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Forward to the past: Oak and Alexander live at Cameo on March 3

Xeno and Oaklander placed 44th in our Year End Best of NYC 2009 Poll. The band brings back to life austere Kraut Rock atmospheres that became extremely trendy in the late 80s early 90s (think Depeche Mode and Eurhythmics). These guys are getting quite a lot of attention lately, we recommend you don't miss their show at Cameo on March 3rd.


Earl Greyhound is back with a new album

Earl Greyhound is one of the few NYC bands that can truly recreate the authentic Rock'n'Roll vibe of the first hard rock of the late 60s early 70s (think Jimi Hendrix's intensity and Led Zeppelin's power with the added bonus of a mind blowing female bass player). The band - that has been on The Deli's radar for quite awhile now - is back with a new album after about 3 years of discographic silence. The sophomore release, titled Suspicious Package, will be out in April on Hawk Race Records - you can hear some tracks from it here. These guys have badass rock attitude flowing in their veins - their set must be must be witnessed live. Don't miss their next live show in NYC.


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NYC Indie Radios

Is The Dig the next big NYC thing? Live with The Editors, Terminal 5, 02.19

The Dig is a band with enormous potential. They write good, catchy indie-pop songs with Beatles references (but punchier). They are excellent young performers and (as far as an Italian dude like me can tell) pretty cute guys - bah, let's just say that some girls will find them attractive... The band will open for The Editors on 02.19 at Terminal 5 and tour the US with the same British band and then with Portugal The Man in the following weeks. They were The Deli's Artist of the Month some time in 2008, they played one of our showcases just about one year ago, AND they also placed 14th in our Best of NYC 2009 Poll for emerging bands - which triggers a well deserved "WE TOLD YOU THEY'RE GOOD, WHY DIDN'T YOU BELIEVE US?!?". So... we really hope that the release of their new CD "Electric Toys" on April 27 will mark the beginning of this band's rise to stardom.


London Souls bring Rock'n'Roll to Gramercy Theater on 02.25

Just a few weeks before London Souls' show at Gramercy Theatre (on 02.25), the band unveiled their first official music video for “The Sound,” the epically resonant closing track of their yet-to-be-titled debut LP. Directed by Creative Control, comprised of duo Coodie and Chike (Mos Def, Pitbull, Kanye West), and Damon Dash, footage was filmed December 2009 in the Tribeca basement of DD172 – better known as the now-defunct DIY venue Under 100. (as posted in The Deli's Open Blog - post your band's entries, videos, and Mp3s here).



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