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Thereafter, whenever time allowed, the two began recording songs onto 4-tracks, answering machines, micro-cassette recorders, laptops and i Phones.They recorded in cramped apartments, empty houses and tiny rehearsal spaces in Los Angeles.” with Sufjan adding his brilliant electronic and orchestral flourishes throughout, recalling highlights like the title track and “Impossible Soul”.The song builds towards a gloriously epic finale with kaleidoscopic beats, uplifting chants, and Sufjan triumphantly singing “I’m as high a rooftop now! Listen to both tracks below: Facebook Twitter Flickr Any music that is posted here is for sampling purposes only.Sufjan provides some glitchy electronic textures and backing vocals to Serengeti’s minimal beats and rapping. Much more interesting to me, though, is Sufjan’s split 7″ with frequent collaborator Rosie Thomas, . ” yesterday, and I haven’t listened to much else since.The track is re-imagining of Rosie’s folk ballad, “Where Was I?The origins of Atoms and Void can be traced back to the early-90s, when Carstens first heard Talk Talk's 'Spirit of Eden' and 'Laughing Stock'.“Ever since first hearing those albums I've wanted to do a band like this, something that has a distinct sound and vision but that is not the work of a specific group of musicians,” Carstens said in an interview with Dirty Waves, Sept. With that idea in mind, Carstens asked longtime friend Fisher to be his songwriting and production partner.
Stevens returned to his ambitious "states" project in 2005 with the epic Illinoise (extended title: Sufjan Stevens Invites You To: Come on Feel the Illinoise), which became one of the best-reviewed album of 2005, spawning accolades both regional and international.Taken as a whole, These Friends of Mine is a mixed bag, a long EP that works great when the song choice and left-of-center recording techniques meld into one, and lackluster when they do not.