Anthony Gonzalez of M83. The band's latest album, its first since 2011, is called Junk. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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On 'Junk,' M83's Anthony Gonzalez Reconnects With His Past
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Album cover art for Four Tet's Fabriclive (upper left), M83 (right), The Field (bottom left).

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Electronic Edition: Burial And Massive Attack, M83, More
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M83 usually chronicles overwrought teen anxiety, but in "Midnight City," the producer's focus turns to fun and frivolity. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'Midnight City' by M83
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