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Nedelle Torrisi

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Nedelle Torrisi Unveils New Album Only For You, Release Party at Bootleg Theater

Advice columnist Nedelle Torrisi’s musical versatility heads toward the domain of soft adult contemporary in her upcoming album Only For You, with allusions to the pitfalls and complexities of monogamy no doubt gathered from her time writing as Advice from Paradise. A steady fixture of the indie scene, Torrisi is known by some for her work as one half of experimental project Cryptacize, as well as for her contributions to Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti, Sufjan Stevens, and John Vanderslice.

Listen to the featured single “Complicated” before Torrisi’s album release party tonight at the Bootleg Theater. Only For You comes out on May 18 via Frenchkiss Records.

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Ablebody supporting Nedelle Torrisi at Harvard & Stone

If you missed Ablebody's performance at Young Lovers' Pehrspace residency, which included a preview of their new songs, fear not: the Hochheim brothers are playing tomorrow night at Harvard & Stone to support Bay Area musician Nedelle Torrisi for her June residency. Torrisi is a multi-instrumentalist who has toured with the likes of Sufjan Stevens, Of Montreal, and Deerhoof, among others. Also supporting will be Dylan Ryan / Sand, drummer Dylan Ryan's (Cursive, Icy Demons, Herculaneum, Tim Kasher) LA-based progressive jazz project.

Admission is FREE, so are Ablebody's "All My Everybody" EP and the "After Hours" 7" tracks: download them off Ablebody's bandcamp on a Name Your Price basis for a limited time only. - Ryan Mo

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Stream: Nedelle Torrisi, “Double Horizon”

Songstress and advice columnist, Nedelle Torrisi, has been releasing music under many names over the years - with her band, Cryptacize, under simply her first name, Nedelle, and most recently under the moniker, Paradise. But her latest album of unabashed love songs, is a debut of sorts; one in which she is embracing her full self by releasing the self-titled album as simply Nedelle Torrisi. The album’s birth is a twisted tale of friendship and perseverance. Torrisi was demoing the songs that would become this album in her room, which was in a shared house with fellow musician, Kenny Gilmore. The two were working a wall apart on their own musical ideas, whilst both touring with other bands - Torrisi with Sufjan Stevens, and Gilmore with Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti. The two decided to collaborate creating a new, synth-laden, R&B inspired sound for Torrisi - which took over two years to complete. The first single, “Double Horizon,” is an exuberant blend of 70s funk and 90s minimalist R&B, with a masterful hook, and the naive glow of young love. Nedelle Torrisi’s self-titled debut is set for release on Sept. 3. She will spend the month opening for fellow collaborator Julia Holter on a string of tour dates. - Jacqueline Caruso

Wed. 09-11-13   First Unitarian Church  Los Angeles, CA *    
Thu. 09-12-13    Great American Music Hall    San Francisco, CA *    
Sat. 09-14-13    Holocene    Portland, OR *    
Sun. 09-15-13    Barboza    Seattle, WA *    
Mon. 09-16-13    Biltmore Cabaret    Vancouver, BC *    
Fri. 09-20-13    Cedar Cultural Center    Minneapolis, MN *    
Sat. 09-21-13    Schubas Tavern    Chicago, IL *    
Sun. 09-22-13    Kobo    Columbus, OH *    
Tue. 09-24-13    Music Hall Of Williamsburg    Brooklyn, NY *    
Thu. 09-26-13    Rock & Roll Hotel    Washington, DC *

* = w/ Julia Holter


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