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Sufjan Stevens has been busy with his Sisyphus side project but he's once again teamed up with choreographer Justin Peck to score a new ballet. They've previously worked together on Year Of The…   Read Story »
Sufjan Stevens helped to make a song called "Booty Call," and now he's acting like someone who helped make a song called "Booty Call." Earlier this month, Sufjan's side-project trio Sisyphus, which…   Read Story »
For the first few years of the new millennium, indie-rock's ever-shifting center of gravity was always getting louder and more aggressive. Post-Radiohead morbidity, post-Pavement slackerdom, and…   Read Story »
Sufjan Stevens has been known to help out the National in the studio (he's appeared on all their albums since 2007's Boxer) and on stage (he guested on a killer live version of "Afraid Of Everyone"…   Read Story »
When we first heard s / s / s two years ago, it seemed like a goofy one-off. But against all expectations, Sufjan Steves, Son Lux, and Serengeti have decided (with the improved new name of Sisyphus)…   Read Story »
Sisyphus (formerly known as s / s / s) is the unlikely trio of Sufjan Stevens, Son Lux, and Serengeti, and after releasing the Beak & Claw EP a couple of years ago, they'll give us their self-titled…   Read Story »
The line between music video and lyric video has blurred to the point that "Alcohol," our second taste from the upcoming self-titled album by the Sufjan/Son Lux/Serengeti trio Sisyphus (fka s / s /…   Read Story »
A few years ago we heard about This Is How We Walk On The Moon, a crowdfunded Arthur Russell tribute from the Red Hot Organization. Robyn, Laurel Halo, Hot Chip, Washed Out, and Twin Shadow were all…   Read Story »
Almost two years ago we heard about the formation of s / s / s, a band featuring Sufjan Stevens, Son Lux, and Serengeti. The trio released an EP called Beak & Claw then disappeared. In the meantime,…   Read Story »
Son Lux's Lanterns begins with a flurry of orchestral trills and an impossibly precious celestial chorale, all of which gives way to a doe-eyed tenor trembling over sparse, moody tones. It would…   Read Story »