The debate "Music in the past is better than music today" was started by
January 16, 2016, 7:55 pm.
46 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 25 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most of the people in this community are on the agreeing side of this statement.
zeroHour posted 1 argument, Sherlock17 posted 1 argument, danielle posted 2 arguments, State57 posted 1 argument, KoEun posted 1 argument, Tania posted 1 argument to the agreers part.
MrShine posted 1 argument, Sosocratese posted 1 argument to the disagreers part.
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Music today as all about weed, sex,money big boobs and big ass.
Reece is right, this is a matter of opinion so it is hard to debate. However I do agree with it!
That is a matter of opinion .
Perhaps some genres of music, but there are so many platforms out today to release music that you get more artists able to get away from mainstream radio and make some fantastic music. I would argue that it's harder to find great music because of the sheer volume and multitude of platforms.
Yeah I totally agree with this topic. As for some K-pop music('cauae I'm a Korean haha)for an example, most of the girl group songs nowadays seems to be concentrated how showy they are dressed raher than the music it self. Sometimes I get confused whether I'm watching a music video or a porn.
Nothing today comes even close to Jelly Roll Morton's "The Crave".
It depends on where you look. Its much easier to release crap now and abuse samples, but overall we are more capable now than ever of releasing art. All we have to do is shift through the crap to find something nice. Orchestras are still composing, people are experimenting, nothing was lost, too many people just got onboard for something they can't do.
yep!! was talking about this earlier! music now is a load of auto-tuned dub step crap! no emotion in music these days
because they using their imagination very well