Music For A Recession

Philip Maymin has a big idea: That the speed of pop music mirrors the volatility of the stock market. Make:Blog's got the graphic read on what might be a tough academic paper. (But go get it and report back, please.)

(With thanks to the good folks — and cool kids — over at Radio Sweethearts.)



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