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


Node Pic

Kenny Segal

Node Pic

Bür Gür's new music video is about your creepy neighbor (Mild NSFW)

The sloshy dreampop duo Corbin Clarke and Makan Negahban, aka Bür Gür have released a music video for their newest single "Neighbors", herald of the forthcoming religious lapse Have You Lost Your Faith in God?

Their debut LP Alligator Cheesecake, a panoply of chilled electronic lights and hip hop sighs, placed Clarke and Negahban in the headlights of DIY upstart label Noise Met Sound, whose roster includes the brilliant Lawrence Lindell, Gypsy Eyes, and Inner Ecstasy. Now with "Neighbors", Bür Gür takes a confident second step forward into the waves of psych-pop while keeping their composure slick.

The "Neighbors" music video wrestles with Phil Miller's creepy stare, tossing salads in the bachelor pad, and the victim complex of Ryan Lars Bergmann (Mothers of Gut, Retox). Directed by HABITS mastermind Dustin Krapes, and featuring Le'lani Lan'caster (Retox, Washing Machines), "Neighbors" is as intrusive as a porno breaking the fourth wall, and probably three times as danceable.

Bür Gür's sophomore album Have You Lost Your Faith in God? is slated for an early 2016 release via LA micro-label How To Be A Microwave. Catch Clarke and Negahban performing Tuesday, November 24th at the Silverlake Lounge with Milo, Kenny Segal, Signor Benedict, and Safari Al. - Ryan Mo

Node Pic

Goodnight Cody's Toy Beat magic will light up Low End Theory

Cody Farwell's music reminisces on Japanese RPGs while seemlessly blending elements from his extensive musical past. The multi-instrumentalist has been a part of numerous projects ranging from '70s punk to reggae dub and Latin jazz, and his induction to the heady electronic collective TeamSupreme as Snorlax has produced countless Cypher mixes with the likes of Kenny Segal, JNTHN STEIN, Preston Walker (Virtual Boy), and Great Dane.

Now, Farwell is unveiled as Goodnight Cody in his label debut Wide as the Moonlight, Warm as the Sun: 16 levels of textured, contrapuntal melodies that perfectly evoke heroic NES adventures and bright-eyed fantasies. Gameboy atmospherics meets Sesame Street jams meets Steven Universe aesthetics — it's like everything and nothing you've ever heard before. Goodnight Cody plays tonight in an 18+ show with Daedelus, Elusive, and Kodak to Graph along with the Low End Theory mainstays Daddy Kev, Nobody, D-Styles, and Nocando. Listen to the featured track "Alone on this Island" below and find his debut album on Daedelus' label Magical Properties, out now. - Ryan Mo

Node Pic

The Cutting Room celebrates Culture Remixed 4th Anniversary at R Studio

Culture Remixed and Sumo Hair come together for the third Cutting Room experience, celebrating four years of beat coverage by Culture Remixed! Come early to clean it up at downtown LA’s Studio R with cuts from Sumo Hair, then get dirty with sets from Aztlan Quetzal, Luke Cage, Josh Spoon, Nite N Dae, Point 10, and Rob Bliss.

Julián Félix is the man behind Culture Remixed, covering the Los Angeles Beat scene, emerging Latina/o electronic artists, and independent labels around the globe. As a writer, community college professor, and moonlighting DJ/visual artist, Félix began covering Lincoln Height’s experimental hip hop and electronic music purveyor Low End Theory, and started Culture Remixed as a way to improve his DJing. He has since branched out to write and feature producers across the country and in LA’s backyard, including Open Mike Eagle, Bür Gür, and Kenny Segal. Along with his bread-and-butter, Félix also spins jazz, soul, funk, R&B, Afro beat, and more from Boyle Heights’ Radio Sombra.

Stream Culture Remixed at Radio Sombra every Saturday Night from 6-8pm PST, and check out the eclectic lineup tomorrow, free from 7pm – 1am! - Ryan Mo


- news for musician and music pros -