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Today in Toronto: Beirut

Beirut Zach Condon’s brand of cosmopolitanism is tinged with twee: he regularly uses the names of lesser-known European locations as song titles, and his music mixes Shins-style indie folk with accordions and brass on loan from Tom Waits’s Euro-hobo era. Find out more »

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