Del Water Gap @ HI-FI
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DEL WATER GAP W/ TAYLOR JANZEN @ HI-FI INDIANAPOLIS
DOORS: 8:00 PM, SHOW: 9:00 PM
GENERAL ADMISSION, LIMITED SEATING.
AGE RESTRICTIONS: 21+
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About Del Water Gap:
Del Water Gap is the solo project of songwriter and producer S. Holden Jaffe, born in New England. He has already amassed a cult-like following with more than 52 million streams worldwide and a slew of collaborations all before a debut album. Most recently he was featured on two songs “(Does It Feel Slow?)” and “New Song'' from Maggie Rogers' 2020 album Notes from the Archive: Recordings 2011-2016. In 2020 he collaborated with Claud on their track “My Body,” which Nyloncalled “an intimate and bittersweet ballad.”
His newest singles “Sorry I Am,” (his debut release with Mom+Pop) and “Hurting Kind” have been well received by fans & media alike. “Sorry I Am” is a deeply confessional track, accompanied by an alluring music video filmed in a picturesque desert in Joshua Tree directed by Angela Ricciardi. This single follows his breakout 2020 track “Ode To A Conversation Stuck In Your Throat,” which racked up over 8.5 million streams on Spotify alone. It was the soundtrack to actors Margaret Qualley and Kaitlyn Dever’s summer pandemic dance party, and earned praise from Vogue UK as an “ear-worm.”
About Taylor Janzen:
The Winnipeg artist returns with new single “What I Do…” out via Glassnote Records. The song was produced by Luke Niccoli, mixed by Neal Avron (Brandi Carlile, Bleachers, Twenty One Pilots), and mastered by Joe LaPorta (Of Monsters And Men, Leon Bridges).
“’What I Do…’ is a song I wrote about being in a serious relationship and suddenly realizing that your issues are affecting someone else for the first time, and not entirely knowing how to change that. Musically, it’s a bit of a departure for me. I wrote it on an acoustic guitar in my bedroom, but when we got around to producing it, it seemed to take on a life of it’s own." says Janzen.
With further praise from Noisey, NPR, Paste, i-D, and The New York Times, Taylor kicked off the year as an Official Artist at SXSW where she was asked to perform at Rolling Stone's Emerging Artist Showcase.
Growing up, Taylor wasn't encouraged to speak through her feelings, so turned to songwriting as an outlet. As a result, with each song we're granted an intimate and almost painstakingly brazen glimpse into the most heart wrenching pages of her diary. She writes candidly, touching on the topics of mental health and emotional abuse, noting that, “the music that I write is very honest, so it speaks for itself.”
Del Water Gap