john clees wrote:
very mnml : I'm sure many may agree. that could also remain to be seen. with a schedule like his Im sure
finding a still time, is nearly impossible to put in the energy for new tracks. I can hardly find time working a day job.. lol
I dont think this is a valid excuse nowadays. I wil agree if he was a like uprising talent that needs to get attention a playing as many gigs as possible. But he already has reached a status where he is the complete master of his time. As simple as doing less gigs and spending more time in the studio. But anyone who produces music will agree with me on this: making good, unheard creative music is painful. Is hard and can be frustrating. Going away from the comfort zone can get scary. At least if you are not the kind of creative mind that make innovating stuff effortlessly: matthew herbert and ricardo villalobos comes to mind.
But I guess he was never was that pioneer and driving force that was going to lead and inspire a new generation. All the berghain techno dudes look way more creative and willing to push techno that he is. Well to give him credit, he brooded a crowd of pointless abletoners, ping pong delay, reverb users. Thanks Rich.
P.S: I'm not hating is just my perception of what this guy has turned in
P.S 2: From one of the better guitarist that the world will get to know:
Paco De Lucia "I will like to live without music... with music I suffer a lot"
(it's in spanish