Kevin Parker of Tame Impala Discusses Music Piracy

“I used to download music illegally. Everyone has. No one is innocent. Everyone has done that.”

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Kevin Parker of Tame Impala stopped by Mary Anne Hobbs’ program on BBC Radio 6 this morning, and among the topics discussed was the moral culpability of music piracy. Parker admits there was a time where he illegally downloaded music as well, and is unsure of the difference on the effect felt when purchasing it. Listen to the program in its entirety below, and skip to the part where Kevin Parker address this issue at the 2:07:30 mark. For more on this story, visit Pitchfork.

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