There is music and there is music. I often used to joke with my younger son when he was a teenager that my favorite song was 'The Sound of Silence.' He knew I wasn't referring to Simon and Garfunkle. Silence can be wonderful but, for some reason, so many today can't stand it. But back to music.
Now I like a lot of the oldies, that's why I listen to easy-listening programs which play 1950s, 60s and 70s songs. But I don't restrict myself to them, of course. I like a lot of the newer stuff, too. What really makes me cringe mentally is to listen to these 'one word songs' with nothing going for them but a heart-thudding automated drum beat made by a computer. Take away the drum beat and there'd be no tune or song at all.
Incidentally, these are generally the sorts of noises or cacophony you hear radiating from cars in the which the whole boot has been turned into an echo-chamber for a pair of gargantuan speakers. Whole neighborhoods have to suffer as such drive by.
The positive side is that the Coclear Inplant companys that make hearing aids shares are going to continue to rise as the years go by... unless, of course, the fad for this Boom! boom! boom! type music is superseded by something a littler gentler on the eardrums.