A little musical therapy

This kid is a musical genius – not that this fact hasn’t been noted by thousands already. But it’s still true. And he – Joey Alexander – was born in 2003. I have socks older than that. I believe he may have been 11 years old at the time this recording was made. I don’t know about you, but I …

SoMEbODy nEeds tHerApY

I mean, it’s painfully obvious, isn’t it? Here is this week’s music therapy. Ooh Child from Matt and Oz on Vimeo.

Music therapy

We said last week’s Coldplay video was visually arresting? This is too (maybe more so), but in a completely different way. To get the complete effect, watch full-screen on the biggest screen you can. This is Rawtekk. RAWTEKK Here'sToThem (official video) from denial of service on Vimeo.

Ready for this week’s Music Therapy?

You may never see a more visually arresting and creative video than this one, even if you live to be 312. Thank you, Coldplay. And let’s give a tip o’ the hat to Rene Magritte for the inspiration for this video.

Music Therapy!

It falls on Thursdays, and today brings us one of the most successful videos of all time in that it launched a stellar career for Gwen Stefani and No Doubt. The video combines three elements: a staged rehearsal, electrifying live concert video from an August 1996 concert at New York City’s Roseland Ballroom, and a depiction of the media’s focus …

It’s Music Therapy time!

It is Thursday, after all. Last week? Justin Timberlake and Gwen Stefani. Next week: who knows? This week something that’s (as always) completely different. Start with maybe twenty drones tricked out with synchronized lights. Link those lights to a bank of Shaminsens, traditional Japanese guitars, and hit play with Mt. Fuji as the backdrop. It all comes together rather nicely, …

This week’s Music Therapy

Featuring a star-studded cast of tens, this catchy tune is a worthy source of music therapy. Please enjoy responsibly.

Thursday? Music Therapy is in session.

“Tiny” is a relative term, as you’re about to discover. The Tedeschi Trucks Band definitely fills the room. (If you like this, check out the Medical Examiner Facebook page – facebook.com/AugustaRX – for more.)