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Busy shipping lanes could cause ‘seal hearing loss’ – BBC News – BBC News

Posted: Wednesday, May 03, 2017

Image copyright Science Photo Library Image caption Seals could suffer temporary hearing loss according to the research study Seals may experience hearing loss from underwater vessel noise, researchers at the University of St Andrews have said. The study compares seals inhabiting the UK’s busy shipping lanes to humans living in noisy cities. Lead author Esther Jones said noise could affect how sea mammals such as whales, dolphins and seals find…

Lars Ulrich’s New Job: Beats 1 Radio DJ – RollingStone.com

Posted: Wednesday, May 03, 2017

Metallica‘s Lars Ulrich aims to obliterate musical boundaries with his new Beats 1 radio show, It’s Electric!, which debuts Sunday, May 7th at 3 p.m. PT with special guest Iggy Pop. An encore episode will air Monday, May 8th at 3 a.m. PT. In a teaser video, the drummer calls his show “my 16-year-old self’s wet dream: doing a radio show to a worldwide audience.” Related Lars Ulrich on Metallica’s…

Catherine Deneuve’s ‘The Midwife’ Lands at Music Box (EXCLUSIVE) – Variety

Posted: Wednesday, May 03, 2017

Music Box Films has bought the U.S. rights to the French drama comedy “The Midwife,” starring Catherine Frot and Catherine Deneuve. “The Midwife,” directed by Martin Provost from his own script, had its world premiere in February at the Berlin International Film Festival. Music Box Films plans to release the film this summer. Frot portrays a gifted midwife who’s overly conscientious, and Deneuve plays the free-spirited, extravagant, and frivolous mistress…

What to know about ‘sound baths,’ an ancient wellness practice gaining steam in the West – Washington Post

Posted: Wednesday, May 03, 2017

Sound baths, which predate Christ and have been scientifically linked to reductions in stress and anxiety, are becoming more popular in the United States. (Rike/iStock) Some people unwind with a nice, long bubble bath. Others prefer a sound bath. Never heard of the ancient sound-healing practice? The relaxing musical presentations, which predate Christ and have been scientifically linked to reductions in stress and anxiety, are becoming more popular in the…

Fyre Had Nothing on Woodstock: Music Festivals Gone Wrong … – TIME

Posted: Wednesday, May 03, 2017

The world has been gawking with unabashed schadenfreude at the “luxury” Fyre music festival’s slow-motion implosion on a Bahamian island this past week. Everything from logistics to security, food and accommodation went wrong at an event described as Rich Kids of Instagram meets Hunger Games. But while Fyre was an epic fail, it isn’t the first music festival to have encountered major problems (if, indeed, the hastily aborted Fyre can…

Busy shipping lanes could cause ‘seal hearing loss’ – BBC News – BBC News

Posted: Wednesday, May 03, 2017

Image copyright Science Photo Library Image caption Seals could suffer temporary hearing loss according to the research study Seals may experience hearing loss from underwater vessel noise, researchers at the University of St Andrews have said. The study compares seals inhabiting the UK’s busy shipping lanes to humans living in noisy cities. Lead author Esther Jones said noise could affect how sea mammals such as whales, dolphins and seals find…

Applebee’s sued by Sony over unauthorized music use – Fox News

Posted: Wednesday, May 03, 2017

People eatin’ good in the neighborhood may have also been jamming out to some cool tunes—illegally. That’s according to a new lawsuit from Sony. The entertainment and electronics giant is suing Applebee’s for using AC/DC and C+C Music Factory songs in new restaurant promos– without securing Sony’s permission or paying for the songs, TMZ reports.  The casual restaurant chain recently used C+C Factory’s hit “Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody…

Fyre Festival Was Awful, But It Had Nothing on Woodstock: A Brief History of Music Festivals Gone Wrong – TIME

Posted: Wednesday, May 03, 2017

The world has been gawking with unabashed schadenfreude at the “luxury” Fyre music festival’s slow-motion implosion on a Bahamian island this past week. Everything from logistics to security, food and accommodation went wrong at an event described as Rich Kids of Instagram meets Hunger Games. But while Fyre was an epic fail, it isn’t the first music festival to have encountered major problems (if, indeed, the hastily aborted Fyre can…

For frazzled travelers, airports offer live music respite – SFGate – SFGate

Posted: Wednesday, May 03, 2017

Caption Close The last thing Joel Malizia, a co-founder of the video production company Pilot Moon Films, expected when he arrived at the airport in Austin, Texas, for the recent South by Southwest festival was the sound of live music. What he heard was the ensemble of Wendy Colonna, who describes her musical style as Americana. “It was so ethereal,” he said. Austin-Bergstrom International Airport is among more than a…

Busy shipping lanes could cause ‘seal hearing loss’ – BBC News

Posted: Wednesday, May 03, 2017

Image copyright Science Photo Library Image caption Seals could suffer temporary hearing loss according to the research study Seals may experience hearing loss from underwater vessel noise, researchers at the University of St Andrews have said. The study compares seals inhabiting the UK’s busy shipping lanes to humans living in noisy cities. Lead author Esther Jones said noise could affect how sea mammals such as whales, dolphins and seals find…

