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The Deli's Best Emerging Philly Artists 2017: Indie Pop Poll Is Up!

The Deli's Yearly Best Emerging Philly Artists Poll keeps rolling along this week with some talented indie-pop acts. You can now take a listen to them HERE, and vote for your favorite artist. Also, remember to check back next week to see who ends up atop our latest list!

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Loose Buttons release "Sundays With" EP during Pianos residency

New York's very own Loose Buttons have been at it for ten years, and some already-released tracks from their upcoming EP -- titled Sundays With Loose Buttons -- already prove that the band's still in it for more. We wrote about a single from this EP -- "Milk & Roses" -- back in December, but you can stream the newest track, called "Between Brick Walls", below.

Loose Buttons are currently doing a month-long residency at PIANOS in the Lower East Side. After tonight, they'll play also on on February 15th and February 22nd, just ahead of the release, which is scheduled for February 24th. Keep an eye out for it. - Will Sisskind

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New Shelf Life EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

More of Double, the latest EP from Shelf Life, stirs, led in most part by strumming acoustic guitar with flecks of keys/electronics. Open honesty compels in an unguarded manner as the lyrics dig deep below the surface. These pared-back songs pull one closer, placing the spotlight on the lyrics and leaving it open to interpretation. The overall feel is endearing. Soak in the delicate melancholy remembrance, and head out to All Night Diner this Friday, February 10, where Shelf Life is slated on a bill that also includes Brittle Brian, Chef Kiss, and Microsoft Saint.

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Psychic Selves blend psych, pop and punk, play Shea Stadium on 2/15

In 2016, Brooklyn’s indie psych rockers Psychic Selves released a quality 7 song mini-album entitled "Lucid Night.".  While the band continues working on new material and plays select live shows, these tracks provides ample opportunity for immersion into their sound. Opening track “Ratio” is dual guitar riff driven, as flange-effects pair against brighter tones, recreating surf/psychedelic vibes reminiscent of early Beach Fossils.  Featured single “Goodnight Luna” (streaming below) builds off that foundation, emphasizing melodic hooks via a note-for-note matched vocal phrasing and guitar figure. With the chorus transitioning into a smoother vocal phase, bass guitar and drums provide the driving force on its latter half double-time cadence.  Pitch-bended melancholia emerge on instrumentals “And the Truth Pt 1 + 2,”pop elements on vocal heavy “Masochist” and punk aggression on both “War Head” and “Crazy Tasty.” Psychic Selves play Shea Stadium on 2/15 with Wolf Diamond, The Rizzos and Lunch Ladies. - Dave Cromwell

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Answering Machine brings bubbly pop punk tunes to Sunnyvale on 02.15

With the Woman’s March taking over just a few weeks ago, girl power is at its very high  - in NYC in particular - and a much needed force nowadays - anywhere in the world. Brooklyn trio Answering Machine expresses that power musically through bubbly yet kick ass punk pop that incorporates every type of emotion into one song (whether cheerful, woeful, or frantic). Check out their debut EP here and see them live at Sunnyvale on February 15th. - Jocelyn Huggler

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