Tuesday, November 13, 2018

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Is there a link between a country’s wealth and its number of metal bands?

A recent study published by City Lab and the Martin Prosperity Institute points out that heavy metal holds less sway in its postindustrial origin...

The Science Of The Pit: Physics study compares moshing to molecules

A physics/sociology study conducted by Jesse Silverberg and Matt Bierbaum, doctoral students at Cornell University, has found that crowd behaviors at metal shows, deemed "extreme...

Music Fans torrent 759 million songs in six months, Gainesville, FL named America’s “pirate...

A new report released by MusicMetric--the first of its kind--shows that Americans torrented more than 97 million albums (78%) and singles (22%) during the...

Study: What merch is the most profitable?

Digital Music News recently collaborated with merchandise company Jakprints to research the average cost of creating goods versus the retail price. The following graph...

Study: popular music has become more “sad-sounding” over time

A new psychology study has found that popular music has become more sad-sounding over the years. Using a sample comprised of 1,000 Top 40 songs...

Study: Men are best selling artists by nearly 2-to-1 margin

A study of the best-selling artists in the past five years shows that men outsell women by a nearly 2:1 margin. The data was...

New study shows teens listen to music most through YouTube, radio still dominates music...

A new study from Nielsen that surveyed 3,000 online participants has revealed that teens are using YouTube as their largest source for consuming music...

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