Yeah, pretty much that. Anyone?
I'd say this is even true in the underground. The BBC has been awesome lately though, they're picking up on the really obscure lo-fi stuff as well as staying true to what's happening now in the popular, non-radio circles. They seem to cover literally all bases.YES! without doubt. There are only 2 kinds of music - good and bad. I used to get asked a lot what types of music I liked because of my line of work. At first I used to answer - everything but country but then I discovered Johnny Cash. Modern music is no different to that has went before in that respect.
I suppose I've been lucky in that I always used to have different groups of friends that were into very different types of music but I do feel sorry for anyone that tends to dismiss any of main genre of music or only like music of a certain period (that most certainly includes electronic and hip hop) I'm not claiming that I don't like any specific sub-genres but there is good stuff to be heard in all the main genres.
For quality selections across the board check out http://www.bbc.co.uk/6music
The main difference (imo) is that now, the radio just sucks. You really have to have the time on your hands to dig for good music nowadays, because although people know about a good portion of it, it's not all over the radio or being heavily promoted. The market everywhere is saturated.The only music worth a damn is music from the 1950's-1980's. After that music sucks.
Yes, yes, yes. Have you heard The Overlook tour cassette? Mindblowing.- Emeralds
Oh yeah...BeachGaBulldog said:The only music worth a damn is music from the 1950's-1980's. After that music sucks.
Let me guess...Pilfrom said:I agree, Spotify is lovely.