x
the_deli_magazine

This is a preview of the new Deli charts - we are working on finalizing them by the end of 2013.


Go to the old Top 300 charts

Cancel

Node Pic

Bondage & Discipline

Node Pic



The Deli Philly's Best of 2014 Fans'/Readers' Poll Results

Deli Readers,

The Deli Philly's Best of 2014 Fans'/Readers' Poll for local emerging artists is over - thanks to all those who casted their vote in support of the emerging local bands and artists in our list of nominees! 

Stay tuned for the composite chart, to be released soon, which will include details about the points that our nominees accumulated from the jurors' and Deli writers' votes, and we'll crown The Deli's Best Emerging Philly Artist(s) of 2014.

Here are some tunes by the three top performers in this stage, and below are also the top 5 with links to each act's music.

1. Ben Kessler (pictured)


---

2. Those People


---

3. The Mellowells


---

Here's this poll's top 5 chart, full results can be found here

PHILLY'S BEST OF 2014 - FANS'/READERS' POLL RESULTS
 
Artists
Votes
 
1
Ben Kessler 299
2
Those People 250
icon
3
The Mellowells 172
icon
4
Bondage & Discipline 145
icon
5
Cave People 137
icon

 

Cheers, 

The Deli's Staff

Node Pic



Free Download: "Confession" - Bondage & Discipline

Below is the second single from Bondage & Discipline called "Confession," which you can stream and download below. The former guys and gal of The National Rifle continue in the direction that they began to follow towards the end of their previous recording catalogue, as shimmering synths and emotive vocals wash over the octane-fueled jams of yesteryear. Their latest track was recorded at South Philly's Cambridge Sound Studios with producer, Todd Mecaughey. The group's debut album is expected to be release in the spring of 2015.

|
Node Pic



Tutlie Radiating at Bourbon & Branch July 18

Tutlie has been continually evolving since they first arrived on the Philly music scene from West Chester, but Jessie Radlow’s sultry, wispy vocals has always been the beacon of light helping to guide their musical ship. Tonight, she’ll radiate live on stage at Bourbon & Branch where Tutlie will be joined by up-and-comers Bondage & Discipline and New God. Ever since The National Rifle announced their name & lineup change to Bondage & Discipline, they have found a synth-laden new voice. And with new songs being unveiled as they work on their debut album aimed for release in 2015, it will be a perfect time to catch up on what the group has been up to lately. And if the recent single, “Firework,” from New God’s upcoming LP is any indication, then they are definitely going to be an act to pay attention to in the future. Bourbon & Branch, 705 N. 2nd St., 8pm, $10, 21+ - Bill McThrill

Node Pic



Bondage & Discipline Play Inaugural Show at Kung Fu Necktie Tonight

It came as a shock to many when supercharged, electronically-infused punk band The National Rifle announced that they were disbanding and starting a new project in late 2013. But the bands remaining members Hugh Morretta, Lynna Stancato, and Buddy Mazzenga used their downtime to create a bold new project, Bondage & Discipline, that relies more heavily on the electronic beats and female vocals that they utilized so well as The National Rifle.
 
If the debut track "Only Your Love" is any indication, they don’t steer too far from the melodic, stomping-good tracks of old. Tonight’s debut performance will be a good preview of even more of the tracks that they recorded at Cambridge Sound for a forthcoming album. It will also be a show that nearly marks the 5th anniversary of Revolution I Love You’s first show. It will be a good time to celebrate with the band that has been doing big things since releasing their latest EP Atlantic Ocean.  The lineup will be rounded out by Sandcastle.  Kung Fu Necktie, 1250 N. Front St, 7PM, $5 21+ – Bill McThrill
|
|

- news for musician and music pros -

Loading...