Science of Sound

May 18, 2012 Science London 6 comments

Ever wondered why you like the music you do? Or why that annoying song just won’t get out of your head? Do you want to know what Lady Gaga and The Stone Roses have in common or how laboratory equipment can be rendered musical genius?

If you answered yes to any (or all) of those questions then come and join us on May 18th at the Chapel Bar in Islington when, for one night only, Science London will be delving into the science of music! Asking why our feet can’t help but tap to those infectious beats and how we can use music to communicate our ideas.

Martin Archer, resident Kiss FM DJ and Space Plasma Physicist will be using the latest club tunes (and fire!) to demonstrate the physics behind sound and explain how DJing can help to explain cutting edge areas of scientific research.

Science communicator and internet phenomenon, Ben Good will be showing us how music can be used to convey complex scientific ideas before he takes to the stage with his blues band “The Lab Rats” to give us a practical demonstration.

Then, after the learning part is done, Ed Drummond will take to the decks, spinning classic tunes into the early hours of your Saturday morning (vouging is strongly encouraged).

Date: Friday 18th May 2012
Time: 7:30pm till 2am
Place: The Chapel Bar, 29a Penton Street Greater London N1 9PX [gmap]
Tickets on the doorLIMITED NUMBER £5 (entry only)

Photos from the night can be seen here.


6 Comments on “Science of Sound

    1. The EventBrite page is password protected for the first 3 days of tickets sales to let mailing list members have priority access. If you are subscribed to our mailing list you will have the password in the latest newsletter.

    1. Hi,

      No plans at the moment but we have loads of stuff in the pipeline and 2013 may see some more big events like this.

      Science London

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