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Vita and the Woolf

New Video: "Satan Said Dance" (Clap Your Hands Say Yeah Cover) - Vita and the Woolf

Vita and the Woolf swung by Cambridge Sound Studios to record a session for Root Down in the Shadow's #CoverClub. Check out the commanding performance of Clap Your Hands Say Yeah's "Satan Said Dance" featuring additional backup vocals from Tutlie! The band is getting ready to hit the road next month, making the trek down to SXSW along the way.


Work Drugs Christmas Spectacle at Boot & Saddle Dec. 5

The holiday season is something that puts Work Drugs in the spirit of giving. When the indie-pop band gave away all of their albums for free on Bandcamp during Black Friday, they also released Cayman Islands Volume II, which is a collection of 10 new interpretations of classic Work Drugs singles. With this being the second album that the band released in the past couple of months, they have good reason to be taking a bit of a break, and that's why tonight's Christmas Spectacle will be the bands last show for a bit. However, if their new holiday single, “Nicholas,” is any indication, they're fully poised to make it a Festivus miracle! They'll be joined by the whimsically harmonious Vita and the Woolf, who will be in support of their debut album Fang Song. Boot & Saddle, 1131 S. Broad St., 8pm, $12, 21+ - Bill McThrill


Vita and the Woolf Record Release at Ortlieb's Sept. 20

Vita and the Woolf celebrate the release of their debut album Fang Song (which dropped earlier this week) this evening at Ortlieb’s. Listening to Fang Song, it becomes clear that it is a concentrated, powerful record. Jennifer Pague’s vocals exhibit strength and beauty, grabbing your ear from the start, guiding listeners through a series of songs that harness a vocally cultivated blend as its harmonious, soulful foundation. Partnering these vocals with tempo-setting keys/synth and accenting percussion, the album seems to consistently induce danceable movements, simultaneously displaying a layered potency, while maintaining a pop sensibility. They will be joined on the bill by the emotive, vocal-synth combination of Bondage & Discipline, an offshoot of The National Rifle, as well as Brooklyn pop-rockers Canon Logic. Ortlieb’s, 847 N. 3rd St., 8pm, $7, 21+ - Michael Colavita


New Vita and the Woolf EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Vita and the Woolf just released their debut eight-song EP Fang Song. You can stream and purchase it below. Led by the confident, sultry vocals of Jennifer Pague, the group will be honoring its release this Saturday, September 20 at Ortlieb's with Bondage & Discipline and Canon Logic.


Phreak N’ Queer Arts & Music Festival Kicks Off at PhilaMOCA July 31

Today marks day one of the 4th annual four-day Phreak N’ Queer Arts & Music Festival. The nonprofit event aims to support and embrace many things that we at the Deli are in communion with, providing a forum and voice for a diverse spectrum of artists and recognizing the past while gazing toward the future - meanwhile celebrating the present with a series of excellent artistic exhibitions/shows that are as varied and open-minded as the people that produce, perform and witness them. This evening, PhilaMOCA will host a bill that includes the engaging personal-narrative folk-blues combo of Andrew Bethany Spiers, a.k.a. The Feverfew. The intriguing electro-synth-soul-pop incarnation of Jen Pague-fronted Vita and the Woolf, whom will release their debut EP Fang Song on September 16, will also grace the stage as well as the atmosphere-generating hip-hop creations of Moor Mother Goddess, and the skilled classical improvisations of Brave, among others. PhilaMOCA, 531 N. 12th St., 7pm, $5, All Ages - Michael Colavita


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