The TRUTH Why Modern Music Is Awful

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Peter Mortensen Holien
Beatles Hey Jude: na na na nananana nananana Hey Jude! Na na na nananana nananana Hey Jude! na na na nananana nananana Hey Jude! Na na na nananana nananana Hey Jude! Just that one flaw. Love your video and old music anyway
DOLPgamer 3000
DOLPgamer 3000 Vor Stunde
I prefer rhythm game music
FPVSprint Music
FPVSprint Music Vor Stunde
Well, I'm proud to like hearing and playing pipe organ music and the good old german march music :)
GodofTrek Vor 2 Stunden
The millennial whoop: Best example ever is the Duck Tales Theme Song. Don't lie, you all love it too
Dylan Matthews
Dylan Matthews Vor 2 Stunden
I’m only 16 and I’m stuck in the middle of the last century
Hectic Hive
Hectic Hive Vor 2 Stunden
Everyone knows that modern music is trash c'mon. I think 90's rock is pretty much the greatest IMO. I'm only 15 y/o but I do enjoy the bands like Gin Blossoms, Goo Goo Dolls, Third Eye Blind, Hootie and The Blowfish, Queen (I know it's more like the 70s and 80s), Metallica, Live, R.E.M., Blues Traveler, and even a lot of the new rock/alternative bands are pretty great like Green Day, Weezer, Modest Mouse, etc. Tell me which one of these guys you like best! I'd love to hear from y'all.
Tyretes !
Tyretes ! Vor 2 Stunden
hmm idk. maybe its just you with your old man taste
Ashkan Parsa
Ashkan Parsa Vor 2 Stunden
lotrdude13 Vor 3 Stunden
Now not acting like this isn't credible or anything, because I think it is very much so, but could you possibly link your sources to this? I'm to write a research paper on this topic and have had a real bad time with sources
Billy Creations
Billy Creations Vor 3 Stunden
Alexa Never play anything again
MysteriousDark Ending
MysteriousDark Ending Vor 5 Stunden
I don't even like Pop music anyway, it does all sound the same and doesn't change. Much prefer Metal or Rock! Has much better meanings, and is far more interesting than lazy Pop or even Dance.
TRK Hero
TRK Hero Vor 5 Stunden
wow that's wow
Uddipan Sarkar
Uddipan Sarkar Vor 6 Stunden
Even my musical taste predates my birth!
razzmatazz1974 Vor 6 Stunden
The same uniformity is becoming the norm in literature and cinema as well. Everywhere you go you will see raving reviews of stupid bestsellers, YA crap and movies about superheroes, remakes, reboots, sequels. Hardly anything worth watching or reading anymore.
autistic_ravioli Vor 6 Stunden
What about twenty one pilots? That's not hard to find and is a little original
James Gall
James Gall Vor 7 Stunden
They should compare Bieber to "She loves me, yeah, yeah, yeah." The Beatles' early stuff was new, but garbage (sorry boomers). Most of today's acts will fade away like most of pop music from every age. A few gems will shine as long as the Beatles and longer.
xgravegame Vor 8 Stunden
want good music? just search jazz or blue's on youtube and you will find good song, even new one's probably then there's is swing, probably rock as well just avoid Pop or Kpop... or trap or some typed of rap that is trap but called rap because yes
David Alley
David Alley Vor 8 Stunden
How did we go from talented satanist, to untalented satanist? Popular music is nothing but autotuned skanks and queers!
Anne Reilley
Anne Reilley Vor 9 Stunden
When he shows the two song writers, the looks in their eyes are like they aren't quite in touch with reality.
carmen capa
carmen capa Vor 9 Stunden
I like soul music. I used to think i liked pop but then i hear soul i was like i truly like this. Pop and rap sound kind of bad to me compare soul.
Thomas McCarthy
Thomas McCarthy Vor 9 Stunden
This is sad to hear as someone who loves trying hard to learn instruments and create original music
StarClay666 Vor 9 Stunden
How to make a song nowadays: -Take an annoying overused background beat that repeats itself over and over throughout the whole song. -rap -use the words money, fuck bitches and drugs -murmur so you barely even hear what is being sung Congratz you got 1billion views on youtube.
