Deliluh is the answer to the unfulfilled longing of our hearts for the new album Slint. The rising star of experimental art-rock is currently leading the DIY scene in his hometown of Toronto. Their work combines elements of punk, drone and experimental music into an organic and strongly interacting, sonic identity. In the lyrical sphere, Deliluh breaks down the first conflicts and anxieties of human nature, looking tensely at our past, present and future. In the sound layer, they prefer precise changes and dialogue between instruments over a diluted mix of overlapping sound layers. Deliluh are known in Toronto for their eccentric choices of venues for their concerts. Avoiding getting entangled in the traditional booking turnover of clubs and concert halls, they prefer unconventional locations for their performances: bakeries, libraries or abandoned railway platforms. Many concerts take place in their apartment, a space that local scriptwriters called Something Else.
Izzy and the Black Trees is a combination of pugnacious Americana, dirty post-punk guitars and the singer’s charismatic voice. Element on the stage, peace and lemonade in the wardrobe. There is a noticeable raw energy here that evokes associations with Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Patti Smith Band or Savages. They have released their debut EP Winter’s Coming Down so far, they are currently working on their debut album.