C'est assez long. Juste survolé, de côté pour terminer la lecture plus tard
J'écoute pu (et ne m'intéresse pu à) Metallica depuis un bail, mais ça reste intéressant à lire.
« “On this album, Jason approached his parts differently. He's playing more with Lars's kick drum, so his basslines are very distinct from my guitar lines – we're not getting in each other's way. Bob really helped us with orchestrating and bringing out the low end – getting the guitar and bass to work together.
“In fact, when I played the album for a friend, he asked, ‘What is that weird low-end sound?’ I said, ‘That's something new for us – it's called bass!’” »
« We need to do a lot of anti-racist, deep canvassing in this country. Because if we keep losing white shares and just allowing Facebook to radicalize more and more elements of white voters and the white electorate, there’s no amount of people of color and young people that you can turn out to offset that.
But the problem is that right now, I think a lot of Dem strategy is to avoid actually working through this. Just trying to avoid poking the bear. That’s their argument with defunding police, right? To not agitate racial resentment. I don’t think that is sustainable. »
« The last two years have been pretty hostile. Externally, we’ve been winning. Externally, there’s been a ton of support, but internally, it’s been extremely hostile to anything that even smells progressive. »
« New Noise présente “Chacun Mes Goûts”, une série de discussions où groupes et artistes mis en avant dans nos colonnes nous parlent de leurs disques de chevet. Aujourd’hui, c’est Frédéric D. Oberland, membre d’Oiseaux-Tempête, Le Réveil des Tropiques ou encore FOUDRE!, qui se prête au jeu… »
(je veux un nouvel album 😭)