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The camera cuts to right next to the open top car, placing you inside the noise blasting from the car’s speakers, distorting the air around them as they frantically push out bar after bar of human emotion. Pushed to their maximum capacity, they add an extra layer of distortion to an already ferocious sound. That’s the closest I can get you to Stone Sun’s sound live.

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Listening to an iPod whilst you go about your daily business allows people in society to separate themselves from the world around them and create their own headspace. As you pop the headphones in and find your favourite album, you block out as much noise from the outside as possible, overlaying your personal sound track over the top. In this way, music isn’t something you go out of your way for, it now has more in common with the atmosphere: it’s sort of just there.

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One of the least fun parts about being a student is collecting research from surveys, but luckily the web's here to make it all amazingly quick and easy for both of us! As well as that, it saves trees from dying for the sake of market research.

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Following the major surgery undergone by Adele, several news outlets have been reporting the sad and fortunately false news that the beloved singer has decided to take 5 years off from her music. Well, fear not, fans of the jewel in England’s pop crown shouldn’t have long to wait for her follow up to the frankly marvelous ‘21’.

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There’s a problem with how I listen to music. For a long time I hadn’t noticed it, I just accepted things the way they are and carried on enjoying the fruits of artistic labours. The problem is probably being ignored by you right now, if, like myself you’re prone to being caught up in the opportunities offered to you by new technology.

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I looked down at my own ticket from the NME awards show that I’d shoved into a coat pocket and forgotten about. What name did I see at the top?… “SJM Concerts presents.”

There are plenty of instances of electronic music sounding too machinated, and live bands can fall into the trap of becoming too restrictive over their own sound, losing any human element. Submotion Orchestra never lose the persistently natural flow throughout their whole set. Even in the most dubstep of moments, their music sounds alive, pulsing with its own powerful heartbeat.

http://www.audiblethoughts.co.uk/stop-listening-to-music-on-your-computer/ There’s a problem with how I listen to music. For a long time I hadn’t noticed it, I just accepted things the way they are and carried on enjoying the fruits of artistic labours. The problem is probably being ignored by you right now, if, like myself you’re prone to being caught up in the opportunities offered to you by new technology.