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Cloud Cult's 'Love' Channels A Life Tested By Loss
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Cloud Cult's album, Love, comes out March 5. Cody York/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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New Music From The Knife, Four Tet And (Oh Yeah) My Bloody Valentine
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Minnesota's Cloud Cult crammed into the WXPN studios for a session on World Cafe. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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