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Greg Dulli, the once and future leader of the Afghan Whigs, is a man who knows a few things about whiskey-soaked baritones and libertine poetics, so he's the kind of guy you'd want to hear covering a…   Read Story »
Original poetry-folk master Leonard Cohen has a new album called Old Ideas coming out next week, and three songs of it have already found their way to the internet: "Show Me The Place," "Darkness,"…   Read Story »
At a recent Philly show, New York indie-pop upstarts Cults pulled out a perfectly respectable cover of Leonard Cohen's great 1989 synthetic-bleakness anthem "Everybody Knows," which readers of a…   Read Story »
The almighty rumble-voiced word-wrangler Leonard Cohen will release his new album Old Ideas at the end of the month, and we've already posted two excellent songs from the LP, "Show Me The Place" and…   Read Story »
Wizened old god Leonard Cohen will release his new album Old Ideas later this month, and we've already posted one song from the LP, the gorgeous "Show Me The Place." And now we've got another. It's a…   Read Story »
Last month, Leonard Cohen mentioned that he had a new album called Old Ideas, his first studio LP in seven years, coming early next year. And now we know he wasn't kidding. Old Ideas drops in…   Read Story »
Leonard Cohen recites a version of his spoken word "A Thousand Kisses Deep" in this new spot for Sony 3-D TV. Cohen doesn't license much, so we're going to go ahead and guess that the 3-D version of…   Read Story »
A misleading post title, because of course we are all hoping for Haiti, and have been, day and night since a catastrophic earthquake decimated an already destitute society. We know our place in the…   Read Story »
Following his excursion into Downtown NYC via Velvet Underground & Nico, Beck takes his Record Club to Montreal with a track-by-track smothering covering of Songs Of Leonard Cohen. As we mentioned…   Read Story »
Beck continues making good use of his down time between album cycles with the second phase of his Record Club, the project which sees Hansen invite a tag-archive-friendly set of friends to cover a…   Read Story »