sabato 1 settembre 2012
«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».
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