Some people have questioned the fact that I use terms such as odd or weird to describe music as if it is some sort of detrimental swipe or criticism. Nothing could be further from the truth. For my money, odd and weird is where all the good stuff happens. It is music with outsider status, that doesn’t conform or pander to the listener’s expectations, which plays by its own rules, which is adventurous, experimental…avant-garde even….

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