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This Musician Wanted to Save the Planet--So She Recorded It

Electronica artist Hydrah has dabbled in many genres: she performed in musicals and with choirs in high school, was part of an Indonesian Gamelan orchestra in college, and even toured the West Coast as the frontwoman of a punk band. But it wasn’t until her fieldwork as a conservation biologist in places like Western Samoa and Costa Rica that she discovered what she calls the most beautiful melodies she’s ever heard.
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