Sosasees Vor 9 Stunden
Easy Guide on How to Find good Music: 1. Search for a Music Making Software on any Search Engine. 2. DE-vid will recommend you Songs, that are made with that Software. Many of them usually do not sound like Radio Music, unless that Software is specifially made for Making Top-Selling Pop Songs.
Sosasees Vor 9 Stunden
Mysticswe is a good Music Artist who uses OnlineSequencer.net . This Website only works on Desktop, but he/she also puts his/her Songs on SoundCloud: m.soundcloud.com/user-291302639 There are also many other Good Songs and Music Artists, that you can find by Browsing the Sequence Gallery or Member List on OnlineSequencer.net . For some Reason, the Website also has a Chat. When you Check it, there's a Chance, that someone posted a OnlineSequencer Link of one of his/her Song, usually one of their newer ones or one of their better ones. If you're on OnlineSequencer.net , you don't have to worry, that one Song on this Site sounds commercialized like Modern Radio Songs do. Luckily, this Site doesn't provide the Right Tools to make it possible.
Rob Wells
Rob Wells Vor 10 Stunden
I don't have TV and don't do radio. So I find stuff that I really like on first hearing and stick with it, just as I did in the 60's. Most of it isn't pop. What's weird is that I've become a huge fan of Pink and Taylor Swift via this methodology. For me, it's the arrangements. I even bought Lorde on vinyl because of a couple of great songs on it. I heard her the first time on Pandora and was blown away.
Juror 8
Juror 8 Vor 11 Stunden
Cesar Acosta MD
Cesar Acosta MD Vor 11 Stunden
I'm sorry I don't agree like at all. What about Marc Anthony, Juan Luis Guerra, Celia Cruz, huh?
Qwifinn The Awesome
Qwifinn The Awesome Vor 14 Stunden
???????? Music today is great, you're just looking for it in the wrong place lol - u know what? Here's a list of great artists King Krule Sons Of Kemet Kamasi Washington Tom Misch Peach Pit Mac Demarco King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard Muse my hero Iggy Pop just released a new album a couple years ago and IT IS BANGING Yellow Days The Strokes and all them lot Im not putting greta van fleet on there bc their new album is RUBBISH but if you like led zeppelin and want nostalgia and another cover band, yeah sure, check them out Look, you aren't going to have the same music you once did back in the 70s. And the musicians back then weren't even appreciated as much as I would have liked them to have been - take Frank Zappa, or the Velvet Underground. They didn't sell much or anything. But where would we be without them? It's a matter of perspective.
Nicht von dieser Welt
Nicht von dieser Welt Vor 11 Stunden
Nice list. I dig Kamasi Washington too. But I could add Hiromi, Yo-Yo Ma and Morcheeba to the list.
Izzy Mill
Izzy Mill Vor 14 Stunden
This video is shit. Vsauce explain this quite well in his video juvenoia. Stop presenting your opinion as fact, yes music used to have more diversity, but music taste is inherently subjective, so either continue to listen to the shite on the radio or actually find the tons of good music available everywhere. You know the older people in the sixties thought the same as you: here’s what one critic had to say about the Beatles -“With their bizarre shrubbery, the Beatles are obviously a press agent's dream combo. Not even their mothers would claim that they sing well. But the hirsute thickets they affect make them rememberable, and they project a certain kittenish charm which drives the immature, shall we say, ape.” Then go ahead and tell me that everyone agrees the Beatles were the perfect band that everyone loved back then. You’re doing the same thing as the guy reviewing the Beatles , but with pop music. Don’t you see, in fifty years we’ll all regard ‘California girls’ as the best song ever made and shit on all the new songs on the radio. So stop presenting your opinion as fact and fuck off.
Nicht von dieser Welt
Nicht von dieser Welt Vor 11 Stunden
Music does have more diversity now then ever. If only for the fact that we have such a range of music now. From the latest releases to older music, music that comes from different places all over the world we could not imagine a while ago. Just my two cents.
