This is a fantastic article by Jeff Pollack over at the Huffington Post.

It has been striking how many of the comments to some of my recent blogs about the continued deterioration of the traditional music business, other than the greed of the labels, concern the low quality of new music today. But it’s simply not the case. This tired argument has been used by each succeeding generation after they pass through their primary music discovery years. Somehow, the music from the era they grew up in represented a special window of innovation and quality that will never be duplicated.

via Jeff Pollack: No, New Music Doesn’t Suck.

One Response to “No, New Music Doesn’t Suck”

  1. Great post! You should definitely follow up on this topic??

    -Sincerest regards

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