They're hip, they're cute, their colours pop and they're adorable. But does the seasoned audiophile want one? Erm. Let's take a look.
All-in-one, one for all
Suitcase turntables are a new trend. They're swanky, sleek and portable. Whether you're going for retro/vintage, or quirky and cool, rich and expensive, or just plain functional- there's one for you. My Google search yielded some of the coolest ones, alright! Basically, you can carry your record player with you wherever you go. Imagine carrying around your gramophone, back in the day. Say, to your friend's place? Well, the suitcase turntable makes that possible.
CTE and Concussions in Football Players.
Crippling brain injury from football can start early, even among high school players, a new study suggests.
And its effects can last over time, even without additional head impacts, researchers report. Football players can develop chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) after playing high school football, although higher rates of CTE are tied to college and pro football, the researchers said.
I, for one, had not heard of turntables until I was looking for a gift for a musician friend of mine. And that wasn’t until last month. And boy, did I stumble into a whole new world! Turntables have been around for ages. And I mean ages. But recently, a new wind has brought them into the limelight all over again. There’s miniatures, suitcases, colour themed, all glass, and so much more. So where did it all begin? Let’s take a quick walk through the history of turntables.
The Effects of Blue Lights and Bright Screens on the Brain
Blue light has a dark side. Although it is environmentally friendly, blue light can affect your sleep and potentially cause disease. Until the advent of artificial lighting, the sun was the major source of lighting, and people spent their evenings in (relative) darkness. Now, in much of the world, evenings are illuminated, and we take our easy access to all those lumens pretty much for granted.
Just. Stop. And Look. At those SHOES.
What is it with musicians and entertainers and their obsession with shoes? If you haven’t noticed it already then it’s time to stop and pay attention. Let me present this video that will help out just a little:
This image seemed to fit the way at least half the world's population is feeling right this moment.
With that enterprising fact, let us begin to define Social Media Anxiety. "According to the Huffington Post, social media anxiety disorder is a category of social anxiety disorder, when posts and their status on social media such as Facebook, Twitter, or Snapchat affect the media user's mental and physical being. People with this disorder have serious fear that others will judge and ridicule their interactions on social media, and this can lead to more serious issues such as depression.
Have you ever wondered what goes on inside the brain as we are exposed to music? It could be music we create or music that is playing in the background while we work or play.
How does the brain interprets sound Every time the cat meows, the alarm goes off, the doorbell rings, a message tone sounds- what's happening in the brain? What does the brain feel every time the ear sends it a sound signal? Let's find out.
Welcome to the world of Charles Mingus, Miles Davis and Kurt Kelling.
Welcome to the world of Upright Bass, Saxophones and Trumpets.
“Jazz, musical form, often improvisational, developed by African Americans and influenced by both European harmonic structure and African rhythms. It was developed partially from ragtime and blues and is often characterized by syncopated rhythms, polyphonic ensemble playing, varying degrees of improvisation, often deliberate deviations of pitch, and the use of original timbres.
"LSD, or lysergic acid diethylamide, is a long-lasting psychoactive drug that distorts and alters perceptions and sensations. In uncontrolled situations, LSD is one of the most potent mood-altering drugs available. It causes profound distortions in the user's perception of reality that can last up to 12 hours.