Paradise Lost

The garden of Eden with the fall of man, by Jan Brueghel de Elder and Peter Paul Rubens

Like so many Friday’s before, tonight is when the music industry releases it’s latest creations. There was a time when there had been an obsession, a cult, that had the thrill of discovering interesting productions, where robots weren’t involved. Sorry all you folks that deliver delightful data-mining results. I do admire the science of it. But there’s something lost: the opportunity for individual souls to react unencumbered to new art.

As such, I’m rather sad.

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