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The use of the keyword “dance” on REDEFINE will encompass dance’s role in music, video, and performance.

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Saigon Electric (2011) Film Review

When director Stephane Gauger prefaced Saigon Electric by requesting that the audience not take it too seriously, I had to wonder what kind of journey I was in for. Turns out, a fairly unpleasant one. This film foray into Vietnamese breakdancing and hip-hop culture serves as a reminder that: 1) Not every film in a...Read...
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Stripmall Architecture – Feathersongs For Factory Girls, Part Two Album Review

On Feathersongs For Factory Girls, Part Two, San Francisco’s Stripmall Architecture create a sonic space that is a bit disorienting. Rebecca Coseboom’s vocals swirl like a cloud of smoke while electro beats, violins, and cello induce chills. The songs carry a strong volatile sensation similar to that of a treacherous nightmare, but one that a...Read...
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Is Tropical – “The Greeks” Music Video

Is Tropical blends old school cartoon and video game with real life in this video where boys will be boys. The headshots are okay because it’s animated violence, kids, and fake chemistry sets with briefcases full of money and boxes labeled with “drogue” are just fine, too! All in all, an extremely playful video with...Read...
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Hospital Ships – “Reprise” Music Video

This video shows kids shuckin’ and jivin’ before the conventions of the world start holdin’ ’em down. Ah, such lovely, humorous purity. It’s almost weirdly poetic set next to this music… who the heck thought of this? From Lonely Twin, out June 7th on Graveface Records.
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Project Jenny, Project Jan – “Lucky Me” Music Video

Oceans of watery paint swirl and marble in this video collaboration between laptop band Project Jenny, Project Jan, and Turkish artist Hikmet Barutçugil. The style of painting used in the video is called ebrû, or “marbling”, and involves paint floating upon a watery surface, manipulated by special instruments. The resulting images are reminiscent of any...Read...
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WhoMadeWho – “Every Minute Alone” Music Video

In their new video for “Every Minute Alone,” Danish electropop trio WhoMadeWho explore real human sadness, through montages of what was always a childhood taboo — men crying. Crying while building IKEA furniture, crying while dropping groceries, crying when burning clothing, crying, crying, everywhere, and everywhere lonely! This is Nordic black comedy standard, but in...Read...
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Mogwai, Errors Live Show Review

Tickets for the Mogwai show went on sale absurdly early, at least four months or so before the concert rolled around. On the night of the show, there were a few procrastinating individuals milling around the Showbox at the Market desperately looking for tickets, which was fitting considering Mogwai’s new album Hardcore Will Never Die,...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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