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Haley Heynderickx's Tiny Desk Performance

Here at the Deli, we love it when great local artists get the recognition they deserve. Local favorite Haley Heynderickx was not only just featured in Rolling Stone, but she also just got on NPR’s Tiny Desk! Heynderickx, known for rich vocals and a uniquely dark folksy style, has just returned to town after a summer on tour.

Her Tiny Desk performance is true to form. Heynderickx is endearing as always, tender both in attitude and in her music. At one point the band gives 5 seconds of “intimate eye contact” to the camera, so as to show the people back home that they love them. Well Haley, you're equally as loved and we’re glad to have you back.

By Avril Carrillo, Photo by Alessandra Leimer





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 

 

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Chanti Darling's New Album

Chanti Darling’s latest album R&B Vol 1 is going to be released via Tender Loving Empire tomorrow. I don’t believe anyone could create a more perfect fusion between the aesthetics of a neon-lit arcade and classic house music. It’s a unique and inventive sound, an ethereal electric noise that sends chills down your spine. This is especially true given the depth and range present in Trü's voice. R&B Vol 1 sounds like what would happen if Crystal Waters and Grace Jones decided to team up in 2018. Even the slower, more emotional songs will get people dancing. “Running” is my personal favorite, as it sounds like a smooth flowing waterfall interspersed with heavier beats. The debut single, “Casual” features The Last Artful, Dodgr whose voice is as beautiful as ever. The song is romantic and sultry, perfect for locking eyes with the beautiful stranger across the dancefloor. You can check out the video for “Casual” below!

So basically, to sum up; the album is just so damn good. The record release show will be next Wednesday, August 8th at the Doug Fir, with Gold Casio and Guayaba

-by Avril Carrillo 

 





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