Thursday, August 22, 2019

Tag: study

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...

’80s metalheads are doing just fine 30 years later, study says

It’s widely known that metal was (and at times, still is) looked down upon by those outside of the community. A recent study led...

You stop listening to new music at age 33, study says

When you reach 33 years or older, you will stop discovering new music, according to a new online study. New research, based on U.S....

Some fans now spend more than half the time at concerts on their phones

A recent study conducted by Ticketfly surveyed concert-going adults to find out just how much they’re using their phones at live events—and the results...

What happens to the “cool” kids after high school?

A new study published in the Child Development journal followed a group of 184 “cool” kids around for 10 years, starting at age 13...

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...

Vinyl sales up over 40 percent, album sales down in first half of 2014

Nielsen Entertainment recently published their mid-year music industry report for 2014. The study contained statistics regarding the top selling albums and singles (both physical and digital), and a...

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...