The New Classics

August 18, 2009

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Filed under: Message — Greg @ 1:49 pm

Thought I’d share this blog article (blarticle) about the subjectivity of music, and “best of” lists, even though they’re something that a lot of us love to read, and even take as gospel. This is the very point of the conundrum that The New Classics has aimed to solve from the beginning, despite using a rating system in itself. I believe that listing should be used more in the sense of directing people towards extraordinary music, rather than a “#32 is better than #45” bullshit argument, because it is impossible to say for certain (especially when voted on by a group of very like-minded individuals). Anyway, TSURURADIO is a pretty rad blog that I only came across recently, and I encourage everyone to give it a read.

As for the future of The New Classics, I’m slowly coming back into the swing of things, compiling a butt load of dope music videos that I’ve missed out on in the past 3 months of absence, to be followed by getting back on track with the new day-to-day jamz, and some opinion pieces. Keep checking in, please.

In the meantime, here are the top 500 songs of the 2000’s!
gM

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