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28th Dec 2019 11:40 pm

The decade that broke popular culture — Simon Reynolds, author of Rip It Up and Start Again, reflects on the vast quantities of TV and music thrown at us by this decade. A shared temporality has given way to an unmoored and meandering “culture-time”, born from the “new liquidity of cultural products freed from solid form and turned into pure information.” It’s so relentless that seminal moments soon fade from memory.

Spent the afternoon with the Rudkins, which included pancakes, origami, and wristband access to Aggy's bedroom disco party.

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