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This process occurred "with particular rapidity during three stylistic 'revolutions' around 1964, 1983, and 1991," writes a research team led by Matthias Mauch of Queen Mary University of London. Those years mark the mainstreaming of soul-influence rock, new wave and disco, and rap and hip-hop, …Jazz
"Music is the universal language of mankind."
<i>Amy</i>, BAFTA-winning director Asif Kapaida's forthcoming documentary about the life of Amy Winehouse, arrives in British theaters July 3, with a separate U.S. release later this summer. Here's our latest look at the film: a 52-second clip in which Winehouse belts to the camera, while Winehouse's …Amy Winehouse
Turn up the music!
The results are in. Who is the greatest boy band?<p><i>Note: The band 5 Seconds of Summer was omitted from the results after receiving numerous complaints in the original vote about them not being a "boy band." If they HAD been included, they would have been placed at #8 with a final score of 171.</i>Jonas Brothers
Far from being dead, a rotting human corpse is the cornerstone of a complex ecosystem. A better understanding of this ecosystem could have direct applications in forensic science<p>John had been dead about four hours before his body was brought into the funeral home. He had been relatively healthy for …National Science Foundation
Your home’s gadgets and appliances, even when in “sleep” or “standby” mode, are jacking up your utility bills. Here’s what you can do.<p>Our home's gadgets and appliances—from TVs, computers and coffee makers to clothes dryers—often suck up power even when we're not using them. These energy vampires …U.S. Dept. of Energy
An amino acid found in red meat, poultry, fish, and dairy breaks down dental plaque in lab tests. Could it help people avoid cavities and gum disease?
Columnist Chris Hackett prepares for life after the apocalypse<p>After the apocalypse, your big, fancy television will be dead--no power, no TV. So loot the corpse and use its parts to build the original broadcast entertainment: radio.<p>A radio transmitter sends information across a room, or an ocean, …United States