Sufjan Stevens is a bawse.
Maybe not quite as trying as rolling a boulder up a hill — but it comes close.
New Order, Iggy Pop, Patti Smith, Philip Glass, Sufjan Stevens, and The National come together.
An exciting collaboration from the Tibet House Benefit Concert.
The multi-faceted collaborative album arrives a few weeks early.
The latest off their self-titled debut.
Stevens teams up with Chicago emcee Serengeti and New York composer Son Lux.
The trio team up yet again for a new LP.
From box sets and films to the wacky and practical.
Recorded back in 1998.
Another one unearthed from his hard drive.
Thus begins the reign of Snoopzilla.
Another treasure from the depths of his harddrive.
It’s an exercise in grammar.
…in the Great Lakes State.
Along with members of The Mars Volta, Castanets, and Cryptacize.
Plus, watch performance footage of three songs.
You know — because it’s Casimir Pulaski Day.
A recently discovered outtake from the All Delighted People EP.
Ranked for your pleasure.
His musical ode to the Brooklyn interstate.
The music industry got even more asinine in 2012.
Featuring Das Racist, Busdriver, and Kitty Pryde.
Also, audio reviews of Bad Brains, Deftones, and Sufjan Stevens.
Check out 30 minutes worth of fan footage from last night.
All hail the psychedelic nutcracker!
This collection of Christmas music from 2006 to 2012 reflects Stevens’ career path over that time.
Deck the halls with gold comedic tinsel.
“A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men.” -Willy Wonka…
Plus, watch the spooky video for “I’ll Be Home For Christmas”.
Plus, preview three more tracks from his new Christmas compilation.
For those who celebrated Jesus’ birth on beaches.
Plus, hear his rendition of “Angels We Have Heard On High”.
M83! The Black Keys! Action Bronson!
This bloody zombie apocalypse is not for the kids.
Once you get the words, it’s quite easy to sing.