8 November 2017
Brian Eno teamed up with neuroscientist Mendel Kaelen to create an app for therapeutic music – and it ended up expanding both their minds
From destroying The Daily Mail to setting Article 50 to music, The Matthew Herbert Brexit Big Band turn referendum blues into a show-stopping extravaganza.
27 October 2017
Key phrase: “Exploded keyboard.”
11 May 2017
How can a trumpeter paralysed from the neck down play music again? With a little help from tech. Meet the players whose careers have been reignited by the HiNote, the Headspace and the Quirkitar
27 May 2016
The more we learn about the power of music, the more medical applications we discover for it.
8 January 2016
I don’t have a music collection titled “Music To Slit My Wrists To”, but if and when I ever start one, The Soft Moon will definitely feature prominently.
19 June 2015
Each and every one of us is born with perfect pitch
24 April 2015
The last time I saw Tom Jenkinson, a.k.a techno-jazz originator Squarepusher, it was at The Glade at Glastonbury 2004. At the time, one of the most highly-regarded platforms for electronic music worldwide, at one of the most influential festivals on earth. And it was awful.
15 April 2015
Why settle for your standard music visualiser on your computer when you can create a three-dimensional one simply by filling an old speaker with baking soda?
14 January 2015
It has been spectacularly enlightening to discover that I could learn more about the nature of sound from those who cannot hear than from anyone else.
12 December 2014
A slew of new music-listening devices for the deaf are on offer.
30 November 2014
Every once in a while a musician comes along who reminds you of the redemptive power of music. Why sonic combinations make life worth living.
13 November 2014
Sencity has put on raves for the deaf in Mexico, Brazil, Finland, Spain, and South Africa, with Montreal on the agenda for 2012. What, no Toronto?
6 December 2011