Braxton, Jody Wisternoff & James Grant – SpaceTime (Ezequiel Arias Remix) | Live at ABGT500

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Watch Jody Wisternoff & James Grant play Ezeqiuel Arias’ new remix of their collaboration with Braxton, ‘SpaceTime’, at Anjunadeep Open Air: Los Angeles for ABGT500.

Argentinian producer Ezequiel Arias returns to Anjunadeep with a fresh remix of Braxton, Jody Wisternoff & James Grant’s ’SpaceTime’. With releases on Sudbeat, The Soundgarden and Plattenbank, the Argentine producer demonstrates his penchant for Progressive House in his latest remix, leading with a driving rhythm section and intertwining melodies.

Following his Anjunadeep debut in 2020 called ‘Sonoma’ with Simon Doty, Ezequiel released his ‘Dreamlike EP’ on the label last year, showcasing his melodic productions which gained tastemaker support from the likes of Matthias Meyer, Eelke Kleijn and Hernan Cattaneo as well as coverage in DJ Mag Latin America.

Release date: 17th January 2022

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Facts About Music and Music Production

Music has been a crucial part of people’s lives for thousands of years. It has been a form of entertainment, a medium for cultural exchange, and an important stimulus for recalling personal memories. Regardless of whether or not an individual is injured or afflicted with brain injury, music still serves as a strong and effective stimulant for memory retrieval.

Research has shown that music increases the ability to recall memories even when a person has suffered a brain injury. Researchers examined music-evoked autobiographical memories in patients with acquired brain injuries.

The study also found that music impacted people’s perception. They determined that music activates networks in the human brain, activating emotions and triggering motor actions.

In addition, music may enhance physical performance. The researchers suggest that listening to music while training for a sport or performing a repetitive exercise can help people perform more efficiently.

According to a recent study conducted by the University of Groningen, a wide network in the human brain is activated by music. This network is connected to the motor and respiratory functions of the body.

Among other things, the researchers discovered that “rich” classical music phrases cause the heart to synchronize with the playing of the music. Additionally, subjects identified smiley faces more accurately when the music matched the emotion.

However, it has been discovered that the average age of musicians is 25 years shorter than the average lifespan of the population. For this reason, it is not advisable to rely solely on music to maintain a healthy cardiovascular system.

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