There's a difference between songs to hook up to, and ones that inexplicably turn you on. A crucial difference.
“I dunno man. If you need to have a cry, have a cry. It’s cathartic.”
Everyone had cool sunglasses, a briefcase, and was fleeing from enemies. Why?
From the calming frequencies, to dopamine released when we hear our favourite tracks, can music really heal us? Or is that bullshit?
Nirvana's 'Nevermind' is just 42:20 minutes of wailing. Fight me.
There must?? Be more to this?? Than chance?? I spoke to band Ratboys and a music anthropology professor to find out.
We speak to festival bookers and managers about why, in lineup release season, font size really does matter.
Well, quite a few people, apparently. We spoke to them about why.
“I would imagine screaming the lyrics over this cliff edge, hurling all the anger at my family and friends below.”
“This girl I work with is always selling pictures of her feet... He likes it when she curls them around other objects.”
Is there more to an earworm than a snappy hook? I spoke to various clever people in music (I needed to get 'Baby Shark' out of my head).
He appeared on Tuesday night, after the Brexit 'meaningful vote' result, spinning a special political set.