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Julia Holter’s latest album, ‘Aviary,’ takes flight on her European tour

todayDecember 15, 2018

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    Julia Holter’s latest album, ‘Aviary,’ takes flight on her European tour Dina Elsayed

 

Julia Holter’s music is exploratory and playful. “Aviary” is her fifth studio album and takes listeners on an unpredictable 90-minute journey, influenced in part by film scores and medieval music.

We caught up with Holter during her 2018 European tour to find out more about her recording process and how her formal musical education helped her to grow in unconventional ways.

 

 

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Written by: Dina Elsayed


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