There are many reasons for making music, perhaps as many as there are people actually making it. For some, it is purely entertainment, a soundtrack to the end of another working week, something to kick back or party to. It can be rabble-rousing, raw, and political. It can talk about the minutiae of everyday life and it can describe universal subjects…

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