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Guest DJ: Aldous Harding

Aldous Harding, whose second album Party has drawn raves from around the world, sat down to talk about the music she loved growing up and its influence on her work.
Aldous Harding released her debut Party, produced by John Parish, this May on 4AD. Source: Rafael Barker

Aldous Harding, the intense singer and songwriter from New Zealand, sat down with me after the Tiny Desk Concert she recorded earlier this month (posting on July

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