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Both started their careers more popular with teenage girls than with critics only to embrace their muses, turn their backs on the pop charts, and spend the rest of their lives on a personal quest to make music that satisfies themselves first and audiences second (if at all).
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What if making music needed no written notes? No treble or bass clefs. No black and white keys. No series of esoteric symbols you needed to learn to just let it go and jam, man.
If we’re talking about vinyl in 2014, we have to talk about Jack White. In April, rock‘n’roll’s self-appointed analog evangelist celebrated Record Store Day by teaming up with United Record Pressing in Nashville to put out the “World’s Fastest Released Record.”
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Matthew Herbert is one of Britain’s most talented and independently minded music producers. Born in 1972, he first began releasing music in 1995 as Herbert, the House focused moniker he’s better known under for a profusion of club anthems and celebrated remixes.
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