At the moment John Lennon was pronounced dead a Beatles song came over the hospital’s sound system.
When Cypress Hill’s “Insane in the Brain” is played directly into a dead squid’s nervous system it changes color to the beat.
The chills you get when listening to music are caused by the release of dopamine in your body.
Emily Howell is a computer program that can make classical music.
A technique called “circular breathing” allowed a saxophone player to hold an E-flat for 45 minutes and 47 seconds.
There is a song created by scientists to make you fall asleep.
There was an American musician in the 1970s who sold very few records in the US, so he quit music and became a demolition worker; in 1998, he found out that his records had gone platinum in South Africa.
When people hear a recorded phrase looped numerous times, they begin to hear it as a song.
A man submitted a patent in 1979 that almost perfectly resembles an iPod. He even went as far as predicting a need for DRM and a way to distribute the music.