How can you not want to be part of that ??
That said, I detest radios when I'm out, that persistant, "Listen to me!!", racket drives me away.
Well, I guess the answer to one is contained in the other. We all have things that annoy us. I'm not against music, but it simply does not fit into my time in the woods.
In the way that some don't like a radio imposed on you or others do not like bright lights imposed upon them, I don't like other peoples musical tastes imposed upon me.
Indeed the very need to make noise constantly be it "singing and being merry" or playing an instrument or indeed the drunken rowdyness reminds me of another quote
"Is your heart so empty that you must ever seek to fill the silence?"
I surely don't despise those who enjoy the woods their way. But I also don't like having their way imposed upon me as if there is only one "proper way" to enjoy a camp. For those that want a musical camp, that's grand. For those who seek a little solitude, nature and indeed in the modern world, peace, I see no harm in that either.
As Broch says, "I'll keep experiencing the outdoors on my own" - or in my case sometimes with one or two like minded souls, who can enjoy just sitting, listening and being.
Go placidly amid the noise and haste, and remember what peace there may be in silence.