Delta Will EP Release Party w/Revelstoke, BOTFM & Eytantobin
Transcendental Visits – Delta Will’s debut EP – is finally being released on CD, along with brand new artwork! After a fall tour and a few months surfing the cosmos, Delta Will returns to Earth to celebrate the occasion with an exciting lineup of Toronto acts.
Check out http://deltawill.com to stream the EP, see the new artwork and find out more about the release (including #DeltaWillTV)
Joining Delta Will on this special night:
// Revelstoke // http://revelstoke.bandcamp.com
Revelstoke is folk music played in an underwater city still trapped in the 40s using alien technology by Toronto-based multi-instrumentalist Andrew Seale. Mini-symphonies built using a banjo, mandolin, violin bowed guitar with gently swirling poetic lyrics that make your teeth chatter and eyes grow all big and soft-like. Abstract and dreamy.
“It doesn’t seem to be enough for Andrew Seale to be an adept multi-instrumentalist. He also manages to build beautiful musical landscapes with some aid from a trusty loop pedal.”
- Grayowl Point
// The Benefit of the Free Man // http://thebenefitofthefreeman.bandcamp.com
Having just released their debut self-titled EP in January, The Benefit of the Free Man continue to build their repertoire of chamber folk songs that are piercing as they are soothing.
"The really fascinating thing about this band is their inversion of the standard band formula: the songs are all built around classical string instruments, minimalist percussion and the rattling cadences of Piazza's lyrics. All of this leads to a sound that is rich but unsettling; the negative space in the music becomes an instrument in itself" (Audio Reckoning).
// Eytantobin (DJ Set)// http://thecautioneers.com
Middle eastern kid producing and DJing weird electronic music with his friends in Toronto. Synth and electronics section of the Cautioneers. Eytan will end the night with an indie and techno fusing DJ set. Let’s dance!