WeTalkMusic Episode 2 for WeTransfer - Julia Holter & Braids

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We are proud to present the second episode of WeTalkMusic, produced for WeTransfer by Mistral Productions. It was recorded at Form Festival in Arcosanti Arizona, where Julia Holter and Braids joined host Thris Tian to discuss the tracks they chose to answer some unexpected questions. The episode has been played over 90k times in a month!

Find out more about the episode over at WeTransfer's This Works site.

WeTransfer WeTalkMusic Episode 1 - Bonobo & Hundred Waters

WeTransfer have released the first of a new audio series called We TalkMusic, recorded out in Arcosanti Music Festival in Arizona, and edited by Mistral Productions. Hosted by Worldwide FM's Thristian, each episode explores the music artists listen to, in and around the music they make, this time featuring Bonobo and Hundred Waters.

Have a listen!

For the uninitiated, Bonobo is a British DJ and producer whose eclectic tastes and ever-expanding interests have made him one of the most pioneering figures in electronic music today. Operating both as a solo DJ and alongside a 12-piece live band, Bonobo has enamoured millions of people around the world with his hypnotic, meditative brand of EDM. Bonobo’s music is visceral, primal even, and a perfect fit for the Form crowd hungry for rhythm born out of more cerebral realms.

Hundred Waters is something of an indie-electro miracle, for their ability to elevate their brand of organic, ethereal electronic experimentation far beyond their genre’s confines. Although they officially formed in 2011 in Gainesville, Florida, bandmates Nicole Miglis, Trayer Tryon and Zach Tetreault first met in middle school, where they developed the kind of lifelong bond you need to make music as dreamy and emotionally affecting as they do. Skrillex signed the band to his OWSLA label, and since then the trio has toured with the likes of Alt-J, the XX, Jack Ü, Grimes and Julia Holter.
— https://wetransfer.com/thisworks/2016/06/13/we-talk-music-episode-1/