New Remix for Sweatson Klank’s “I Shouldn’t Be Here (Feat. Ango)”

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“Blake’s deconstructive take on R&B is similar in spirit to that of How to Dress Well’s Tom…”

“Blake’s deconstructive take on R&B is similar in spirit to that of How to Dress Well’s Tom Krell. In a recent interview with Pitchfork TV, Krell explained his writing process as one of locating bodily sensations that haven’t yet shaped themselves into recognizable emotions. Suddenly you’re hit, in other words, but you don’t yet know if that feeling is joy, anxiety, frustration, or terror— you’re only aware that something’s there, and you try to freeze it, to examine it more closely, instead of simply slotting it in a category and moving on.”

http://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/17842-james-blake-overgrown/

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“We don’t care about money. All I want to do is make bet­ter sushi. I do the same thing over and…”

We don’t care about money.

All I want to do is make bet­ter sushi.

I do the same thing over and over, bit by bit.

There is always a year­ning to achieve more.

I’ll con­ti­nue to climb, trying to reach the top, but no one knows where the top is.

Even at my age, after deca­des of work, I don’t think I’ve achie­ved perfection.

But I feel ecs­ta­tic all day… I love making sushi.

That’s the spi­rit of the sho­ku­nin.

When to quit? The job you’ve wor­ked so hard for?

I’ve never once hated this job.

I fell in love with my work and gave my life to it.

Even though I’m 85 years old, I don’t feel like retiring.

That’s how I feel.

From Jiro Dreams of Sushi, via a beautiful email from Hugh MacLeod on falling in love with your work (via wearethedigitalkids)

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