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Sufjan Stevens (US)

Sufjan Stevens (pronounced "SOOF-yahn"; born July 1, 1975) is an American musician, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist from Petoskey, Michigan. He is known for his lyrically focused and instrumentally rich songs that often relate to faith and family. He has enjoyed wide critical success in the United States. He is considered part of the folk revival through indie pop, but his influences are very broad, including experimental electronic music, the jazz of Vince Guaraldi, and the academic minimalism of Steve Reich and Philip Glass.

Though Stevens had announced plans to make an album for each of the 50 U.S. states, beginning the series with the albums 'Michigan' (2003) and Come On Feel The Illinoise!' (2005, officially named ...

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Mina Tindle (FR)

Mina Tindle is a young Parisian musician who, over the last few years, has lent her voice to a wide range of different musical projects. She has sung with The National on Boxer, with J.P. Nataf on Claire (and her own debut album) and with Toy Fight on Peplum. Gaetan Roussel invited her to sing Talking Heads songs with him on acclaimed French music television show Taratata and she worked with Sergio Dias from Os Mutantes and the Palmtree Family to recreate the rich vocal harmonies of Vinicius de Moraes and Baden Powell.

A self-confessed latecomer as a musician, she didn’t start making music until her early twenties when she moved to New York. Developing her own sound and mixing with the local scene and artists like Beirut, who’...

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