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Can’t Stop Spinning: Jessy Lanza’s Favourite Records
Aimee Armstrong , June 24th, 2020 09:13

In this week's Baker's Dozen, Jessy Lanza speaks to Aimee Armstrong about lifelong favourites from Fleetwood Mac to Missy Elliott, and discusses the records that helped her bridge the worlds of pop and jazz

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Miharu Koshi - Tutu
Steve Goodman from Hyperdub introduced me to her music and said: ‘I think you’ll really like her’. I started listening to it not knowing that Haroumi Hosono had produced the whole record, and I was already a big fan of his. It’s a great synth-pop record with lots of great experimental moments too. I listened to this album a lot especially when I was making Oh No; particularly the drum programming of Haroumi Hosono.


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