Seek out a better experience, upgrade to a full membership! (Learn more)
 News Pop / Rock 16/03/2018

'Sleep Better': The World's First Sleep Album Led By Scientific Research

'Sleep Better': The World's First Sleep Album Led By Scientific Research

Video news

Our news in your mail

* indicates required
News frequency *


New York, NY (Top40 Charts / UMe) On World Sleep Day - Friday, March 16 - UMe releases Sleep Better, the first collection of soundscapes researched and designed by a sleep specialist - the respected electronic Producer/DJ, Psychoacoustic Researcher and Sleep Science Coach, Tom Middleton.

To be played in the hour prior to going to bed, is a series of soundscapes designed to ease the brain into switching off and preparing for sleep, appealing to its natural cycles and circadian rhythms. The soundscapes have been created based upon research to help the mind and body decelerate through rhythmic entrainment and exposure to psychoacoustic ambient sounds, techniques which have been shown to reduce heart, respiratory rate and even lower blood pressure. It is as much a call to action for forming new habits as it is a sleep-aid and will be a loud voice in the wider conversation around health and sleep in 2018. is now available to stream and download at https://sleepbetter.lnk.to/sleepbetter. The music is also available alongside tips and routines with the Sleep Better Sleep Hygiene app available on iOS and Android.

Sleep deprivation is described as a 'modern day epidemic' by experts - affecting performance and long-term health with an economic impact of £40bn a year to the U.K. [1]. Tom Middleton's aim is to shift attitudes to a full night's sleep being a right, rather than a luxury. In terms of design and research, Sleep Better is leagues above other similar music (which can be counterproductive) and is a holistic approach to serve to benefit those who need it most (parents, nurses, doctors, shift workers, students, insomniacs, the infirm).

Tom Middleton:
"I've been fortunate to clock up 49 countries in 28 years as a music producer and international DJ, working with some of the biggest names and performing to over a million people. I've observed how sound can positively affect people physically and emotionally. My scientific curiosity and jet lag induced insomnia drove me to train as a Sleep Science Coach, delve into the worlds of psychology, neuroscience and psychoacoustic research to inform these useful soundscapes to aid sleep health and hygiene. My new mission is to help you sleep better after two decades of keeping you up all night."

Tom Middleton has consulted with multiple experts, studies and the most up-to-date research in his approach to creating the album.

Dr Michelle O'Reilly, PhD., Cognitive Neuroscientist said:
"As many people already use music as a low cost, side-effect free tool to help them get to sleep, it makes sense for someone to design music specifically for this purpose and Tom Middleton has done just that. Using an extensive body of research literature as its base, this music is an excellent aide which could be used as a stand-alone or in conjunction with other sleep hygiene methods to help people get a good night's sleep"

Tom Middleton is a world renowned, respected pioneer of electronic music and now a qualified Sleep Science Coach. He has pushed boundaries of electronic music since the early 90s, working with Aphex Twin on his debut release, founding the pioneering ambient electronic outfit Global Communication, signing Matthew Herbert's debut project, through to working with the world's biggest artists such as Prince, Coldplay, Goldfrapp and more. As a producer, remixer and DJ, he is both eclectic and prolific. Now, after a radical reassessment of his creative motivations, he has embarked on a new mission to help bring calm and use his knowledge to improve the lives of others around him. Middleton has consistently maintained his empathic philosophy of music with emotional integrity and meaningful intention and Sleep Better is the apex of his life's work.






Most read news of the week
Divided Minds Release New Single "Norterra Pkwy" On Spotify Follow-Up To Their Recent Music Video "Don't Get Too Close"
'This Is Us (Music From The Series) Season 2,' Featuring Top Songs From NBC Hit Show's Second Season, Released Today By UMe
Watch G-Eazy's Video For Single 'Sober' Featuring Charlie Puth
Triple Pop Announces "Acoustic Remixed" EP From Kacey Musgraves
Rise Among Rivals Releases Official Music Video For "empty Love Scene"
London Boom Bap Star Delivers His Soliloquy To The Self
Mountain Jam Releases Daily Lineups
DJ Software Creators Digital 1 Audio Launches DEX 3.10 Upgrade For Mac And Windows With A Myriad Of New Karaoke Features Designed For Professional Karaoke Hosts
Saxon Unleash New Video For "Nosferatu (The Vampire's Waltz)"
Quickdraw Records Contracts With CDX Nashville, Bill Wence Promotions & Mach3 Entertainment Group
Music Stars Honor Elton John On The Rockin' Tribute "Elton John: I'm Still Standing-A Grammy Salute," To Be Broadcast Tuesday, April 10 On CBS
Hall Piano Company Opens Registration For Steinway Young Artists 2018 Piano Competition To Be Held In New Orleans
Stream XXXTentacion's New Album '?'
Italian Singer Giada Valenti Celebrates Tiramisu Day, March 21, With Giving Away Her New Single And 5 Different Tiramisu Recipes
Gritty Americana Singer-songwriter RIVVRS Drops Stellar New Single




© 2001-2019
top40-charts.com (S4)
about | advertise | site map
contact | privacy
Page gen. in 0.4640191 secs // 4 () queries in 0.026678800582886 secs
Top40-Charts.com
Members Area
Register or login with just your e-mail address

A validation link will be sent to your e-mail. The link will expire in 15'.


Support Top40-Charts.com (5$/year) We noticed you are using an Ad blocker! Please consider supporting our site. We provide free content for everyone and would love to only be funded by music lovers -> Find out how