The Georgia Straight

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"If you want to develop your rock ’n’ roll chops, nothing beats getting together with like-minded friends and bashing out “Wild Thing” or “Hell’s Bells” in the garage. Sure, you’ll suck at first, but the point is that the best way to learn how to do something is to do it.

"The same goes for makers of electronic music, although the equivalent of jamming in their case requires not a pawn-shop guitar and a half-decent amp, but a pair of good headphones and a laptop. Or, in the case of Seth Haley, a borrowed Casio keyboard and a cassette deck."

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"If you want to develop your rock ’n’ roll chops, nothing beats getting together with like-minded friends and bashing out “Wild Thing” or “Hell’s Bells” in the garage. Sure, you’ll suck at first, but the point is that the best way to learn how to do something is to do it.

"The same goes for makers of electronic music, although the equivalent of jamming in their case requires not a pawn-shop guitar and a half-decent amp, but a pair of good headphones and a laptop. Or, in the case of Seth Haley, a borrowed Casio keyboard and a cassette deck."

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