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21st of November 2017

21st of November 2017
At the local library, reading a Litku Klemetti interview. Despite the band popularity sky-rocketing, they want to stay true to their indie spirit, their DIY-way of composing, playing, recording and producing albums. That means they are free to make the kind of music they want, the way they like. And that's what I like =) I mean, their music doesn't feel like an artificial product tailored for quick profit for the big industry; their music is by people for people, delivered with a friendly atmosphere of 'hey, instead of passively buying and consuming ready-made use-once stuff, we all can just be the subjects doing stuff, creating the things we enjoy, and enjoy them together!'. - OK, literally speaking the interview doesn't say this, but it got me thinking about these themes =)
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