Five prejudices against contemporary music

a touchscreen mobile phone and a headphonesInaccessible, nonsensical, backward and irritating like the sound of nails on a chalkboard, these are four of five prejudices that keep us away from this musical genre, according to journalist Tom Service. This distance between us and contemporary music is further justified by the fifth prejudice; that we need to wear a mock-turtleneck and have a beard to appreciate contemporary music. Find out how the journalist deconstructs these myths!





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Author : Tom Service
Source : the Guardian
Date : 26/04/15

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