This is a preview of the new Deli charts - we are working on finalizing them by the end of 2013.

Go to the old Top 300 charts



New Music Video: "Holy Like You" - Pill Friends

As part of Vancouver’s File Under: Music's One Song at a Time video series, Pill Friends has released a new song and corresponding video for “Holy Like You,” which premiered yesterday at The A.V. Club. While the video navigates the warmly-shaded spectrum of sea and skies, the song swims in a subdued stream of sadness. You can also play with the track's stems to create your own remix HERE.

Buscabulla unveils video for “Tártaro,” tours with Helado Negro

We are glad to see Buscabulla back in action - the stylish, Brooklyn based Puerto Rican band graced the cover of our magazine back in 2015 (issue #43 of The Deli NYC). The duo recently released a new single entitled “Tártaro,” which came with this elegant video. After an exciting summer during which they toured Chile (!) they are now back in the US on a mini-east-coast-tour with Helado Negro, which included a gig at Bowery Ballroom last night. Looking forward to a new release!

Frances Cone soars in The Deli's Charts, plays Baby's All Right on 11.07

We go a long way with Brooklyn songwriter Frances Cone - she played one of our SXSW shows back in 2013 - and it's great to see her climb our 'NYC New Bands With Buzz" top ten chart on this same page. After her 2013 debut album 'Come Back,' her releases have been somewhat sporadic, but high in quality. Earlier in 2016, her intimately atmospheric, slow burning single 'Arizona,' caused a stir on Spotify, approaching 4 million plays, and opening up a series of show opportunities in reputable venues all along the east coast, including a show at Music Hall of Williasburg on September 30th. Frances and her band's next show will be at Baby's All Right on 11.07.

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

New Music Video: "Moody" - Queen of Jeans

Queen of Jeans take advantage of a beautiful backdrop, where the the ocean meets the sky, in their latest video for the single "Moody". Shot and directed by Bob Sweeney, the four-piece indulge in a lazy day at the shore before taking an odd, fully-clothed dip. You can ask them what this video is all about this evening when they headline Boot & Saddle. (Photo by Rachel Del Sordo)

Brooklyn's RIPS plays Trans Pecos on 11/05, readies release of debut album

To some extent, it's very reassuring to see how many emerging bands in this city are still inspired by the sound of post-punk, a musical wave that developed the DIY attitude of the punk musical revolution in a more creative direction. Brooklyn's RIPS, whose debut, upcoming album was produced by Austin Brown of NYC post punk masters Parquet Court, has two singles available for streaming, and they showcase a band with solid potential. Speedy track "Delay,' in particular, with its intriguing blend of guitars and a bass line that's a pop gem by itself, boasts both attitude and good songwriting chops, while 'Losing II' is a simpler track that sounds like a homage to seminal NYC legends like the Velvet Underground and Television, artists that in many ways anticipated the post punk movement. RIPS is scheduled to play Trans-Pecos on November 5th.

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


- news for musician and music pros -