New Study Says You're Less Musically Cool in Your Late 20s & 30s, I Say You're Musically Better - A Whittle Bit of Commentary 4/28/15

A Whittle Bit of Commentary with Chad Whittle

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A new study by Ajay Kalia found that teens mostly listen to popular artists that play on your local Top 40 pop station, while late 20 year olds and 30 year olds tend to stop paying attention to those bands and stop discovering new music. By age 33 you’ve musically “matured” and your discovery of new music begins to decrease, according to the study. Now some may say this isn’t surprising that you stop losing cool points because you’re an adult, but I disagree. I’m in my late 20s, about to be in my 30s and I still seek out new music. I just enjoy bands that actually perform music such as Mumford and Sons. You know guys that are actually talented, that play real instruments and aren’t dub stepped or lip sync. I say when you’re older you don’t get less cool musically, you get better. I’m Chad Whittle hoping to never become an old fuddy duddy on A Whittle Bit of Commentary.

Background Material:

http://skynetandebert.com/2015/04/22/music-was-better-back-then-when-do-we-stop-keeping-up-with-popular-music/

http://diffuser.fm/listeners-new-music/

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Posted on April 27, 2015 .