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8th January 1980: Solemn Canadian folk pop singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen shares a joke and smokes a cigarette. (Photo by Evening Standard/Getty Images)

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Leonard Cohen: A Wandering Canadian

The 1980 film “The Song of Leonard Cohen” offers a small, quiet glimpse of the songwriter’s life in Montreal.

November 14, 2016
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Warpaint, “Heads Up”

The LA quartet’s third full-length feels like a dutiful turn toward the middle of the road.

September 20, 2016

MJ Guider “Precious Systems”

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MJ Guider, “Precious Systems”

Echoing drones, lethargic beats, and mournful chants combine to make up the New Orleans trio’s debut.

July 25, 2016

Aphex Twin “Cheetah” cover

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Aphex Twin, “Cheetah”

This is Aphex in retrograde, and it’s perhaps his very first concept album—albeit in EP form.

July 14, 2016

Aphex Twin promo shot

Aphex Stretch: What the Super-Slow Remix Reveals About Electronic Music

Stretched to 1000% of its original length, an Aphex Twin song suddenly exists on a different sonic plane while its component parts remain unchanged.

June 24, 2016

Mitski Puberty 2

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Mitski, “Puberty 2”

Puberty: way more fun the second time around.

June 20, 2016
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Holy Fuck, “Congrats”

The Toronto electronic tinkersmiths’ first album is six years feels like it’s comprised of lost artifacts of sound, rough-hewn and forged in some otherworldly studio.

May 27, 2016

Tim Hecker “Love Streams”

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Tim Hecker, “Love Streams”

The master of the drone Hecker tempestuous soundscapes on his first release for 4AD.

April 04, 2016