Your mind is a magnet and you attract what you think. This is how you negative news hounds are being used like tools to build your nightmares, *you* are the unwitting architects of the new world order.
Ellos podrían explicarles a los genios de la bandera quién era Gonzalo Rodríguez Gacha. Creo que es la única manera de que entiendan que exhibir un trapo con una de las caras más nefastas y malditas que parió este país con muchas caras nefastas y malditas no es algo que valga la pena guardar como hazaña de irreverencia. No. Es escupirles en la cara a ellos, a los que siguen sufriendo la ausencia de los que se fueron cuando no tení
You never know, but my guess is that people will be listening to Random Access Memories a decade hence, just like we’re still listening to Discovery now. You’ll forget the YouTube interviews with the collaborators, you’ll forget the day they announced the suits, you’ll forget the day the “Get Lucky” snippet leaked, you’ll forget every rumor, you’ll forget the “SNL” commercials. But the record will remain, something that channels the past but sounds like little else right now, an album about rediscovery that’s situated in the constantly-shifting present.
The continual churn of the internet, experience tells us, favors quick connections, conveniences, ephemeral pleasures. But there are areas of culture popping up that seek to slow down, focus on details, and wallow in the kinds of media that it still takes money to create. This is the space that Daft Punk seek to occupy, which in and of itself can be seen as problematic. For those who embrace the more egalitarian approach to music production created by access to cheap tools and cheap distribution, Daft Punk’s mind-bogglingly lush record scans as elitist, possibly even dismissive of the creativity that is happening on a smaller scale.