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A response to ‘Streaming Music Has Left Me Adrift’ in the New York Times

Have you read Dan Brooks’ opinion piece about streaming music in the New York Times yet? If not, you should: it’s already sparked plenty of chatter from music fans and digital music industry folk alike.
It’s a lament for the age when music snobbery actually meant something, although more nuanced and self-aware than that sounds.

“The bad news is that we have lost what was once a robust system for identifying kindred spirits. Now that we all share the same record collection, music snobs have no means to recognise one another,” wrote Brooks.