In case you’re agonized over losing your adoration for new music, your fears are legitimized. That is according to a new research that discovers audience members achieve “development” around age 33. It is, as it is, you’re finished with finding new music, when you achieve your mid-thirties.
The study looked at numerous arrangements of information, including the age and sexual orientation of Spotify clients. Also, their parental status, and the general ubiquity of specialists. The study found that young people listen solely to the most well known specialists. However, their tastes develop steeply into their mid-twenties, and after that gradually until they level off in their mid-thirties.
According to the study, there are two reasons for this:
1. “First, listeners discover less-familiar music genres that they didn’t hear on FM radio as early teens, from artists with a lower popularity rank.”
2. “Second, listeners are returning to the music that was popular when they were coming of age — but which has since phased out of popularity.”
The research also found that men gravitate away from popular artists further and earlier than women. Also, that at any age, parents listen to less music by popular artists than their childless counterparts.
But don’t worry too much. According to other surveys, 33-year-olds are too busy and happy to care.