It's everywhere - in abundance. The problem is everything is so accessible, it gets overhyped. Everything from dating sites and hobbies to modern business is media blitz. You can buy something you and I did with garbage cans in a garage and sell it on iTunes for $0.99 next to the Eagles, Sam Cooke and George Strait, and there is zero name or artistic value to today's music at all.
In the older days, an album cover and the sequence of the songs on the album were part of the presentation. You could have a few different styles of music on your album. Today, artists are more pressured to make overnight success EPs and immediate, chart-friendly "hits" without experimenting artistically to taste.
I will not elaborate into autotune and the 120bps requirements most music is forced into, but I will say that most artists will not make a harder melody or range to play or sing - and the artists that do are expected to beat that formula to death.
I could rant on for days about this, but ultimately I would have to convince every music listener out there. It's your art. Appreciate it.