Tuesday, July 28, 2015


Pitchfork article on how playlists are curating the future of music

I'm curious how much this works towards atemporality - playlists that cut across time

Allowing one to exist even less in the shared now of new releases (ie. whole albums) and radio shows oriented to new and recent releases

What happens when the history of music gets so vast (and also eso easy to transect with personalised pathways) that the new to you effect can be created by something that isn't actually new

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