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25th September 2012
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this revolution, baby, proves who you work for maybe, who do you work for baby? and does it work for you lately?
i was reading an article on nme.com which was talking about those moments in songs that give you the goosebumps. they call it frisson and explain it scientifically as the flood of dopamine in the brain as a result of an emotional reaction to a moment in a song. it could be a change in tempo, an introduction of a certain instrument, or the way a lyric is formed or phrased. apparently only 30% - 50% of people experience this in response to music, which explains why some people aren't into music as much as others. i thought i'd look through my ipod and come up with my own list of musical frissons. it only took me a matter of minutes to choose 10 so i may well revisit this in the future. i've linked to the specific moments on the youtube links - although you should listen to the whole song if you want to appreciate those moments fully.
today's photo is a mirrored, rotated building in bogota - here's the original
un graphisme réussi et bien étudié
posted by L'oeil libre on 26 Sep 2012 10:57
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25/09/2012
and does it work for you lately?
i was reading an article on nme.com which was talking about those moments in songs that give you the goosebumps. they call it frisson and explain it scientifically as the flood of dopamine in the brain as a result of an emotional reaction to a moment in a song. it could be a change in tempo, an introduction of a certain instrument, or the way a lyric is formed or phrased. apparently only 30% - 50% of people experience this in response to music, which explains why some people aren't into music as much as others. i thought i'd look through my ipod and come up with my own list of musical frissons. it only took me a matter of minutes to choose 10 so i may well revisit this in the future. i've linked to the specific moments on the youtube links - although you should listen to the whole song if you want to appreciate those moments fully.
today's photo is a mirrored, rotated building in bogota - here's the original