Accomplished British electronic music producer DJ Fresh teamed up with three disabled musicians—Andy, Mark and Jo—who share Fresh’s passion for electronic music, but lack the ability to physically play the keys of a synthesizer, in order to create a new song based solely on the three men’s brainwaves. Dr. Julien Castet is the fellow who manages the technology, which utilizes Brain-Computer Interfaces that allows individuals to literally send commands to a computer via their brainwaves. It’s hugely powerful technology that opens up a world of creativity and digital productivity to people previously denied such means of expression.
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POPMATTERS SPONSOR—Far East Movement made their mark on the downtown LA dance scene with a sound they label as “dirty bass”, which takes elements from hip-hop and pop equally to concoct a banging sound designed to fill dancefloors. The group released their new album Dirty Bass this past week, their first full-length since 2010’s Free Wired. Below is the video for the album’s single “Dirty Bass”, as well as number of Dirty Bass Boombox Sessions filmed recently.