Friday, June 17th, 2011 Doors 8:00pm, Show 8:30pm @ Shea Stadium, Brooklyn (20 Meadow St.) $12.00 All AgesRED 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...

REDEFINE will be collaborating with Pilot Books: December 11th, 2010 2:00pm to 6:00pm Pioneer Place Mall: Place Gallery Portland, Oregon REDEFINE magazine and Pilot Books are teaming up to bring you an afternoon of literary readings, music, and a pop-up book shop just in time for the holidays. Come hang...

The first two tracks off The Harvey Girls' new album, I've Been Watching A Lot Of Horror Movies Lately, exemplify what the band does best. A horde of subtle manipulations, unusual samples, and simplistic looped guitar lines greet the listener as the folksy vocals of Hiram Lucke drone on like mantras. The husband-wife duo know how to take successful baseline ideas -- like ridiculously ingraining acoustic guitar concepts or fax-like synths -- and base entire songs around them, using ever-so-slight production embellishments to keep the listener's ears occupied.

 

This video is like a modern take on Oregon Trail or something, complete with frame-by-frame side-scrolling! A fantastic video for "The Body Without Any Eyes", off of the husband-wife duo's album, I've Been Watching A Lot Of Horror Movies (out today) on Circle Into Square. ...

Just sharing some jolly good locally-grown experimental psych-pop with you, courtesy of Big Spider's Back and director Karla Santos. The video for "Warped" captures psychedelic pop in its essence, really, with radiant colors swirling in and out of consciousness, melding with shapes and figures reminiscent...