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Before Michigan, Sufjan Stevens was a footnote within a curiosity. In 2003, the Michigan-raised Brooklyn transplant was best known as part of the entourage surrounding Daniel Smith’s off-kilter…   Read Story »
The National's sixth full-length album, Trouble Will Find Me, is due out on May 21st via 4AD. It's their first album since 2010's High Violet. Drummer Bryan Devendorf recently spoke to Gothamist…   Read Story »
On his Tumblr, Sufjan Stevens shared an unfinished song; apparently, he'd forgotten that it existed. To hear Sufjan tell it, he found "Give A Little Love" on an old hard drive, and thinks it may have…   Read Story »
From Sufjan's very own Tumblr site (aka sufjan.com) comes news of the estimable Mr. Stevens's first post-Xmas project of the new year: Turning over the keys to "Redford (For Yia-Yia & Pappou)" to the…   Read Story »
"Which One Are You?" is a leftover from Sufjan Stevens's 2009 multimedia project the BQE. The track was not originally included on the project due to legal issues. According to Sufjan, he "could not…   Read Story »
Oh boy. Oh jeez. We can do this, everybody. We can get through this. The fact is this: Sufjan Stevens has just released a mixtape. Of rap songs. About Christmas. It's called Chopped & Scrooged. It…   Read Story »
Sufjan Stevens delighted fans in Athens, Georgia Monday night when his "Surfjohn Stevens Christmas Sing-A-Long" came to town bringing yuletide cheer, inflatable unicorns, a cappella hymns, and his…   Read Story »
Sufjan Stevens has already given us some freaky videos for songs from his new Silver & Gold: Songs For Christmas EP box set, but the newest, for his way-out version of "Joy To The World" may be the…   Read Story »
Sufjan channels his inner Paul Rudd for this suggestive Silver & Gold infomercial, a riff on the Time Life infomercials of yore. It's the first of a series of seven (including a Between Two Ferns…   Read Story »
I don't know if it's a seasonal affective disorder thing or what, but this is the week when almost all the really good videos got all dark and twisty and Lynchian and strange. Other than the Best…   Read Story »