Global Pop Conspiracy Manifesto
In the travelling Jamaican sound systems of the ‘60s and ’70s, musical duties were split between the selector, who chose the records, and the operator, who played the records. A quarter century later, the selector and the operator have become one: the dj. In the dj, we have allowed execution to overshadow ideas. We have perpetuated the notion that the soul of creation is in the technique, and that, lacking technique, we forfeit the right to create.
— Global Pop Conspiracy Manifesto