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Album Review: Sufjan Stevens ‘The Age Of Adz’

I’ve put off reviewing this album for quite a while, because it is such a huge challenge to review your favourite singer/songwriter’s new work. Especially when it is an album like this. ‘The Age Of Adz’ is such a complete departure from Sufjan’s older full-length efforts that it seems rather foreign, however this doesn’t prevent […]

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Listen To ‘The Age Of Adz’

Sufjan’s new album isn’t out until early October, but it’s already all over the internet thanks to a full, pretty high quality stream over at NPR. So definitely have a listen: it’s no old Sufjan, but I wouldn’t exactly call it bad. As always, stay tuned for a review.

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New Sufjan Album!

Only days after pulling off a great surprise in the form of his ‘All Delighted People EP’, Sufjan Stevens has announced that he will be releasing a full length, non-concept album, on October the 12th. It will be his first genuine record sine the 2005 masterpiece ‘Illinois’. The only disappointment is that the album will […]

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