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Elyse Weinberg rolled with Neil Young and Joni Mitchell in the late '60s, and released only one LP before leaving the music industry. David Elliot/Courtesy of Numero Group hide caption

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Grimes' fifth album, Miss Anthropocene, pushes the pleasure buttons of mainstream pop while also appearing to critique it. Mac Boucher/Neil Hansen/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Review: On 'Miss Anthropocene,' Grimes Crafts Pop Both Visceral And Cryptic

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One of the pioneers of London's acid house scene, Andrew Weatherall had an influential career as an electronic music artist, DJ and producer. John Barrett/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Andrew Weatherall, Champion Of Underground Music, Dies At 56

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After working on film scores and collaborating with the New York City Ballet and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Dan Deacon released Mystic Familiar, his first solo album in five years. Frank Hamilton/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Inside The Controlled Chaos Of Dan Deacon's 'Mystic Familiar'

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"I feel like my whole identity, really, is caught up in the dance floor world," Georgia says. Her newest album Seeking Thrills is out this month. Joseph Connor /Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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On 'Seeking Thrills,' Georgia Channels A Lifetime On The Dance Floor

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DJ Frankie Knuckles plays at the Def Mix 20th Anniversary Weekender at Turnmills nightclub in London. Frankie Knuckles is just one DJ that WDET's Chris Campbell recommends for a deep house initiation. Claire Greenway/Getty Images hide caption

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How To Like Deep House, For The Uninitiated

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On his latest album, DJ and producer Kaytranada pays his sonic respects to the Black forefathers of dance music. Brad Barket/Getty Images hide caption

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On 'BUBBA,' Kaytranada Captures Dance Music's Central Tenet

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Adam Sandler plays jeweler Howard Ratner in the film Uncut Gems. The score is as shiny and cosmic as Ratner's life is messy and frantic. Julieta Cervantes/Courtesy of A24 hide caption

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Inside 'Uncut Gems': A Cosmic Score In A Frantic Film

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