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New Track: "Oats" - Tall Friend

DC transplants Tall Friend reissued their EP Tawl Friend earlier this year via Exploding in Sound, who will also release the band's first full-length album. Safely Nobody's is due out August 11, but you can take a listen to the steady, instrumental build and revealing, intimate lyrics, found on the record's lead single, "Oats," below. The trio is currently on tour, and will be wrapping it up with a homecoming show in Philly this Sunday, June 11 at West Philly DIY space All Night Diner with Flashlight O, Bay Mollusk, and Yours Are The Only Ears. 





Bonzie "Crescent"

Bonzie has released a futuristic video for her new single, “Crescent”. The track is taken from her forthcoming album Zone on Nine.

You can help Bonzie celebrate the release of her album on June 23rd at Schubas with Spectralina.





Bicoastal project Drinker gets love from Buzzband.la + plays Cape House on 06.30

Being the first to blog about a talented emerging artist is the single most fulfilling thing for any music critic (only second to seeing that artist become huge!), and that's what The Deli is all about. Buzzbands.la does a lot of breaking new bands too, and we are more than happy to point you in their direction for what is, in all likelihood, the first review for bicostal synth-pop band Drinker, the recording project of singer / songwriter Aaron Mendelsohn and producer/composer Ariel Loh. The fact that reputable NYC show organizers Pop Gun booked them for a show at Cape House in Brooklyn on June 30th comes as a further proof that this act has potential. Check out below the only single currently available for streaming, the melancholic synthetic ballad 'Which Way Is South.'

We added this song to The Deli's playlist of Best mellow songs by emerging NYC artists - check it out!





Rips celebrate debut LP release at Baby’s All Right on 07.01

Brooklyn rockers Rips made a name for themselves in the local scene with the sheer number of shows they’ve played since forming in 2013, and a sound that blends rawness and melody. Their debut, self-titled LP took a while to take shape but is finally being released this summer. In their preview single “Malibu Entropy” (streaming below,) they maintain the fuzzy, punhcy sound and casual attitude of garage rock, while adopting dreamy melodies and guitar progressions reminiscent of fellow Brooklynites Real Estate. The record release party will be hosted at Baby’s All Right in Brooklyn on July 1st at 8 pm. - Lilly Milman

 





Charly Bliss unveil video for 'Percolator' + leave for small tour

New York's "bubblegrunge" sensation Charly Bliss are climbing our local charts for emerging artists and will soon embark in a small New England/Upstate NY tour. Their new LP, Guppy, is a series of tightly-composed indie-pop romps that are at once lyrically gruesome and disarmingly sensitive. In addition to their impasssioned musicianship, the band's sense of humor shines brilliantly through in the video for "Ruby," an absurdist take on public access/infomercial television that will appeal to fans of Tim and Eric. Check it out below, together with their latest one for single 'Percolator'! - Ethan Ames

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