Murphy will be creating an algorithm that translates between music and the information contained in the variety of potential match situations.
The man who once sang “Losing My Edge” is not pleased with the dullness of commercial dance music. He’d also like to sell you a pound of espresso.
New York, James Murphy loves you, but the current sounds of the city’s subway system are bringing him down.
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