Best Music Trends in Fall 2019

As the early morning air starts to be a little chilly, you know that fall is finally here. The pumpkin season is the perfect time to enjoy a long stroll home from the office, rummage your closet for your comfiest sweater, and indulge in delicious foods. Fall also signals that it is finally time for you to have a new playlist.

This fall 2019, new music albums were released to complement the chilly weather. Below are some of the best songs that you have to include in your playlist to listen to while carving a pumpkin, picking some apples, or doing whatever you feel like doing this fall.

Feel free to read on to know what kind of music trends are in demand this fall to unleash your musicality.

Champion by Bishop Briggs

How would life be if the world you live in is a world where your vulnerability is what makes you powerful? This is the kind of question Bishop Briggs hoped to ask through her new single Champion. She did this and more. Briggs is set to go on a tour so if you think you are finally ready to heal your bruises and give a good fight, don’t forget to reserve your ticket.

Waste by Dove Cameron

The very first singles on the forthcoming album of Dove Cameron, as well as the first original songs that she co-wrote, surprised many music lovers because of their sound. This is complex and arranged in such a way that suits her voice, seemingly inspired by Radiohead and filtered through several more contemporary methods of pop production.

Get Happy by Sam Smith and Renee Zellweger

Two music icons joined hands to sing their own interpretation of one of the greatest songbook classics of America for Judy soundtrack.

I Hope You’re Happy Now by Lee Brice and Carly Pearce

After Carly Pearce’s successful debut in country charts with her previous album, she is returning with another brand new song. The first track is the duet with Lee Brice. It tells the story of wishing the best of luck to an ex for their next relationship.

Shameless by Camila Cabello

Love was the focus of Romance, Cabello’s second album. The exploration was perfectly timed considering how the public is fascinated with her whispered romance with another music star, Shawn Mendes. During a press release, Cabello said that the songs are the story of her life for the past few years and stories she gathered. She added that she has long known that she wanted to call her album Romance because the stories all talk about falling in love.

Holy Terrain by FKA twigs ft. Future

After working on her second album for the past three years, FKA twigs is set to release Magdalene on the 25th of October. Twigs said during the press release that for the very first time, the process of making the album gave her the chance in a real way to search for compassion when she was the most fractured, confused, and ungraceful. She stopped judging herself and found hope at that moment in Magdalene and she was forever grateful to her.

Wood versus Metal Stair Stringers and Stair Treads

For those of you who have a knack for architecture and engineering, you might want to know more about this stuff.

What is a stair stringer?

A stair stringer also called string or stringer board is the board where treads and risers are attached. Can be found on both sides parallel to each other.

Staircases have two on each side. If the stairs are built along the wall, then that wall will be called a wall stringer since the treads and risers are fixed on it.

Types of stringers:

WOOD

Wood stringers come in different wood varieties and are the backbone of the staircase. They add warmth and hominess to your place. It has an aesthetic and functional use that will last more than a lifetime.

  • Pre-cut: you can find this on your local handyman stores, give them your measurement, and they will give what you’re looking for ready to install.
  • Uncut: if you’re up for a challenge and want to cut the stringers yourself, then there are available wood stringers for you.
  • Pressure treated: usually for outdoor decks and stairs. Pressure treated will resist termite and fungal attack for years.

METAL

Metal stringers are quite common today since it has a lot of advantages.

  • Cost-effective: metal is much more affordable than wood since it is moulded along to fit perfectly on your stairs. It is also easily installed than wood, bolted on with a screw and that’s it.
  • Low maintenance: No need to varnish, sealing or staining that wood requires from time to time. Have a very high resistance to temperature, and suitable for indoor and outdoor use.
  • Resilient: Metal stringers and stairs are very resistant to changes in weather changes, termite and mould attacks. Metals from manufacturers are usually treated to be rust and corrosion proof.
  • Excellent investment: metal will last for a very long time, making them a great investment as compared to its counterpart.

Stair Treads

The horizontal part where we step on, in a stairwell. A good stair tread should be firm, stable, and slip-resistant.

Wooden stair treads

Provide great aesthetic value to your staircase, and improves the overall appearance of your house. Wood is known for its clean and elegant look, and with wooden stair treads will make your stair area genuinely unique.

Metal stair treads

With the limits of available wood today, metal treads are preferred than concrete treads.

They have a few advantages:

  • Lightweight compared to cement.
  • Easier to install since you don’t have to wait for the cement to dry and cure. Cuts labour cost and time when fitted on your building or houses.
  • More affordable than wood or concrete.
  • Safe since metal can be donned with an anti-slip surface and lights can be placed together with metal stair treads as compared to poorly lit concrete stairs.

An increasing number of households are also using plastic treads and stair stringers, but they are less durable than wood, metal or concrete materials. Whichever material you will choose, consider what is best for you. You need to weigh the cost of the items and of course labour fees when it comes to fitting.