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Anonymous asked: <p>where did you go see katy perry? :)</p>
Metro Arena! And judging from your pictures I’m guessing you did too? She was so awesome :D
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Matthew Perpetua: What do you think of [LCD Soundsystem’s] “Dance Yrself Clean”? I know a lot of people hate how that song starts so quiet before kicking in. I didn’t mind it so much, but the impact was so much stronger on vinyl. The dynamic shift is like stepping into full color. It made me think about how people expect everything on albums to be an equal level of loudness now.
Greg Milner: I didn’t realize people found that dynamic shift on that song so jarring, but I guess I’m not surprised. I like that kind of thing, myself. The first time I ever heard about a record being criticized for that was PJ Harvey’s Rid of Me. I kind of think that people should take dynamic shifts where they can get them, since the whole idea has largely disappeared from music. To me, it’s kind of like complaining about it raining so hard after a drought. Yeah, it sucks to get caught in the rain, but shouldn’t we be glad it’s raining? This analogy is of course problematic, given the recent flooding around the globe…
Matthew Perpetua: Right. But that happened in New York just recently — no rain for weeks on end, and then a couple days of rain and everyone complained. Fluxblog » Blog Archive » Interview with Greg Milner, Part One (via tristn)