All posts by Elizabeth Perry

Elizabeth Perry is a writer originally from Hastings-on-Hudson, New York who earned her BA in English from Vassar College. Her interests include arts journalism, nonfiction, poetry, and prose, as well as music, art, and philosophy. Her writing has appeared in The 22 Magazine, The Paper Shell Review, and several local literary magazines.
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Lulacruza Band Interview: Esperando el Tsunami Visual Album & Documentary (Bilingual English-Spanish Feature)

"I think what ended up happening with the film is not so much about us as it is about listening through us. Seeing the landscape through our ears... Our goal was to keep a ‘deep listening’ attitude, so that included anything we met and anyone we collaborated with. It was always kind of a state...
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Young Magic Band Interview: Melting Into The Introspection of Breathing Statues

“We were... thinking about the ‘undifferentiated unconscious’ – something which manifests itself in any work and gives you this overwhelming sensation of eternal space being reconstituted. This quality, however you want to describe it, is something we’re very much attracted to and something that appears ubiquitously in the natural world.” - Melati Melay, Young Magic
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Shine 2009 – Our Nation Album Review (Cascine / Modular)

Shine 2009′s sophomore LP, Our Nation, is hard to pin down. Through sampling, instrumentation, and lyrics, Mikko Pykäri and Sami Suova, the Finnish duo behind the album, manage to simultaneously evoke spacey lightness and earthly percussiveness, welcomed nostalgia and contemporary immediacy. The effect is strange but infectious. While assimilating us, for example, to the band’s...
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Tezeo – No One Album Review

As soon as you hear the crisp, resonant guitar plucking that begins No One‘s opening track, “Charisma”, you know you’re in for an eclectic mix of influences and sounds. As Tezeo’s self-titled LP continues, bass-heavy dance beats, excitable synths, and divergent electronic sounds join pure, hollow indie pop vocals and ambient psychedelic layers. The result...
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