“Today, electronic music is like an audio energy drink,” Bangalter says. “Artists are overcompensating with this aggressive, energetic, hyperstimulating music – it’s like someone shaking you. But it can’t move people on an emotional level. It’s a way to feel alive, but . . .”
“It’s not deep, it’s surface,” de Homem-Christo offers.
“Maybe it’s the difference between love and sex, or eroticism and pornography,” Bangalter says."
One of the most loving and inspiring things is Daft Punk talking about music.(via unlacedgentlefighter)
I dread the day someone says “what did you do with your life” more than the day I die.