For frazzled travelers, airports offer live music respite – SFGate

Posted: Wednesday, May 03, 2017

Caption Close The last thing Joel Malizia, a co-founder of the video production company Pilot Moon Films, expected when he arrived at the airport in Austin, Texas, for the recent South by Southwest festival was the sound of live music. What he heard was the ensemble of Wendy Colonna, who describes her musical style as Americana. “It was so ethereal,” he said. Austin-Bergstrom International Airport is among more than a…

Busy shipping lanes could cause ‘seal hearing loss’ – BBC News

Posted: Wednesday, May 03, 2017

Image copyright Science Photo Library Image caption Seals could suffer temporary hearing loss according to the research study Seals may experience hearing loss from underwater vessel noise, researchers at the University of St Andrews have said. The study compares seals inhabiting the UK’s busy shipping lanes to humans living in noisy cities. Lead author Esther Jones said noise could affect how sea mammals such as whales, dolphins and seals find…

Scientists Want to Grow Your Music-Blasted Ears Some New Parts – Gizmodo

Posted: Wednesday, May 03, 2017

Ear organoid with hair cells in blue. Image: Indiana University School of Medicine Hearing loss can be inevitable for some older folks, as well as for their music blasting, phone screen-staring grandchildren. Naturally, many of those who’ve lost their hearing are keen on getting it back, somehow, with things like hearing aids and cochlear implants. Advertisement But what if your doctor could just turn some of your own body’s cells…

Applebee’s sued by Sony over unauthorized music use – Fox News

Posted: Wednesday, May 03, 2017

People eatin’ good in the neighborhood may have also been jamming out to some cool tunes—illegally. That’s according to a new lawsuit from Sony. The entertainment and electronics giant is suing Applebee’s for using AC/DC and C+C Music Factory songs in new restaurant promos– without securing Sony’s permission or paying for the songs, TMZ reports.  The casual restaurant chain recently used C+C Factory’s hit “Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody…

NASA records bone-chilling sound in space between Saturn’s rings – AOL

Posted: Wednesday, May 03, 2017

As NASA’s Cassini nears the end of its nearly two decades of space exploration, there’s no doubt it has sent back some remarkable visuals of a seldom seen corner of our solar system. But just a few months ahead of the craft’s imminent suicide via controlled crash into Saturn’s surface, Cassini gave us a rare glimpse into the sounds of the planet it orbits. While passing through the space between…

Lineup drops for this summer’s 515 Alive Music Festival – DesMoinesRegister.com

Posted: Wednesday, May 03, 2017

CLOSE x Embed x Share Pop star Selena Gomez is apparently teaming up with Gucci Mane. Veuer’s Nick Cardona (@nickcardona93) has that story. Buzz60 Buy Photo The crowd ringing in the new year at “515 Alive Presents: Light Up The Night.” 515 Alive returns to Des Moines on Aug. 18 and 19.(Photo: Danny Carman/For The Register)Buy Photo Iowa’s largest two-day dance party, 515 Alive, is set to invade Des Moines…

Lineup drops for this summer’s 515 Alive Music Festival – DesMoinesRegister.com

Posted: Tuesday, May 02, 2017

CLOSE x Embed x Share Pop star Selena Gomez is apparently teaming up with Gucci Mane. Veuer’s Nick Cardona (@nickcardona93) has that story. Buzz60 Buy Photo The crowd ringing in the new year at “515 Alive Presents: Light Up The Night.” 515 Alive returns to Des Moines on Aug. 18 and 19.(Photo: Danny Carman/For The Register)Buy Photo Iowa’s largest two-day dance party, 515 Alive, is set to invade Des Moines…

This Is Our First ‘Sound’ From the Creepy Void Inside Saturn’s Rings – Gizmodo

Posted: Tuesday, May 02, 2017

Image: NASA Today, Cassini prepares to once again boldly go where no spacecraft has gone before: into the gap between Saturn and its rings. While we’re all excited to see the the results of Cassini’s second dive, astronomers are still parsing through the findings from her first. And some, including a soundscape generated from the emptiness, are pretty freaky. Advertisement Apparently, the orbiter’s fist dive between Saturn and the gas…

Meet the 26-year-old artist bringing music programs back to… – WDIV Detroit

Posted: Tuesday, May 02, 2017

DETROIT – A Detroit artist is giving back to the the city in a big way. GRiZ, a fast rising 26-year-old electronic music artist, is partnering with his Detroit based label All Good Records to help bring music programs to Detroit Public Schools. GRiZ went to Birmingham Groves and starting making music at Michigan State University. He plays saxophone and other instruments. The artist says Detroit has had a big…

Scientists Want to Grow Your Music-Blasted Eardrums Some New Parts – Gizmodo

Posted: Tuesday, May 02, 2017

Ear organoid with hair cells in blue. Image: Indiana University School of Medicine Hearing loss can be inevitable for some older folks, as well as for their music blasting, phone screen-staring grandchildren. Naturally, many of those who’ve lost their hearing are keen on getting it back, somehow, with things like hearing aids and cochlear implants. Advertisement But what if your doctor could just turn some of your own body’s cells…

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