Probably, as Gilad Edelman points out in You Should Listen to CDs,
Streaming platforms just aren’t designed with the serious music fan in mind. The hassle of getting into a shop and looking for what you want mutates into a pleasure if you consider it as part of the experience: breathing the atmosphere of a place that is becoming one of the rarest on the planet.
While suggestions Spotify or its similars advance are based on calculus and emotion-less considerations, getting into a physical place provides a matchless feeling that makes up for any annoyance. If you do not know what you intend to listen, it is not a machine providing you (feeding you with) a suggestion.
Concerning playing the guitar and singing, in front of a bonfire as well as on stage with a microphone I am subject to the Dunning–Kruger effect,
the cognitive bias whereby people with low ability at a task overestimate their ability
- OpenMusicTheory, an open-source, interactive, online “text”book for college-level music theory courses.