The Pointy End

Neuroscience reveals how rhythm helps us walk, talk — and even love

From heartbeats heard in the womb to rhythmic patterns of thought: 'rhythm is life'.


How pandemics have inspired art, music and literature

Certain themes recur over the centuries. The art inspired by covid-19 may be no different.

The Economist

Musique ou langage ? Le cerveau divisé…

Le cerveau humain ne mobilise pas ses hémisphères de façon équivalente lorsqu’il s’agit de reconnaître une mélodie ou de comprendre une phrase à l’oral.


Can music boost your immune system?

Sound like quackery? It’s not. Numerous studies, including a 2019 review in the journal Annual Research & Review in Biology, have found that both performing and listening to music can have a significant impact on the immune system.

Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Cautious optimism in China as nightlife resumes after lockdown

Scenes in cities like Chengdu, Shanghai and Shenzhen have been at a standstill since the start of the year from the coronavirus pandemic.

Resident Advisor

Human Life Is Literally Quieter Due To Coronavirus Lockdown

Humans around the world are stuck inside due to the coronavirus. How is the natural world reacting in the absence of all the noise we usually make?


Se réveiller en musique améliorerait notre vigilance

Si vous n'êtes pas du matin, ouvrir les yeux à l'aube peut s'avérer une rude épreuve. Et le choix de la sonnerie du réveil est loin d'être anodin.

Futura Sciences

If you want your team to perform, do it to music

How do you motivate your staff when working remotely? Simple: play them some songs.

DOF Online

How to Make the Perfect Playlist

Need something fresh to listen to? Maybe something inspiring? These tips will help.

The New York Times

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