A new study published in the scientific journal Acta Tropica claims that the classic Skrillex track ‘Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites’ can actually protect you from mosquito bites. The experiment focused on Aedes aegypti, aka the yellow fever mosquito, and how their typical activities changed when exposed to electronic music. The researchers found that these insects were actually “entertained” by the music
Skrillex is set to return with new music as soon as October, according to OWSLA associated audio engineer Randy Urbanski. Skrillex’s label celebrated its seventh birthday last week, and Urbanski posted a series of Instagram stories to mark the occasion. A caption on one of the posts, which accompanied a picture of Skrillex performing at
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