In a world where music often reaches us through streaming, and album covers shrink to thumbnail size on screens, we naturally wonder: Are vinyl record covers still important?
Music has played a significant role in human life for centuries, inspiring, evoking emotions, and connecting different cultures. In his book “Infected by Sound: The Music Market in the Age of Artificial Intelligence,” Stanisław Trzciński uses an incredibly suggestive term that refers to the processes occurring in music and the influence that music has on listeners. Can it be then considered that music truly infects us with sounds, affecting our thoughts, emotions, and well-being?
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In an era dominated by digitalization, where traditional practices have been rapidly replaced, vinyl records have defied the odds and experienced a remarkable resurgence. The power of this analog format lies in its ability to offer a unique and meaningful experience that digital music often fails to replicate.
Klemens Hannigan is known for his unconventional artistic perspective, so it’s not surprising that he presents his vision as an artist in a public manifesto.