Friday, April 26, 2019

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Report finds musicians only receive 12% of the $43 billion the music industry makes

A new report has found that musicians in the United States only received 12% of the $43 billion revenue the music industry made in...
Music headphones

Empathetic people get more joy out of music, study finds

Ever wonder why metalheads can often be the nicest people? Apparently, those who more intensely understand the pain or pleasure of others find more...
Millennials hair & phones

Nearly half of millennials would choose their phone over shampoo

Almost half of millennials would rather give up shampooing for a week than stop using their phones, according to a survey over at Business...

Mainstream pop music exhibits more sadness than ever, study finds

Does pop music contain more sadness than ever before? A new music study that analyzed hundreds of thousands of songs from the past three...

Psychopaths tend to prefer these two songs, according to a study

Can one’s taste in music reveal a psychopathic streak? A recent study reportedly shows a link between music and psychopathy, and the details seem...

Going to concerts can help you live longer, study claims

Does a gig a day keep the doctor away? Regularly attending concerts can apparently increase your life span and boost wellbeing, according to a new...

Research shows Spotify is changing the way songs are titled

Do you think song titles have changed much over the past few years? Maybe you've thought they've used more unique words? Or even gotten...

Study says BMTH, Marilyn Manson fans are more neurotic, less agreeable

If you’re a fan of Bring Me The Horizon, would you consider yourself a little neurotic? Maybe not-so-conscientious? Well, according to a study by researchers...

Pizza a healthier breakfast food than cereal, dietitian says

In the latest dietary news—from a nutrition expert who's clearly doing the Lord's work—a piece of pizza may be a more beneficial breakfast food...

Study shows metal music is good for your brain

Need a reason to crank up the jams? Listening to metal music can actually improve your mental health, according to a new study published...

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