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Friends Brooklyn Band Releases Debut Single March 21 via Lucky Number!

Much bravado, and more bullshit, has been spoken in the name of the like-minded ‘free spirit’ amongst the underbelly of indie-cool hopefuls in NYC’s hippest borough, Brooklyn. Putting all that aside, the nascent quintet Friends is quite probably the finest and purest embodiment of said aesthetic. The band is releasing their debut single, “Friend Crush,”...Read...
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MEN – Talk About Body Album Review

The debut LP release by MEN — JD Samson of Le Tigre’s newest project — released early this month. Known for funky DIY outfits (mouse house hats!) and topical lyrics with the goal of giving a voice to the young and the lesbian, Talk About Body opened to mixed reviews. The album is criticized primarily...Read...
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garage _ psych _ dance Non-Official SXSW Party: Press Release

For the first year ever, REDEFINE magazine — a Pacific Northwest-based independent music, art, and film blog — has decided to undertake the daunting task of throwing a show at SXSW. After partnering with influential Dallas-based mixtape blog, Clumsy & Shy, and enlisting the help of Portland, OR booker, The Petite Zarathustran, the collaborative trio employed DIY tactics and...Read...
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Laurel Halo – King Felix Album Review

Laurel Halo’s King Felix has an ambient, spacey style that’s brought down to earth with choral, hymnal vocals. Halo’s vocals are sometimes hard to decipher, but also have a straight-forward side to them. Almost all of the beats evolve as the listener travels through them, but they still offer somewhat distinguishable pop structures. “Supersymmetry” starts...Read...
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Small Black – New Chain Album Review

The chillwave genre can be hard to pin down these days, but merits discussion in this review, as Small Black is one of the genre’s most promising acts.   Heavily layered synths, excessive reverb, fuzzy overdubbed vocals, and down- to mid-tempo beats are common traits of your average chillwave act. The brilliant thing about Small...Read...
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Buke & Gass – Riposte Album Review

Buke & Gass certainly make music that is both adorably charming and unbelievably grating. Their latest album, Riposte, clocks in at just under 45-minutes, but its 14 tracks seem to go on forever in what feels like an off-the-wall, high-energy experimental pop-rock marathon. Like a mixture of Nedelle Torrisi of Cryptacize and Hayley Williams of...Read...
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