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SPB: Can you enjoy the work of a musician if you disagree with their politics?   

Malachi: I don’t need to agree with someone 100% to enjoy their music, but I do think that I’m most drawn to art that shows empathy and a willingness to ask questions, regardless of politics. I think it comes down to hearing a worldview I can connect with rather than someone’s specific political beliefs. 

Ryan: I don’t generally go for music that feels overtly political regardless of what side someone’s on, because those songs can be so specific that they feel dated pretty quickly. I prefer songs that find some universal truth within the specifics of a political moment.


Words by Loren on April 29, 2019, 9:15 p.m.

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