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Hitting the Books: How music chords hack your brain to elicit emotion

Johnny Cash’s Hurt hits way different in A Major, as much so as Ring of Fire in G Minor. The dissonance in tone between the chords is, ahem, a minor one: simply the third note lowered to a flat. But

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‘You Can Reach Me If You Try’ EP – Kindelan (Part 2)

I have never reviewed an EP or Album review in two parts before, however, when I wrote the EP review part 1 I thought it was the actual EP. Thanks to Spotify (and I believe that Apple Music and other

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David Myles, The Trews, Kellie Loder among winners at East Coast Music Awards

The Canadian Press

Published Friday, May 5, 2023 7:11AM EDT

Last Updated Friday, May 5, 2023 4:07PM EDT

HALIFAX – The first group of winners at the 2023 East Coast Music

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METALLICA To Become First Major Rock Band To Release All Music Videos From One Album In American Sign Language

On April 25, METALLICA will be the first major rock band to release all 12 music videos from its latest album, “72 Seasons”in American Sign Language.

In honor of #NationalASLDay, METALLICA has partnered with Amber G Productionsan ASL

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‘Ghost To The Light’ – Koagula

Koagula (aka Kell Chambers) who describes himself as a nomadic singer-songwriter recently released a new album, ‘Ghost To The Light’ and I have had some moments of pure musical pleasure listening to it. The album kicks off with “Every Feather”,

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The Story Behind Apple TV+’s Country Music Reality Show ‘My Kind Of Country’

For years, the country music industry has been dominated by the same type of artists: male, cisgender, white, and

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‘Cheap And Nasty’ EP – Snapblades

Snapblades have just released a new EP on Vinyl Eddie Records, the 8th release on the not-so-fledged label based in York. Snapblades are Matt “Smell” Keeley (vox and bass) and Dan “Gottie” Gott (Drums, Guitars and vox). There are six

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The Corsairs – Fulford Arms, York – Friday 10th March 2023

This was another gig put together by that wonderful human being Simon Pattinson for Northern Radar at the equally fabulous Fulford Arms. It was all for a great cause too and raised loads of dosh for St. Leonard’s Hospice. It

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The Ongoing History of New Music, episode 978: The weird history of concert tickets, part 1

Let’s define a “concert ticket.” It’s a contract between you, an act, a promoter, and a venue, that allows you admission to a specific event at a stated time and place. Seems simple enough. But let’s continue.

A concert ticket

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‘Vertiginous Drops’ – Carol Hodge

Carol Hodge, who has been featured on these pages quite a few times has a new album, her fourth, out on 10th March. I have been lucky enough to have been listening to it for a week or two and

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