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John Mulvey reviews Sufjan’s The BQE

Uncut’s John Mulvey reviews Sufjan Stevens’ The BQE:

Again and again, Stevens appears to be throwing everything at the wall and, against the odds, watching most of it stick. It’s a maximalist approach which many will probably dismiss as pretentious or over-ambitious (or, from the other side, as modern composition for indie dilettantes). From here, it sounds like bright, rich, expansive, evocative, playful and stirring music. What next, though?

More info on The BQE can be found here.

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