The Quietus | Features | 2010 A Glass Half Full | Interview: Beat Disconnection – James Murphy Says Goodbye To LCD

I got to see one of my DJ heroes this weekend. They were fan-freaking-tastic btw.  I love this old article, because he mirrors what I have said about living without fear and what happens when you do.

“I was always afraid of myself and afraid of people. I was like, what the fuck’s going to happen if I stop acting on my fear? I went to therapy for 10 years, twice a week. And I was in a bad relationship and afraid she was going to yell at me. And one day my therapist said, ‘What if you just didn’t care about that? What’s going to happen?’ So I started experimenting with that and changing my relationship to the world. It didn’t bother me that the world was the way it was – I was less invested in it negatively. I was still an angry dude but that’s different from being paralysed by anger – more empowered by it.”

Source: The Quietus | Features | 2010 A Glass Half Full | Interview: Beat Disconnection – James Murphy Says Goodbye To LCD

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