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All Songs +1: Electronic Artist Tim Hecker On How He Bends Sound

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Clockwise from upper left: Big Thief, Tim Hecker, The Coathangers, Car Seat Headrest Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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New Mix: Breakthroughs By Car Seat Headrest, The Coathangers, Big Thief, More

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Tim Hecker and Daniel Lopatin's new album, Instrumental Tourist, comes out Nov. 20. Spencer C. Yeh/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Instrumental Tourist

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Moogfest always draws a creative crowd. But the festival's proximity to Halloween inspires some fans to dress in unusual costumes. Adam Kissick for NPR hide caption

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The Best Of Moogfest 2012

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The Mind-Blowing, Mysterious Moogfest: Festival Recap

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