According to neuromusicology specialists, music activates areas of the brain that are key to enhancing cognitive and motor learning. When it comes to music listening during the study, the point is to choose the right playlist.
Holy Shit asks the question: What’s it like when a martial arts master and an attorney get together to discuss the issues of the moment? And the answer is – probably not what you’re expecting.
An entertainment podcast at heart, but one that also deals with a fair few of the heavier topics we all encounter in life.
Designed to get you started on a strong foot, and to keep you involved in the scene and all the best tips and ideas when building your brand, Startup Life Show is already 60 episodes deep, so there’s plenty to get stuck into.
This is one for all of you who’ve experimented with audio or been intrigued by the sounds of the world, the sounds we can engineer, and the possibilities that lie within all of that.
Simple issues made unnecessarily complicated in a free-flowing, refreshing and often hilarious manner. Let it play as you go about your day – expect to take things a little less seriously in the process.
There’s absolutely no filler here, from start to finish these episodes get straight to the business and the challenges, the how to’s, what went wrong and what worked.
A good laugh, easy going, and a pleasure to listen through. The perfect post-show accompaniment to see you through the week.
A podcast where everything obscure, off limits and downright wrong finds a loving home. It isn’t good, you shouldn’t listen to it. * * * A title not to be taken lightly, Warped Underbelly throws caution and concern aside, delving deep into anything and everything that is absurd, thought socially unacceptable yet utterly intriguing; and … Continued
A brilliantly well-rounded and well-researched show that aims to bridge the gap between overwhelming behavior and that which allows us more freedom and space.
Austin Williams hosts this independent podcast – a farmer, a worker who lives and breathes the world of farming and providing food for a nation, and his insight is incredibly value right now.
From the more basic and predictable instruments to those which are a little more quirky or rare, Neil Nayyar’s intrigue and interest in music and musical instruments knows no limits – and neither does his passion for learning.