The Mystery of SAULT

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The anonymous British collective called SAULT released their fifth album, ‘9,’ this summer. It's only going to be available for 99 days.

The anonymous British collective called SAULT released their fifth album, ‘9,’ this summer. It's only going to be available for 99 days. 

KEXP’s Larry Mizell, Jr. and Gabriel Teodros discuss how this limited release sparks questions around value in the age of streaming. They also talk about how humor shows up on the album, how different songs have impacted them, and both the local and global aspects of the group's messages. 

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