Friday, May 24, 2019

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Incredible music video shows how the elements react to music

“All of the experiments in this video are real,” the text at the begging of the video reads. The sound frequencies from different speakers...

Top 1 percent of musicians earn 77 percent of all revenue from recorded music

Things haven’t been looking too bright for the music industry lately: Digital downloads are dropping, CDs are archaic and streaming services like Spotify aren’t...

New mobile tech will change music to suit your mood, movement

According to Norway’s the Local, scientists at a the University of Oslo have developed a new software that will change the music you’re listening...

Should bands tell fans how to behave at shows?

The Atlantic recently ran an interesting article looking at the increasing tensions in the artist-audience relationship. In the piece, author Elizabeth Flock addresses the...

Why can’t goths, jocks and emo kids all be friends in high school?

A recent study published by Stanford University looks at why cliques thrive in some schools more than others. Some schools are fiercely segregated by...

Blazing meteor interrupts concert

During their set at Fun Fun Fun Fest Saturday night, Modest Mouse played the song “Space Travel Is Boring,” which is a pretty funny coincidence....

See a vinyl record at 1000x magnification

The Dangerous Minds blog recently dug up these awesome microscopic images of a vinyl record and stylus. The photograph below shows the stylus needle...

Infographic shows the vinyl revival in full force

Superfi have put together this great, detailed infographic—"The Rise Of Digital Vs. The Vinyl Revival"—that shows the growth of vinyl sales in the U.S....

It’s official: Emo music actually makes you feel better

Music can have all sorts of strange/interesting effects on the human brain. One of the more interesting effects is that sad music can actually...

Hear the music NASA launched into space to communicate with aliens

NASA launched the Voyager 1 space probe in 1977 to explore the boundaries of our solar system. Aside from beaming back key data on...

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