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Lemme Adams Hungry Skinny Fox and the Law Electric Shepherd at Hemlock Tavern TONIGHT

Hemlock Tavern, a small bar that features great music acts, will be hosting a night of some bands bringing stylistic twists to the well-known rock and roll genre. Lemme Adams, who just released a new album, “Gorilla Back” this August, will be bringing some experimental psychedelic rock to the bill, bringing a trumpet and trombone twist to an otherwise eclectic daze sound. Hungry Skinny takes the classic blues rock sound and adds a dirty twist to it. Fox and the Law, coming from Seattle, bring a garage rock sound to the line-up, while mixing very unorthodox, but enchanting, vocals to the mix. Electric Shepherd, who just released their new single, “Glass Devil Blues,” use classic psychedelic riffs and breakdowns, a funky rhythm section, and a large amount of heavy drive to create their heavy psychedelic rock sound.

It’ll be a good night to catch some good ol’ rock n’ roll! Be sure to head on out! -Victor Casillas Valle





The Deli's Best of NYC Issue out! Read it online now!

Beloved Readers,

The 34th issue of The Deli - i.e. our Best of NYC 2013 issue - is out today, and you can read it online here

Enjoy!

The Deli's Staff





New Music Video for SF Indie Folk Duo - Ghost & Gale (From The Deli Open Blog)

Ghost & Gale is a dreamy folkrock duo based in the San Francisco Bay Area. A whiskey-warm baritone and a buttery alto, their music lends itself to golden evenings around a crackling campfire. Their debut EP, coming soon, will be an amalgam of living room sessions, where songs were born over late-night conversations and countless cups of tea. “Take Me to the Fire” is the first single the duo is releasing into the wild. Though Kickstarter, Ghost & Gale were able to raise enough money to make the music video for "Take Me to the Fire." The result is an epic tale of magic and survival, intensified by breathtaking visuals. Keep watching until the end -- the story takes an unexpected turn! -(from the Deli Open Blog) 

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The Aerosols Play Final Show Before Finishing New Album w/ Sugar Candy Mountain and Pale Blue Dot - Hemlock Tavern 4/13

The San Francisco based indie pop band, The Aerosols are performing live tomorrw night at Hemlock Tavern. Sugar Candy Mountain and Pale Blue Dot will be sharing the bill. The Aerosols have also announced that tomorrow night's show will be their last live performance before they begin to concentrate on finishing their upcoming album. If you're an avid follower of any of these bands, make sure you make it out to the show. For more details, and to RSVP, click here.





The Stone Foxes Release New Album February 12th, Rock SXSW March 15th

Like contemporaries The Black Keys, The Steepwater Band, and The Black Angels, SF’s The Stone Foxes summon the days of hard-driven blues-rock.

Their full-length album Small Fires, set to release February 12th, is suffused with fuzzy guitar riffs, heavy, seductive vocals and dark, simple choruses. Their single “Everybody Knows” alludes to Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Tell-Tale Heart,” weaving a sinister theme into a hard-hitting, disconsolate song. Small Fires delivers as pure a dose of rock as can be found today—gritty, spacious, and to-the-point.

Check them out at Amoeba Records on the 12th or in Oakland at the New Parish Music Hall on the 13th. - Tina Aita

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