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s / s / s - "Museum Day"

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    From the forthcoming Beak & Claw EP by s / s / s (Serengeti, Sufjan Stevens, and Son Lux)

    Released by: anticon.
    Release/catalogue number: abr0119
    Release date: Mar 20, 2012

    Anticon - http://www.facebook.com/anticonrecords
    Serengeti - http://www.facebook.com/pages/serengeti/131338163571910
    Sufjan Stevens - http://music.sufjan.com/
    Son Lux - http://sonlux.tumblr.com/

    Released by: anticon.
    Release/catalogue number: abr0119
    Release date: Mar 20, 2012

    63 Comments

    55 timed comments and 8 regular comments

    • Chester Grooves
      Chester Grooves at 0.07 on November 30, 2013 21:34

      I dig the auto tune, brus. F these other past dwellers.

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    • Empire Sunday
      Empire Sunday at 0.23 on September 11, 2013 20:28

      think of who's involved in this composition; everything has a creative purpose, including the autotune. get over yourselves and enjoy the song for what it's made to be!

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    • Jelto von Schuckmann
      Jelto von Schuckmann at 0.28 on November 28, 2012 14:33

      hate this effect on the voice - too bad

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    • Jake Nikolas
      Jake Nikolas at 4.32 on October 13, 2012 04:06

      Look, we all know Sufy doesn't use autotune to correct his pitch. He uses it as a vocal effect. No one goes around saying "It's a shame he uses reverb" or "This would be so good if he didn't overdub his tracks"

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    • Victoriann Raymond 1
      Victoriann Raymond 1 at 0.58 on September 29, 2012 18:37

      this is the worst music sufjan stevens ever made

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    • //Foster
      //Foster at 5.01 on April 19, 2012 14:51

      @Fuzzwerks: i love discussions like these! lol I respect both Kanye and Sufjan for their music. Yes, Sufjan is way more gifted when it comes to instrumentation and singing, but Kanye has worked with people like Jon Brion on Late Registration and Bon Iver on MBDTF to create a great experience that's all his vision. Heck, I'd love to see a Sufjan X Kanye collab lol

    • moeticgette
      moeticgette at 4.38 on April 02, 2012 18:00

      Amazing... What an unstoppable trio. So glad this is a reality!! I gotta get the album now.

    • Fuzzwerks
      Fuzzwerks at 5.01 on April 02, 2012 17:37

      @phil_young: There have been Katy Perrys and Justin Biebers in every single decade - they have not "destroyed" anything. I promise you that Sufjan could be a LOT more well known, but the choices he makes (not working with big-name acts, not releasing on huge labels to get big airplay) are conscious ones he makes based on what he wants to do. This isn't a case of "shitty pop artists get all the attention so great talent can't shine through" - Sufjan and Kanye are working in different genres with different agendas and different convictions about what they want to do. Being mainstream popular has NOTHING to do with how good you are at composing in a classical sense, or how good you are at playing your instrument, or how amazing of a singer you are, or how genuinely artistic and boundary-pushing your work is - at most it requires a little bit of a few of those things. Nobody intelligent is lauding Katy Perry as "brilliant". Pop music has never had too much "brilliance" in it. I promise you Sufjan and anticon-member Why? are not staying up at night wishing they could get their music video on MTV or be #1 on the charts. I'm pretty sick of this "all the great artists go unrecognized and talentless hacks are the ones that get famous" narrative because people have been saying that for decades and it's naive, antagonistic, and reductive to the extreme. I doubt anybody in Sufjan's industry position actually believes it.

    • Fuzzwerks
      Fuzzwerks at 5.01 on March 30, 2012 20:10

      @phil_young: But Kanye West is a GREAT producer! He has great skills, probably understands a LOT more about music theory than you realize, and almost definitely inspired the intro to the track you're commenting on. He just works in a musical style - hip-hop - that you aren't used to, and that you have biases against. You're writing off entire genres of music because you don't think they have "musical knowledge", but I promise if you look into dubstep producers (even bro-step Skrillex-style shit) you will realize that even if they produce trite music in genres that you can't relate to, a LOT of them (at least the semi-successful not-just-starting-out type) know what they're talking about. You ever read a Skrillex interview? Hate him for his music, but he is a smart man. He talks a lot about Burial and Aphex Twin, he has a huge respect for his genre, I can promise he can write you a cute indie-pop love song if he tried, and he does all this even while bastardizing electronic music in popular opinion. The "producers" you're talking about are mostly the type with three tracks on Soundcloud and nothing else. They aren't some popular music majority threatening to destroy musical techniques and structures out of ignorance.

    • Mykus (Official)
      Mykus (Official) at 1.44 on March 30, 2012 13:46

      This is awesome, where have i been?

    • Fuzzwerks
      Fuzzwerks at 5.01 on March 25, 2012 22:32

      @phil_young: I agree, but it's really not fair to stereotype electronic music as just people who know how to use computers and synthesizers - even artists who work purely in electronic contexts often know a lot more about composition and songwriting than you might think - many (or most) got into electronic music from playing and writing in other styles. That being said, I'm also a sucker for electronic + acoustic type stuff, and this track (and Sufjan's electronic tracks) are absolutely beautiful in that regard

    • Fuzzwerks
      Fuzzwerks at 1.23 on March 25, 2012 00:24

      This track is outrageous, I love it.

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      ColinSims at 3.25 on March 20, 2012 19:17

      @cmntmstr: Great.While I don't like Vox,it comes off well .A prog rock feel to it.Go for it Lads

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    • casey-clemmons
      casey-clemmons on March 15, 2012 16:28

      Could have done without the autotune in the intro. Otherwise, a great example of the FUTURE!

    • Hideto
      Hideto at 0.41 on March 13, 2012 14:37

      So good effect !! Good rapin'

    • Carlos Carrero de Lara
      Carlos Carrero de Lara at 3.37 on March 13, 2012 11:36

      qué raro suena a la luz del día

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      GΛLΛTIC RΛPTØR at 0.31 on March 09, 2012 22:31

      Fantastic, love the collaboration :)

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      n3u3S! at 2.24 on March 09, 2012 10:26

      just what i needed to hear. amazing work

    • bigblue9
      bigblue9 on March 09, 2012 04:52

      I think this is just a really good joke

    • a s t r o
      a s t r o at 1.54 on March 09, 2012 04:51

      @AndуB: ok....check out your mixes? No thanks. Add my comment? spammers f*^k off. Follow you? Not in your wildest dreams

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