Ask Julia Holter

We're after your questions for the Have You In My Wilderness singer-songwriter

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Ahead of a run of tour dates in November, Julia Holter will be answering your questions as part of our regular An Audience With… feature.

So is there anything you’d like us to ask the singer-songwriter?

What did she learn from working with Linda Perhacs?
She’s covered Crowded House, Roxy Music and Guillaume de Machaut’s 14th century composition “Je Vivroie Liement”; what’s the connection between the three?
How did her collaboration with Jean Michel Jarre come about?

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Send up your questions by noon, Tuesday, October 4 to uncutaudiencewith@timeinc.com.

The best questions, and Julia’s answers, will be published in a future edition of Uncut magazine.

The November 2016 issue of Uncut is now on sale in the UK – featuring our cover story on The Specials, plus Bon Iver, Bob Weir, Shirley Collins, Conor Oberst, Peter Hook, Bad Company, Leonard Cohen, Muscle Shoals, Will Oldham, Oasis, Lou Reed, Otis Redding, Nina Simone, Frank Ocean, Michael Kiwanuka and more plus 140 reviews and our free 15-track CD

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