Ross FeingoldDateline: We don't care genres, we just worry about you.
First Published: Nov 13, 2009 / Last Published: Jul 17, 2011
CALIX writes for several publications is fan of Kerouac hence the name Calix from "Vanity of Duluoz" that ends with "Forget it wifey. Go to sleep. Tomorrow's another day. Hic calix! Look that up in Latin, it means "Here's the chalice," and be sure there's wine in it." Musically and even socially, politically and possibly a fully encompassing morphogenetic field, like a Fraggle Rock version of a "Theory of Everything" Calix believes that genres are a myth, much akin to those like the notion of control or the Jersey Devil, and is something perpetuated by music companies such as iTunes or Microsoft and their music players so that "genius mode" can work. People aren't so inherently stupid when it comes to sound that they need to be told what that genres are needed to facilitate listening to music. Music simply is "music" and also is simply "genreless". On a side-note, he loves twizzlers and as some suspect he is at the very least a part-time Shinobi as well.
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