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    One of the difficult things about communication is knowing how much to take for granted and how much needs to be explained.

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    In some ways we overestimate the amount of work we have done that others haven't and we get too proud, or condescending, but there's an opposite danger, assuming other people have done the work we have done and that they can see what we can

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    Are you saying that proletariat music is music that reflects a factory?

    Automated sounding, pounding, metallic timbers, inhuman, hard, etc.

    Bourgeois being softnesss, overtly emotional, human, gentle, oceanic, etc.
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    Are you saying that proletariat music is music that reflects a factory?

    Automated sounding, pounding, metallic timbers, inhuman, hard, etc.

    Bourgeois being softnesss, overtly emotional, human, gentle, oceanic, etc.
    I wouldn't say there is a proletarian or bourgeois music because as Luke said the classes are always so intermingled in capitalist society anyway. But I would say that dichotomy is one aspect of it, though not the sole aspect. a lot of left wing folk is overtly human.
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    Barty lmao are u thick?
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    I'd say that being a partisan of electronic music I tend to gravitate to listening to how those machines are made rather than those machines as a replication of existing material instruments.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thirdform View Post
    I wouldn't say there is a proletarian or bourgeois music because as Luke said the classes are always so intermingled in capitalist society anyway. But I would say that dichotomy is one aspect of it, though not the sole aspect. a lot of left wing folk is overtly human.
    How about a proletariat and bourgeois tendency then?

    In terms of “corpses has bourgeois taste”? How is that mapped in his aesthetic tendencies
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    Don't get prickly! Sorry it made me crack up, picturing you there listening to everything third just said and then going "so you're saying proletariat... Sounds noisy... Like a factory" and then looking befuddled!

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    interesting title though no.

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    Banging, like a factory? Noisy.

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    How about a proletariat and bourgeois tendency then?

    In terms of “corpses has bourgeois taste”? How is that mapped in his aesthetic tendencies
    escapism. but not the escapism of the invisible man. the escapism that says it, i don't know and i don't want to know. whereas our escapism is fuse bblowing out.


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    Quote Originally Posted by thirdform View Post
    escapism.
    So what does escapism sound like?

    What does realism?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sadmanbarty View Post
    So what does escapism sound like?

    What does realism?
    see my edit to that post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thirdform View Post
    escapism. but not the escapism of the invisible man. the escapism that says it, i don't know and i don't want to know. whereas our escapism is fuse bblowing out.


    So for example pop would be an emotional escapism; it speaks to an emotional palette that doesn’t exist?

    Cleanliness in something like afrobeats? Calmness?

    Music that reflects states different to any realistic perception of reality?
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