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Acoustic Awareness in a Beautiful Venue

The Old Church is quite a beautiful venue. Sounds bounce of the historic Carpenter Gothic church's walls with sonic ease, making it an ideal location for amplifying even the softest of tones. On Saturday, the Old Church will be host to a night of acoustics, meant to benefit a city-wide epidemic.

Spreading awareness acoustically, And And And, Ill Lucid Onset and Alyce Fernley will be gracing the Old Church's large, organ-dominated stage to play sets for Human Solutions. The local nonprofit provides services to low-income and houseless individuals within Portland and granted the city's current housing state of emergency, the nonprofit could use all the support it can get to help support those most in need.

Tickets are $10 and can be purchased here or at the door. For more information on how to volunteer with Human Solutions or other ways to help, visit their website at humansolutions.org.





gobbinjr releases 'Vom Night' EP + tours the east coast

gobbinjr is the stage name of songwriter/producer Emma Witmer, a Wisconsian who ended up becoming a Brookyinite via NYU - and a big THANK YOU NYU, we can now officially blame you for Trump's election! Emma plays gentle music, and although she likes to work solo, she enjoys wearing the hats of each (non existing) band member - each one suit her! Her debut album 'Vom Might' is a soft, drum machine propelled mellow pop record, full of intimate and honest lyrics conveyed through delicate melodies and an appropriately simple but never banal production. Fans of Frankie Cosmos will find in gobbinjr's music the same youthful attitude and melancholic sincerity, which seems to communicate - on a subliminal level - the awareness that youth ends too soon and it's too beautiful to be lived without dwelling in philospy, poetry and art. 

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





Emily Blue

Emily Blue recently released an album with a fundamental purpose and curse behind it. All proceeds from, Another Angry Woman, for to RACES to support counseling services for Rape victims. Blue doesn’t only have a powerful voice, but an impactful statement.

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Bianca Muñiz unveils video for "Scary Dreams" + plays at Terra Firma on 12/2

Bianca Muñiz is a NYC songwriter that has just released her new EP, “Scary Dreams” and a music video which artfully projects the eerie title track. In this video we observe Bianca in the midst of her nightmare, tossing and turning restlessly, while dreaming of running down a lonesome path consumed by darkness. Tense, at times dissonant jazzy and noise-rock elements, and unpredictable, nervous rhythms swallow the dulcet tone of Bianca’s voice, which bellows in the chorus and simmers down into a low, fearful croak at its end. If you enjoy the thrill, come down to Brooklyn’s Terra Firma on Friday, December 2nd and experience Bianca live. - Ashley Muniz 





New Track: "Qiet" - Vita and the Woolf

Jennifer Pague’s vocal usher in an air of commanding power, while touching on the softer, slightly fragile context provided in Vita and the Woolf’s latest single “Qiet.” Anticipatory percussions open the song as Pague’s voice accompanies varying instrumental tones, sitting in a strong, rough-around-the-edges, synthpop power ballad that is elegantly exposed and reassuringly resilient. Their new album, Tunnels, is slated for a January 20th release. However, they’ll be performing at Everybody Hits on Thursday, December 8, as part of lineup that also includes Grayling.

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