Nabeel Shariff
Nabeel Shariff Vor 15 Stunden
Listen to Angerfist - Send me to hell
Nabeel Shariff
Nabeel Shariff Vor 15 Stunden
This is so sad 😞 Alexa, play Despacito 2 ɴᴏᴡ ᴘʟᴀʏɪɴɢ: Despacito 2 (Feat: Lil Pump, XXX Tentacion, MinecraftAwesomeParodies, Pink Guy, Death Grips, 6ix9ine, 2pac, Joji, Lil Peep, Lil Yatchy, Ameer Vann, Twenty One Pilots, Blank Banshee, Lil Xan, Kuwait Grips, Tyler The Creator, Jaden Smith, Morrinsoney, Kurt Cobain, Yung Caucasian, DJ Pajamas, Link Wrey, Ice T, Péricles, Lil Gay, Rihanna, Chris Brown, Beyoncé, Eazy E, Pink Floyd, Cal Chuchesta, Ice Cube, BROCKHAMPTON, Odd Future, David Bowie, Elon Musk, Politikz, Yung Thug, Foo Fighters, Billie Holiday, Nat King Cole, My Chemical Romance, Smash Mouth, DJ Khaled, Imagine Dragons, Bjork, The Notourious B.I.G, Mad Dogg, Garth Brooks, JPEG Mafia, Mozart, Car Seat Headrest, Sex Bob-Omb, Frank Jav Cee, Sandtimer, Skrillex, Ghostemane, Nikki Minaj, Kid Cudi, Metallica, John Lennon and The Plastic Yoko Band, Pogo, AC DC, 2 8 1 4, The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Swans, Alexander Hamilton, Jack Douglass, Talking Heads, Arctic Monkeys, Paramore, Iron Maiden, Panic! At The Disco, Nirvana, Avril Lavigne, All Time Low, AJR, Green Day, Deadmau5, Simple Plan, Vanilla Ice, Eminem, The Killers, Drake, Hannah Montana, Vacations, Frank Ocean, Radiohead, Marshmello, Rex Orange County, The Strokes, Kali Uchis, Cardi B, Fall Out Boy, Blink-182, Michael Jackson, Agepê, Jack Johnson, Ninja Sex Party, BTS, Floral Shoppe, Pusha T, Eric Clapton, Pitbull, Will.i.am, Black Eyed Peas, Beastie Boys, Petshop Boys, R.E.M, Tame Impala, Backstreet Boys, The Ink Spots, Kanye West, Dean Martin, Logic, Marty Robbins, KE$HA, G-Eazy, Weezer, Toto, Darude, Shawn Mendes, Maroon Five, Father John Misty, Ed Sheeran, Post Malone, American Hi-Fi, Dashboard Confession, Miley Cyrus, Bob Marley, Nardwuar, King Buzzo, Marvin Gaye, Childish Gambino, Wu Tang Clan, Yellowcard, Leon Noel, Simon and Garfunkel, Elvis Presley, Justin Bieber, Matty B, Dawn, Dawn, Dawn, Johnny Cash, Helen Forrest, Hank Thompson, Tina Fonda, Prince, Rick James, Frank Sinatra, Lil Uzi Vert, A$AP Mob, Home, The Smiths, Joy Division, Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee)
KlootzakPino Vor 16 Stunden
You are absolutely right
Sporkinator Vor 17 Stunden
When I actually listen to lyrics of popular songs, I just think "Who wrote this? This is garbage". I think the mere exposure effect works in reverse for me. The more times I hear it, the more I hate it. That's probably why I hate Christmas music.
Mateusz Szwarc
Mateusz Szwarc Vor 17 Stunden
Modern music needs more cowbell.
robert hicks
robert hicks Vor 18 Stunden
Years ago, someone asked me why I like ABBA rather than the newer band (not going to name it, but he did early in the video). I told him the loudness made it hard to understand the nuances. He thought all of ABBA's song sounded a like. I find that memory rather ironic after watching this.
Edwin S Anthony
Edwin S Anthony Vor 19 Stunden
Correction. Not 'modern music', but 'modern WESTERN music'. In that title itself lies the crux of the problem with western music. As for the Beatles, it is alright, not a masterpiece. Your view is borne of way too much cultural inbreeding. There's a whole world of music out there, with different strains of depth that is pretty much unfathomable by people in the west. Go explore. The only music from the west that i really respect ranges from the likes of The Carpenters to Gover Washington, Bob James, Chuck Mangione, amongst others. The Beatles is pop, all the way to much of present-day western 'music'.
