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
Sufjan Stevens releases his ninth solo album, The Ascension


Sufjan Stevens

The Ascension (Asthmatic Kitty Records)

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