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Moe Pope Snags Best of Boston Title





Moe Pope Snags Best of Boston Title

 Though Moe Pope may not be classic fare for The Deli, we'd be remiss to leave the great work he's doing unacknowledged. 2013 has provided the indie rap artist with the bump he needs to graduate to the big leagues-- his latest album Let the Right Ones In dropped this past January and led to his selection as the Best in Boston according to the notorious Improper Bostonian, in addition to a string of gigs in the area that have continued to build his buzz. Let the Right Ones In demonstrates Pope as an expert when in comes to pulling other genres to match the expertise of his own lyrics with traces of electronic, indie rock, and big-name locals like Lady Lamb the Beekeeper and Brookynite Julia Easterlin. He's sort of a Quentin Tarantino of the indie music scene-- he knows his stuff from his foundation in rap to references and homage to old-school punk, new wave, and beyond. He's heard everything, and isn't afraid to incorporate all this knowledge into his own work.

Moe Pope is a gamechanger in the New England scene because he realizes that the local scenes, from indie rock to rap to electronic and beyond, can be fused together to make something amazing, and he's riding that theory all the way to the top.

 

This Emerging Artist is based in New England,
check out other talented locals we picked
for our New England Artist of the Month poll below!

         
Which of these emerging local acts should be The Deli New England's next Artist of the Month?
Total: 38 votes
  Bandshes 
  Lindsay Foote 
  Maddi Ryan 
  Rachel Sumner 
  Willzyx 

This poll will end on November 30, 2019 at 11.59 PM ET

Please stay positive with the comments, support for other bands is one of the secrets of "success."

Results as of November 17, 2019, 12:24 pm

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