As I probably mentioned when talking about the excellent “Made of Stars”, the idea of music coming out of the more pop, dance, and electronic environs isn’t usually expected to be deep and meaningful. That isn’t its job. Its job is to be euphoric, accessible, and entertaining. So why has it taken so long for an artist to emerge from those quarters who has hitched his creative musical wagon to more potent and poignant lyrical exploration? I don’t have the answer to that, I just know that the music scene and indeed the world, in general, is a better place for artists such as Richard Evans

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