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The Deli Philly's Featured Artist(s) Poll Winner: Fast Car Slow Car

Fast Car Slow Car’s Breshon Martzall surprisingly stated that he really didn’t have too many influences while recording his debut album, Dadas, which was produced by fellow Straw Hats bandmate/The Districts’s Rob Grote. After his first attempt to make “raps and trap beats” at age 19, the fledgling artist was simply “winging it” with the crooning-style on his first official solo release. The loose, casual, soulful baritone on the recordings is certainly not a sound that you’d expect to come out of the basement DIY scene of Philly, which immediately caught our attention, as well as many others, making Fast Car Slow Car our most recent Deli Philly poll winner. So check out our latest Featured Artist interview with Breshon below!

The Deli: How did you start making music?

Breshon Martzall: I started getting serious about recording when I was around 19. I started recording raps and trap beats in my room, but never thought I quite nailed the energy. This project kinda started as me eventually transitioning from that.

TD: Where did the name Fast Car Slow Car come from?

BM: A friend of mine, who's playing drums in the band actually, was reading me some lyrics of his and I misheard a line. But I liked the phrase, and went with it.

TD: What are your biggest musical influences?

BM: I didn't have too many influences for many of the sounds on the only record. The crooning sounds like it'd be influenced, but I was mainly just winging it. But performance-wise, one day it'd be cool to have the swag of Electric Light Orchestra or George Clinton or something.

TD: What artists (local, national and/or international) are you currently listening to?

BM: The last three searches on my Spotify are AC/DC, Deerhoof, and Whodini.

TD: What's the first concert that you ever attended and first album that you ever bought?

BM: My first concert I went to out of fandom was Blue Oyster Cult, and my first CD I think was the Like Mike soundtrack…haha.

TD: What do you love about Philly?

BM: Arctic Splash.

TD: What do you hate about Philly?

BM: Beverage Tax.

TD: What are your plans for 2019?

BM: Tour a bunch, record a full-length, hopefully get some opening slots.

TD: What was your most memorable live show?

BM: We've only played three shows so far. But our first one was with a local band called Body Meat; their set was dope.

TD: What's your favorite thing to get at the deli?

BM: Lee's Deli in West Philly isn't really a deli. But for some reason, it says that on the sign. Everybody talks about the fire skrimp so I got a skrimp burger…lol. 

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New Track: "Glass House" - Eleby

The "pro-bee" quartet of Eleby is back with a new single, called “Glass House”. Airy keys and an ominous bassline converge creating a delicate yet determined dynamic. Hushed vocal layers linger like remnants of a secret whispered. Softly sung, revealing lyrics inhabit an intimate space, before the band locks in for an extended groove to close things out.





New Queen of Jeans LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Topshelf Records recently released Queen of Jeans's new LP If you're not afraid, I'm not afraid. Serene, personal narratives reveal intimate, inner workings with a resounding clarity. One becomes swept up by the breezy, beautiful atmospherics. On Friday, September 6, Boot & Saddle will host the trio’s album release celebration, with support from Gladie. (Photo by Bob Sweeney)





New Treasure Box EP Available for Streaming & Download

you and the sky is the latest release from Timothy MacIsaac, a.k.a. Treasure Box. The EP merges a calm/chaotic dichotomy, mirroring the desire for tranquility in a complex cluttered world. Whispy vocals hover in the lo-fi, fuzzed-out, noise-laden sonics. Sift through the array of textures, and embrace the dreamy, experimental ambiance.

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