What Music Really Is and The Harmonic Series

Bo Constantinsen is the author of WhatMusicReallyIs.com, a website dedicated to teaching people about natural music instead of the artificial music found in contemporary music. Bo claims that all musical elements come from The Harmonic Series, which is the most effective element that can naturally define music and is the very foundation of musical arts.… Continue Reading

CYMATICS: Science Vs. Music

If the world is made of vibrations then the power of those vibrations can literally change the world around us. To demonstrate this idea we want to share with you one of the best sound experiments ever filmed before. Check out this mind blowing video made by Nigel Stanford! Vibrations hold the world together. Isn’t… Continue Reading

Proof That The Modern Music Industry Is Fake

We all know that our favourite artists have great voices right? Wrong! This video from RT, reveals just how corrupt the music industry really is and how anyone can sound like a professional. (True Activist) We also recently posted a video titled After Watching This, You Will Never Trust Your Television Again which shows how easy it… Continue Reading

Tree of Life: Branching Out

Tree of Life: Branching Out is a collaborative writing challenge,  where creative minds meet epic movie music. Preselected guest writers representing all genres, from all across the globe, contributed their own 150 word excerpt to a continuing story collectively written over the course of 26 days. Each of the writers found inspiration in a featured… Continue Reading

Hierosonic – The Media Taught You That

“All your leaders fail to lead you when your lovers fail to love” — says Hierosonic on their latest album, with no shortage of thought-provoking messages, dirty bass lines, and pop hooks. Originally conceived in 2002 out of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, the band’s steady career has spanned more than 9 years and several hundred performances, solidifying… Continue Reading

“Space Oddity” Cover From the Space Station

Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield has spent the past five months as the commander of Expedition 35 aboard the International Space Station. While in space, he’s made sandwiches, washed his hands, and wrung water from a wet towel. But on Sunday afternoon, Hadfield provided the internet with his most amazing video yet: a cover of David… Continue Reading