Even if tastes are known to differ – music is the language that everyone understands. And it seems like this has always been the case. The discovery of a Neanderthal flute made from cave bear bones gives an idea of how far back the history of music really goes. Said flute was discovered in Slovenia and is said to be at least 50,000 years old. It turns out that humans have been looking for ways to express themselves in ways other than the use of their vocal cords since prehistoric times. Which is why, in my blog post, I explore the question: Which songs, albums and soundtracks are particularly interesting in terms of storytelling? From rock to rap to pop to classical music, I’ve searched all genres and even ran into an old acquaintance whose work happens to be the foundation of our daily work at Mashup Communications.
Brand Storytelling, Cultural Fields