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Love Your Tent aims to change attitudes towards festival waste

Festival organisers are in the spotlight this week following the release of a survey highlighting the damage caused by music festival waste. It revealed that...

The number of nightclubs in the UK declined by 21% in 12 months...

A study by IMS Ibiza has found that rate of clubs closures continues to accelerate worldwide.

The International Music Summit report, which you can read...

We've been saying it for ages... 

Raving helps you live longer, a study has claimed, backing up DJ Mag's entire outlook on everything. It comes just month's after research by Deakin...

OnBuy analysed more than two million Reddit comments from the subreddits of 27 different music genres

Trance fans are among the happiest music listeners, a new study has found.

As part of an independently conducted survey, OnBuy online marketplace analysed more...

Was the ancient stone monument the world’s first soundsystem?

A new study suggests that Stonehenge was built to amplify sound.

The use for Stonehenge, a prehistoric monument in Wiltshire, England, has been a mystery since...

Dance music, as distinct from “electronica”, is apparently one of the least infectious

A new study suggests that electronic music is the most "infectious" music genre.

According to a new Guardian report, a study at McMaster University...

Visual arts, books, the press, films and TV also saw declines of between 20% and 40%

EU music industry revenues are down 76% amid the COVID-19 pandemic, a new study reports.

A new study conducted and published by the European Grouping...

The findings were published in a recent paper

Sound can be used to save dying coral reefs, a study has found.

In a paper published by Nature Communications, entitled 'Acoustic enrichment can...

Science explains what Puretone told us 15 years ago...

A new study has explained why humans have such an affinity for bass notes in music.

Published in the journal, Proceedings of the National Academy...

Negative vibes...

A new study by the Audio Engineering Library has found MP3s and other forms of compression have a serious impact on the "timbral and emotional...

The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry's report also found that subscriptions to music streaming services rose by 51% during the pandemic

A new study has found that listening to music helped improve emotional wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic, and that people spent more time listening to...

Researchers at the University of Utah are considering developing music-based treatments for dementia-suffering patients...

Music helps with Alzheimers and dementia, a new study has found, as well as triggering that feeling of being "buzzed" or moved.

What's called the...

New consumer report breaks down quite how long we blast the bangers every day...

Damaged hair cells regrown in mice...

It's common knowledge that loud sounds or trauma cause irreversible hearing loss (either immediately or over time) in humans, as the frequency-respondent hair cells in...

The government is planning a series of pilot events for spring

Liverpool clubbers are set to hit the dancefloor in a coronavirus study event this spring.

In February, as part of the government's "road map" to reopening...