When the world stopped, music continued. Its power was more vital than ever, providing comfort in times of great anxiety and loneliness, and adding fuel to the righteous anger that exploded across the planet. Music itself rarely fixes anything: it’s not medicine, listening to a beautiful piece of art doesn’t absolve you of the need to confront the issues this year has brought on. It does help, though. A lot. When things are grim, it can get you through. Sometimes that’s all we can hope for. At least for the moment. Great music, and the communities that have formed around it, will be one of the best legacies our generation will leave. This year did not test that, it brought the importance of this art and those who make it work to the fore.

Quote via Dan Condon https://collect.readwriterespond.com/when-looking-back-at-2020-in-music-this-is-what-i-want-to-remember/

Lego DJ decks from Trolls World Tour set – Techno Reef Dance Party
https://www.lego.com/en-au/product/techno-reef-dance-party-41250


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