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Music Review:?Sisyphus, ‘Sisyphus’

April 3, 2014
By DERON JOHNSON - Sun-Gazette Correspondent , Williamsport Sun-Gazette

"Sisyphus" is the self-titled debut from the group formerly known as S/S/S, a collaboration between singer-songwriter Sufjan Stevens, producer Son Lux, and rapper Serengeti. The album was commissioned by the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis to accompany the opening of a new exhibition by visual artist Jim Hodges. Although they worked independently, Sisyphus took a trip to Hodges' studio and referred to his work throughout the recording process, and it's a Hodges piece displayed on the front of the record. The band chose the cover because it screams disco and party, feelings they wanted to cultivate throughout the record.



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