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Music is better now than in 2005.

UNITED STATES / JAN 28, 2015 4:41 AM EST

in response to: When Justcurio went online: Bush was president, Pope John Paul II was Pope, Obama was a no-name "Neighborhood Organizer", 16/32-bit games were still popular (thanks to the Game Boy) Facebook was only for college students, good music was still being made (just barely), and Go-Fish was released for the Atari 2600 (yes, you heard that right!) Feeling old yet?
today's music is trendy just not that good

UNITED STATES / JAN 27, 2015 4:50 PM EST

in response to: Current music in all genres just isn't good. Even indie music has gone downhill since the beginning of the 2000s. Indie music is supposed to be the anti-thesis of corporate-controlled radio, but MTV managed to make "hipsters" the newest Coporate Demographic Market®™. I take that music will never be good from here on...
Instead of complaining about it, why don't you go out and create some better music? You want change? Be the one who makes the change!

UNITED STATES / JAN 27, 2015 1:53 PM EST

in response to: Current music in all genres just isn't good. Even indie music has gone downhill since the beginning of the 2000s. Indie music is supposed to be the anti-thesis of corporate-controlled radio, but MTV managed to make "hipsters" the newest Coporate Demographic Market®™. I take that music will never be good from here on...
Oh! If we were together... we'd have fun. :) There are books, movies, music. You can play with my mini! I may even let you download some baby games if you're nice. :)

UNITED STATES / JAN 27, 2015 10:04 AM EST

in response to: What are some things you can do if have to stay indoors for long periods of times?
I don't need your "good rock music".

UNITED STATES / JAN 25, 2015 4:36 AM EST

in response to: My friends forced me to go to a \"My Chemical Romance\" show the other night. Ugh. I think I am scarred for life. What ever happened to good rock music?
Seeing Slayer was like fullfilling a high scoohl wish I must have made a dozen times.Agreed, their new album was bland, and so was their performance. I had seen them long ago with Jesse (I believe Kittie headlined, with Poison the Well, KSE, and another band its been too long..) and Howard doesn't have the stage presence Jesse did. Or maybe their music direction is taking a different approach.Anyway, hope to see a post!

UNITED STATES / JAN 23, 2015 2:31 PM EST

in response to: How much Listerine should I drink to get drunk?
Oh wow. Love. I've been looking for some new melolw instrumental music.Also, I've been reading your blog for a month or so and love your sensibilities and taste. I'm thinking about starting a wee blog of my own and you are quite inspiring!Jennie

GERMANY / JAN 20, 2015 4:24 AM EST

in response to: Do you feel that 2014 was a good year for music...at least when underground/indie is concerned? In that year, a new genre of Electronica had its "golden age", and unknown Japanese composer named Kobayashi Yamato became famous after he released his debut album. These are good times for new music.
What's vaporwave music?

UNITED STATES / JAN 18, 2015 2:34 AM EST

in response to: Justcurio Interactive Video Entertainment: Who Wants to be a Millionaire: For $90,000: What album is popularly known to have began the "vaporwave" music trend in the early 2010s? A. Chuck Person's "Eccojams Vol. 1" (2010) B. James Ferraro's "Far Side Virtual" (2011) C. Laserdisc Visions' "New Dreams Ltd." (2011) D. Macintosh Plus' "Floral Shoppe" (2011)
Stop listening to such depressing music. Try some inspirational type of music. Example: Disturbed- Warrior: "I am one with warrior inside. My dominance cannot be denied." another one - Rocket man- "Rocket man .. rocket baby come on!" (;

UNITED STATES / JAN 16, 2015 2:29 PM EST

in response to: when I'm depressed I listen to ominous and depressing dark ambient music which makes me feel even more depressed
Too bus shagging kids to make music

UNITED STATES / JAN 13, 2015 8:12 AM EST

in response to: The year 2000 was the last good year for music because of Radiohead's iconic "Kid A" album. Music then went down the drain shortly after. This isn't fair. Why do I have to live in an awful era of forgettable music, and the last good album was made when I was in grade school, too young to appreciate true art. Where is our generation's "Kid A", "Dark Side Of The Moon", and even Michael Jackson?
Me neither, although I do remember thinking back then that the music of the time was crap.

UNITED STATES / JAN 9, 2015 8:23 PM EST

in response to: So .... where's the Circle Jerk?
Nope. Music can be cool and all, but I never got hard listening to it.

UNITED STATES / JAN 9, 2015 8:14 PM EST

in response to: So .... where's the Circle Jerk?
I'm going to start one soon...but tonight' Circle Jerk theme is Music, The Past, and Nostalgia. Are you game for this?

UNITED STATES / JAN 9, 2015 8:11 PM EST

in response to: So .... where's the Circle Jerk?
I don't know about you, but I listen to new music every single day. I don't listen to chart-topping mainstream stuff. There's plenty of hidden gems out there, just as long as you're willing to look. There was also a lot of garbage music in the past, but people conveniently forget that and just mention the most successful artists.

UNITED STATES / JAN 9, 2015 7:54 AM EST

in response to: You guys are clearly under the impression that modern music is equally good as music from the seventies. I however struggle to find any artist that is a popular today among the masses that even comes close to making a song as innovative, creative and complex as this song. I know that a more complex song is not better than a simple song per se but I just think that is impossible to have this kind of complexity in songs and be appealing to the masses anymore.
Most people stop looking for good music once they've reached a certain age. It seems you went into a coma after the seventies.

UNITED STATES / JAN 9, 2015 7:52 AM EST

in response to: You guys are clearly under the impression that modern music is equally good as music from the seventies. I however struggle to find any artist that is a popular today among the masses that even comes close to making a song as innovative, creative and complex as this song. I know that a more complex song is not better than a simple song per se but I just think that is impossible to have this kind of complexity in songs and be appealing to the masses anymore.
You hate modern music so much, but how much do you actually listen to? You're so close-minded. Just because Top 40 stuff is bad doesn't mean all modern music is bad. You're such an idiot and you clearly don't understand that there's a ton of music out there that isn't on the radio. I know for a fact that you don't actually try to find good modern music.

UNITED STATES / JAN 9, 2015 7:46 AM EST

in response to: You guys are clearly under the impression that modern music is equally good as music from the seventies. I however struggle to find any artist that is a popular today among the masses that even comes close to making a song as innovative, creative and complex as this song. I know that a more complex song is not better than a simple song per se but I just think that is impossible to have this kind of complexity in songs and be appealing to the masses anymore.
The golden age of music was in the 60's and 70's, don't hold your breath waiting for it to happen again.

UNITED STATES / JAN 8, 2015 5:13 PM EST

in response to: How bad does music have to get before a golden age of music can happen again? I have been waiting 5 years now for a change in pace, and music STILL sounds like toilet sounds! Not even the "disco revival" movement of 2013 was good enough! Do we have to wait another decade before we can get classics again?
That's because new music sucks

UNITED STATES / JAN 6, 2015 4:57 PM EST

in response to: 95% of teens these days listen to the same crappy dadrock over and over again. Are you one of the 5% who still recognises the consumerist and yuppie culture we live in? Don't let the spirit of リサフランク420 / 現代のコンピュー die!
Crap music.

UNITED STATES / JAN 4, 2015 10:44 PM EST

in response to: Do you feel that 2014 was a good year for music...at least when underground/indie is concerned? In that year, a new genre of Electronica had its "golden age", and unknown Japanese composer named Kobayashi Yamato became famous after he released his debut album. These are good times for new music.
Only if some good music is reased this year.

UNITED STATES / JAN 1, 2015 2:34 PM EST

in response to: Don't you think that 2015 will be a splendid year?
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