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thesufjanstevensmodel5000:


Why is my Susan Miller riddled w/ so many infinitives? To be or not to be a verb; that is the question. Stay active, people! Look alive! (Also, let’s ban all progressive tenses for the next ten days. See what happens.) Things are gonna change; I can feel it.

 


Yes, I believe that December is a fantastic time to bring joy and happiness and refreshed spirits to Europe by taking the ‘Surfjohn Stevens Christmas Sing-A-Long: Seasonal Affective Disorder Yuletide Disaster Pageant on Ice’ show on the road. C’mon! Let’s do it! :D 

thesufjanstevensmodel5000:

Why is my Susan Miller riddled w/ so many infinitives? To be or not to be a verb; that is the question. Stay active, people! Look alive! (Also, let’s ban all progressive tenses for the next ten days. See what happens.) Things are gonna change; I can feel it.

 

Yes, I believe that December is a fantastic time to bring joy and happiness and refreshed spirits to Europe by taking the ‘Surfjohn Stevens Christmas Sing-A-Long: Seasonal Affective Disorder Yuletide Disaster Pageant on Ice’ show on the road. C’mon! Let’s do it! :D 

Filed under christmas unicorn Sufjan Stevens is it too early?

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breakingnews:

Diamond rain falls on Jupiter and Saturn
BBC News: Jupiter and Saturn regularly experience diamond rain, scientists claim after examining new atmospheric data from the gas giants.
After falling, the diamonds are melted by the extreme heats of the planets’ cores into a liquid sea.
The findings were presented at the annual meeting of the Division for Planetary Sciences of the American Astronomical Society in Denver, Colorado.
Photo: Diamonds (Science Photo Library)

Jupiter may not be the loneliest planet for much longer

breakingnews:

Diamond rain falls on Jupiter and Saturn

BBC News: Jupiter and Saturn regularly experience diamond rain, scientists claim after examining new atmospheric data from the gas giants.

After falling, the diamonds are melted by the extreme heats of the planets’ cores into a liquid sea.

The findings were presented at the annual meeting of the Division for Planetary Sciences of the American Astronomical Society in Denver, Colorado.

Photo: Diamonds (Science Photo Library)

Jupiter may not be the loneliest planet for much longer

Filed under jupiter is the loneliest planet planetarium sufjan stevens nico muhly bryce dessner

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Denison Witmer, by Denison Witmer

Denison Witmer’s new album is now available to listen to and purchase on bandcamp. 

Sufjan has a credit for piano and vocals - not sure which track yet, as am only just listening to it now.

Really sad to be missing Denison in London, but as ever, it seems that all of the artists I ever want to see happen to do gigs on the same god damn night. :/

Filed under denison witmer sufjan stevens

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A snippet of Mercury from the last night. I really wish I would’ve taken more video, but as you can see from this short clip, there were too many heads in front of me. 

Those mirror balls were quite something.

Filed under Mercury Planetarium Sufjan Stevens

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Video of Over the Rainbow from the encore of the last night at BAM. Apologies the video is a bit all over the place, but the fuckwit couple sitting in front of me put their heads together. Thanks to flying neutrino for taking over.

Filed under Sufjan Stevens Over the Rainbow BAM