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Spectral Hypnosis: Orcas, CFCF, Jogging House MP3 Streams & Downloads

SPECTRAL HYPNOSIS A recurring series, featuring mesmerizing songs for one to lose sense of time and space, mind and body. Orcas – Orcas Two Pacific Northwest musicians — electronic-minded singer-songwriter Benoit Pioulard and minimal composer Rafael Anton Irisarri (of The Sight Below) — have gotten together for the aptly-named Orcas. Their upcoming self-titled album is...Read...
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Practical Alchemy: Northside Festival 2011 Showcase Announcement & Press Release

Friday, June 17th, 2011 Doors 8:00pm, Show 8:30pm @ Shea Stadium, Brooklyn (20 Meadow St.) $12.00 All Ages FACEBOOK EVENT: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=150334218372959 Through a serendipitous string of events, Pacific Northwest-based Redefine Magazine was invited to curate an official showcase for 2011’s Northside Festival in Brooklyn, New York. This showcase will mark Redefine’s second event in the...Read...
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Ben Sollee – “Embrace” Music Video

If you didn’t know that twine being pulled in different directions or the slight bowing of cello strings could be beautiful, this video will make you think otherwise. This video is gentle like “Embrace” from Ben Sollee’s upcoming album, Inclusions; it is slow and calming, like a church hymn. Directed by David Ingram. Director of...Read...
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Sound Of Noise (2010) Film Review

Directed by Ola Simonsson and Johannes Stjärne Nilsson Sound Of Noise is labeled as a black humor and oddball action film, which it is. More than anything, though, it is a music film – one which celebrates and pays homage to experimental music, as well as avant-garde classical composers. From the hand-drawn opening credits of...Read...
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Son Lux – We Are Rising Album Review

What’s the most you’ve impressive thing you’ve ever done in a month? Ryan Lott, AKA producer/composer Son Lux, wrote, recorded and finished an entire album. 36 minutes of music, to be exact, and in the shortest month of the year. This is no small feat, but the most impressive thing about his sophomore album, We...Read...
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