Does anyone want to help me point out the reasons why this this statement–“Ageing performers whose records are ignored and whose concerts no longer sell out often grumble that the music they are recording today is just as good as it ever was. This is not true: rock stars never do work in their 30s that approaches the quality and originality of the work of their teens and 20s.”–is offensively lazy, received-wisdom horseshit? Let’s start with “Young, Neil” and work backwards to, say, “Abba.” Fun! [Guardian]