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Stockholm’s Karin and Olof Dreijer are the Grammy-winning brother-sister pop duo who record as The Knife. A stark collision of boxy ’80s electro-pop and flinty modernist vocals, Deep Cuts is a fetching item, with a creeping sense of arty unease lurking beneath its not-quite-techno surface. Bj

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