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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 »
Cat Martino, the singer-songwriter and former Sufjan Stevens band member, is the latest participant in "Shaking Through," a video series that documents musicians who are presented with the challenge…   Read Story »
Last week, we posted video of Sufjan Stevens teaming up with the National's Bryce Dessner and indie-affiliated composer Nico Muhly to perform a gorgeous new song called "Venus." As it turns out, that…   Read Story »
Lately, there's been a whole lot of crossover between the worlds of indie rock and avant-classical, and three of the parties most responsible are Sufjan Stevens, the wizardly young composer Nico…   Read Story »
Recently, Sufjan Stevens teamed up with the Anticon artists Son Lux and Serengeti to form the new trio s / s / s; we've posted their song "Museum Day." Their debut album Beak & Claw is out today on…   Read Story »
For a collaborative 7" single that'll be coming out on 4/21, Record Store Day, Sufjan Stevens has teamed up with his buddy and frequent collaborator Rosie Thomas. The A-side of the single is a…   Read Story »
As previously announced, Sufjan Stevens will team up with Anticon artists Son Lux and Serengeti under the name s / s / s for an EP, Beak & Claw, that will drop later this spring. Today, they…   Read Story »
Eight years ago, it would've been tough to picture Sufjan Stevens having anything to do with Anticon, which was then an abstract and absurdist rap label, but that's happening. Sufjan has teamed up…   Read Story »
The Michigan producer Zach Saginaw, who released his EP Lineage earlier this year, has remixed Sufjan Stevens's The Age Of Adz track "Futile Devices," doubling down on the track's tingly prettiness…   Read Story »
Sactown indie favorites Sister Crayon, whose Terra Lopez was featured prominently in our Area Codes feature highlighting that particular scene, recently recorded a cover of Sufjan's "Futile Devices."…   Read Story »