All posts by Cole Revell

Cole Revell is a former REDEFINE magazine Staff Writer.
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Bright Eyes – The People’s Key Album Review

So, Bright Eyes. It’s come to this. That The People’s Key came out somewhat overcooked in the studio cannot come as a shock to most long-time fans of Bright Eyes. Each subsequent album after Fevers And Mirrors (with the exception of I’m Wide Awake, It’s Morning) has added exponential amounts of instruments, overdubs, and cutesy...Read...
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Marnie Stern – Self-Titled Album Review

Marnie Stern’s sonic attack strategy has always been of the scorched earth variety, firing all salvos in a constant barrage of squealing guitars and yelping incantations, until the listener’s mind is thoroughly melted. While the latest album still carries its fair share of her patented machine gun shred, Marnie Stern is much more nuanced in...Read...
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Parlovr – Self-Titled Album Review

Parlovr are a three-piece out of Montreal, crafting a self-professed “stripped down, salacious and spastic” breed of indie pop. Their self-titled debut is bristling with nervous energy, somehow corralled into concentrated, three minute bursts of melody. Underneath all their shambling glory, many of the songs collected here are reminiscent of your other favorite Canadian band,...Read...
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Brenda – Silver Tower Album Review

Brenda is a three-piece (all male, naturally) pop-rock group from Portland, Maine, with a “sound firmly rooted in ’90s lo-fi and alt-pop,” according to their label. Their debut LP, Silver Tower, holds true to this assessment, though “firmly rooted” may be better stated as “inescapably entrenched.”   Brenda put their best foot forward with opener...Read...
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