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Sisyphus – Sisyphus (Review)

Written by Emma Goodwin After two years of Sufjan Stevens withdrawals, the general population has been granted with the first LP of the collaborative band, Sisyphus. Two years ago – almost exactly – the band, made up of Stevens, rapper Serngeti, and Son Lux, then called s / s / s, released their first EP, […]

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Monday Mixer

I wish I had a theme for this mixer; I really do.  Unfortunately, I’m just sitting in my dorm room completely uninspired by any greater theme or calling.  With that being said, I’ve been spinning a lot of new tracks lately.  So here they are. 1.  “Varsity” by Smith Westerns I may be the world’s […]

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Monday Mixer

Coming up this Sunday is Father’s Day, so I put together a little mixtape for my father.  However, the normal length playlist seemed insufficient, so I decided to make him a double LP, following in the footsteps of one of our mutual favorite albums, the Beatles’ white album.  Each side has a different character to […]

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Sufjan Stevens makes his long awaited return with The Age Of Adz

Going into The Age Of Adz, Sufjan Stevens’ latest LP, I had mixed feelings to say the least. This being the first full-length album of new material released by Stevens since 2005’s Come On Feel The Illinoise, aka Illinois, I was certainly excited; yet he had left himself a large pair of shoes to fill […]

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