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Green Day, the Killers, more listed in dangerous songs for driving study
Green Day, the Killers, more listed in dangerous songs for driving study
Let's face it, we're all guilty of turning up our music just a bit louder when our favorite tracks come on. It's hard not to let the music take over as you scream lyrics from the top of your lungs out the car windows. However, according to a recent study, certain songs by Green Day, the Killers and more could put you at risk for dangerous driving...
‘13 Reasons Why’ gets second study linking show to teen suicide spike
‘13 Reasons Why’ gets second study linking show to teen suicide spike
Last month, in a study done by National Institutes of Health, researchers suggested that 13 Reasons Why was linked to a spike in teen suicide. Netflix released a statement in regards to the study stating they were "looking into the research,” which they say conflicts with another study from the University Of Pennsylvania in which suicide rates dropped. Now, a second study conduc...
Heavy metal is now the fastest-growing genre worldwide
Heavy metal is now the fastest-growing genre worldwide
TuneCore has revealed the fastest-growing genre worldwide based off their streaming and download numbers for 2018, and we couldn't be more pleased with the results. Put up those horns metal fans, this one is for you. Read more: Here's every Marvel movie in perfect viewing order The New York based company provides distribution, publishing and licensing services for independent artists, allowing the
’13 Reasons Why’ may have hand in increased teen suicide, new study finds
’13 Reasons Why’ may have hand in increased teen suicide, new study finds
In an interesting new study conducted by the University Of Michigan has found that one of Netflix's most controversial shows, 13 Reasons Why, could be the reason for the increased risk of teen suicides. The newest study was published by Psychiatric Services, and it's objective was to see if exposure to the show and the "patterns of engagement" with it had any impact on the studied youth
Depressed? Taking a bath could help, study finds
Depressed? Taking a bath could help, study finds
Spending quality time in the bathtub could assist with mood disorders, a new study finds. That's right, taking a warm bath can reportedly help with depression. At least, that's according to the findings recently reported by New Scientist. Read more: See Machine Gun Kelly film's intense first trailer Indeed, the benefits of taking a bath are seemingly just as helpful to those suffering depression a
Smartphones aren’t to blame for young people’s loneliness, survey says
Smartphones aren’t to blame for young people’s loneliness, survey says
It's almost a given that you're going to feel lonely at some point in your life. And a new survey says that young people are the loneliest age group, overall. But that may not be due solely to smartphone use, as is often suggested. Read more: Apple update makes fear of texting the wrong person a reality The BBC finds young folks feel lonelier than the older generation in a survey of 55,000 people
Fans more likely to value live music over sex, survey finds
Fans more likely to value live music over sex, survey finds
A new study from concert giant Live Nation claims that music fans are 10 percent more likely to value live music over sex, as reported by Billboard. The finding's just one detail revealed in the promoter's new "Power Of Live" survey. Read more: Childish Gambino plots new tour dates after injury Citing a phenomenon called "sensation deprivation" in the digital age, Live Nation p
Report finds musicians only receive 12% of the $43 billion the music industry makes
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 2017. Read more: Empathetic people get more joy out of music, study finds The discovery was made in a new report called Putting The Band Back Together by Citigroup, where they found that out of the $43 billion revenue the music industry made last year, just over $5 bil
Empathetic people get more joy out of music, study finds
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 happiness in listening to music, a new study from Southern Methodist University finds. Read more: Here are the year's 50 highest-paid musicians While the more empathy you have also heightens the impact of sad news on your psyche, the study shows that
Mainstream pop music exhibits more sadness than ever, study finds
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 decades has concluded as such, identifying a depressive content trend in mainstream pop. Read more: Study shows metal music is good for you As noted by The New York Times, researchers at the University Of California At Irvine reported in the Royal Society Open S

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