Do you ever...like...REALLY focus on birdsongs when tripping? The way that birds perceive and create music in similar fashion to humans is honestly incredible. Some birds sing in something roughly equivalent to the 12-tone scale like the white-throated sparrow. Most scientists are weary to consider birdsongs 'music', but they don't know nothing.
Music is organized noise. In fact, it doesn't even really need to be organized. Music is about the intention with which you listen to something. If it sounds like music to your ears, it's music. Anyways, I've gone on a tangent here but thanks for attending my TED talk