Date: June 07, 2022
“I discuss my theory as to why the GEN Z generation doesn’t care about music.”
So…it’s an overload of stimulation drowning out the music?
I find the video game streamers boring…and never watch more than a few minutes of what they put out, if I bother watching any of their content at all.
Normally…I like well made video game reviews…and solid/fun commentary on the video game industry…maybe a bit of industry news, to keep up with what’s going on…
…But I cannot imagine setting here for hours, watching other people play most video games…That’s just torture…and I’d normally only do it, if I’m stuck on a particular game and I need to find out how to get beyond something.
Tutorials are good…but just watching someone play, for the sake of watching how they play?…No, Thank You!
There’s not enough great music put out broadly these days, to really get people to notice and bond with it.
…Most of it is just more generic and passable…but not something that “makes your spirit dance and soar”.
When I first started falling in love with music, I was probably nine or ten…and I had to get lucky, to happen across it again over the radio…I loved when I would finally hear it again.
So much about the finite nature of how we received and experienced music, made it mean more to us…made it more precious to us…because it wasn’t there at all times, with the mere push of a button.
Today…music feels like it’s delegated to background noise…At work, I often find myself turning it off.
I often function better, when it’s quiet…or more quiet…Sad, but true.