Episode #215 - People Aren't Listening to Much New Music
Episode 219 · August 4th, 2021 · 29 mins 54 secs
About this Episode
More than two-thirds of music listened to in the US is old music. Music less than 18 months old accounts for only a third of listening, and this share is dropping. We discuss what this means for the future of the music industry.
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