Saturday, July 30, 2011

A lazy summer Saturday.


Long regarded as the spark of the new folk revival, Sufjan Stevens is an artist to be held in high respects. Hailing from a dreary lonely place called Detroit, Michigan, he writes acoustic songs and often adds electronic beats over them. Ending in a harmonic indie folk albums adhering to themes of the Bible and real life tragedies. Just listen to a rare track by him, and you'll hear the magic of a man at one with his guitar.


19 comments:

  1. On the strength of this post alone (excellent song, by the way), you've made a new companion out of me.

    /Followed

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  2. I'm enjoying my lazy saturday :D

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  3. Really laid back song. I like it.

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  4. I work at a college radio station and we play his stuff all the time.

    Good artist.

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  5. Killer stuff. It's on the UCSC radio a lot.

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  6. this is awesome very calm music, i love it :) thanks for the music

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  7. I wish music like this could be played at the radio stations of my country. Then again, all we have is rap most of the time. While rap is not that bad, is not my cup of tea.
    I will be following you, keep looking for more music like this. Loved it.

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  8. Loving the music man.

    +1 follower

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  9. Awesome song - from someone who is into very hard and trance type music.

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  10. Not bad, but not totally my style

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  11. Just discovered your blog but I'm loving it, and also my saturday!

    You have a new follower sir!

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  12. Been to Detroit, it is dreary - like the song

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