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Goldspot’s Khosla draws on parents’ struggles for songs

Siddhartha Khosla
Siddhartha Khosla
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When it came time to prepare Goldspot’s third album, “Aerogramme,” released on Aug. 20, Indian-American singer-songwriter Siddhartha Khosla was at a loss for what to write about. All of the albums he has recorded under the name Goldspot have been concept albums — from the 2007 debut “Tally of the Yes Men,” which dealt with his experience working a 9-to-5 job, to its follow-up, 2010’s “And the Elephant is Dancing,” which focused on interpersonal relationships ...


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