The Pointy End

10 (petites) choses que vous ne savez (peut-être) pas sur Erik Satie

Communiste (bien que finalement peu engagé dans le militantisme), alcoolique (pas vraiment selon les standards de l’époque), Erik Satie, l’homme derrière l’œuvre, reste peu connu du grand public.

France Musique

How to manage mental health: the music industry's new priority

This year’s Mental Health Awareness Week has placed a special focus on relationships. Here Fiona McGugan, general manager of the Music Manager’s Forum, reports on the increasingly vital role of the emotionally responsible manager in the industry

The Guardian

Why music only gives some people 'skin orgasms' but not others

Have you ever been listening to a great piece of music and felt a chill run up your spine? Or goosebumps tickle your arms and shoulders?

The Independent

How you can get into classical music: a beginner's guide

So, you want to explore classical music? The first question must be: where to start?

The Telegraph

Our Music Preferences Reflect Our Personality

What kind of music do you like? And why do you like it?
If you’re like most people, your answer to the first question is probably a genre.

PS Mag

This is the most monumentally ugly piece of music ever composed, according to science

By adapting the work of a US Navy engineer researching the perfect sonar ‘ping’, mathematician Scott Rickard has created a ‘pattern-free’ (ie. ugly) piano sonata.

Classic FM

10 Famous Cases of Alleged Music Plagiarism

Skrillex and Justin Bieber are the latest big names to join the ranks of the accused.

Consequence of Sound

The History Of Tobacco Marketing In The Music Industry

Music is an art form that has universal appeal. For many of us, music is associated with every aspect of our lives. We listen to it all the time, obsess about the artists who create it, write about it a lot and spend our money on gigs, festivals, albums and merchandise.

Howl & Echoes

Eurovision voting isn't political

Britain is not a victim of political bloc voting at the Eurovision Song Contest, the man in charge of the nation’s entry has claimed, as he warned that it was impossible to persuade big stars to take part in the competition.

The Telegraph

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