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Object Of Sound brings you in tune with the music shaping our culture today. Hosted by poet and critic Hanif Abdurraqib, each episode blends the eclectic curation of freeform radio with artist interviews and textural storytelling, guiding you to a new way of listening.

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Object Of Sound brings you in tune with the music shaping our culture today. Hosted by poet and critic Hanif Abdurraqib, each episode blends the eclectic curation of freeform radio with artist interviews and textural storytelling, guiding you to a new way of listening.

    Harvest Together (feat. Aaron Dessner)

    Harvest Together (feat. Aaron Dessner)

    “Collaboration—that's the easiest way to grow” says Aaron Dessner, member of the National and Big Red Machine, and a prolific collaborator with artists from Taylor Swift to Kanye West. In our final episode of Season two, we’re talking to Aaron about what it’s like to learn and experiment alongside other musicians, and how valuable that can be for breaking through into new creative frontiers. To close out this season, Hanif leaves us with an expression of gratitude, and a final thought on music as a communal experience. For the playlist of songs curated for this episode head over to https://bit.ly/oos-aaron-dessner.

    / Music In This Week's Episode: /
    Big Red Machine, Magnolia
    Aaron Dessner and Lauren Mayberry, Who’d You Kill Now?
    Taylor Swift and Bon Iver, exile (feat. Bon Iver)
    Aaron Dessner, Big Red Machine
    Richard Reed Perry, In A Moment
    Hiss Golden Messenger, Terms of Surrender
    Hannah Georgas, Easy
    Big Red Machine and Sharon Van Etten, A Crime

    • 22 分鐘
    In Praise of Aaliyah (feat. Kathy Iandoli and Kiana Fitzgerald)

    In Praise of Aaliyah (feat. Kathy Iandoli and Kiana Fitzgerald)

    It’s been 20 years since Aaliyah’s passing, and for most of those years, her music has been largely inaccessible. Kept off streaming platforms, hidden from the internet. That is, until now. With nearly all of Aaliyah’s catalog freshly released into the world, we’re celebrating by devoting our full show in praise of Aaliyah. With a deep dive into her influence on fashion, music and culture and a playlist of tracks that feel like the summer of 2001... And still hit today. Joining Hanif are journalists Kathy Iandoli and Kiana Fitzgerald to rejoice in the (re)discovery of her work. For the playlist of songs curated for this episode head over to https://bit.ly/oos-aaliyah.

    / Music In This Week’s Episode: /
    Aaliyah, If Your Girl Only Knew
    Aaliyah, I Can Be
    Aaliyah, Loose Rap (ft. Static Major)
    Aaliyah, Hot Like Fire (Timbaland Groove Mix feat. Missy Elliott & Timbaland)
    Aaliyah, 4 Page Letter
    Timbaland & Magoo, We At It Again
    Aaliyah, U Got Nerve
    Aaliyah, Rock the Boat

    • 36 分鐘
    Source Material (feat. Sufjan Stevens and Angelo De Augustine)

    Source Material (feat. Sufjan Stevens and Angelo De Augustine)

    What do you do when you revisit a beloved movie from your childhood, only to find out it's not quite what you remember? If you’re Sufjan Stevens and Angelo De Augustine, you write a song about it. Their forthcoming album, A Beginner’s Mind, is a journey back into childhood nostalgia and perspectives, shaped by films the pair watched while recording together. Through their songwriting process, Sufjan and Angelo strip away what was dark or violent in their source material, transforming it and reflecting back something that, in their words, is pure and good. For the playlist of songs curated for this episode head over to https://bit.ly/oos-source-material.

    / Music In This Week’s Episode: /
    Sufjan Stevens and Angelo De Augustine, Fictional California
    Pixies, Debaser
    The Ataris, So Long, Astoria
    Fugazi, Walken’s Syndrome
    Dolly Parton, 9 to 5
    Regina Spektor, Fidelity
    Roxy Music, 2HB
    Deep Blue Something, Breakfast at Tiffany’s

    • 21 分鐘
    Southern Identity (feat. Adia Victoria)

    Southern Identity (feat. Adia Victoria)

    “What about the Black woman who does not care to save you?” asks Adia Victoria. “How about the Black woman who is trying to look after her own skin, because you're not looking out for her?” Adia’s forthcoming album, A Southern Gothic, is rich with these questions and the characters who ask them, moving between romanticizing the South and interrogating it, all while embracing the complexity of Adia’s Southern identity. On this week’s episode, Adia and Hanif dig into the widespread influence of Black Southern culture, and the legacy of the blues as an artistic gesture towards freedom—one that is still alive to this day, and remains as vital to American music as ever before. For the playlist of songs curated for this episode head over to https://bit.ly/southern-identity.

    / Music In This Week’s Episode: /
    Adia Victoria, Magnolia Blues
    Big Mama Thornton, Your Love Is Where It Ought To Be
    Memphis Minnie, New Dirty Dozen
    Shirley Brown, Woman to Woman
    Shemekia Copeland, Salt In My Wounds
    Ida Cox, Wild Women Don’t Have The Blues
    Alberta Hunter, My Handy Man Ain’t Handy No More
    Bessie Smith, Devil’s Gonna Git You

    • 37 分鐘
    Screwed Up Sound (feat. Lil Keke and Brandon ‘Jinx’ Jenkins)

    Screwed Up Sound (feat. Lil Keke and Brandon ‘Jinx’ Jenkins)

    DJ Screw changed hip hop forever. You’ve heard his signature sound, even if you don’t know his name. On this episode, co-hosted by Mogul’s Brandon ‘Jinx’ Jenkins, we sit down with Lil Keke to talk about the warbly, slowed-down style of mixing called Chopped and Screwed born out of Houston in the ‘90s, and how this sound spilled out from car stereos and into the culture at large. For the playlist of songs curated for this episode head over to https://bit.ly/screwed-up-sound.

    / Music In This Week’s Episode: /
    DJ Screw, Lil Keke - Pimp Tha Pen
    DJ Screw, UGK - Tell Me Something Good
    DJ Screw, Screwed Up Click - Shine and Recline
    DJ Screw, Botany Boyz - Smokin And Leanin
    Trae Tha Truth, DJ Screw - Screw Tha World (feat. DJ Screw)
    DJ Screw - Elbows Swangin
    DJ Screw, Al-D - Why You Hatin Me

    • 32 分鐘
    Everything You Hear Belongs to You (feat. Bartees Strange)

    Everything You Hear Belongs to You (feat. Bartees Strange)

    “The way I look at music is it's all mine” says Bartees Strange. “I can do whatever I want with whatever I hear, period.” When Bartees approaches a song—whether he’s reimagining or remixing another artist, or writing for himself—he doesn’t hold back. In this episode, Hanif and Bartees talk about making their art into their career, and the journey they each took to get there. Plus, Hanif and Bartees explain how living well and fully engaged with the world and people around them is an essential part of their creative processes. Plus Hanif curates a playlist of his favorite remixes. For the playlist of songs curated for this episode head over to https://bit.ly/oos-bartees-strange.

    / Music in this week's episode: /
    Phoebe Bridgers and Bartees Strange, Kyoto (Bartees Strange Remix)
    Le Tigre, Deceptacon (DFA Remix)
    Florence and the Machine, You’ve Got The Love (Jamie xx rework)
    Robyn, Baby Forgive Me (Floorplan Remix)?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link
    Aaliyah, Hot Like Fire (Timbaland’ Groove Mix feat. Missy Elliott & Timbaland)
    SWV, Anything

    • 31 分鐘

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