Kishi Bashi's second solo album is titled Lighght. Kaden Shallat/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Music Interviews

Kishi Bashi: Holding A Mirror To Pop Music's Many Faces

The musician describes the way he blends violin, electronics and far-reaching cultural influences to create a unique sound on his new album, Lighght.

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All Songs Considered

New Music: Cults, Avett Brothers, Kishi Bashi, More

This week's episode of All Songs Considered includes great songs from favorites old (Cults, The Avett Brothers) and new (Weed, Lily & Madeleine).

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