From free jazz to Bach, both music therapy and self-directed listening can have multiple health benefits for the human brain and mind.
In a world full of constant noise, it is easy to shut off from quieter sounds. By soundwalking, we can open our ears up again.
The Hungarian Ervin László was originally a classical pianist, before later becoming a philosopher of science and advocate of quantum consciousness.
Cymatics – the study of visible sound – is quite easily explored. All you need to do is rub your fingers around the rim of a glass...
“Hey Jude” is one of The Beatles most well-known and popular songs. But who was the song originally written for?
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach lived mostly in the shadow of his father, Johann Sebastian. Yet his music still stands the test of time.
Thurston Moore talks about his latest album, the role of religion in his upbringing, and what artists can do in challenging times.
Contrary to intuition, music can actually help us get to sleep. In fact, composers such as Max Richter and Robert Rich have organized sleeping concerts.
What do Bruce Lee, chess, and the Black Lives Matter movement have in common? The answer is, of course, the cult hip hop group, Wu-Tang Clan.
Everyday stress and anxiety increasingly pervade our waking lives; at night-time, too, they can lead to sleeplessness. Can music help us tune out from insomnia?