Podcast 10: The death of ‘the death of music’

Dubber and Steve talk about the death of music, the stories we tell ourselves, experimental pragmatism… and there is pizza.

Stuff we mention along the way:

Guardian article: Music has died. DIED I tell you

Hypebot article about why the internet is a bad place to discover music.

Steve talks about why the internet is NOT a bad place to discover music.

Dubber posts on the CMC blog about Experimental Pragmatism

This is the pizza.

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One thought on “Podcast 10: The death of ‘the death of music’

  1. music says:

    There are many theories and ideas about what has the greatest impact on a child’s learning as they grow – perhaps the most interesting of which is music. Singsongs have always been a popular way of teaching basic communication, language and responsive skills from children, but more recently the idea of music having much larger impact on a child’s learning has started to become prominent. Many researchers believe that music can help hone creativity and improve learning functions by stimulating a developing brain.