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Hanif Abdurraqib, Eula Biss, and Lydia Loveless
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Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello reveal their personal theme songs; cultural critic and poet Hanif Abdurraqib describes how his playlist project "68to05" reflects the origins of his personal music fandom; author Eula Biss unpacks the intersection of homeownership and white privilege in her newest collection of essays Having and Being Had; and alt-country singer Lydia Loveless performs "Say My Name" from her latest album Daughter.

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  • Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello reveal their personal theme songs, along with cultural critic and poet Hanif Abdurraqib at 1:47
  • Hanif Abdurraqib describes how his playlist project "68to05" reflects the origins of his personal music fandom at 10:35
  • Eula Biss unpacks the intersection of homeownership and white privilege in her newest collection of essays Having and Being Had at 25:37
  • Alt-country singer Lydia Loveless discusses hand-typing her lyric sheets and her initial insecurities around making her new album at 40:13   
  • Lydia Loveless performs "Say My Name" from her latest album Daughter at 43:47

 

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