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Sufjan Stevens

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The Age of Adz by Sufjan Stevens with Clay (@clayjwilliams)

Rounding Down with Chid

Chid continues the airing of his twitter beefs into the month of October as we welcome one half of the Good Listeners Podcast - Clay (@clayjwilliams) to discuss Sufjan Stevens record 'The Age of Adz.'Clay weighs in on his beefs with Chid, talks about the great two 6" dicks or one 12" dick debate, and we even find some time to discuss Sufjan Stevens!Check out Clay's Podcast:Good Listeners on Apple Podcasts: https://t.co/fpsmkD7prUGood Listners Podcast on Twitter:@GoodListenerPodFollow Clay on Twitter: @clayjwilliams Follow us on Twitter: @CHIDSPIN / @SighFieri / @RoundingDown Rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts!Support the showFollow us on Twitter: @CHIDSPIN / @SighFieri / @RoundingDownRate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts!

1hr 17mins

5 Oct 2022

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Ep 102 - Sufjan Stevens "Seven Swans"

I Might Be Wrong (Music)

Time to revisit a favourite of both Henry and Rich, Sufjan Stevens, and one of his earliest albums "Seven Swans". We chat about how to compliment a dress, the perils of being a Christian singer-songwriter but not wanting to shove it in people's faces, and banjos. To listen to the music we discuss, go check out the playlist in Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2aGckZr2PsTDWhSvS0fSWp Drop us a line at: @imightbewronguk on Twitter and Facebook. Thanks to T-Toe for the intro music! Find his work at https://t-toe.bandcamp.com/


3 May 2022

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Episode 87: Carrie & Lowell by Sufjan Stevens

Listen Up Podcast

Welcome back to the Listen Up Podcast! In this episode, the boys analyze Carrie & Lowell by Sufjan Stevens released in 2015. They also welcome Ethan back to the show and discuss high school english classes! If you want to connect with the podcast, you can find it at: Twitter: @ListUpPodcast Instagram: @listenuppod If you'd like to support the show, you can find our merch at: interestpointproductions.com If you want to connect with the boys individually, you can find them at: Nick - @nick_529 (Twitter & IG) Jordan - @jordanwm_ (Twitter & IG) Jamie - @JamieBeamguard (Twitter & IG)

1hr 13mins

13 Mar 2022

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Episode 41. I Gotcha by Joe Tex and Sufjan Stevens with Should have known. Independent artist is Matt Wilso with Woah.

Just Hit Play

Independent artist: Matt Wilso - Woah.Youtube: www.youtube.com/watch?v=IpD8Vw0QdHkInstagram: www.instagram.com/wilsofriend/TikTok:  www.tiktok.com/@mattwilsoTheme song: by Braden Mutch www.instagram.com/braden_mutch/www.facebook.com/bradenmutchmusicJust Hit Play playlistsSpotify playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4BWn1zZb6nMgWTcDb6oACdAmazon music playlist: music.amazon.com.au/user-playlists/042b09105bba4cba9c7e1e68e97b549ea0u0?ref=dm_sh_6GpilHGYnF4IQXe9x1ZBJ388RInstagram:  www.instagram.com/justhitplaypodcast/Facebook: www.facebook.com/JusthitplaypodcastEmail: justhitplay7300@gmail.com


6 Mar 2022

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61. (NOTE: GRAPHIC CONTENT) Sean Inderbitzen Discusses Sufjan Stevens, Illinois

