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It's January. Also known as that frigid time of year when the mold in your flat is starting to look like unreported alien life forms. So what do we do when times are shitty? We look to young people to fix it, obviously, because they have more vitality than the rest of us and know things that we don't. And what gives us more happiness than anything else because it is both joyous and everlasting? Yes, music. With that in mind, we thought we should combine these two factors the wisdom of youth and the joy of music in order to help us get through January and the rest of the year. And so I got in touch with a bunch of teenagers to see if they could tell me exactly what songs I should be listening to right now. Here's what they recommended.
These are all actually really, really good.
Anyone who says youth is wasted on the young probably hasn't been paying attention. Mixing pop with a little hip-hop and dance, here's a playlist that shines a light on the sound and vibe of the generation coming up now: music for—and by—the future. We regularly update these tracks, so if you hear something you like, add it to your library. Sign Out. Sign In.
Y ou dictate to everyone in music,' Seventeen magazine told its young female readers in September Since its full inception at the end of the Second World War, the teenage market has relied on music as one of its biggest hooks: indeed the very existence of the teenage market was predicated, to some degree, on the manic crowd scenes that greeted appearances by the Benny Goodman Orchestra and Frank Sinatra. So, if you're going to sell music to teenagers, it seems fairly obvious that that music should contain qualities that will appeal to adolescents. In the s and the s, before the terms 'teenage' and 'youth culture' were coined, the sheer energy and - to adults - atonal noise of hot jazz was enough to demarcate the generation line. But that's as far it went. If there are any Charlestons about acne or swing tunes about school, I haven't found them. As teenage marketing was more seriously pursued during the Second World War, it became to some degree self-conscious. Hence the emergence after of songs about what it is to be a teenager, with all that adolescent angst and potential purchasing power.