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Sufjan Stevens and Kid Millions playing collaborative show with members of Mouse on Mars and Beirut in Brooklyn

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Jan St. Werner (Mouse On Mars), Sufjan Stevens, Kid Millions (Oneida, Man Forever) and Ben Lanz (Beirut, The National) have collaborated with each other, but never all four at the same time. That changes on February 18 at National Sawdust in Brooklyn for a special performance they’re calling DISRUPT. Tickets are on sale and here’s the lowdown:

DISRUPT (series) at National Sawdust is about artist + audience taking risk, causing reactions, triggering emotion, and finding the present together. The first show of the series will feature a collaboration of Jan St. Werner, Sufjan Stevens, Kid Millions and Benjamin Lanz with special guests.
This quartet, along with some special guests, will enjoy improvised moments of togetherness, communicating devices, turning knobs, mashing buttons, stomping boxes and dragging horns around a skyscrapered room.

Sufjan Stevens will also appear at the 2017 Tibet House benefit at Carnegie Hall with Iggy Pop, Alabama Shakes, members of New Order, Patti Smith and more.

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