>people unironically think that music is actually getting better
>people unironically think that the removal of record stores and music shops wont hurt the music scene
>people unironically think that music now is better than the music in the 70s. you just have to "look for it"
>people unironically think you can only critique music if you only listen to and like all genres.
>mfw music will die for these reasons
not if you look for the good stuff
>mfw caught you in a catch 22
>3/4 of the beatles goingo on amazing solo careers
>hard rock finally taking shape in the hands of motörhead, ac/dc, deep purple, etc
>the decade of punk
>disagreeing with OP
>only because of a superfluous element of the post
there was shitty music back then,too.
I think you can argue whether old music was better than new music. I have hard time deciding. I can't defend the shit I hear in the radio and say it's better than some of the good stuff back in the day . Then again I don't think Pink floyd was played much on the radio either.
>'le dadrock memes'
>'must... not... like them...'
>i must avoid... being... labeled!!!'
>'it's the only way...of to not being called... pleb... in a chinese cartoon forum!'
List yours m8
>mfw we already have enough music to last for our lifetime
Can, King Crimson, Faust, Black Sabbath, Sun Ra, Miles Davis, Charles Mingus, Don Cherry, Tangerine Dream, Klaus Schulze, Third Ear Band, Popol Vuh, Deuter, Gila, Yes, Caravan, Soft Machine, Pink Floyd, Agitation Free, Ash Ra Tempel, Chrome, Talking Heads, Santana
>implying iggy pop, ramones, television, patti smith were bad
80's punk was mostly a continuation of the work of the aforementioned bands during that decade. also 90's punk was garbage