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"Water Bearer" is an ethereal masterpiece brought to life by Michelle Mandico

 Rarely does a song feel like a dream to me, but I definitely had to play "Water Bearer" twice to make sure I hadn't been transported to another world somewhere in the middle. The tone of Michelle Mandico's voice is soothing yet alert at the same time- it asks to be heard, but not in an intrusive way. With a subtle arrangement and a gorgeous video punctuated by natural scenery and some choreographed sections, "Water Bearer" is a wonderful artistic statement and we at the Deli can't wait for Mandico's full-length, which releases July 6th. Catch her live at City Winery on 6/25. -Geena Kloeppel 

 





Indie Folk

Time: 
21:30
Band name: 
Renny Conti
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/rennycontimusic/
Venue name: 
Mercury Lounge
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Folk

Time: 
18:30
Band name: 
Youth in a Roman Field
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/YouthInARomanField/
Venue name: 
Mercury Lounge
Band email: 
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A Deli Premiere: Rachel Angel unveils lo-fi video for folky track “Not Enough”

Rachel Angel’s Not Enough EP, released in April of this year on Human Noise Records, is full of folky lo-fi recordings, calm tracks that play like warm cups of tea and morning sun. The EP’s three songs (it also includes a demo version of the title track) aren’t necessarily subdued, but Angel’s focus is on subtler, internal emotional tension. Her new video for “Not Enough,” directed by Olivia Mertz, fits perfectly into that aesthetic with a grainy VHS style quality, following Angel through a day that’s charming, if marked by brief discomforts. There are autumn leaves, bagels, and some reading in the park, all of which Angel’s music seems meant to soundtrack. Watch the video for “Not Enough” below. – Cameron Carr

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The Deli's Guide to Northside Festival 2018 ft. El Silver Cabs, The Rizzos, Def.GRLS, Huck & More

Every year, emerging artists flock to Brooklyn for Northside Festival — the annual showcase that also happens to be New York City’s longest-running music and innovation festival. Starting on June 7, the festival will be celebrating its tenth anniversary with events scattered across Williamsburg, Greenpoint, and Bushwick. With over 300 bands performing (many simultaneously,) creating a schedule of shows can be quite overwhelming. That’s why The Deli NYC is here to help out! Below is a list of some of our critic’s picks, a multi-genre and multi-venue selection of NYC-based artists including everything from the jangly garage rock of El Silver Cabs to the R&B of Gemma. Still can’t decide where to go? Stream a playlist of the artists’ top songs below. - Lilly Milman (Pictured, a photo of El Silver Cabs by Jeanette D. Moses)

Thursday, June 7
Gemma @ Elsewhere Roof, 7 pm
Peaer @ Knitting Factory, 8 pm
The Rizzos @ The Gutter, 10:40 pm
El Silver Cabs @ The Gutter, 11:20 pm

Friday, June 8
Madam West @ Pet Rescue, 8:30 pm
Buck Meek @ Rough Trade, 9:05 pm
Ben Pagano & The Space Machine @ Little Skips, 9:30 pm
Def.GRLS @ Little Skips, 10 pm

Saturday, June 9
Huck @ Trans-Pecos, 1:15 pm
Lola Pistola @ Knitting Factory, 1:45 pm
Anna Altman @ Trans-Pecos, 9 pm
Belle-Skinner @ Gold Sounds Bar Stage, 9:30 pm
Bodega @ Our Wicked Lady, 9:30 pm
Human People @ Trans-Pecos, 9:45 pm

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