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Art is an attitude. Art is a viewpoint. Art is subversive. Art is a burst of creativity and energy. Punk rock eviscerated prog rock and corporate rock when those became too contemplated, when they were made for a market instead of the art itself. Your goal is to make people think. To confront them with […]
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