Everything needs to move on; music certainly has to. That is why evolution is more important than revolution. Less cool, but more vital. As soon as a genre gets stuck in its ways, it builds itself an image problem. It is why when you mention classic rock we think of denim-clad warriors dealing out pomp and pretence. It is why punk music hasn’t aged well. And it is why people’s images of the gothic scene might still be one of the black-clad wannabe cowboys covered in dust and singing about creatures from H.P Lovecraft’s books…

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