well, i think its pretty obvious i didn't interview every single person in the world.IncarnateX wrote: ↑Wed Mar 13, 2019 1:25 pmAnd you would know that because you have interviewed all young music consumers in the world, made your statistics and a report that identifies your “modernists” as their main modern idols?
Are you sure young kids on acid even know the word “modernity”?
i have a great interest in how other people discover new music. i am especially interested in how younger generations of music fans discover their new music. i ask them why they like the artists. how did they hear about them. where did they hear about them and so on. pretty obvious stuff. the only thing you could possibly accuse me of is, my obersevations are skewed because on that they are based on my geographic region, the social place in the society i live in, the fact that i am only exposed to people who are roughly in the same income level and education level as me and so on. and thats a fair statement and i would not argue with it. its pretty improbable you would ever find a source that gives you a objective overview of what music fans all over the world are listening to.
btw .. what gives you the authority to assume young kids are on acid and don't have the vocabulary to understand the world modern or modernity? since when? last time i checked, a college education is more prevalent with current younger generations of people than the generations past, where high school drop out was the norm. in the current modern world, young people starting out in life can't even get an entry level job without a 4 year college degree. so don't generalize and put down young people because you dont understand them.