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“The job of the poet (a job which can't be learned) consists of placing those objects of the visible world which have become invisible due to the glue of habit, in an unusual position which strikes the soul and gives them a tragic force,”
"[musical artists] preoccupied with the way in which technology materialised memory - hence a fascination with television, vinyl records, audiotape, and with the sounds of these technologies breaking down...crackle makes us aware that we are listening to a time that is out of joint."
-Mark Fisher, Ghosts of My Life