Musical Poison: Devolution of Society Tracks Descent of Pop Music into Crude Ugliness

2 years ago

Amazing musical ability has become mediocre — because we have access to so many great musicians. At the same time popular music has become less amazing, crude and ugly as artists seek novelty, and probe the dark depths of human nature. Bill Whittle and Alfonzo Rachel explore how music turned to poison.

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