The Pointy End

Music & Your Mind Are More Linked Than You Think

Is jazz for intellectuals? Punk for creative non-conformists? Country for hard-working, easygoing folk? How interwoven is our love for music with our personalities, really?

Care 2

Would you marry a musician?

Society’s perceptions of musicians has not changed very much over the years. Most people in our conservative society do not see music as a form of employment.

The Standard

Does music really help you concentrate?

‘I won’t be able to focus if you turn that off,’ a gazillion teenagers have whined at their parents. Is it possible that they’re right?

The Guardian

Le bonheur est dans la musique

Pour vivre heureux, vivons en concert : c'est en substance ce qu'explique une étude australienne relayée fin juillet par le site Sage (notamment spécialisé dans la publication d'études scientifiques), dans leur rubrique "Psychology Of Music".

Tsugi

Neuroscientists Still Don’t Know Why Music Sounds Good

Your taste in music is weird. Maybe you just can’t stop listening to that power ballad, or you’ve wondered about your bewildering weakness for yodeling. And maybe, just maybe, nobody understands your all-consuming obsession with Steely Dan, the greatest band of all time.

Wired

How to Inspire Caring and Generosity: Music

It’s easy to feel cynical about pop stars who record songs imploring people to care about others. Sure, such work assuages a bit of the guilt they feel about their lavish lifestyles. But a song doesn’t really change people’s behavior, does it?

Pacific Standard

Music might be quintessentially human, but does it serve a purpose?

Like language, music is organised, human-made sound that sprang up independently across early human cultures. Unlike language, however, music serves no obvious evolutionary purpose.

Aeon

50 Awesome Music Movies

Some of the best pieces of cinema have been defined by music - whether they be biopics focusing on musical stars, movies starring musicians branching out or simply films with a totally killer soundtrack.

NME

This is why you should consider changing the frequency of your music when listening to it

Tesla said it. Einstein agreed. Science proved it. It is a known fact that everything—including our own bodies—is made up of energy vibrating at different frequencies.

Collective Evolution


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