News:Review: Japanese hologram pop star Hatsune Miku tours North America | Ars Technica
Review: Japanese hologram pop star Hatsune Miku tours North America | Ars Technica It only makes sense that music-producing companies would look for an even easier path to control a pop star's career and image.
Pop music is just a commercial product, why should anybody start caring now about how it is manufactured? Synthespians don't OD on heroin. They don't require a bowl of M+M's with all the green ones removed. They live forever and never age. Sounds like the music equivalent of South Park or The Simpsons.
Labels: electronic, experimental