Ben Parr is in the attention business. The journalist-turned-entrepreneur-turned author is offering his take on what cuts through the media clutter in the book Captivology: The Science of Capturing People’s Attention, released this month by HarperOne.Through research and interviews ... - The Buffalo News
Scottish rock outfit Idlewild’s return to the charts after six years away has ensured a bracing start to the year – especially when accompanied by the fruits of the group’s other new venture: an Idlewild-branded ale.
"A strong and sustainable music industry is the most cost effective path to build, sustain and enhance vibrant, smart and economically prosperous cities." With that attention-grabbing statement, the organizers of a new Music Cities Convention have announced the confab's first edition in Brighton, UK, to take place on May 13.
First launched as a Kickstarter back in 2013, Dysonic's RondoMotion's 3D head-tracking technology is now being used to power trippy acoustic effects in Björk's MoMA retrospective. It's true 3D listening in your earbuds. That and also Björk.
Why do jingles get stuck in your head? Because our brains are primed for it, even before birth. Here’s why: • Music is one of our most primal preferences. “(Music) is familiar from the get-go,” said Nancy Irwin, a therapist and author from Los Angeles. A fetus&#... - The Buffalo News
Sometimes it just bores into your brain. You can’t shake it, shoo it, shun it.It’s stuck.That’s what happened to Jason Cordova three years ago, when he took over his then-ailing father’s Niagara Falls company. A fit former Army captain with windswept s... - The Buffalo News
Musicians have a word for jingles: “sticky.” But the stickiest jingles don’t need to be masterful musical compositions. Sometimes they needn’t even be in tune. A visit to the office of Rob Deemer reveals why.Deemer, 44, is an associate professor and the head of ... - The Buffalo News
No 9-year-old should be memorizing the lyrics to "Fuck tha Police." I see that now. But that's what I got growing up in the late '80s with older brothers who bought every rap tape ever slapped with a Parental Advisory sticker. I loved all the dirty, dangerous content, sure.
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