MUSIC - Do We Have A Short Music Attention Span?

June 16, 2017

On this week's episode of Sight & Sound Music, Jaye breaks down the notion of having a short attention span when it comes to music. The concept is quite differen than the statement of having, "music ADD", but instead focuses on how much time listeners dedicate to music before deciding whether or not they actually like or dislike songs. Furthermore, is this idea a myth?  After all, music listeners tend to give music more of a chance long term than they do any other media platform. He also goes in depth discussing some of his opinions that have changed over the years as well, including his opinion of Frank Ocean, Northlane, Travis Scott, and more.

As always, Jaye also breaks down his thoughts, feelings and first impressions regarding new music Friday releases. This week he discusses the new albums from Lorde, Fleet Foxes, Hundredth, Big Boi, and Young Thug. There are also examinations from singles from The Plot In You, Coldplay, Queens of the Stone Age and more.

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