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LEONARD COHEN’S FINAL MASTERPIECE WAS HIS PARTING GIFT

Leonard Cohen wasn't a regular at his local temple. He admittedly had moments of grace with a higher force but he lived much of his life as most of us do. He smoke, drank, and famously enjoyed the pleasures of the flesh. You could say he was a humanist whose higher power was love. Leonard practiced Zen Buddhism in Mount Baldy but always considered himself Jewish. He kept the practice of humility with him always. The people's poet, whether you knew him or not, his passing most likely pained you as if he was family. Even Bob Dylan had called the 82 year old musician, "No. 1 to my zero."
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INTRODUCING BROOKLYN BAND BIG CHEESE!

Brooklyn trio Big Cheese may have only begun in 2013, but they have resurrected the powerful and darkly introspective sound of '90s-era rock bands. Drummer Justin Iwinski cites Nirvana as a major influence ("Big Cheese" being a track off Nirvana's 1989 album Bleach), while songs off their second album, Supersonic Nothing, reflect the Stooges and the Melvins.