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    New Sufjan Stevens

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6kfPmInRLts[/ame]

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    i love sufjan. can't wait for him to release a new album. i also hope joanna newsom releases one soon too. anyway, he writes good songs. and he is hot. and pretty down to earth.

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    They Are Night Zombies!! They Are Neighbors!!...
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    Re: New Sufjan Stevens

    more new Sufjan:

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E1ZZTxIJMz0[/ame]

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    Re: New Sufjan Stevens

    another great new song:

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7j3bddVbduQ[/ame]

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    Re: New Sufjan Stevens

    Sufjan Stevens' first proper new album since 2005's Illinoise (discounting the epic The BQE score, the 21-track The Avalanche outtakes album, etc.) finds the poster boy for earnest, ambitious orchestrated folk-pop looking in new directions for inspiration, both lyrically and musically, eschewing his much-ballyhooed series of albums about U.S. states (after only two entries -- don't hold your breath, South Dakota) for far more personal, and intensely emotional subject matter, and trading in his banjo for an flashing computer console. It is a bold move for an artist whose career has been built around a series of them, and the results are startlingly satisfying. Stevens has retained much of what has always made his music intoxicating; the hooky, harmony-laden choruses, the deft, soaring orchestration, the earworm lyric turns are all here, but the sound and the mood are totally new.

    The album art, and supposedly the thematic inspiration, comes from Creole folk artist Royal Robertson, whose felt-tip nightmares tell sci-fi stories of robots and spaceships mixed with very human fear, loneliness and betrayal. But while Robertson's artwork may encompass the broad themes of The Age of Adz, line by line this is an intensely personal album, with stories that speak to love, loss, confusion, bitterness and ambition in a scary modern world. Musically, the defining sound here may be the Auto-Tuned vocals that Stevens employs for a pulsing breakdown halfway through the epic 25-minute set-closing "Impossible Soul." No, he is not trying to be T-Pain, but this flourish, used in earnest as he hisses and moans, "Stupid man, in the window, I couldn't be at rest / All my delight, all that mattered, I couldn't be at rest," sounds remarkably right in this existential crisis of a love song, as Stevens turns himself inside out. Throughout, the squiggling and squelching production evokes modern R&B as well as some of the "alternative" artists who have employed its tricks, like Radiohead, Bjork or TV on the Radio, with slippery electronics weaving in and out of tight orchestrations that can evoke Steve Reich, Curtis Mayfield or John Williams in equal parts. But at its core, this is pure Sufjan Stevens, always a challenging, genre-pushing artist who continues to blaze his own path through the once-simple jungle that is pop music today. Through and through, a great album, not to be missed

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    Re: New Sufjan Stevens

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZnycQL6UTow[/ame]

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    Re: New Sufjan Stevens

    Ah yes, major influences include: Steve Reich, Phillip Glass.

    AHAHAHHAHA

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    Re: New Sufjan Stevens

    i will marry that man. true story.

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    Re: New Sufjan Stevens

    He's very straight, trust me my gay friend was his roommate during college and tried in vain to get at him

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    Re: New Sufjan Stevens

    Sufjan Stevens — "Get Real, Get Right"

    In addition to his duties as a songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, indie polymath Sufjan Stevens tries on the Director and Animator roles for his latest video. "Get Real, Get Right" is the newest single from last year's The Age of Adz.

    http://vimeo.com/25681821

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    Sufjan Stevens, "Year of the Tiger"


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