This is actually my second time writing this, as the first version was cliche and well, badly written. I'm Daniel Gronow, a sixteen year old with a passion for music. Music to get to sleep, music to work, music on the walk from school. So, after musing over my passion for a while, I decided to cultivate it. Hence, Music Dissection was born. Name-wise, my nick-name is Doctor, for reasons you don't need to know, so I thought I'd stick with the theme. I actually got into music late in life, after listening to a lot of radio mainstream stuff, which isn't really that good. The mainstream pop you hear on the radio is produced. It comes from guys who want to make money, whereas the less well-known artists tend to care more about making music, which I like. Therefore, you'll find a lot more of the latter on this blog, as opposed to the former. Every so often I'll peek from behind my curtain and dissect something very well-known, but I want to keep that as a rare event. Every genre goes in my book. Jazz, rap, rock, pop and folk? Sure. Every Sunday I have a weekly classics, where I post a pretty old classic, and hopefully one you mightn't have heard of! You can send me albums or requests if you check out the contact page up there, but if you keep listening to music and visiting often, then I'm smilin'!