Monday October 26, 2020

Album reviews: Sufjan Stevens, Jónsi, Public Enemy

The US songwriter offers a pale reflection of former glory, an Icelandic legend answers our prayers, and the rap veterans pump up the heat

27th September, 2020
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Sufjan Stevens releases his ninth solo album, The Ascension

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Sufjan Stevens

The Ascension (Asthmatic Kitty Records)

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