Leslie Feist may be a rock star, but her new cookbook is a collection of quiet, cozy memories.
The Canadian indie artist's cover of Leonard Cohen's 50-year-old ballad doesn't build much on the original, but it's hard to ignore the care behind it.
"Skyline" is the third track from 'Hug of Thunder,' an album which will probably sound like a hug of thunder.
The Toronto rock group's new video may also be an homage to Feist's "1234."
What does a hug of thunder sound like, you ask? Well, something like this.
Gorillaz release their long-awaited new full-length, plus new albums from Feist, Willie Nelson, and G Perico.
Thirteen years since her debut, she speaks to us about charting a bolder pop return, the weirdness of interviews and whatever happened to "Torontopia."
Her first album in six years, 'Pleasure,' is out April 28.
Other artists featured in the 'Live at Massey Hall' series include Tanya Tagaq, Owen Pallett, and Chilly Gonzales.
Apparently, Broken Social Scene and The Wu-Tang Clan aren't so different
Pulp's Jarvis Cocker does a monologue about numbers in this, so you know it's hype.