RHYTHM & SOUL
The Brooklyn-based indie-folk bard Sufjan Stevens goes emo-electronic on The Age of Adz, his appealingly nutso new one, and reports from the road indicate that Stevens and his 10-piece live band are sticking to the album's beatwise vibe onstage. Adz climaxes with the nearly-30-minute "Impossible Soul," but there's a good chance that tune might go on even longer at the Beacon, as these two hometown shows mark the final dates of Stevens's North American tour. (You know how last-call-romantic musicians can get.) With fellow Asthmatic Kitty homie DM Stith, who's also playing as a member of Stevens's backing troupe. T
Sun., Nov. 14, 7 p.m.; Mon., Nov. 15, 7 p.m., 2010
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