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New Video: Audiotree Live Session - Cayetana

Cayetana stopped by Audiotree for a live session while they were in Chicago for two nights at the Double Door, supporting The Bouncing Souls and The Flatliners. The set consists of fan favorites ("Serious Things Are Stupid," "Freedom1313" & "Hot Dad Calendar") as well as a couple of unreleased songs ("Certain For Miles" & "Mesa"). The ladies also shared that they'll be self-releasing their next album. Cayetana already have a hefty U.S. tour schedule lined up for 2017, where they'll be supporting Lemuria on their 10th Anniversary tour for the group's first LP Get Better. You'll be able to catch them in Philly on Saturday, February 18 at the First Unitarian Church. BTW: Props to Augusta Koch for toughenin' it out through this session!

Acid Dad headlines Baby's All Right on Sat 12.17 with Gymshorts and Rips

Our Best Emerging of NYC band or 2015, psych garage trio Acid Dad will be headlining Baby's All Right on Saturday 12.17 with two other gritty vintage sounding local bands, Gymshorts and Rips. Enjoy their tunes below, but if you want to experience their true brute sonic power (and irresistible sensual antics), don't miss them live!

Zula premieres video for "F*ck This," plays Trans-Pecos on 01.06

On Zula's new single "F*ck This," from their new 8 track mini-album 'Grasshopper,' at second 22, after a plodding intro, a misleadingly incoherent drum pattern triggers the thought that "this band actually wants to f*ck with us" - a thought to be read in the somewhat platonic acception most commonly used in the sentence "don't f*ck with me!". Here at The Deli, though, we never say that because we absolutely love to be f*cked with in any possible way, but in particular when the f*cking 'agent' is music. Often we actually go through long periods of sadness due to the fact that we don't find any bands interested in f*cking with us, dammit! So let's enjoy Zula's new single and video together, from a band that already gave us a NYC Record of the Month back in 2014. Like Italians, Zula do it better - don't miss their upcoming live show at Trans-Pecos on January 6th.

New Music Video: "Juniper Pearl" - The Orange Drop

Neo-psych outfit The Orange Drop continues further down the genre's rabbit hole in the group's new video for "Juniper Pearl". It's the lead single off the band's upcoming album, Stoned in Love, which was recorded at Spice House Sound and mixed by Colin Hegna (Brian Jonestown Masscre). The record will be released on vinyl and CD via the UK's Mega Dodo, and they'll be celebrating its arrival on Friday, January 6 at Bourbon & Branch with Meddlesome Meddlesome Meddlesome Bells, Seafrost, and Lunacy, who will also be welcoming a new EP.

Prince Harvey shines on - live at Shea Stadium on 12.19

The struggle is real. When Prince Harvey’s computer broke down a couple years back, he recorded all the vocals for his album at the Apple Store Soho. His perseverance shines through in his work. In the video for “Sometimes,” he Bob Dylans his way through the subway system dropping placards of his lyrics like “pay bills during the day, dream at night.” He’s an everyman rapper keeping to the tenets of Sex, Drugs, and That Life. With a predominant '90s vibe recalling acts like The Pharcyde and Digable Planets, he’s an easy addition to your headphone arsenal. If Hip Hop is about making it with what you got no matter the cost, then this dude is as Hip Hop as it gets. - BrokeMC


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