“Collapsed in Sunbeams” is a tranquil and pure interpretation of modern alternative, R&B and pop.
So just like Lil Yachty has his Summer Songs collections, here are my Summer Songs 2(017).
Senior Cadenza editor Mark Matousek shares his picks for the best albums of 2015. Check back Monday for part two.
Orchestra wrangler. Reverent mystic. Tortured mystic. Schizo-pop auteur. Purveyor of Christmas cheer. Sufjan Stevens is many things. In the 15 years since beginning his solo career, Stevens has moved through sounds and styles with an insatiable appetite for self-transformation.
After announcing that he would not complete the Fifty States Project—a project in which Stevens stated he would release a titled album for every state in the country—Stevens went on hiatus for several years and suggested his growing disillusionment with music, only to return with the gloriously erratic “The Age of Adz.”
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