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Study shows metal music is good for your brain
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 in the Journal of Community Psychology. Looks like it's time to start headbanging! Read more: Study explains why we don't like new music In "Contextualizing the Mental Health of Metal Youth: A Community for Social Protection, Identity and Musical Empowermen
Turns out zombies tend to be the fast ones, according to neuroscience
Turns out zombies tend to be the fast ones, according to neuroscience
Real-life "zombies" are the fast ones, says neuroscience. The lazy, lumbering spectres seen in classic horror flicks like Night Of The Living Dead just don't compare to our closest experience of zombification: Sleepwalking. Read more: 10 essential odes to zombies Contrary to the slow pace of the fictional walking dead, those who "rise from the dead of sleep" tend to be pretty s
Color-changing hair dye exists, and we’re definitely not okay
Color-changing hair dye exists, and we’re definitely not okay
Let's face it: We all wish we could change our hair color all the time. However, we also don't want to permanently damage our beautiful locks. It's a problem that Lauren Bowker has solved. She's a data visualization expert who integrates science with fashion, and her newest creation is hair dye that changes color. Read more: He... Read More ... Read More ...
These songs are the most effective at getting you out of bed in the morning, according to science
These songs are the most effective at getting you out of bed in the morning, according to science
In order to create the perfect wake-up playlist, Spotify enlisted music psychologist and Cambridge PhD, David M. Greenberg. After breaking down the wake-up formula into the three categories of music that builds, positivity and a strong beat, the following 20 tracks were chosen, (via Business Insider) ...
Why do people mosh?
Why do people mosh?
As far as our scene as a whole is concerned, moshing is embedded into our culture. For many of us, push pits, circle pits, slam dancing and more are just second nature when we go to a show. But why? What makes us want to run into each other while music is being performed ...
Incredible music video shows how the elements react to music
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 impacting with elements like fire, water and sand makes for a gorgeous music video. Water spirals, metal particles jump and flames dance in this science experiment-like video for Nigel Stanford’s “Cymatics.” Check it out below vi ...
Why can’t goths, jocks and emo kids all be friends in high school?
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 age, class, ethnic background, fashion choices—and others are not. What educational environment would, say, make the goth and the jock more likely to be friends and not segregated into cliques? The ...
Science (ft. member of Frank Iero’s band), “Asteroids” song premiere
Science (ft. member of Frank Iero’s band), “Asteroids” song premiere
Listen to former AP&R band Science’s new song, “Asteroids.” The track is taken from the band’s upcoming album, 20XX, which will be released in early 2015. The group features guitarist Evan Nestor, who plays guitar in Frnkiero Andthe Cellabration (Frank Iero of My Chemical Romance’s new band). Check out the song below, and le ...

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