At the end of the 90s increasing corporate Vintage skeleton music is what feelings sound like shirt involvement and the internet finally hit the last nail in the coffin of art, not just music but film too, the popular arts. I read many cmments about where to find good music today but when I check them out I see that even the underground artists don’t have anything to say really, which means we’re sicker than ever. The chance of cancer in one’s lifetime is 50% and it shows. Good art means smart art, something which makes your left and right brain work simultaneously, emotional but also makes you think and only by thinking you’re able to improve upon your situation. I grew up in the 90s and still love music from that era but the real genius stuff was made earlier so you cannot say that I only like music that I grew up with.
From time to time I try to look into what’s happening Vintage skeleton music is what feelings sound like shirt now but all I see is simplicity, directness and emptiness. But there’s hope: If you want to make great art your task is very simple: detach yourself from technology and the city as much as possible and don’t eat/drink the stuff others do. It might take a couple of years to clear out but the ‘hungry artist’ is a term that had its practical origins and there are many other tricks for general well-being. The only problem is that if your audience is sick they won’t have a clue of what you’re saying, so you have to be way more clever with the packaging than past artists. Good luck.