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Judy Nelson - REDEFINE magazine Staff Writer

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Judy Nelson lives in Brooklyn, New York, where she has the luxury of walking to work and enjoying the best bagels known to humankind. Formerly a music industry publicist, Judy now works in the design industry with an array of talented clients. She has been writing about music for REDEFINE for five years, and is proud to be part of such a creative, imaginative, and constantly evolving team.

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Grizzly Bear – Shields Album Review

Grizzly Bear Shields Warp Records With the release of Shields this past week, the transformation of Grizzly Bear from an indie band into a full-fledged pop band is in its final stages. If you’ve been watching their trajectory over the past 6-7 years, you’ll know exactly what I mean. The band started with a rather...Read...
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Grimes – Visions Album Review

At first blush, Grimes’ latest full-length, Visions, may seem like a trendy dance-pop album. Go a bit deeper, and you’ll see it’s not that easy to describe. The Grimes wave was a bit slow to wash over me at first, but once it did, it engulfed completely, making me incapable of choosing anything else to...Read...
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Twin Sister – In Heaven Album Review

Long Island-based quintet Twin Sister put out two wonderfully dreamy indie pop EPs between 2008 and 2010, and then quietly retreated to the studio, leaving us hanging until this September. Their debut full-length, In Heaven, expands upon their atmospheric sound, giving them room to explore and waver between slower songs that display the beautiful voice...Read...
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Grooms – Prom Album Review (w/ Full Album Stream)

When it comes to putting a label on their particular brand of indie rock, Brooklyn-based Grooms are mystifyingly indescribable. Not because of how experimental they are, but because of how many jumps back and forth within the general realm of “rock” their music encompasses. On Prom, there are spastic Pavement-esque asides along with some more...Read...
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