The way we interact with music have changed drastically in the past 40 years. We have access to infinitely more music at our convience than ever before, but it comes at a price. Yet again it seems we prioritize quantity over quality.
Luckily it’s not black and white, and with concious effort it’s now possible to craft a more specific soundtrack to our lives than in any other time in history.
I think the documentary despite it’s short lenght gives a well rounded perspective, though it mostly focuses on the quality aspect, it provides some food for thought on how we relate to and use music today.