You, Me and An Album

NOTES: This episode includes some discussion of graphic and disturbing lyrics during the section on the track, “John Wayne Gacy, Jr.,” beginning at the 9:47 mark.Also, there were some issues with audio quality on this episode. I apologize for the quality in some spots and hope you can bear with them (I think you’ll find it’s worth it!).Behavioral health therapist Sean Inderbitzen joins Al for this episode, as he introduces him to Sufjan Stevens’ critically-acclaimed 2005 album, Illinois. Sean discusses why he chose this album and how he came to love it. Sean also delves into how he sees the album’s songs as a reflection of the times they were created in and the more timeless meaning that they hold for him.1:32 Sean joins the show1:44 Al explains how he and Sean know each other3:28 Al consciously avoided listening to Sufjan Stevens’ work4:21 It took Sean several years to appreciate Sufjan’s work6:12 “Chicago” was the gateway for Sean “getting” this album9:47 Sean is fascinated by “John Wayne Gacy, Jr.” (WARNING: Includes discussion of graphic and disturbing lyrics)14:50 Sean and Al have a hard time finding something to compare Illinois to18:59 The intensity of Illinois reflects the time in which it was made22:09 Sean reflects more on the message of “John Wayne Gacy, Jr.”Reactions to additional tracks24:00 Casimir Pulaski Day26:21 Concerning the UFO Sighting near Highland, Illinois30:22 A Short Reprise for Mary Todd, Who Went Insane, but for Very Good Reasons32:34 Prairie Fire That Wanders About33:52 Casimir Pulaski Day (again)34:55 The Predatory Wasp of the Palisades Is Out to Get Us!35:31 Chicago (again)39:48 Come On! Feel the Illinoise!46:32 Why didn’t Sean choose a Machine Gun Kelly album?48:26 Digging further into the album will require more than the usual effort for Al50:11 Sean talks about a project he’s excited about


20 Feb 2022

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Episode 36: Sufjan Stevens

The Musician's Musician Podcast

Parker and Max explore the undefinable Sufjan Stevens.ContactEmail: themusiciansmusicianpodcast@gmail.comTwitter: @tmmpod_Instagram: @tmmpodFacebook: The Musician’s Musician Podcast @tmmpodWebsite: www.tmmpod.comSupport the show


18 Feb 2022

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384. Charm of Finches on Sufjan Stevens 'Carrie and Lowell' (2015)

My Favorite Album with Jeremy Dylan

My guests today are acclaimed Melbourne folk sister duo Charm of Finches. Mabel and Ivy talk about Sufjan Stevens’ seminal 2015 album ‘Carrie and Lowell’, how Sufjan processed the loss of his estranged mother through the songs, the intimacy of the record and how it contrasts with many of his other more elaborate albums, how to let yourself write from a vulnerable place, trusting a producer to shepherd those songs, whether writing about grief is actually cathartic, what it was like to see Sufjan live and their favorite songs on the record.


10 Feb 2022

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52 - Sufjan Stevens: Illinois

Rock Of Ages

My friend Jamie guest appears in the second installment of Romi half-month, where we look at the near universally acclaimed indie/folk concept album that was meant to be a part of a 50 part saga about the 50 states. Sufjan Stevens’ “Illinois”!


23 Jan 2022

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Suf-Yawn or Suf-Jan? (Sufjan Stevens)

Music She Missed

This episode has EVERYTHING Questions about STATES - Questions about LOUDNESS Bizarre misconceptions  Stories about rendesvouses in New York - Stories about divine car stereo inspiration The word twee! It's real good! We hope you'll enjoy it as much as guest host Nathan enjoys eccentric musical virtuoso Sufjan Stevens! Connect with us! Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/musicshemissed Spotify:user:music she missed Music:  “Jump for Joy” by Scott Holmeshttp://www.freemusicarchive.org/music/Scott_Holmes/ http://www.facebook.com/ScottHolmesMusic Cover Art provided by Merry Little Doodlehttps://www.etsy.com/shop/MerryLittleDoodle

1hr 1min

19 Jan 2022

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All of us wants all of Sufjan Stevens – 'Carrie & Lowell' with Jared Richards

Aural Fixation

This fortnight, we're joined by Jared Richards,  a cultural critic living on Gadigal land, and writer for NME, The Guardian, The Big Issue, Sissy Screens and more. Last year, Jared wrote a beautiful article on the evolution of Sufjan Stevens that caught our queer eye, so we welcomed him into the studio (pre-second Sydney lockdown) to unpack the mystery and intrigue surrounding a long-awaited Aural Fixation topic. We talk grief and catharsis (or lack there of), Lady Gaga's aunt, and the romance wank of Call Me By Your Name. It's all queer.Visit our online home at auralfixationpodcast.com, follow us on Instagram and Twitter, or go old school and email us at auralfixationpodcast@gmail.com. You can follow Andy on @andrewdoyouthinkyouare, Drew on @with.all.drew.respect, and Jared on @jrdjms. And don't forget to check out this episode's playlist.Our big gay thanks to Anthony Garvin and the team at Forbes Street Studios in Sydney.  Finally, we would like to acknowledge the Gadigal of the Eora Nation, the traditional custodians of the land this podcast episode was recorded on, and we pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.


15 Jul 2021