I see. Well, the 90s were an excellent time for hip-hop I suppose. All music in general really. Alternative rock? It's been almost 30 years and we still don't have a new Alanis Morissette. Strikes me as a bit ironic if I must say so myself. What say you?
I mean you could argue that music has gone through a transitional phase of being less about pop, hook, cookie cutter music and more towards insanely creative, melody driven, lyric supported masterpeices that can be recorded and distributed from someone's garage with the introduction of music streaming applications like Spotify. A new Alanis has existed, a thousand times over, you, as the listener just have to do the work of finding them.
Yeah, but to be honest I don't really listen to music like that?