Nacho Vegas interview: "I’m a fan of the music before musician." | World Music

In fact, you said that the songs are necessary but not useful.
Yes, for me the songs are useless, totally. The important things in life are. These things are necessary but they have no practical purpose. The same is true love. No one is useless in love, because you fall for ” something . ” You fall in love because you feel it and feel the urgency, it may be a necessary and important, but is completely useless.

Do you think that love may be urgent but useless at the same time?
Sure. Nobody falls for anything. I mean that love is not functional. Another thing is that after that you take your life to be a disaster, or that your life is very full … but that’s not a value that is intrinsic. What happens is someone can use a song and may have saved his life because he was at the wrong time or was sad in his day. But that does not mean that the song is functional. It is a beginning and an end in itself, to which then you can give a profit later, but in reality when you are a ” why “a very powerful reason, but there is a” what . ” So I say they are not useful. It is also not just serve me for nothing, does not resolve anything with a song.

So are a form of liberation?
Yes, they are the closest thing to that. It also has some cathartic. And not only write but to hear, are a way to feel free, make sure you are well and celebrate life. In that sense if they are a liberation.

Google translated from Spanish.

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