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Nile Rodgers Speaks Out On The Random Access Memories Backlash

Nile Rodgers Speaks Out On The Random Access Memories Backlash
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Here is a brand new interview between legendary guitarist, disco pioneer, and all-around great guy Nile Rodgers and Mixmag Magazine. Rodgers takes this opportunity to offer his opinion on the negative attention that Daft Punk’s Random Access Memories has been receiving since its recent release.

“Anybody can dislike Daft Punk’s record, it’s fine. If you don’t like it, you don’t like it. But to try and say that you want to limit a person’s artistic vision because you do things another way seems really not in the spirit of dance music.”

Check out the whole thing below!

1:38 – Rodgers explains the ethos behind Random Access Memories
3:00 – Rodgers reminisces about an amazing Timmy Regisford set at Shelter NYC.
5:16 – Rodgers explains how the art of DJing has changed

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