Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Tag: study

Yes, aggressive music can actually be good for you

In the Falling In Reverse song “I’m Not A Vampire,” Ronnie Radke sings, “Hi, my name is Ronnie/I’m an addict/Daddy should have never raised...

Amazing interactive graphic defines punk with numbers

It’s a never-ending debate: What really is punk? Music, fashion and lifestyle all play into to that definition—however, when it’s time to really get down...

Musicians are three times more likely to be depressed, says new study

A new study conducted by Help Musicians UK in conjunction with University of Westminster has found musicians may be three times more susceptible to depression...

Independent musicians face significant challenges with business communication, study says

People who get their start in music may not fully realize the business aspect of the industry, and a new study from North Carolina...

Listening to music with others reduces stress, study says

Concerts may be better for you than originally thought. According to a new study from the International Society of Psychoneuroendocrinology, listening to music with...

Live music reduces stress, says new study

According to a new study from the Centre For Performance Science in London, experiencing live music can reduce a person’s level of stress hormones.  Read...

“Should I worry if my child is goth?” asks British newspaper

A popular British newspaper, The Guardian, has shared a new think-piece that responds to a study in The Lancet Psychiatry, which suggests your child is...

Goths aren’t actually more depressed than everyone else

According to a recent study from Oxford University, teenagers who identify with goth subculture at the age of 15 have three times the risk of...

Fans of pop music are the most close-minded, study says

A new study conducted by McMaster University's Digital Music Lab has revealed which music fans are most open-minded, as well as those who are...

“LOL” is becoming obsolete, study says

According to a recent Facebook study, there’s a good chance you don’t use “LOL” anymore, but rather choose a simple “haha,” or the ever-popular...

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