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Re: Regular Non obscure music
Oct 04, 2013, 12:47
IanB wrote:
If you go looking for gems eventually you will convince yourself you have found one.

What sort of elitist drivel is that ? Seriously roll that sentence around in your head for a bit. WTF yeah ?

Sorry, replying again to keep up with your edits. So you got a review in the Observer, a leg up as you said in a reply earlier. It required effort to get that review as well, as you note. Then you bitch and moan that the review is better than you think it should have been.. basically because the reviewer does not have a good enough musical education. Holy fuck man, sort yourself out.

It seems to me that for you its all about the effort of making a tangible product and then making damn sure that the world notices it. Then bitch about consumerism, while at the same time contributing directly by trying to fit into its model. One of the best ways to circumvent that is to not bloody make a physical product. Thus avoiding risks, and any subconscious effect that knowing of the risk will have on the production/composition of the work. Do you feel that making the effort of producing a product and fishing for a national review makes your work more important, serious or valid ? That would a be a ridiculous and utterly ugly point of view to take wouldn't it.

You may hide from it, but it seems the point for you is success and recognition, and some money. This flies in the face of all your other stances. People wave back ? How many have to wave back to stop your incessant incoherent whining about the state of things. The lack of musical education (which of course is subjective, as in it's musical education on your terms), and the general poor state of creativity ?
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