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Los Angeles musician Kayla Cohen records gorgeous, floaty folk music under the name Itasca, and she's about to follow up 2016's Open To Chance with a new tape called Morning Flower, a limited edition collaboration with Wyoming-based poet, artist, and ecologist Gunnar Tchida. "She did the art/titles and I did the music," Cohen explains on…
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