New Mix: Kamasi Washington, Hot Chip & Sufjan Stevens By Ryan LaCroix & Matt Carney • May 12, 2015 ShareTweetEmail View Slideshow 1 of 3 Kamasi Washington View Slideshow 2 of 3 Hot Chip View Slideshow 3 of 3 Sufjan Stevens This is Sample Size, our weekly new music feature with KOSU's Ryan LaCroix and LOOKatOKC pop music columnist Matt Carney. Today, we hear the epic jazz output of Kamasi Washington, the glitchy electronic rock of Hot Chip, and a review of a thrilling live show by Sufjan Stevens. Listen Listening... / 26:23 This is a web-only version of this segment. Please advise that full versions of these songs may contain mature or explicit language. Follow Matt & Ryan on Twitter at @OKmattcarney and @KOSUryan. Tags: Kamasi WashingtonHot ChipSufjan StevensShareTweetEmail Related Content All Songs At 15: On Hearing Sufjan Stevens For The First Time By Robin Hilton • Jan 29, 2015 Kamasi Washington's 3-Hour Jazz 'Epic,' Complete With Creation Myth By editor • May 10, 2015 When Kamasi Washington called his new album The Epic, he meant it. His band has two drummers, two bass players, both piano and keyboards. There are three horns and two lead vocals. There's a 20-piece choir and a 32-piece string section.