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New Track: "Cannonball" - Zack Krall

After releasing his debut EP Shadow last spring, Zack Krall is back with a new recording. The first single off his forthcoming LP, “Cannonball,” casts a vision of rebellion. Krall narrates a tale of traveling from town to town to spread his words of protest via music. We're sure that it's a much-needed coping mechanism to help him make it through this current dystopia, living under the Cheeto-in-Chief.

Album premiere: Fieldings' debut LP "Soft Tissue" - live at Alphaville on 11.18

Dream pop group Fieldings will perform at Alphaville on November 18th to celebrate the release of their debut LP, Soft Tissue. It's their first major release in a few years, but like the group's previous EPs and singles, tracks come with the chilling lilt of Lucinda Hearn's voice. Joining the five-piece on the bill are Philly-based musician Andrew Conklin, multi-instrumentalist Renata Zeiguer, and Michael Rocketship, an experimental group featuring members of tUnE-yArDs. If you can't wait to hear Fieldings live, check out all of Soft Tissue below in this exclusive Deli premiere. - Will Sisskind

FWWtW and The Bones of J.R. Jones at Park Church Coop Saturday Night!

Concerts in old churches can be hit or miss. Many a punk band has left such sacred chambers flummoxed at the muddy cacophony summoned by their set. It's the harmonic resonance of the lofted ceilings and stone arches that once warmed the vocal stylings of Gregorian monks. This Saturday in Greenpoint you can witness for yourself what happens when the somber folk rock of Food Will Win The War and the twang-grass folk of The Bones of J.R. Jones swell sound into those stony heavens. Concetta Abbate of Park Quartet will warm up the room. It will be an intimate night of amazing sounding music in an amazing sounding venue. Get your tickets here.


New Vivian K. LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Vacuums, the new album from Orlando transplants Vivian K., is saturated in sincerity. Strumming their way through a series of narratives within one’s personal map, these momentary reflections catalogue a range of contemplations. Retaining a universal appeal within their vulnerability, one is drawn into the raw exposure. That episodic folk-punk feel reaches out in a sing-along way that grabs your collective hand.

New Curtis Cooper Album Available for Streaming & Purchase

Messy, the new album from Curtis Cooper, was recently unearthed. A transfixing torment registers throughout this collection of songs. Encircling lyrics of solitude will engulf the mind, creating a canvas of beautiful despair. Enlisting Scott Stitzer (of Mumblr) to produce and play an array of instruments, with Jack Zaferes occupying bass duties, these tracks creep into your head and take up temporary residence. It feels like a deeply personal release that pushes toward detonating grunge instrumentation at points, while still showcasing a folky feel, at others. Johnny Brenda’s will play host to Cooper’s record release celebration on Friday, January 19, where they'll be supported by Laser Background and Coping Skills.


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