Local rock act and newfound synthpop group talk age differences, music education, and the pros of Boston.
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“Being from Boston, there’s no other way to put this: there’s a suppression of [some] hip-hop and other events put on by people of color and those on the margins that has always gone on.”
His mistakes go on, from claiming, “decriminalization destroys early intervention,” to failing to understand that court-ordered drug treatment for pot is an enormous waste of resources that could go to treating opiate addiction.
The transitional time for Boston’s can-do attitude sees women getting the spotlight.
“The only addition to the nightmare is if you’re unclothed. So here I am, trying to be amusing and informative at the same time, and it was frightening.”
“The government should be ashamed of themselves for allowing this to go on. We need to get real, we need to tell the truth.”
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