Download a song from Philly baroque-popsters Tutlie


Tutlie | Photo by John Vettese
Tutlie | Photo by John Vettese

Philly local baroque-pop band Tutlie recently released their debut album, Young Cries. The band was formed by lead vocalist Jessie Radlow in 2010 while attending college in West Chester.

Tutlie features vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Rebecca Way, Greg Diehl on bass guitar, Greg O’Neill on electric guitar, drummer Mark Cruttenden, and multi-instrumentalist/producer Asher Brooks. The band did a Key Studio Session this past April and The Key’s John Vettese said their sound “takes a cue from the studious musicality of Dirty Projectors while also echoing the charismatic harmony-driven vibe of Lucius and the whimsical arrangements of Buried Beds.”

Call it “baroque-pop” or “chamber-pop,” Tutlie’s debut is a warm and lush sounding collection of smartly crafted songs that owes as much to 60’s AM pop as it does to the indie-rock now sounds of today. Listen/download the complete Key Studio Session from Tutlie here. Currently the band doesn’t have any upcoming show, but you can follow them on Facebook here for updates. The band’s debut album is also available for a “name your price” on their Bandcamp here.

Below, download “Kaito” from their Key Studio Session.



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