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The Roots' new album undun is a concept album about a man named Redford Stephens, and as it turns out, that particular concept comes from another concept album -- a very celebrated one at that. To…   Read Story »
Tonight, as anyone who's been near a TV in the past month already knows, the much-hyped Fox singing-competition show The X Factor makes its debut. The Americanized version of the hit British show…   Read Story »
The folks at Vulture brought cameras to critically acclaimed Adz salesman Sufjan Stevens's recent dance rehearsals in preparation for his pair of upcoming, tour-concluding Prospect Park shows. What?…   Read Story »
During a trip to WNYC's Soundcheck in anticipation of his Age Of Adz shows at Prospect Park, Sufjan Stevens performed "Pleasure Principle," the final pretty bit of 25-minute Adz closer "Impossible…   Read Story »
Sufjan Stevens directed this frenetic stop-motion clip for The Age Of Adz's "Get Real Get Right," extending the album's visual aesthetic, linking to the colorful Adz live show, and offering momentary…   Read Story »
You don't often see bands releasing trailers for gigs, but Sufjan Stevens' pair of upcoming Brooklyn shows are special. On August 2 and 3, Soof and "his Astral Masters of Song and Dance" head to the…   Read Story »
Will Oldham's cover of “All The Trees Of The Field Will Clap Their Hands” appears on the Sufjan Stevens-blessed Seven Swans Reimagined. Oldham's joined by Meg Baird, Emmett Kelly, Ben Boye, Van…   Read Story »
Kaleo La Belle's 52-minute 2006 documentary Crooked River focuses on Sufjan Stevens and his brother Marzuki and their first visit to their father in Michigan in a number of years. It hasn't been…   Read Story »
This is an off-year for Sufjan's Xmas-album-release schedule, but the Dessner brothers of Bluzzbood, Ohio have helped bridge the gap this holiday season by leaking a couple of previously unheard…   Read Story »
It's the year of unlikely Sufjan Stevens moves: on Friday he made his network TV debut, performing "Too Much" for Jimmy Fallon. And today we've got a rare music video from Stevens, also for "Too…   Read Story »