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Music and our Mood

We listen to music every day. In the shower, on our way to and from work, while we’re making dinner– the list goes on. How does the music we listen to affect our mood, productivity, and all-around well-being on a given day? (Image via Professor Ramos)

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The Best Releases of October: Music Staff Picks

The Body & BIG|BRAVE – Leaving None But Small Birds  The Body and BIG|BRAVE have each earned their tenure in metal, but together they have created an album that defies any preconceived notions one might have had for them. On Leaving None But Small Birds, both bands veer into a brand of folk rock that is rife with an eerie grit. Twangy layered strings mesh with the heavy distortion of guitars that both The Body and BIG|BRAVE are known for, creating a delicate and foreboding atmosphere. Similarly, the guttural shrieks and growls of The Body are replaced by the haunting croons of BIG|BRAVE‚Äôs lead vocalist Robin … Continued

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A Guide to 2014 Music Festivals

I have attended Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza twice, and Pitchfork once. Each festival has had a different vibe. Here are some other festivals that are happening all over the country this summer.   Counterpoint Music Festival April 25-27, 2014 in Kingston Downs, Georgia $199 (GA Camping) This three-day festival features four music stages. Counterpoint also has an Art Village which features artists from all over the world displaying their work. The 2014 line-up includes: : Outkast, Pretty Lights, J. Cole, Major Lazer, Chance the Rapper, Sleigh Bells, Rubblebucket, and Tycho.   Hangout Music Fest May 16-18 in Gulf Shores, Alabama $229 … Continued

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