“Power/Less,” released on April 15, is the latest release from a Rockland artist who records under the name Deep Gold. The EP has five songs on it, including a cover of Leonard Cohen’s most famous tune, “Hallelujah.” The song has been covered countless times, but this is among the most unusual versions out there, with dance beats, female backing vocals and an electronica vibe coursing through it. Deep Gold’s sandpaper vocals, a la Tom Waits, further elevate the tune.

Deep Gold’s debut release was a self-titled one in 2018.

Here’s “Hallelujah”:

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