The death of rock?

In this compelling piece on NPR’s music blog, Douglas Wolk argues that modern music’s obsession with “perfection” — ultra-Autotuned vocals, quantized beats, etc. — is quickly draining the life out of rock music. I couldn’t agree more: The quest for “perfection” is over-rated, as I said here some time ago.

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