Now, it’s not to take away from anyone who experiences this because I give props to anyone who could hold on to something they love for that long. But I just could never identify with it and what got me thinking about this again was seeing a new video with Rashida Jones based on the 90’s. Which was cool to watch and brought me back to things I have forgotten for the most part. Yet, I still had a difficult time getting passed the possibility that anyone who wasn’t a teenager in 90’s may not actually feel the same attachment.
It’s surreal in my opinion and I find life in feeling more refreshed by new tracks rather than getting lost in the ones I once loved. I guess there’s just a closure thing I got going on that could have been triggered by my days when I would spend an absorbent amount of time creating instrumentals. Fortunately I am confident that I probably won’t experience the remaining stuck in my age of music thing like others. Somehow adapting to what’s new has been a norm in my life and sometimes I ponder on how long it was carry out as I become older.
But I guess there has to be era’s and styles of music to cause that sort of thing. Which for me probably would have stopped at dubstep if that became what everyone was listening to. Guess I’m just lucky music has become timeless these days leaving plenty of room to endlessly explore. I can imagine being open minded to a variety of genres also does me some justice. But overall I am just not sure if I will share that sort of experience my elders had before me.
Written by Antonio Westley
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