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Gig Review: Sufjan Stevens @ The State Theatre, 31st January

“Hello, my name is Sufjan Stevens and I will be your entertainment for the night.”

I can safely say that I enjoyed this show just as much as the Opera House show, and that it was yet another simply magical and flawless set that left the entire crowd in awe of what we had witnessed and in little doubt that we had just seen one of the best musicians in the world.

It was so amazing and so special that even attempting to review it feels a little like trying to describe the indescribable. But here goes.

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Gig Review: Sufjan Stevens @ The Sydney Opera House, 28th January

“It’s a long life, only one last chance. Couldn’t get much better, do you wanna dance?”

Sufjan Stevens is basically my favourite person in the world, and I travelled up to Sydney from Melbourne for the sole purpose of seeing him play at the Opera House. Naturally, I thought this show was pretty much the best thing ever. It has already gone down as one of my favourite shows of all time and was among the best two hours of my life, completely justifying the trip up to Sydney and then some.

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Album Review: Sufjan Stevens ‘All Delighted People EP’

The reason I haven’t posted in the last few days is that I have been so busy listening to this EP. It is seriously incredible, and has to go down as the most wonderful music surprise of the year.

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A New (Proper) Sufjan Stevens EP

Finally, Sufjan Stevens has released a new non-instrumental EP. Entitled ‘All Delighted People’, the digital EP (although it’s nearly an hour long) is available to download for $5 via Sufjan’s Bancamp page. I haven’t had a chance to listen to it yet, but at the very least it means that Sufjan is still making music, […]

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