Liberty Prime
Liberty Prime Vor 20 Stunden
Ironic isn't it? We thought music would ruin our children; instead, children ruined our music.
Myfukinusername Vor 21 Stunde
fuck Morrissey
justin bieber
justin bieber Vor 21 Stunde
This is so true.. And I know a lot of people are gonna come at me saying "how come your pfp is Justin Bieber then? " ..I think his music is great and I mean the acoustic ones..I don't like the overproduced songs he does. I'd rather listen to 80s music all day than listen to music nowadays. Even though there's good music out there, we need to put so much effort to find a good song. I find every song nowadays same, the beats and the lyrics..
Michael Gardner
Michael Gardner Vor 22 Stunden
I couldn't agree more. Oh my God does today's music suck. It lacks even one ounce of character - it is just death. I can't even bear to listen to it. And it's only going to continue to decay into more and more inhuman forms of loathsome pudridity unless there's some radical change in the economy that is responsible for destroying all of the arts. This is a historical truth - the arts suffer when economies are in decline.
Leydi C.
Leydi C. Vor 23 Stunden
Singers nowadays want to be famous and don't want to make good music
Aaron Miller
Aaron Miller Vor 23 Stunden
2:28 haRmonic is spelled as ha_monic
Thomas McGoldrick
I've listened to this one song about 2,100 times and I just realised I don't even like it.
rogamer 187
rogamer 187 Vor Tag
the real reason why is because you develop your taste of music at 13-14 after that new music begins to sound horrible. This is not because good music is dying but how your brain is changing. People in the past thought 70's, 80's, 90's music was horrible like modern day music. An example of this is Quincy Jones saying, "The beatles were the worst musicians in the world" if you say that you can't trust a 13 year old who has this profile pic in the replies you are very judgemental
saber's gaming
saber's gaming Vor 20 Stunden
what was that last sentence?
Luke Shpeewalker
jesus fucking christ this comment section is full of neckbeards
Frrlas Vor Tag
Sabaton is great every time :)
Luís Augusto Alberge Lombardi
This video was fantastic and explain why I listen to the same bands and artists since I felt in love with my first album "Nevermind". For almost 3 decades I don´t change or add more artists, is always the same and now I am glad that I did this way.
21stcenturytrash 1
Great, now you’ve brought a bunch of preteens claiming they were “born in the wrong generation”
Something With Emerald
Their is no meaning or passion in modern songs unless you dig for it. For now I'll stick with the past's music and a few hidden modern gems like neffex.
Sydney Lane
Sydney Lane Vor Tag
Saying that; wow look the beatles made a song with a whole orchestra of instruments, and Robin Thicke only used one instrument: drum machine is a huuuge simplification, mainly becuase drum machine and synthesizer serve a purpose of hunders and hundreds of instruments. I really love that beatles song and album in general, but that's a weak point. Also what do you mean the same combination of keyboard, sampler, drum machine, and computer software? These are just tools to emulate sound. It's the same if you said. "Most of the music in the sixties was made using one combination: a microphone, and a tape machine." The similiarity of songs: It isn't that the music is getting worse, quite the opposite it's getting better at understanding the demand of the pop market. It's what people want to listen. But in my opinion that's not a flaw at all. There is still plenty of great alterantive/underground music you can listen to, and it's more accesible than ever, thanks to internet, music streaming platforms etc. Also whatever if these musician didn't write these songs? Jazz musicians in the 50s also played songs written by other composers. Why do poeple get so offended when they hear that eg. Justin Bieber didn't write his own song. If eg. Max Martin has a great talent to write hit songs, why not let him to? That's what people want to listen. Well, when it comes to the 'loundness war': Best producers in world know the balance between a good compression and an overcompressed song, and do not over use it. Also the example you used is an aweful use of compression, it makes the songs volume sound unbalanced, and also the signal begins to clip. Producers know how to use compression to make the song sound more exciting. Of course in the 60s at Abbey Roads sound engineers also used compressors. The next point is just nonsensical to me. Back then your succes in the music business was depending on just a random lookout for talents. When did "We the people" got to decide? Today the scene is more competitive due to the internet market where the talent and skill matter more. Of course it's stil hella random, but still better than it used to be. Also brain washing? Hard to tell what's the cause and what's the effect here. Do people listen to these songs because they hear them everywhere, or are they just used in stores, and movies because people want to listen to that? As far as i'm concerned it's the movies, and stores who pay music labels to play their music...
