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“A man alone in his studio with scissors and a piece of magnetic tape. He slices, cuts and glues. He is not aware of any other world. Not on his knees, no statue to look up to, no murmured words, just fragments of life put together in a different order.”
Our fourth Bastard Child comes courtesy of everyone’s favourite EDM egghead, Moby.
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Another bastard child. This time, Kate Bush's masterful 1982 album, The Dreaming.
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