5 Reasons Why You Should Listen To Music Everyday

Music is magic. Music heals. Music speaks to us and makes us feel things we never knew. Music gives us life and gives life meaning. Music is universal like love. Listening to music is different for everyone, but I’m sure that we can all agree that music is unique in its power. There are so many reasons why music is good for you. It’s no wonder scientists are saying we should listen to music everyday. Here are some reasons why you should listen to music everyday.

Music can help you sleep better. Listening to music before bedtime or even having music play while you are drifting off can make a huge difference in the quality of sleep. Music helps us relax and switch our minds off from work.

Music improves productivity. Listening to music can help improve productivity. You can listen to music that is specifically designed to make you more focused and productive. You will be amazed at how much you can get done with the help of the right music.

Music is good for your brain. Playing a musical instrument helps to fight ageing and the death of brain cells. If you can’t play an instrument, that’s ok. Just listening to music is also good for your brain as it stimulates different areas.

Music can help manage pain. If you have an injury or a body pain that is bothering you a lot, try and listen to music. The music will distract you and take you on a trip down memory lane. Music will help you feel better and more positive in general, so listen to your favourite songs and just enjoy it and forget about the pain.

Music helps you relax. We already mentioned this earlier, but it is important. If you struggle to switch off after work or to relax, listen to some soothing music. Have a glass of wine or a cup of tea or and take a bath while listening to music.

Music can change the way you live. If you have music around you all the time, you feel how much it influences your day, your mood, your energy levels, and your productivity.

6 Steps to Start Your Own Awesome Band

Starting a band doesn’t necessarily have to be a serious thing. There are many bands that just play for the love of music and who have no interest in being famous. However, most bands start with the purpose of becoming famous and having people hear and love their music. If you think you have the talent to make great music, you should start your own band. Here’s how.

Step 1: Find Band Members

To start your band, you need musicians. If you have friends who want to play and can play, start there. If you need to search a bit further from home, advertise in cafes, on social media, and browse sites like Bandmix. You obviously need to know what you are looking for: a guitarist, a pianist, a bassist, a singer?

Step 2: Choose Your Genre

Once you have everyone together, you can decide together which genre you want to play. Chances are that you guys will have to mix a few genres or create your own sound altogether. Play a few songs and see how it feels. Do a few covers to test your style and play around to discover your unique sound.

Step 3: Establish Your Style and Audience

Now that you have your genre, you can decide what look you want to have. Your target audience will influence the type of clothes you wear, etc. Again, play around with a few looks until you find what looks and feels right.

Step 4: Get Everyone Committed

Draw up a contract or band agreement in which all the members commit themselves to practice times and the band in general. If a member is not committed and ready to put in what is necessary, you will soon find yourself with big problems.

Step 5: Get a Band Name and Practice Space

Decide on a band name and find a space where you can practice. Then start practicing as much as you can. Start writing songs and rehearsing them until you know them inside out.

Step 6: Find gigs and make a demo

Start asking clubs, restaurants, etc. if you can play there. Build momentum and start making a name for yourselves. When you get the money, record a demo.

Get ready for fame, flashing lights, and lots of hard work and fun!


Proof that British Music is Amazing

British artists have always made waves when it came to the music industry. Some of the most popular and most-loved artists in the world, are Brittan’s. There are so many great ones, so it was difficult to choose only a few. Here are the greatest artists and historical events that prove British music is the best.

Adele’s album “21” has gone platinum 10 times. Yes, she is British and yes, that was 10 times. This album was certified ‘Diamond’ by the RIAA. It spent more than 80 weeks on the Billboard top 10.

The Rolling Stones. We don’t think that actually requires an explanation. The Rolling Stones has made history repeatedly and is still loved by people all over the world. They will live forever.

The Beatles. People are saying that One Direction is the new Beatles. Well, we can live with that. The Beatles is another band that created history, was a part of it, and changed the world and the lives of so many people through their music. Even the younger generations of the 2000s have heard of the Beatles.

British music acts earn a lot. Global earnings by the UK music acts have grown with more than 250% since 1999. The royalties they are receiving from across the world has doubled.

We tend to take over the VMAs. Just think Ellie Goulding, One Direction, Mumford and Sons, Ed Sheeran, Calvin Harris…the list continues.

The greatest guitarist in the world. Well, OK, one of the top 2 greatest guitarists in the world. Of course, we are talking about Eric Clapton. This great artist has been inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame three times and he has 18 Grammy Award trophies. Eric Clapton is truly one of the greatest musicians that the world has ever seen.

David Bowie. The Who. Elton John. OK, now we are just throwing around names, but they are all so fantastic and talented that we can’t help it. There is no denying that Britain has produced some of the best musicians in the world. All of which will live on for eternity through their music – the new ones and the older ones.