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Music Medicine


Music Medicine is a forward thinking show presented by former BBC Radio 1 & 1Xtra Producer and Ecstatic Dance DJ, Iszabel, broadcasting from the magical island of Ibiza. Music Medicine delves deeper into the beats and speech to increase consciousness about who and how we are, to help you connect more fully with yourself, each other and the world around. It’s about letting go, learning, listening, feeling, healing and dancing. Loosely based around an Ecstatic Dance ‘wave’, the show traverses the BPMs and genres. There’s pre-released tracks, fresh cuts and old school classics. The music helps us to drop the thoughts from our mind and get into the bones and muscles of our bodies. There are tracks to unwind to and tracks to shake out to. The music also takes us into our hearts, so we can feel the full spectrum of human emotion. Music Medicine aims to be both a resource and a support. You can use it as the basis for your embodiment practice or listen to it as a show in itself. There are als... more


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Latest Episodes

I kick off this years Movement Medicine with a heap of fresh tracks and pre-releases. There’s brand new Drum n Bass from Lowr, melodic techno courtesy of Cebb & Delon and breaks by Breacon. I'm also repping the sisters with new tunes from Xinobi feat... more

3 days ago

In the final dose of Music Medicine for 2021, I let the music do the talking with a classic Ecstatic Dance mix to help you let go of the mind and get into the body. more

a month ago

“One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.” In this months’ dose of Music Medicine, I drop beats to help navigate the full spectrum of what it means to be human. There’s new releases from Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs and S... more

2 months ago

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Music Medicine launched a year ago and published 12 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.

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