I was born in 1992 and I've been criticised for liking too much music that's come out before I was born. It's true though, the majority of my favourite music is late 60s, 70s and particularly 80s-dense. I like a lot of 90s music too, but not as much.
I wasn't into any music at school and didn't like anything my peers listened to. They were all into stuff like My Chemical Romance, System of a Down and other stuff I can't remember, and I wasn't into anything until age 17/18 (and that was through a 90s Radiohead album). I feel like I've missed out on a whole decade (the 2000s) of music.
Most hipsters (or seasoned music fans) seem to draw their influences from contemporary music from when they were teenagers/young adults. I honestly can't think of anything from the 2000s or now that I really like. There are some things I've recently discovered which I like, but 95% of what I like is exactly what my parents liked when they were my age. Do you think this is becoming more common with younger people today, and is this hip or unhip?