Natalie Angiuli
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Natalie Angiuli

Los Angeles, California, United States | SELF

Los Angeles, California, United States | SELF
Band Pop Singer/Songwriter

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Nov
18
Natalie Angiuli @ Sculpterra Winery

Paso Robles, California, USA

Paso Robles, California, USA

Nov
13
Natalie Angiuli @ House of Blues San Diego

San Diego, California, USA

San Diego, California, USA

Dec
08
Natalie Angiuli @ Seattle's Best Coffee

Los Angeles, California, USA

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Holding it down for Canada’s big room house contingent, Felix Cartal has returned with “No Sleep,” a brand new original featuring the vocal talent of Natalie Angiuli. The track begins with an otherwise simple progression of piano chords, turned infatuating by Angiuli’s dreamy voice. This leads the way for a magnificently massive build up of soaring synth stabs, aptly setting the tone for the vigorous, rumbling electro drop. “No Sleep” will be released on Dim Mak Records on December 4th. - Dancing Astronaut


Written and composed by Canadian DJ and producer Felix Cartal and the amazing vocalist Natalie Angiuli, this track is the shining product of a lot of time and hard work put in at the studio. Entitled “No Sleep,” the track features a moving series of hauntingly beautiful melodies while Angiuli’s voice takes the piece to another level with its inspiring emotional intensity. - Elektro Daily


For Natalie Angiuli, love doesn't come easy. It comes in hidden moments where time can be stolen away with your special someone. And her greatest strengths lie in these quieter moments, in songs like Bel Air Anthem, where Angiuli channels her inner Karen Carpenter to present a throwback anthem on love's crimes. For her latest record, entitled New Hands, Natalie branches out to find these places, and you'll make them your own secret too. - Mike Levine (@Goldnuggets) - The Deli Magazine LA


We’re big fans of Natalie Angiuli so, naturally, we were excited when she asked us to premiere her video for “New Hands” off her New Hands EP.
“New Hands” is considerably a little more daring than her previous work but with more meaning and thought put into it. I previously said that her indie-pop, folky sound is so easy to vibe with. She hasn’t changed and it’s easy to see her roots in the EP.
The girl from New York who’s now in sunny LA, she fits right at home mixing poetry and sound.
Check out the video for “New Hands” and download the New Hands EP.
New Hands EP available on iTunes, Bandcamp, AmazonMP3, Zune, Spotify, and all other major online retailers. Hard copies available for order via official website (Bandcamp).
Video directed by Kelly King (iNCfilms.com) - Dear Song In my Head


We’re big fans of Natalie Angiuli so, naturally, we were excited when she asked us to premiere her video for “New Hands” off her New Hands EP.
“New Hands” is considerably a little more daring than her previous work but with more meaning and thought put into it. I previously said that her indie-pop, folky sound is so easy to vibe with. She hasn’t changed and it’s easy to see her roots in the EP.
The girl from New York who’s now in sunny LA, she fits right at home mixing poetry and sound.
Check out the video for “New Hands” and download the New Hands EP.
New Hands EP available on iTunes, Bandcamp, AmazonMP3, Zune, Spotify, and all other major online retailers. Hard copies available for order via official website (Bandcamp).
Video directed by Kelly King (iNCfilms.com) - Dear Song In my Head


We Heart This: "New Hands" Music Video by Natalie Angiuli - HelloGiggles.com (Zooey Deschanel, Sophia Rossi, Molly McAleer)


Natalie Angiuli

is a an independent singer/songwriter from New York City. She currently attends college in Los Angeles at the University of Southern California, where she studies theatre and songwriting.



Her debut album, titled “sometimes. always. never.” (released March 8, 2011 on iTunes) was primarily recorded in a small apartment on the upper west side of Manhattan, where it was produced by herself and recording-extraordinaire Andrew Futral of The Age of Rockets (myspace.com/theageofrockets). Angiuli wears the cap of a multi-instrumentalist, playing the piano, ukulele, guitar, glockenspiel, harmonium, Rhodes, and singing on her debut album, which features 8 original songs. ... - Ellenwood


"What first stuck to my head was her songwriting. Then her vocals. Then that indie-pop, folky sound that is so easy to vibe with. Natalie Angiuli combines all those elements to create music actually worth listening to. It’s safe to say, she kicks ass." - Dear Song In my Head


Thanks to Natalie Angiuli and her sweet and talented band for the great in-store yesterday. They played a super-chill, beach day-ish blend of acoustic grooves, slow jams and a few pop favorites including covers of Damien Rice and Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros songs. We have Natalie’s cd available at the store so if you’re looking for a feel-good, summer-y album, swing by and pick one up. - Streetlight Records Santa Cruz


