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Stream: s / s / s – “Museum Day”

"Museum Day" is a fascinating epic from newly announced supergroup s / s / s, consisting of Sufjan Stevens, Son Lux and Serengeti. The initial vocals seem suitable for ambient synth-pop, with the type of stretching distortion t...
 
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The Roots “Cover” Sufjan

The Roots are certainly kinder to Sufjan Stevens than to Michele Bachmann, who they welcomed on Fallon with a cover of Fishbone’s “Lyin’ Ass Bitch” (to her obliviousness). Watch here, starting at 22:00, ...

 
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Balthazar B & The Beatitudes

Balthazar B & The Beatitudes are an eclectic collective of musicians. The former name is a moniker for the Parisian artist Balthazar B. His collaborators, the Beatitudes, rotate between doctors, philosophers, and religious ...
 
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The Soil & the Sun – Wake Up, Child (2011)

The recent trends in psychedelia gravitate more toward the sprawling trebly end of things, beds of sound instead of pointed guitar attacks. This can sometimes lead to an almost complete lack of definition, a sense of sea-sickne...

 
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Obscure Sound: Best of October 2010

It is getting to that point where serious consideration for the year-end feature must be done. This year’s top 20 or so is relatively easy for me to make; there are so many quality albums that could fit. It is the actual ...
 
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Ben Talmi for Dreamers

Ben Talmi wants to fuck with your ears. He does not want you to know that his instrument collection is limited, or that his recordings rarely extend beyond his bedroom. In an age where popular music is bursting with superfluous...

 
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Sufjan Stevens – The Age of Adz (2010)

Abandoning his overly-tenacious "50 States Project", and going through some rather public digression away from the idea of an “album” or “song”, Sufjan Stevens has put together the monstrous, the epic, the grandiose The Age of ...