Harry Senior
Harry Senior Vor Tag
60s ha fuck that take me to the 80s
Ian M Cage
Ian M Cage Vor Tag
popular music was weaponized even before the material of the sixties. this was not an organic development. find out who owned the music industry during the decades since the fifties and you will see the systematic unfolding of cultural control. hint: the same group that has controlled music are the same group that has controlled hollywood movies, the news media, the university/education platforms, and now has a stranglehold on the two-party system. who controls and shapes?! good luck in your (((search))).
scott mcadam
scott mcadam Vor Tag
The are a lot of amazing bands out there , It is the music industries relentless promotion of manufactured pop music aimed at young teenagers , makes sense because thats who spends most on music , also young people are easily influenced and they simply have to be part of whatever is trending ! FYI - Trending is actually false as you pay cash you get yourself on that list without any previous interest . As i said there is good music out there , its not all generic bullshit , if the charts were separated under 18s & over 18s , it would clearly demonstrate that under 18s prefer disposable junk pop that endlessly copies itself , and most of these artists are autotuned as they simply cannot sing -
Ruben Lawas
Ruben Lawas Vor Tag
Adam neely made a good point why music is not bad. its you getting older to simplify its all about how your brain works
Tsar Fox
Tsar Fox Vor Tag
Because every era has its share of schlock and we only listen to the good songs from the past. Also, a lot of songs that "suck" really don't. They're just not profound masterpieces, but rather just simple, fun songs.
Ghost Roaster
Back then, music was seen as art. Now, its just a business.
CHB Vor Tag
I think sia is pretty damn amazing tbh
Sophia Gonzales
TBH back then I thought pop music was cool but it just sucks to me these days.
richard newey
Put a cap on the earnings which would make it less attractive to so called artists its the money that always attracts atleast 10 cowboys artists out of the one real artist..
Mr.Right Thinker
solution is there. 1. Don't Quantize tracks 2. No more than 7 tracks 3. No synths for genuine instruments. 4. try 5/4, 6/4 ,7/8 , 9/4 ,10/4 ,12/4 time signature. don't go for 4/4 its too comman. 5.write in diffrent diffrent tempos like 116 , 144 , 169 ,88 , 6. use polyrhythms 7. use Euclidian rhythms . 8. write in diffrent diffrent modes and scales. 9. try other temparments 10. don't care market. just do.
Matthew Kersten
I like older music a lot better then newer
20alphabet Vor Tag
Actually, you're comparing crap with sh!+.
Jacob Dalland
I'm glad to hear that I don't just have an unbased bias against pop music and that there actually are elements that make it blah. The bad news is that I work at a retail store and have heard the SAME songs for more than a year and probably more years after that until I can actually get a better job.
Wag2112 Vor Tag
Its all corporate bullshit ! Its sheep being taken to the field by the pack of wolves ( producers & publicists ) You Tube is very good at " recommending " a related band if you watch a few of your choosing - Greta Van Fleet , Light in Babylon, anything from the O'keefe Music foundation, even STS 9 are all very good " non pop " starter points for exploration . and then there is IronMaiden - the most successful machine to ever give the finger to the corporate bullshit and survive ! Up The Irons !
Miyawaki Sakura Cheeks14
Eh, as long as I enjoy it, it doesn't have to be good. I just want some dopamine to be released in my brain and be happy.
Miyawaki Sakura Cheeks14
And music wasn't made to help people recognize talents, it was for people to be happy anyways. I don't care about the soulfulness.
