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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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Kisses – The Heart Of The Nightlife Album Review

With every one-word, disgustingly pleasant band name, like Houses or Lovers, comes a flood of inferred qualities — those of washed out Polaroid aesthetics, massive synth usage, and healthy doses of male-female vocals. It is almost too convenient, then, that the Los Angeles-based male-female duo Kisses shares all — yes, all — of those same...Read...
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Bodies in Urban Spaces

A group of Manhattan dancers led by choreographer Willi Dorner took to the streets of Manhattan to call attention to the overlooked grace of the nooks and crannies of urban environments. Check out his website for further images from his Bodies in Urban Spaces series!
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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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The Angry Orts – Self-Titled Album Review

  In 2009, The Angry Orts released their debut, The Purple Rhino Squad Versus The Blue Whale Super Heavy Assault Troops – a full-length album of raucous dance punk and indie rock. The Angry Orts (Sara Hernandez, James Puryear, Matt Hernandez and Aaron Ettlin) combined blues-based guitar riffs and hooky basslines in an effort to...Read...
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Fol Chen – “The Holograms” Music Video

Every body movement in this video is an awkward, overly-dramatized exercise in interpretive dance, which gives the most mundane of human actions an engaging, almost zombie-like quality. These movements match up perfectly with the deliciously frenzied beat of the track. Mmmmmm. From their press release: “Conceptually, the video is based on a “Stepford Wives” wasteland...Read...
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