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Habibi 7.27 & 7.28

After being coined by the New Yorker as having “the Colgate white
glisten of sixties girl group pop combined with an uncensored edge” for their acclaimed debut album, Habibi broke boundaries by introducing Farsi-sung tunes on their EP 'Cardamom Garden' that “shed rigid definitions of what constitutes American music” (Pitchfork). In 2020, a month before the world drastically changed, 'Anywhere But Here', the group’s prophetic sophomore album was released which led NPR’s Robin Hilton to call them a “noir girl-group.”

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