Pop music is getting sadder and more emotionally ambiguous | The Creativity Post

Have you heard older generations lamenting the way pop songs don’t sound like they used to? There’s a sense that the hits from yesteryear had an innocence and feel-good quality that’s missing from today’s pop offerings. Now Glenn Schellenberg and Christian von Scheve have confirmed what many suspected – pop music over the last five decades has grown progressively more sad-sounding and emotionally ambiguous.

via Pop music is getting sadder and more emotionally ambiguous | The Creativity Post.

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