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There’s a lot of ways Sufjan Stevens could have approached his concert earlier this evening at the University of Minnesota. I imagined a short set with one or two other musicians, a long middle section with just him and a guitar, and a handful of Illinois tracks near the end. Being convinced of this scenario made the actual experience pop like a balloon of joy when Stevens and four gorgeously employed musicians played through nearly every track off this year's Carrie and Lowell. [read more]
Whilst the Virginia native and G.O.O.D. Music rapper was billed as the headline act, it's safe to say that Islington's own Little Simz stole the show. [read more]
Phil Smithies spent an evening with Matthew E. White in London. [read more]
HoJun Yu spent an evening with Perfume Genius in Philadelphia. [read more]
Whatever you think of the RBMA's corporate trappings, it'd be pretty hard to deny the calibre of the events it has curated over seventeen years and across the globe, not to mention the high quality and often fringe-orientated music journalism published on its online magazine [read more]
Clumsy dance moves, a "dark story about having too much fun", the 'Late Period Grand Funk Railroad' and colours - so many colours. Yeah, it's a list of the greatest music videos from the past seven...
Runddans is due out on May 5th.
It's a little gross, a little sexy, and every bit as strange as the man himself.
This trend of pro-wrestling centered videos is pretty okay with me.
If you've got ophidiophobia (fear of snakes), you probably shouldn't watch it.
He unveiled its artwork and confirmed that it's "coming soon to stores near you."
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