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Sisyphus: Sisyphus

Sisyphus: Sisyphus

Josh Goller March 17, 2014 0

As evidenced by an upcoming New Jersey Supreme Court case challenging the admissibility of defendants’ rap lyrics in criminal trials, hip hop is often interpreted literally by those unfamiliar with it, and the genre

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Concert Review: Sufjan Stevens

Concert Review: Sufjan Stevens

David Harris December 13, 2012 0

(Photos: Renee Barrera) What do hipsters really want for Christmas? Do they dream of turntables, mustache wax and pork belly bánh mì? Or do visions of sugarplums dance in their heads like all other

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Sufjan Stevens: Silver & Gold: Songs for Christmas

Sufjan Stevens: Silver & Gold: Songs for Christmas

Katie Bolton November 19, 2012 0

The holiday music market is generally a softball field. Anyone can crank out a few carols—see anyone’s mother’s collection of Christmas albums for classics from Billy Squier or 98 Degrees—to make a few easy

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Five Years Later: The Best Albums of 2005!!

Five Years Later: The Best Albums of 2005!!

Spectrum Culture Staff January 5, 2011 0

Five years allows albums to mature like fine wine or be forgotten like a tasty Happy Meal. We learned this lesson last year with our Best of 2004 feature. When coming up with this

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Top 20 Albums of 2010

Top 20 Albums of 2010

Spectrum Culture Staff December 16, 2010 0

It has been a great year for music. This Top 20 list reflects the tastes of all the music writers here at Spectrum Culture. We appreciate your support this year and look forward to

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Concert Review: Sufjan Stevens

Concert Review: Sufjan Stevens

David Harris November 17, 2010 0

Sufjan Stevens’ newest record, The Age of Adz, and All Delighted People, the EP he released online a few months ago, both have been a source of contention among my friends. Most don’t like

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Sufjan Stevens: The Age of Adz

Sufjan Stevens: The Age of Adz

Eric Dennis October 12, 2010 0

Sufjan Stevens The Age of Adz Rating: 2.3/5.0 Label: Asthmatic Kitty For many artists there eventually comes an album that, by sheer virtue of how different it is from that musician’s most “representative” work,

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