The Noisey Guide To Music and Mental Health
The reaction to Demi Lovato's hospitalization this week shows how much further we in the media, and the general public, still have to go.
We spoke to FEARS about the track she recorded in hospital last year, and why music rooms could be integral to some patient’s recovery.
Despite moral panic and tabloid witch hunts, mainstream emo threw a mirror up to what has long been overlooked in society: that kids need help, and they should be taken seriously.
The London rapper speaks to us about why he's taken part in an important new male mental health awareness project.
We spoke psychologists, a music manager and ex-East India Youth's William Doyle about the ups and downs of always being online.
Despite their nerdy, playful exterior, the band talked about the inner workings of OCD, addiction and commitment to recovery in ways I desperately needed to hear.
Ellie Giles, who manages Bill Ryder-Jones, on what you should do to look after yourself—and in turn, your clients.
Our new documentary on THC, grime, and mental health.
How charity Music Support sorted a 24/7 switchboard for people in the industry living with mental health and addiction issues.
It's time to get practical.
“One thing you excel at when you have Asperger's is your individual passions. Some people get well into cars, others become film boffs or mathematicians. For me, it was all about music.”
I was a living cliche: a failed musician who then spends his time criticizing other musicians.