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Alone with her music

Annabel Alpers’s Bachelorette is a technological — and personal — creation

“I can get easily distracted if I’m in a city,’’ says Annabel Alpers of her desire to retreat to the solitude of the woods to record her songs for Bachelorette. “I can get easily distracted if I’m in a city,’’ says Annabel Alpers of her desire to retreat to the solitude of the woods to record her songs for Bachelorette.
By James Reed
Globe Staff / March 26, 2010

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Annabel Alpers is on a curious mission that sounds rife with contradictions before you ever hear the music. As the lone mastermind behind Bachelorette, one of New Zealand’s most hyped indie-rock exports in recent years, she dissects the mercurial relationship between technology and human connection. (Full article: 721 words)

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