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Feist on World Cafe

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Kara Jackson's Why Does the Earth Give Us People to Love? is on our shortlist of the best albums out April 14. Lawrence Agyei/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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New Music Friday: The best releases out on April 14

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On her sixth album, Feist's barely adorned honesty is consummate, the result of someone who has lived enough to have a story and worked enough to set it brilliantly to song. Sara Melvin & Colby Richardson/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Feist says her goal with Pleasure is to "[go] back to a place that would be sustainable, that I can imagine enjoying when I'm 90." Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Feist Has A Message For Her 71-Year-Old Self

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Sleater-Kinney (from left, Janet Weiss, Carrie Brownstein and Corin Tucker) will release new music as part of a series to benefit Planned Parenthood. Neilson Barnard/Getty Images for The New Yorker hide caption

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When Apple used the song "1234" in a 2007 iPod commercial, it turned Canadian singer Feist into a star. A panel at this year's SXSW agreed that music licensing remains lucrative — and complicated. YouTube hide caption

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'How Did This Song Get In That Commercial?' Some Answers From SXSW

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Feist's new album, Metals, comes out Oct. 4. Mary Rozzi hide caption

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Feist: A Pop Star With A Punk-Rock Past

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Atlas Sound's Bradford Cox (clockwise from upper left), Bjork, Los Campesinos! Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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Fall Music Preview

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