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Jaye Bartell brings his moody folk to Baby's All Right on 10.16

Jaye Bartell's "Light Enough" is a record born out of a very particular kind of self-inflicted seclusion: the paradoxical one happening in one the most populated pieces of land in the world: Brooklyn. Somebody's referred to this phenomenon as "The Lonesome Crowded West." Greenpoint, specifically, is where the songwriter moved to in 2013, from Asheville, NC (he's originally from Massachusetts), looking - we assume - for inspiration after a series of early releases. The only embeddable song from the album, 'Laundry Line' (streaming) perfectly represent the full album, echoing at once Leonard Cohen's intimate existentialism and Syd Barrett's droney, suspended melodies (Barrett's fans should check out opener 'G & Me'). The mostly acoustic guitar work also deserves a mention, for its beautiful simplicity. The fact that Baby's All Right booked Jaye is an extra reason to pay attention to this artist, so you may want to check out his upcoming show on October 16.

We added this song to The Deli's playlist of Best mellow songs by emerging NYC artists - check it out!





A Deli NYC Premiere: Michael Hanf of San Fermin: "Keep Feeling"

The Deli is happy to premiere Michael Hanf's song "Keep Feeling", a taste of the drummer's solo project outside of San Fermin. Hanf's voice, here vaguely reminiscent of Grandaddy Jason Lytle's expressive alto, lead this stripped-down and organic track, giving us just enough of that diaphanous vibraphone (an instrument he also masters), fuzzy guitar, and laid-back drums. Check out "Keep Feeling" down below, and keep an eye out for a new releases on his Soundcloud page! - Ashley Muniz

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The Hum returns on 10.10 w/ Space Captain, Iris Lune, and MADEIRA + more

After a super successful first night, and an allstar line-up, Deli NYC sponsored event The Hum returns for its second week at beautifully intimate Greenpoint venue Manhattan Inn. For those just tuning in now, the month-long residency, presented by Hypnocraft, is aimed at spotlighting female musicians across a wide variety of genres, and inspires unexpected collaborations. Monday night's line up promises to be atmospheric and experimental, including musicians from Space CaptainIris Lune, and MADEIRA. Check below for the full, three-set listing, and be sure to catch next week's show at 8pm on October 10, and the following two on the remaining Mondays in October. - Olivia Sisinni

- Maralisa (Space Captain) + Elle Winston + Lora-Faye Ashuvud (Arthur Moon) + Ella Joy Meir (Iris Lune) + Savannah Harris

- Gabrielle Herbst (GABI)

MADEIRA





Dylan Jane Record Release Show at Bourbon & Branch Oct. 6

Folk, at its core, is anchored in a songwriter’s ability to transport listeners to a "fly on the wall" perspective. That uninhibited point of view, in which communicative distance shrinks to a personal level, creates a bond. Tonight, as she celebrates the release of her new EP, Deceiving Yourself and Everyone Else, which was produced by The Lawsuits' Brian Dale Allen Strouse, Dylan Jane draws one in close at Bourbon & Branch. Silhouetted in Americana, the music imparts the fire-catching effects of pensive proximity, inviting warmth capable of sending a chill up your spine. A pair of locals, whom made contributions to the album, in the yearning emotive yet casual, alt-country, sonic steps of Friendship and the folk-spun, powerful elegance of Chelsea Mitchell (Dirty Dollhouse) helps in shaping this bill that is completed by Solar. Bourbon & Branch, 705 N. 2nd St., 8pm, $10, 21+ - Michael Colavita





This Year’s Ocean Beach Festival’s Music Line Up Has Been Announced

Don't miss Ocean Beach Music and Art Festival's 2016 music line up on October 8th!

This Year’s Ocean Beach Festival’s Music Line Up This year the world-renowned Noriega Street will be home to the third annual Ocean Beach Music and Art Festival. This FREE festival will be dedicated to the cultural and historic value of Ocean Beach. The Outer Noriega Merchant Association (ONMA) along with its great residents are joining together to celebrate the vibrant beauty that is Noriega Street. This family friendly festival will feature six stages, over ten food vendors, two beer gardens, over twenty live music acts, live art installations, a kids zone, mobile petting zoo, and a pumpkin patch. So please join us on October 8th for a day to remember!

Travis Hayes
O
Meernaa
Claire George
Spooky Mansion
Down and Outlaws
Tino Drima
The Electric Arrows
French Cassettes
Chickenhead Johnson
Bear Call
The Old Folks
Edward Dix
James Houdini
DJ Platinum Patton

 

 

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