Two weeks and one day ahead of its October 12th release date, Sufjan Stevens has made his long-awaited new studio album, The Age of Adz, available for streaming on NPR.org. So whereas the acclaimed singer/songwriter might be pissed at Amazon.com for low price points, he is fond giving fans a free and early taste of his collection of new music which is described as a “explicit pop-song extravaganza, augmented by heavy orchestration, and maybe even a few danceable moments.” So get listening.
Stream: Sufjan Steven’s The Age of Adz
by Alex Young
on September 27, 2010, 10:00am
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