Deezer’s poll of 1,000 Americans found that on average, people reach “musical paralysis” — a point when they stop actively seeking out new music — at 29 years and 10 months, roughly four years after their music discovery efforts reach their peak. Full story.
Tom Roland (Billboard) / July 17, 2018
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