the first song posted to SoundCloud by the electronic music producer Cybernazi in November 2015, is the musical equivalent of a Hollywood reboot: It pours an old set of ideas into a shiny new mold. The song has no lyrics, but the title knowingly invokes Adolf Hitler’s policy of German expansionism, placing it in a neo-Nazi music lineage that proceeds from late ‘70s and ‘80s genres like Oi! punk and RAC (Rock Against Communism) — the kind of stuff featured in scenes of moshing skinheads from American History X and Green Room.
The familiar saying “music soothes the savage breast” is true, as the most recent study has shown:
Relaxing to a soothing Mozart symphony can lower the blood pressure as much as cutting salt from the diet or exercising , a new study has shown.
But for people concerned about their heart, it might be wise to steer clear of ABBA, which has no impact at all.