. Online, word of mouth, magazine articles.
    Thanks for the chance.

  19. Melissa Nagy says

    I shuffle a variety of stations off of Pandora so I can see the artists and names of the songs.

  20. wendy b says

    Hmmm….great question….one way is through movies that I watch. I will immediately google the lyrics and find out who sings it.

  21. April Yedinak says

    I find some through Amazon’s Rising Artists each month and when I like a song on a tv show, I find out what it is.

  22. Chris Martinez says

    I usually find new music through Spotify. They have a related artist section, so I can hear artists that are similar to what I like.

  23. Jaque R. says

    I am a high school teacher so I get most of my new music info from my students. :-) Thank you.

  24. Ellie W says

    I usually find new artists/songs on my car radio. Or online when a friend posts a link.

  25. Leslie S. says

    I usually find new artists on either you tube.I also find them by the recommendations of artists I like(from twitter and facebook posts).

  26. Carolyn M says

    One of my sons is musician/songwriter, and he frequently posts links to great music recorded by his friends and other recordings he has found. He keeps me busy listening.


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