Clockwise from upper left: Gem Club, Perera Elsewhere, Of Montreal, Remi Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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Of Montreal performs a Tiny Desk Concert on Dec. 14, 2012. Christopher Parks/NPR hide caption

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Of Montreal: Tiny Desk Concert

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With its horns and woodwinds, Of Montreal's "Dour Percentage" is danceable like a disco hit, but twice as flirty. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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