How Electronic Music Made By Neo-Nazis Soundtracks The Alt-Right

 
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.

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Classical Music Benefits

  
Listening to classical music such as Mozart (the composer that seems to come out on top in studies) helps us in so many ways.

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.

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https://creativityonblog.wordpress.com/2016/06/25/classical-music-benefits/