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Haiku From Zero

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    Haiku From Zero
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    Haiku From Zero
    Artist
    Cut Copy
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    Astralwerks
    Released
    1969

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It's Happened: LCD Soundsystem Is Back With 'American Dream'

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LCD Soundsystem Lives Its Darkly Philosophical, Archly Self-Aware 'American Dream'

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"Matthew's music has always been my go-to for late night bus rides in headphones and I still geek out that we made this together!" Sara Quin says of her collaboration with Matthew Dear. Chris Arace, Pamela Littky/Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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World cafe Nashville: Republican Hair

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The Knife worked with choreographer Stina Nyberg and a group of dancers from many different backgrounds to transform Shaking The Habitual live. Alexa Vachon/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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