"I was playing a lot of Minecraft with my friends and going on all these random servers. Even then it was like, who can build the biggest swastika?"
There's nothing inherently wrong with an extremely long album, but it’s hard to ignore the way it fits into a bigger shift of music discovery and listening trends towards playlists meant to be left in the background.
"These places often teach how to succeed in these institutions, which might not be the best lesson for a journalist to learn."
"When you look at Pitchfork's reviews, what is this person even trying to say? That this is some funky thing? This is like a funky piece of music? It’s really hard to locate what’s actually substantiated in the language, the quantity that’s represented as a number."
Occasionally, these bodies would merge with another element and become something even greater—there were not just bodies, but bodies and spaces, two small nouns that when joined together emitted the intellectual energy of nuclear fusion.
Throughout the Silicon diaspora, from its Valleys to Alleys, the data visualizer has donned the mantle of artist and philosopher, illuminating the world’s caverns with his torch of candy colored adjacency matrices. The noise is transfigured not just into signal, but into something of beauty. Information is beautiful! Data is beautiful! Holy holy holy!