Eric Harvey discusses the posthumous record collections of J Dilla and John Peel— and what those legacies mean in the digital age— in his piece “Collecting History”. http://p4k.in/IV5Yr6

Eric Harvey discusses the posthumous record collections of J Dilla and John Peel— and what those legacies mean in the digital age— in his piece “Collecting History”

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