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Ridley Park, Pennsylvania, United States | SELF

Ridley Park, Pennsylvania, United States | SELF
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"Recap & Photos: White Birds, Univox & Tutlie at KFN"

"We had great time this past Friday at Kung Fu Necktie with White Birds, Univox and Tutlie. A bunch of The Deli staff were able to make it out so it was nice to grab drinks together, and check out some fine local acts. The big surprise of the night was Tutlie. None of us had ever seen them perform live before, but we were very intrigued due to their lone single online “Giantess” (which we all agreed is a bona fide hit once the interweb catches a hold of it). The band is very young fronted by the pretty vocals of Jesse Radlow and Christina Klaproth (college roommates who were very happy to be twenty-one and in a bar). The most familiar face on stage was Josa Lazas (Golden Ages, Strand of Oaks) who had just joined the band about two weeks ago and didn’t know the names of their songs yet. Drummer Tony Rossi (Streaks of Light) created a strong backbone for their compositions while programmer/multi-instrumentalist Asher Brooks orchestrated the band’s moody backdrop. We liked their positive energy and genuine joy to be on stage together which showed on their painted faces. We expect to see them around and hear a lot more from them in the future." - The Deli Philadelphia

"The Duality of Tutlie at KFN April 19"

Keyboards sprinkle across the landscape in a playful whimsical daydream sort of manner. Then sun-kissed vocals creep into the picture. A single voice that is quickly accompanied by the drums creating a marching beat, and gradually the duality takes on the appeal of a crowd as if the voices have echoed a call that beckons for others to follow. Begging with the simple idea of a small gathering, it takes on a magnitude of its own. Tutlie is that harmless thought that when given space gains strength and therefore becomes more than you initially envisioned. The xylophone sounds, which at first seem nostalgic and almost novelty-like, play off the keys in an eerie yet comfortable way. The vocals, which are gentle and inviting, morph taking on a level of seriousness that is highlighted by the backing of the instrumentals. At first, the sun is bright, but blink your eyes, and a storm will appear on the horizon. - The Deli Philadelphia


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