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Saturday, May 21 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
No Effects Live Podcast Recording with Julia Holter and Empress Of

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Jesse Cohen, one half of the band Tanlines, hosts a live recording of his podcast, No Effects, with Empress of and Julia Holter.
No Effects is a a longform, conversational podcast, in which he sits down and talks with musicians about their lives and work.
Join Cohen in his relaxed, unstuffy intellectual environment to learn about Empress Of and Julia Holter’s work intimately.

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No Effects with Jesse Cohen

Jesse Cohen is one half of the band Tanlines and the host of “No Effects” with Jesse Cohen, a longform, conversational podcast, in which he sits down and talks with musicians about their lives and work. Past guests of the show include Ed Droste from Grizzly Bear, Ali Shaheed Muhammad from A Tribe Called Quest, Jenny Hval, Ezra Koenig from Vampire Weekend, Kelela, and MNDR. Paper magazine describes the show as "a relaxed... Read More →
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Julia Holter

Have You In My Wilderness is Julia Holter’s most intimate album yet, a collection of radiant ballads. Her follow-up to 2013’s widely celebrated Loud City Song explores love, trust, and power in human relationships. While love songs are familiar fodder in pop music, Holter manages to stay fascinatingly oblique and enigmatic on her new album. Have You in My Wilderness is also Holter’s most sonically intimate album. Here, she and... Read More →
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Empress Of

“Can I make it clear?” Lorely Rodriguez asks within the opening moments of her debut album, Me. Her singular voice is the centerpiece of Me, her first fully-formed vision of an album, following her previously shorter and more abstract releases as Empress Of. “Don’t tell me who I am,” she sings seconds later. Me plays out like diary entries from one woman’s voice musing on the personal, the political, and all... Read More →

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Radio & the Radiophonic

“Radio” today describes an idea as much as any particular communications technology. It has been almost one hundred years since the first wireless broadcasts for entertainment, and radio seems livelier than ever: from AM, to FM, to HAM, to satellite, with internet streaming, apps and podcasts, this sound medium knows no bounds. So, what is radio today? And how has this technology sustained so much... Read More →

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