Why, it’s awesome, of course!
Friday Gizmodo posted a review of Brain Shift Radio: Brain Shift Radio Controls Mood with Music—Awesome or Creepy?. Check it out. It’s a fun read. Any day that one is compared to Blade Runner is a good day .
Thank you, Benjamin Naddaff-Hafrey, for taking the time to explore BSR and offering a compelling reason for people to check us out.
That said, if I were to have an occasion to choose between Tequila Sunrise and a BSR mix for my morning after I’d choose this one (you’ll need to log in to see this. It’s in the Community Mixes under the Mix Browser Tab):
Name: Morning After Mix
Description: Too much fun last night? Try this mix to soothe the gremlins in your head.
Created By: Jeff Strong
The reason: Alcohol is a depressant and will slow the brain. A big night of it will leave you waking with an abundance of dis-synchronous theta-wave activity (not to mention a headache). This track will first get your brain into a more synchronous theta state – this is where the 5bps Bendir rhythm comes in.
The interspersed Udu solos at 10 bps will drive your brain into the mid level of the alpha state (a nice, comfy relaxed-alert state). Switching back to the familiar, repetitive Bendir rhythms will keep the intensity of the 10bps stimulation from becoming uncomfortable. The predictability of these 5bps rhythms, coupled with a smooth mid-frequency ambient track without a lot of dissonant harmonic content, will have a soothing effect.
Then each subsequent Udu solo will act as a massage for your brain, waking you up and helping you metabolize the gunk (highly technical term) in your system.
Sure beats wallowing in misery listening to the Eagles…