Friday, February 2, 2018

"the future is ours"

you can hear the breakbeat future emerging on this thrilling 1990 mix - house's pulse-flow chopped and scratched into a ruffer ride with DJ Hype's B-boy hands on the steering wheel

(via Michelangelo Matos)

".. the older technique or content must somehow subsist within the work as what is cancelled or overwritten, modified, inverted or negated, in order for us to feel the force, in the present, of what is alleged to have once been an innovation." 
- Fredric Jameson, A Singular Modernity

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