sabato 1 settembre 2012
"Part of the conversation"
«I also know that the nature of writing for The New Yorker is, the people who mostly move the units is Pitchfork and NPR. They sell records. I don’t sell records; people read The New Yorker and then they move on. They may read my article about Rick Ross or whoever, but they’re probably not going to buy the record. I don’t think there’s any case in which that’s really the deal. It’s just a thing that they read every week, so I’m part of that stream. There are other people who are much more part of actually making or breaking a record. It’s really just Pitchfork and NPR, and the rest of us are just part of the conversation».