Rhizome plants are like ideas. They develop their roots underground. When reaching the surface, they might become mainstream or may just be heard by a few but the toughest might live forever.
They develop their roots like a network. If the ground is too poor then the plant will extend its roots to a more fertile one. If you cut the stem, a new one will come back later. If you dig up the roots but forget just a tiny bit then it might thrive again. It can be very hard to get ride of this sort of plants.
This metaphor can illustrate how even the tiniest musical niche may never disappeared because it still lives buried underground and might rise up again.
This blog is about, up and coming musical movements and ideas but also about all the others that might rise up again one day…
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“What is a weed? A plant whose virtues have never been discovered.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson