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'I'm gonna just take my time and write music how I want to, and hopefully that provides some kind of longevity so that I can keep doing this, but do it on my own terms. And not necessarily ride the hype wave onto the hype beach and wash up.'
Sensitive indie dude-turned-dayglo prancer Sufjan Stevens played a dramatic 14-song set at the first of two shows at Prospect Park last night, as part of the annual Celebrate Brooklyn! festival. Check out some clips below.
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