Slim Moon: “I thought music was so healing and transformative that I wanted to give it to the world”

Pretty interesting interview with Slim Moon, founder of Kill Rock Stars below:

The thing is, I thought music was so important. I thought music was so healing and transformative that I wanted to give it to the world and giving it to the world was more important to me than moving up the job ladder or making more money or buying a car with my first middle-class income.

The thing is music touches us in a way that is beyond verbal. And to get really mystical, it’s like we’re made — it’s hard to figure out what evolutionary purpose our musicality serves, but we’re clearly made to really respond strongly to music.

Source: From Punk Rock Mogul to Unitarian Minister – OnFaith

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