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    As a young Canadian singer in an all-girl high school punk band called Placebo, Leslie Feist played her first gig opening for the Ramones in 1991; then in 1993, she opened for Radiohead. These events would not be the highlight of Feist’s career, however—nor would living with electro-punk artist Peaches, playing guitar with By Divine Right, or singing with the indie-rock collective Broken Social Scene. In 2004, Feist’s solo career took off with the release of her sophomore solo album, Let It Die. Featuring the single “Mushaboom” and a charming combination of folk, bossa nova, jazz-pop, disco, and indie rock, the record made Feist an indie icon. However, it was 2007’s The Reminder and its ubiquitous single “1234” (featured in an iPod commercial) that made Feist a household name, Grammy nominee, and top seller on iTunes. Feist returned in 2011 with her fourth album, the critically acclaimed Metals. This one-of-a-kind artist’s sentimental, breezy sophistication and sultry vocals are as captivating as they are cozy on vinyl.
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