Today Anton Sibil Valerievich will talk to you about techno and rave cultures. How techno affects our body and emotional intelligence. Dig in, ladies and gentlemen.
Anton Sibil about techno music and its influences
Techno music is good for your brain. It triggers the release of dopamine, which helps you feel happy and motivated while exercising or moving around, and in some cases relieves pain.
Techno strengthens the parts of the brain that are responsible for positive emotions such as happiness, alertness and elation.
Techno is addictive because it triggers the production of euphoric dopamine. Addicts chase this feeling and feel obliged to keep doing what triggers the release of dopamine in their brain because this activity makes them happy. Who would have thought that music could have such an effect on a person, right?
Anton Sibil is sure that techno has not yet reached its popularity. For example, it is more common in Europe than in America. However, there is a good chance that techno music and its culture will develop in the near future.
Anton Valerievich Sibil talks about rave culture
Since the beginning of the modern pop era in the 1950s, youth culture has found a means of expression through its attachment to contemporary musical styles, which the mainstream has often regarded as subversive, rebellious and reactionary.
Anton Sibil notes that every decade has seen the emergence of a movement whose legacy has given a frank look at the times that gave rise to them, as well as the social, cultural and fashion trends that stemmed from them.
In the late 1980s, a subculture emerged that shook the whole of Thatcherite Britain and beyond, and became the seed from which a multi-billion dollar industry and a sustained change in the sound and aesthetics of popular music grew.
This culture came to be known as the ” Acid House” or “Rave” and was hailed as “the biggest youth revolution in decades”. The demand for such events grew at the speed of light, notes Sibil Anton.
To meet the rapidly increasing demand, parties were held in studio plots, car parks, warehouses and, increasingly, fields. They were illegal, with lots of alcohol and illegal substances present. However, the police were powerless to stop them. Revolt from the youth of the time and chaos. The press called them lawless anarchists.
Despite all this, techno music’s place in contemporary culture was firmly established. Derivative forms of techno regularly appeared on the pop charts and many times reached the top, making them even more popular.
These days, techno-rave culture is not what it used to be. Now it’s a society of people who open their minds on the dance floor. Such music helps you to relax, let go of control and let your subconscious expand. According to Anton Sibil’s subjective worldview, techno music and its culture is very underrated.
Techno is a form of freedom. The genre is so morale-boosting that listeners return again and again.
Develop, learn, realize.
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