Rhythm begins in the womb and the heartbeat.
And recent findings in neuroscience reveal that for the rest of our lives, rhythm will continue to have a fundamental impact on our ability to walk, talk — and even love.
Take a scenario almost all of us have experienced before. You’re at a wedding. Everyone’s talking, drinking, milling around. Then the DJ plays that one song — and suddenly, everyone rushes to the dance floor, as if obeying a collective siren call. Some tunes just make us want to move, even if we’ve never heard them before — but why? Full story.
Mitchell Stuart and Greg Kelly (CBC Radio) / May 18, 2020