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Really great to see an experimental musician talking about class and material conditions. From my experience about 97% of people making experimental music come from money and can afford to go to a school like bard, live in expensive cities without working two jobs, buy gear, put out their own records, etc. And, as Lea said *no one ever talks about this*. It's crazy. Anyway, more revolutionary working class sound art please.

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