As the anniversary of the March 11 quake and tsunami tragedy in Japan nears, a Japanese artist has come up with a unique way to help the healing process —with music recorded from brain waves.
The Brain Pulse Music (BPM) is artist Masaki Batoh’s way of addressing the emotional wreckage caused by last year’s tragedy.
“Music and acupuncture treatment are really one and the same to me, an extension of my spiritual expression. It’s a very natural thing,” he said.
Batoh, who has had 20 years of acupuncture work, is also head of the musical group Ghost. His BPM seeks to set traditional spiritual tracks alongside music recorded from the brain waves of patients.
Batoh is donating profits from BPM towards a fund for orphaned children. A promotional video is shown below.
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