Sunday, August 06, 2017

Not My Tempo

"Drummer Greg Ellis wants listeners to begin thinking about sound like food—as something they physically ingest that has a quantifiable impact on their wellbeing. These days, he believes most people are consuming the musical equivalent of McDonalds: processed, mass produced, and limited in flavor."

Shelby Hartman at Quartz blames the digital metronome for the "aural blandness" of today's pop music.

And Daniel Sanchez at Digital Music News says that songs written by committees are also a problem.

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