The song "Home" from Holly Herndon's new album, Platform, concerns being honest with ourselves about technology so that as a society we can figure out how to make things better. Bennet Perez/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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An Invasion Of Intimacy, And The Song That Followed
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Clockwise from upper left: Holly Herndon, Ratking, Jenn Wasner and Andy Stack of Wye Oak, and John Lurie. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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New Mix: Wye Oak, Ratking, John Lurie, More
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Andrew Bird, Ty Segall, Pantha Du Prince, Casket Girls And More
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