Music has contributed to gatherings and bonding among groups for centuries, which is always a good way to create relationships.
Music is a side effect of self-awareness and love in our species. Many birds sing songs with the purpose of attracting mates, and while a sparrow's song is not as complex as one sung by humans, it involves the same basic motivations.
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Music is related to our cognitive capacity, comprehension, and self-awareness. It is our ability to create interesting fractals.
Love and trust are connected to music as it removes logic and reasoning out of the way, letting the people come into an imaginative dream world. Music evokes true love, commitment, long-term relationships, and emotional connections between people.
That is why we don’t just like music, we love music.
Music is important to people individually and on a societal level. Music is greatly influential to the state of technology. The devices we use to listen to music shape the technological landscape.
But when did earbuds become synonymous with a portable music player, and where did it all start?
Although there may be detrimental effects of listening to music while working, listening to music in between tasks can boost your mental performance and the ability to concentrate on a task for long periods of time.
Production of new TV content has increased exponentially since the last decade, due to a variety of streaming platforms competing against each other and a whole lot of channels on the air.
But paradoxically, cultural consumption is moving towards the tried and tested classic programs and series, which seem comforting, familiar and a safe bet.