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Sufjan Stevens's holiday-themed EP box set Silver & Gold: Songs For Christmas comes out today, and he's already made two very, very different videos for songs from the EP: The splattery satire of…   Read Story »
Sufjan Stevens has already released one video from his forthcoming EP box Silver & Gold: Songs For Christmas: The amazing claymation gorefest "Mr. Frosty Man." Today, we get another one, and it's…   Read Story »
Hey, America! It's pretty OK sometimes! After about a year of constant political nail-biting, after daily visits to FiveThirtyEight became the only calming ritual keeping us in touch with our sanity,…   Read Story »
Nice job this week, video directors! There were definitely too many good videos this week. I don't know how I didn't manage to find room for the A Place To Bury Strangers video where toys melt and…   Read Story »
Next week, Sufjan Stevens drops his Christmas-music EP box set Silver & Gold: Songs For Christmas. And even though his seasonal slopfest "Mr. Frosty Man" isn't the best Christmas song you're ever…   Read Story »
Next month, Sufjan Stevens will release Silver & Gold: Songs For Christmas, another massive box set of Christmas-music EPs that seems like a joke but probably actually isn't. We've already heard his…   Read Story »
It's been rumored for a minute, but Sufjan Stevens has now officially announced that he'll release another of his gargantuan Christmas music box sets next month. This one is called Silver & Gold:…   Read Story »
Field Report is Chris Porterfield, Justin Vernon's former bandmate in DeYarmond Edison, and he's also the latest guest on the A.V. Club's Undercover video series, in which bands cover songs that they…   Read Story »
As Pitchfork reports, Sufjan Stevens has contributed music to the ballet Year Of The Rabbit. The ballet, which Justin Peck choreographed, will debut 10/5 at New York's Lincoln Center. And now Yoonha…   Read Story »
Lately, Sufjan Stevens has been playing a series of Planetarium concerts with composer Nico Muhly and the National's Bryce Dessner, the three of them playing compositions inspired by the planets of…   Read Story »