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Deli Best of Nashville 2012 - Submission Results!

The results are in from the Open Submissions stage for our Nashville Year End Poll for Emerging Artists. All of the submissions were ranked by Deli Editors from other scenes and the list of acts that have advanced to our Readers’/Fans’ Poll phase are below. We will also be releasing the list of nominees chosen by our local "scene expert" jurors very soon. 

We would like to thank all of the talented artists who submitted. It was our largest Open Submissions pool yet, and certainly a testament to how many rad acts we have in Nashville.
 
Qualified to the final phase of the Best of Nashville Poll:
 
 
Honorable Mentions (score above 7)
Andrew Leahey & the Homestead (Alt Country), Angel Snow (Indie Folk), Digital Jihad (Electronic), Greg Owens and the Whiskey Weather (Bluegrass), Lauren Rantala (Lounge Pop), Lines In the Sky (Prog Rock), Samantha Harlow (Country), The JAG (Psych Rock), The Last Royals (Indie Pop).
 
Jurors: Gracie Gutman (Deli SF), Ben Toledo (Deli Portland) Paolo De Gregorio (Deli NYC). 
 
The Deli's Staff
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Deli CMJ Indie Pop/Rock Stage at Spike Hill with Eytan & The Embassy, Mother Feather, Motive, The Last Royals + more

DETAILS ABOUT THIS SHOW & STREAMING COMPILATION OF ALL FEATURED BANDS HERE 

For Wednesday's Deli CMJ showcase at Spike Hill, expect a sweet crescendo from the sprightliest to the raunchiest of our pop/rock picks. Headlining the first half of the evening, featuring five of the city's upcoming Indie Pop artists, we're offering you the eccentricities of Eytan & The Embassy and the passionate ballads of duo The Last Royals, whose debut album is on the way. These two will be joined by Flying Points, a new record on the way, who will be opening show, followed by Fast Years, whose latest music video you should definitely be checking out if you haven't already, and the only solo artist of the lot, Ace Reporter.

Subtle transition into the second part of the night, Motive will be the first headliner of our Alt Rock stage, opening the dance with their delectable indie rock before co-headlining cock-rock outfit Mother Feather comes to take over with its flamboyant tease of an act, heating the crowds up for the last two bands of the evening. Next up will be self-dubbed 'weird rock' troubadours New Beard, and to conclude the night, you'll be entertained by the contemporary intepretations of back-to-basics rock&roll formulas served up by Raccoon Fighter. - In the pictures: Eytan & the Embassy and Mother Feather.

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CMJ Badges honored at all these shows according to each venue's allowed limits
TUESDAY 10.16
WEDNESDAY 10.17
THURSDAY 10.18
FRIDAY 10.19
SATURDAY 10.20
ROOTS STAGE 1

The Delancey
[downstairs] - $10

7:15 Backwords
8:00 The Reverend John Delore
8:50 Town Hall
9:40 Swear and Shake
10:30 Blonds
11:20 Laura Stevenson & the Cans
12:10 Everest Cale
1.00 The Bottom Dollars

POST-CHESTRAL STAGE
AVANT POP STAGE
The Delancey
[downstairs] - $10

7:00 American Royalty (LA)
7:50 Modern Rivals
8:40 Il Abanico
9:30 Conveyor
10:20 Dinosaur Feathers
11:10 Wildlife Control
12:00 Letting Up Despite Great Faults (LA/Austin)
12:50 Santah (Chicago)
01:30 Kiven (LA)
 
MOSTLY PSYCH STAGE 1
Pianos - [tickets here]
[downstairs] - $10/12
7:00 Poor Moon (Seattle)
7:50 Port St. Willow
8:40 Ava Luna
9:30 Murals (KY)
10:20 Foxygen
11:10 Snowmine
12:00 Mac Demarco (Montreal)
12:50 Hundred Waters
1:40 Young Magic
 
NOISY STAGE
Delinquency
[day show] - $8 Sugg.

1:50pm Bugs in the Dark
2:40pm Life Size Maps
3:30pm EULA
4:20pm The Everymen
5:10pm EndAnd
ROOTS STAGE 2

The Delancey
[upstairs]- free

INDIE POP STAGE
 
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Spike Hill
$7
ALT ROCK STAGE
 
ELECTRONIC STAGE
 
The Delancey
[upstairs] - free
7:00 Thomas Simon
7:40 Sewing Machines
8:20 Cultfever
9:00 Railbird
9:45 Maus Haus (SF)
10:30 Lushlife (Philly)
11:15 Dynasty Electric
12:00 Anomie Belle (Seattle)
12:45 Ducky
01:30 Drop Electric (DC)
 
MOSTLY PSYCH STAGE 2

Pianos
[upstairs] - free
6:15 Shy Hunters
7:00 New Myths
7:45 Anya Skidan
8:30 Cultfever
9:15 Moon King (Toronto)
10:00 Tashaki Miyaki (LA)
10:45 Field Mouse
11:30 Ex Cops

ANTI-FOLK STAGE

 
 
 
 
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The Last Royals releases album "Twistification" in January 2013

The Last Royals are two gentlemen out of Brooklyn who bonded (on a musical level) in 2010. Since then, singer/writer/producer, Eric James, and drummer,Mason Ingram, have been pouring their hearts out in song. Their upcoming record, “Twistification,” due out in January of next year, takes listeners on a quick-paced, joyful joyride. “Winter Waltz” is a short overture that contrasts with the remainder of “Twistification,” transitioning from melancholy to an eruption of bouncy synth-driven verses, defining the cheerful nature of the record. Upbeat highlights include “Friday Night,” “Wake Up,” and single, “Only the Brave,” which is currently available to the public. Mid-album, the tempo relaxes with the lush “All Over Again” but accelerates to the power- electro-pop “Good day to Be on the Radio.” The Last Royals will be amping up for tour in the fall and probably have a few plans up their sleeves for a record release fit for rock royalty. A 3 song teaser EP will be out on October 2nd on iTunes via Ooh La La Records. - Meijin Bruttomesso

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