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CRATE DIGGING WITH…

Berlin-based Norwegian songwriter Farao released her second album, Pure-O, at the tail end of last year, a shimmering mix of Soviet disco and 90s RnB influences. Here, she reveals 10 records that informed it…

LARAAJI

UNICORNS IN PARADISE

“Laraaji is a zither player, discovered by Brian Eno when he was a busker in New York. His music is a mix of new age and minimalist styles, kind of classical at times. He inspired me to buy my own zithers, which I used on my most recent album.”

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