“Popular Problems is a relevant album not just because of the pertinent subject matter of the songs, which take a more sophisticated look at the state of the world than say Neil Young does with his newer songs like “Mother Earth.” Cohen’s relevance is achieved through his reinvention and the hard work he obviously dedicates towards refining his art; he has no interest in political or cultural sloganeering or playing towards the obvious sensitivities of his audience. His approach to writing has continued to develop over time.” — Douglas Heselgrave, Paste Magazine (US), September 23, 2014. Click here to read the full story