In a New York Times article that was published Nov 16th, Joyce Cohen discusses the implications of the record-breaking noise levels that take place in stadiums. Fan groups such as Volume 12 and Terrorhead Returns...

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By the time December hits, the shops are inundated with an array of Christmas CD compilations with everything from the ‘Darkeness – Christmas Time’ to the classic ‘Slade – Merry Christmas Everybody’ but to today’s...

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The Youtube Music Awards are undoubtedly a step forward in the way in which live broadcasts are received. Once again Google have implemented their position as great innovators, but, was it a success? The celebration...

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DJ Top 100
#EDM DJ Top 100

After a lot of anticipation and rumours we finally heard who was to be crowned the no. 1 DJ on Saturday night. We attended the top 100 DJs event at the Brixton electric, which was...

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I now understand why TomorrowLand 2013 sold out 187,000 tickets in 1 second. TomorrowLand, one of the biggest, most international EDM festivals in the world just wrapped up their 8th year in Belgium this past...

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Alice Hudson's article for Ehow.com discusses tinnitus, a condition wherein the sufferer hears a continuous ringing, buzzing, or humming sound. According to Hudson, this is mainly caused by activities with prolonged exposure to loud noise,...

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An article by Luisa Dillner for TheGuardian.com discusses the danger of continuous exposure to loud music or noise. Dillner explains how rock concerts generating up to 120 decibels of sound can destroy the hair cells...

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A study published in the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene found further evidence that French horn players are at great risk for developing Noise Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL), Sciencedaily.com...

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