James Brink
James Brink Vor 2 Tage
Finally truth with data! BRAVO
Rainer67059 Vor 2 Tage
Language complexity has also decreased over time. Not the recent decades, but over millennia. Modern Western languages, at least the popular ones, are nothing what Latin and Greek were. Then we changed from the use of Latin as the international language of science in the early 20th century, to English in the late 20th century. Still in the 1920s, French was the language people learnt all around the world to communicate with people abroad in other-language countries. English wasn't popular. Still in the 1950s, French was popular alongside English, and it was called Grand Prix de l'Eurovision de la chanson. But today, no one speaks French anymore, it's called ESC. That was a decline in intellectuality. Also, so many countries went officially from the English system of weights and measures to the Metric system. Traffic rules were simplified (New Zealand, Ireland were strongholds of "right turn before left turn" while driving on the left). They tried to make the USA shift to watching and playing soccer, but that didn't work out.
Mel Popovich
Mel Popovich Vor 2 Tage
I thought the 20 min video had exhausted me. Then I read the comments section.
Emily Bird
Emily Bird Vor 2 Tage
i hate that good bands are going pop, just for the attention and the money of course.
Laycee Lay
Laycee Lay Vor 2 Tage
J F Vor 2 Tage
My first favourite song was NOT something I shunned at first and then "grew to like". Rather, I became ecstatic at the first decasecond on first listen. (The year was 1994; the song was "Close to you" by Fun Factory.) That song has absolutely beautiful filtered-sawtooth-wave synthesizers, producing one of the most pleasing timbres ever... very melodic vocals polished with just the right amount of reverb and ambience... and a gripping rhythm behind it all. Also, "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" is quite possibly the WORST album to ever have been released but still bizarrely gain popularity. "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds"?? *barf barf barf* That song is as wretched and cringy as "Strawberry fields forever". Such thinly strained vocals with no ambience, no reverb, so dry and raw it sounds like an amateur 6 year old singing into a toy cassette-tape recorder and calling that "professional". The whiney lyrical passages just make you want to shove a toilet plunger in Lennon/McCartney's face so they'll STFU... but then the musical accompanyment isn't much to celebrate either. Not only is there complete lack of interest in the boring vacuous rhythm... the spectral shape of the timbre is missing such critical frequencies in the low-mid / high-bass that it sounds like a giant "hole" in the audio quality. I'd rather listen to the world through a cardboard tube than hear this beatlestrash that really, only became popular because it was "different" and "unique" -- not because it was actually "good". As a former sound technician, I'm glad I was not alive and working at Abbey Road Studios in the 1960's. Because if I would have heard these four clowns in my headset after my boss orders me to record them... that would have been the day I type my resignation letter. And seek employment at a place where there's actually good music instead.
King D - Mind
King D - Mind Vor 2 Tage
Songs have become so similiar, I can almost always predict what a song will say without having to have heard it before.
You know what are truly good songs the wanderer by dion maybe by the inkspots or little bitty pretty one by thurston harris
Miiks Vor 2 Tage
Konradkh Vor 2 Tage
More people that actuallly agrees... I never liked the new popular songs, I just like some new songs, because they're complex.
The DJ's Disciple
You need to get out of the pop music realm.
Andy Vor 2 Tage
Please, the complexity and variety of progressive rock is light years away from the great, but still popular Beatles' music: the decadence started in late '70s, not after the Beatles.
Dida Selim
Dida Selim Vor 2 Tage
And this is why I only listen to world music. Although every musical tradition of the world has been infiltrated steadily by the American juggernaut. Thank you to you and your team for doing the research. This was an exceptional piece.
King Nothing
King Nothing Vor 2 Tage
The thing is, I don't listen to pop
אהרון Vor 2 Tage
ATTENTION ALL VAN HALEN, GUNS N ROSES, METALLICA, AC DC fans, hit a like...this is the place where we dont get to look like old fashioned and weird
Nicht von dieser Welt
Nicht von dieser Welt Vor 22 Stunden
Van Halen, AC/DC, Metallica. And you think you don't look old fashioned? Even Vivaldi's Four Seasons sounds more fresh than those old metal crooners.
Aleks Degtyarev
Aleks Degtyarev Vor 2 Tage
Whoop Whoop!