He went on after a set by L.A.-based singer-songwriter Natalie Angiuli and her band. The show was the beginning of a short tour to support her debut recording, Sometimes. Always. Never., which boasts eight tracks of earnest, sincere folky pop. The set might have been a bit too earnest at times, but Angiuli doesn’t write pretentiously. Instead, her lyrics convey a searching quality that is simultaneously endearing and limited by its youthfulness. There is real potential here, though, and the CD is worth picking up for its art design alone, created by Los Angeles artist Luke Dobron. Angiuli’s unreleased material also seems to be pointing to that potential — the best song of her set, “Vegas,” was free of any sophomoric lapses. It sounded smooth, refined, and grown up, which is pretty high praise for an artist who isn’t even old enough to drink. - The Santa Barbara Independent


When Natalie Angiuli first started singing along to the radio as a child, she had no idea how far it was going to take her. Now, this junior theatre/music major from Staten Island, New York, has gone from singing along with her favorite songs to writing her own material. The best of that material will be showcased on Natalie’s debut album, set to release early 2011. HerCampus took a few minutes to chat with this dazzling young singer/songwriter about her music and the stories behind her upcoming album. - Her Campus


5. Natalie Angiuli @ Room 5
The sweet ukulele-accompanied crooning of local singer-songwriter Natalie Angiuli at Room 5 Lounge Sunday night is the perfect way to end the weekend. The candle-lit atmosphere of this romantic venue at La Brea and Beverly makes for a great date night. Take the stairs up to Room 5, located above Amalfi.
$5
Sunday, Nov. 7, 10 p.m. - Neon Tommy


Natalie sat down with me to discuss her inspiration as a singer and songwriter and the upcoming release of her first album. She also shares some of the songs that will appear on her debut CD, "sometimes. always. never." - Sparkle Notables


Natalie Angiuli, a sophomore majoring in popular music and theater and a photographer for the Daily Trojan, rounded out the opening performances by open mic contest winners. Her set began with her sweet voice and a ukulele and was later joined by a guitarist, bassist, drummer and violinist.

Her songs melded the country and pop music genres. She sang without affectation and kept the beat with her legs.

Later, she picked up a guitar and then took to the piano, singing lyrics like Well I heard you’re out of rehab / Let’s see if you can stay out.

At one point she covered a segment of Sublime’s “What I Got” and blended it with her own song.

In her song, “Your Name,” she switched to a pop ballad that bordered on rock. - The Daily Trojan


Program Board confirmed exclusively to the Daily Trojan that this year’s Springfest lineup will be headlined by recording artist T-Pain and hip-hop duo Clipse. T-Pain, whose past recordings include collaborations with the likes of Chris Brown, Akon, Lil Wayne and Flo Rida, is perhaps best known for his trademark — some would say gratuitous — use of Auto-Tune technology. According to representatives from Program Board, the “Bartender” singer’s contract was only recently finalized.

Springfest will be held Saturday, April 10 in McCarthy Quad and will also feature performances by student musicians including sophomore Natalie Angiuli and junior Antonio Pontarelli. - The Daily Trojan


Discography

"No Sleep" (single) with Felix Cartal (December 4, 2011, Dim Mak Records)

New Hands (February 14, 2012, self-released)

sometimes. always. never. (March 8, 2011, self-released)

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Bio

Natalie Angiuli is a 22-year-old independent singer/songwriter from New York City. She is a recent graduate of the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, where she studied theatre and songwriting. On Valentine’s Day 2012, she self-released her sophomore EP New Hands on iTunes, Spotify, and all other major online retailers.

Her music has received airplay on several other radio stations around the country including KVRX in Austin, KXSC in Los Angeles, KRUZ in Santa Barbara, and KPRI in San Diego. Natalie's "New Hands" EP was recently licensed for placement by television programs such as MTV's "Real World/Road Rules Challenge" and the E! Network's "Keeping Up With The Kardashians."

Natalie is currently working as a top-line songwriter for several major top 40 pop and electronic acts in Los Angeles. Most recently, she co-wrote and performed on EDM artist Felix Cartal's upcoming track, "No Sleep," which will be released December 4, 2012 via Dim Mak Records. She also collaborated with the Rondo Brothers (recognized for their work with Foster the People) in May 2012 on several tracks for independent label Ninth Street Opus in Berkeley. Most recently, she worked on a co-write project with Sony-EMI writer and Phantom Planet guitarist Jacques Brautbar.

Natalie performs regularly in the LA and NYC areas, frequenting venues such as Rockwood Music Hall, The Hotel Café, The House of Blues, The Living Room, The Bitter End and the Knitting Factory. In May 2011, she independently organized and promoted her first tour, which consisted of west coast shows from Los Angeles to San Francisco.