It’s probably not what you think.
Oh so THAT’S what I was missing!
It’s a cheesy topic, but the results were tasty. I mean, interesting.
Surprise is the spice of life.
Music is free and doesn’t have negative side effects, unlike sleeping aid drugs.
Individuals with autism hear much more than regular people — and music seems to help them communicate better.
Music activates a specific brain region that suppresses the sense of fatigue.
Exciting new research finally unravels how the ancient Greeks played music.
Music can save lives, too.
Just imagine a music therapy session spiced up with some psychedelics.
Scientists paired music composition software with sensors attached to the fitness machines.
People love surprises and music is no exception.
The 21st century biggest musical prodigy might turn out to be a machine.
Inserting feelings into Artificial Intelligence music — the future is kinda happening already.
Don’t read this if you’re not in the mood to sing to yourself. Seriously.
Humans were by no means the first to evolve musicality.
You can dance to it. Who said robots were boring?