Dennis Kiruai
Dennis Kiruai Vor 2 Tage
ratchet ratchet ratchet
ludnicabrat Vor 2 Tage
American mainstream music should be banned by law and seen as a criminal act. Beyonce, Cyrus, Kanye and whatever the names of the other shitbags are, anything related to pop, rnb, hip hop, trap, they should all be dead or in jail.
Mark Dodson
Mark Dodson Vor 2 Tage
I am on board with what is being said here but... You can't have it both ways. In order for you to hear great music there has to be some sort of vehicle to bring that music to you or for you to find it. The business of selling music is just that, a business, it has always been that way. Technology, as technology does, has led to the monetizing, and commoditizing of music. The market always runs to be more efficient thereby being more profitable. If the profit margin is shrinking the efficiency must increase to makeup for this shortfall. I don't know what the solution is. Propping up an inferior business model for the sake of art will always fail because economics will prevail in the end. Nobody can lose money forever. You eventually run out of money, unless you are the government... Please feel free to discuss, this is just my off the top of my head opinion.
Mark Dodson
Mark Dodson Vor 2 Tage
Go make music, it will make you happy
Lars Casteen
Lars Casteen Vor 2 Tage
this is brain-meltingly stupid
Nicht von dieser Welt
Nicht von dieser Welt Vor 22 Stunden
+DW'89Music See, that's the problem here. The dude in this video could not even care to dig deeper than the Beatles and Pink Floyd. And he could not escape pop music for some reasons he did not tell us. That sure made him a bitter snitch. Did it not?
DW'89Music Vor Tag
Do you like any of those pop "artists" of today? You know, the ones who morely give you a penis erection than creating good music.
hafizul alif
hafizul alif Vor 2 Tage
Music nowadays is not awful, it’s is literally just shit.
Tami B
Tami B Vor 2 Tage
classical music is always nice i'm a young person and i'm prettty sick of listening to cardi b, tekashi, etc.
Nicht von dieser Welt
Nicht von dieser Welt Vor 22 Stunden
Then don't listen to it?
Quinberly Vor 2 Tage
Mariah carey wrote all her songs and they were brilliantly written, she has a very wide vocabulary. She wrote 17/18 number 1 hits and the songs she didn't write are covers and the song with whitney Houston
Lambent Sonata
Lambent Sonata Vor 2 Tage
Some interesting points, but WAAAAAAY too much talk, too much irrelevant background music (get rid of it, it has nothing to do with what you're talking about), and not nearly enough musical examples (it would have only taken a few seconds, for example, to play several samples from various "millennial whoop" songs). In short, a talk about music should contain about as much musical examples as talk, otherwise it goes over people's heads, bores people, and fails to convey understanding of what you're talking about. (And, honestly, you put Stefani Germanotta in the same category as Katy Perry and Britney Spears??? Please tell me you're kidding.) Also, the part about "familiarity breeds fondness" is complete 100% utter bullshit. Just as often, familiarity breeds contempt. Example: that ultra-whiney "I I hope you meet somebody like me but don't forget me" song screeched by a sobby female singer that you hear every day in every Jack In The Box on Earth; I detest that piece of shit more each time I hear the fucking thing. So don't tell me "mere exposure creates adoration"; it most assuredly does NOT. As for that bullshit about "you hated your favorite pop song the first time you heard it", no I didn't. Most pop music, I start out loathing, and keep right on loathing, more and more intently as time goes by and I get more and more sick of the shit. Whereas songs that I really like grab my attention IMMEDIATELY on first listen. Ironically, two of my favorite songs ("Talk" by Coldplay, and "Paradise" by Coldplay) I heard for the first time over the overhead PA system in the (now defunct) Vons supermarket in Tustin, California. On each of those two occasions, I slammed on my brakes and stood mesmerized, under the PA system, rapt with full attention. No "repeated exposure" required. Artistic integrity stands on it's own. (As opposed to bullshit, which needs to be hyped.) Also, why do you assume that all music is like the 3-minute English-language American-made pop songs you hear on the fucking radio? Almost NONE of it is! Most music is not vocal! And of that minority which is vocal, most is neither English-language nor made in America nor pop nor commercial. To hear the 99.999% of humankind's music you've been ignoring, turn your fucking radio off, get on SoundCloud and DE-vid, and search for the music of the 194 non-USA nations. Hint: USA is neither the biggest nor the best nation on Earth, and does not have the best music. Discover Beethoven, Sibelius, Aki-Glancy, and Dateken. Discover the musics of Mongolia, Japan, Australia. Discover the ragas of India. In short, get your mind out of the pop sewer and open your ears to the whole world of music all around you. For examples of some things you may not have heard before, listen to this DE-vid playlist: de-vid.com/video/video-o76OOccKPx8.html&index=1&list=PLNTqR_rRBmPTZSOd0BpL9GY9nlp2omirI
further further
further further Vor 2 Tage
You look to young to think this way. put on some Kendrick Lamar. It will do you good.
