I've read an article on rhythm and how it's wrongly perceived before modern times and disco music (yes, the writer states that the modern disco dance music has a better version of rhythm than classical music). The writer states that Bach and Prokofiev, and all the other classical composers, (of common practice period) didn't understand rhythm and wrote structured and predictable compositions. He clearly understand "the rhythm" in connection to Gilles Deleuze, post-modernism and explains that rhythm creates a space-time, it destroys structuralism, its a dynamic notion, primivite tribes have connection to disco music etc. I wonder where we can see this kind of "special" rhythm that he or some French philosopher perceives, is it in their minds? I clearly can't see it anywhere on surface of earth. What kind of speciality could the disco music have over classical music? He gives the example of Stockhausen, i've listened to his music and as you can guess its ultra modern (or postmodern) bulls**t that goes on for hours without any kind of melody, or common sense. If you want to create new harmonies and space-time, a new kind of sense which is alien but at the same time perfectly relatable to our human experiences, listen to Debussy's music. Except for some purposeful and reasonable cases I don't believe in atonality. This kind of articles only serve the writer's intellectually adolescent mind, a vision which fulfills itself.