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Vita and the Woolf

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

New Track: "Asha" - Vita and the Woolf

Below is the latest single, "Asha," from West Chester duo Vita and the Woolf, comprised of Jen Pague and Joey Anderson. The band's name is derived "from the love relationship between writers, Vita Sack-ville West and Virginia Woolf." The track is off their upcoming album Fang Song, due out this spring. (Photo by Cameron Starr)


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