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Electronic

Date: 
06/19/2017
Time: 
21:00
Band name: 
Quiet Luke
Band fb profile: 
https://www.facebook.com/quietluke/
Venue name: 
Berlin NYC
Date New: 
Mon, 06/19/2017 (All day)
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Electronic

Date: 
06/18/2017
Time: 
20:00
Band name: 
Tyger
Band fb profile: 
https://www.facebook.com/tygersounds/
Venue name: 
Berlin NYC
Date New: 
Sun, 06/18/2017 (All day)
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Electronic

Date: 
06/04/2017
Time: 
20:00
Band name: 
Ducks Unlimited
Band fb profile: 
ducks-unlimited
Venue name: 
Berlin NYC
Date New: 
Sun, 06/04/2017 (All day)
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Tonight (05.25), final night of The Hum with Deradoorian, Eartheater, The Blow, Chaos Chaos + more

The final night of The Hum 2017 (a series featuring female NYC musicians collaborating live organized by LPR presents and sponsored by The Deli NYC) reserves a truly spectacular line up that must not be missed. From The Blow's synth pop gems to Eartheater's haunting experimentation, the talent on display is remarkable and absolutely in line with what we here at The Deli expect from artists active in a scene famous for its edge. On the bill also indie pop sister duo Chaos Chaos, droney vocalist Deradoorian (of Dirty Projector fame), Miho Hatori of Cibo Matto and experimental artists Ikue Mori and Clarice Jensen.

Check out this awesome compilation of the songs by the artists in tonight's bill we found on SoundCloud!





Vaelastrasz's “Glyph of Inspired Hymns” is weird, eerie, and good

For the past year or so, Fairfax's Vaelastrasz has been quietly developing their electronic composition skills. The releases have always seemed promising, and “Glyph of Inspired Hymns” gives a lot of reason to think that Vaelastrasz is starting to really come into their own as an electronic musician. The album art, a black and white photo of an old church, is at once nostalgic and haunting, an aesthetic which meshes well with the antique, dystopian ambiance given off by tracks like “In Memory of the Third” and “Cathedral I”. Interestingly, behind the ambiance often lies post-rock grooves, keeping the tracks from sounding repetitive.

In all, some very good music produced on this album, looking forward to hearing more from Vaelastrasz.

-Written by Michael Dranove

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