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Kaki King

Rolling Stone has called Kaki King a genre unto herself. And indeed, Kaki King’s genre of bewitching guitar, propulsive rhythms, and unearthly vocals, is a great big world unto itself. She’s been writing and producing albums of great diversity for over a decade now both solo and in groups. She has collaborated with the Foo Fighters, and she has scored music for movies. Recently she’s been collaborating with designers Georigia Lupi and John Maeda.

Debbie talks to Kaki King about her collaborations, her career, and performing and composing. “Ultimately, developing my own voice as a writer in an instrumental context, that’s the hardest thing to do.”

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