"Sure, the hunger can be rigorously closed-minded. There are afternoons where all I want to hear is the implacable beat of extremely straightforward techno, and the thought of any other music seems pitiful in comparison. There are also afternoons when I want techno to keep the hell away from me while I listen to someone warble quietly along with a harp. (…) It’s closed-minded, but in turns, which I like to think eventually adds up to being open-minded. And it’s that brief purist impulse— the sense of an itch that only one thing can scratch— that lets you enjoy the music."
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Embrassement Rock - Why We Fight - Pitchfork Column by Nitsuh Abebe
The question of rockism, single-mindedness in music. 1D music lover - by turns or constantly…