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New Track: "Refugees" - Sea Span

“Refugees,” the latest from Sea Span, a.k.a. North Carolina transplant James Benjamin, balances a soft-spoken delicate nature with a subtly hypnotic groove. Lyrically, the song appears to speak toward the concept of embracing refugees caught in very difficult situations. It's delivering an eye-opening serious message, placed on a danceable backdrop.

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Steady Holiday performs at Santa Monica Pier's Twilight Concerts

After many years of collaboration, Dre Babinski shines steadily in her own light as Steady Holiday, starting her dream pop foray with debut album Under the Influence. Poignant, personal and touching, Babinski’s lyrics are buried under infectious melodies, but become uncovered after a few listens. Words like, “it’s a lonely world, I don’t want to be hurt” ("Under the Influence") and “We’re not alone/ You and I have our demons we can’t control” ("Overcast Waltz") resonate with a solo artist’s apprehension. Having performed at the prominent Coachella Festival, Steady Holiday performs again for all, free on September 1 at Santa Monica Pier's Twilight Concert Series with Unknown Mortal Orchestra. - Kaitlyn Tang





New Video: "Everybody Wants To Love You" (Live - Out Of Town Films) - Japanese Breakfast

Directed by Rocco Avallone, the new live video for “Everybody Wants To Love You” captures Japanese Breakfast in tight performance mode. The Out Of Town Films production feels as though it picks up additional steam, meshing with the whimsical vibe in a quick succinct manner. Japanese Breakfast will be in town for Made in America on Saturday, September 3, and also has a more intimate show on Friday, October 7 at Everybody Hits.





Ticket Giveaway: Eryka Badu & Gallant at the Tower Theater Next Thursday

We are very excited to be giving away tickets to see the legendary Eryka Badu and LA singer-songwriter Gallant next Thursday, August 4 at the Tower Theater. To enter for a chance to win a pair of tix, just send an email to thedelimagazinephiladelphia@gmail.com with the subject line "Fat Belly Bella". Please also include your cell number in the body of the message (in case of an emergency). Good luck!





PDX Pop Now Day 1 - What to Expect

After months of strenuous hard work, the 13th annual PDX Pop Now Festival is here to be enjoyed by Portland's newest wave of all-age music appreciators. Each year, numbers of volunteers spend so much of their personal time trying to make the festival happen by showcasing the city's best up and coming artists and today, the fruits are now ripe for entertainment.

Sabonis, a somewhat shoegazey, somewhat lo-fi alt indie group is opening up the fest, using the chill vibes to ease everyone into a weekend of craziness. Saola, playing after Sabonis, is probably one of the greatest bands out there right now that still happens to be in high school. They're bringing the heaviest element to the day's lineup, with a doom metal output.

Folky stylings are represented by Loch Lomond, Dragging an Ox Through Water and Snowblind Traveler, with a country-ish twang coming from Jenny Don't & the Spurs.

Ali Muhareb's Mujahedeen and Eyelids are the trippiest of the bunch and electronic lovers Gold Casio are helping one of the only hip hop acts, Mic Capes, get bodies moving towards the end of the night.

The first day of PDX Pop Now offers a little bit of something for everyone, as do the other two days of the fest. It officially begins at 6pm tonight, so be sure to come out. It's free!

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