Soft

Charlie Moses

If you’re in the mood for something to listen to while slow dancing in a darkly lit room, look no further than Charlie Moses. Many of her songs are romantic and gentle, as soft as a feather brushing across your cheek. They also contain some darker notes, lyrics that are playfully disquiet and toy with the listener’s sense of unease. Think late 1950’s film noir. However, the album also has some peppier, more pop oriented songs as well. The song “8-5” has a distinct indie-pop sound, similar to Mitski or Angel Olsen. Listening to it places you in a warm summer day, driving down the road with your windows down and the wind whipping your hair around.

Charlie Moses will be playing a benefit show this Wednesday, August 8th at the Turn Turn Turn, along with Half Shadow and Sunbaby. All proceeds will go to IRCO, Families Belong Together, and The Young Center LA

By Avril Carrillo, Photo By Chelsea Parret 

 

Deli NYC Issue #55 is out! Half Waif and NYC MixCon 2018!

Attention music lovers!

The new issue of The Deli NYC is out on the cloud (we are at #55!) and we are psyched to have Half Waif on its cover - her latest album Lavander is an absolute gem! Print copies will hit the streets of NYC this coming weekend.

Inside, you will also find a very informational article about the state of the record industry, featuring an extensive Q&A with 4 NYC record label insiders.

Finally, this is also the yearly issue linked to our NYC MixCon 2018, the FREE event entirely focused on mixing advice provided by world class producers - a must for any young engineer or home recording musician interested in refining their mixing skills!

The Folks at The Deli

Showcase Alert: Throwin' Bo's at The Elbo Room (8.2) ft. Same Girls, So Much Light & Satchy

The lineup of this month’s iteration of Throwin’ Bo’s is a melting pot of talent. First on the bill is the incomparable fuzz-pop of Oakland’s own Same Girls, who recently released the Deli-approved single “Domino.” Later in the night, Sacramento’s So Much Light — whose most recent single “Waiting For The Moment” was a collaborative effort with the formerly SF-based artist Geographer —will showcase his infectious electro-pop. Also in the mix is satchy, a neo-soul crooner hailing from L.A. supporting the release of his newest EP, The Muse. Stream our favorite tracks from each of these artists in the playlist below. - Lilly Milman

This event will be on Thursday, August 2 at 9 p.m. Throwin’ Bo’s is a monthly 21+ showcase held at The Elbo Room. Tickets are $5 in advance and $7 at the door. RSVP on Facebook here.

Okay Kaya shares "Habitual Love" video, tours with Amen Dunes

Having just released her long-awaited debut album Both, Okay Kaya shows no sign of slowing down for the rest of the summer. The Norwegian, NYC based singer-songwriter has shared the music video for "Habitual Love", a slow jam which follows the album's theme of dual identity, trauma, depression, and love as a physical embodiment. Kaya took to the Rubber House retreat near New Paltz to film the video, in which she shows off her talent as a dancer and hides a secret love affair with a faceless, featureless mannequin from herself. The artistic clip matches the song's dark vibes, which Kaya will present live on her upcoming tour. Beginning in mid-August, Kaya will take to the Northwest and make her way back east; then in October, she'll fly overseas to play a few European shows before returning to Brooklyn for a homecoming show at Music Hall of Williamsburg. - Will Sisskind

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