Nicht von dieser Welt
Nicht von dieser Welt Vor 22 Stunden
Kendrick Lamar can not convince anyone for real. Who is this guy again?
Charles 22
Charles 22 Vor 2 Tage
I always knew the peak decade was the 60's musically, and this proves it. Ironically enough, I don't even count the Beatles in that, as I just never cared for them much. I think a lot of it had to do with quite a lot of the music was rock folk music, and the more time progressed, the more those sort of songs completely disappeared. Also, despite it not being rock, the rat pack sort of music saw it's peak in the 60's as well.
Harvest Laborer
Harvest Laborer Vor 2 Tage
The devil has used the European music industry to destroy society in America. They're atheistic and satanic. And yes, especially The Beatles. America was very wholesome at one time. But the "British Invasion" and rock and roll killed our society. That Sargent Pepper album has Aleister Crowley on the cover of it. That should tell you something.
Jude Urman
Jude Urman Vor 2 Tage
19:00 "Yes, of course, music is an expression of your personality..." I can't help but think (in relation to those that like modern pop music), "That modern, brainwashed, fad following personality?"
Moonboi Vor 3 Tage
Music now-a-days is over-pampered celebrities bitching about their drugs and love while prolonging words like: "Yeaaaaahaaaaahahahahahhahhahhh" for 2 minutes and using excessive amounts of autotune. *cough* Drake *Cough*
Rainer67059 Vor 2 Tage
trendy: sing "yeah" a hundred times in a song articulate: use the word "century"
Metalogen Vor 3 Tage
> Be me, likes metal
Teisha Dost
Teisha Dost Vor 3 Tage
Your headline says Modern Music as a whole yet you only talk about today's pop musicians. The vid was good informative, but there are more genre's out there than that petty pop stuff. Way more genre's!
cuteswan Vor 3 Tage
5:45 "The more we hear the same sounds, the more we enjoy them." …said by someone who's obviously never had idiot neighbors or watched cable news. Still, point taken. Thanks.
I listen to rock and Hard Rock. Actual good music. Like Green Day, Sum 41, Three Days Grace, Saint Asonia, Journey, and little bit of David Bowie.
Frank Drebin
Frank Drebin Vor 3 Tage
Frankly i can't wait for the coming music dystopia. All governments have failed and the world is ruled by King Justin Bieber and his Queen Taylor Swift. All other genre of music have been destroyed by order of his Highness Justin Bieber. Miles Davis, B.B King, Marvin Gaye, The Beetles, Frank Sinatra, Freddie Mercury and Michael Jackson have been erased from history. Movie are banned, because movies scores might make people feel something. Only Music approved by Lord Max Martin is allowed to be heard. Its coming folks, Its coming.
Nicht von dieser Welt
Nicht von dieser Welt Vor 22 Stunden
There is tons of music I don't even remember anymore no matter how much I loved it in the past. so what gives? The Beatles sucked anyway,
Phillip Wead
Phillip Wead Vor 3 Tage
I've read a lot of the comments and many of you get it! I'm 58 and grew up with the great songs. This guy knows exactly what he's talking about. I was a club Dj in the 80's, played in bands all my life, and currently am the engineer of my own small recording studio. I also do a podcast and radio show featuring the music from the 70's, 80's and 90's. philsclassictunes.com
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