Leonard Cohen

Zuck and I: Facebook friends forever

'I might give them my personal information for free, which would spare them the trouble of wheeling and dealing with Zuck'

Seer with the devil’s voice now hangs out with angels

Leonard Cohen’s songs evoked the mystical incantations of Bongani Madondo’s youth, but also voodooed music and poetry into a profound creative ritual.

Highs and lows of a year in music

Charles Leonard writes about his vet’s stillborn question to Leonard Cohen and the joys of reggae.

“Slow is in my blood”: Leonard Cohen talks about his writing process

Leonard Cohen is not fond of songs with ideas because they tend to become "slogans".

No tricks were used in Leonard Cohen’s Popular Problems

Producer, Patrick Leonard, assures M&G's Charles Leonard that no tricks were used during the recording of Popular Problems.

Singer Leonard Cohen is back on the road

Getting shafted by his manager turned out to be a blessing in disguise for Canada's best-loved singer, writes Charles Leonard.

Pre-stream: Leonard Cohen’s album ‘Popular Problems’

Listen to an exclusive live stream of Leonard Cohen's latest album - to be released on September 22.

It’s a laugh a minute with Leonard – seriously

Sombre prophet, mordant wisecracker, ­repentant cad: Leonard Cohen is back with a great new ­album, old ideas and more wit and wisdom.

Fresh, vital ideas from a 77-year-old master

A new Leonard Cohen album is always something to look ­forward to.

Listening with Lenny

<b>Stuart Robertson</b> attends a star-studded listening session for Leonard Cohen's latest album.

A soundtrack to our urban lives

<b>CD OF THE MONTH:</b> The National's new album is an instant classic, writes Lloyd Gedye.

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