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Spend your Summer Listening to Plastic Weather

As temperatures rise, it’s hard to find music suitable for the antsy, feverish moods caused by hotter nights. Luckily for those living in Portland, Plastic Weather is around to provide the perfect outlet for that restlessness. A self-described “bratty synth punk” band, Plastic Weather makes dynamically angry synth-pop. Fast percussive stabs and short synth sustains make the music heavy, compelling, and great for dancing. The synth playing especially stands out, and introduces elements of prog-rock into their music. Without it, the band would not have the spacey 80's sci-fi soundscape that makes it so unique. The vocalist's echoing, disembodied vocals pair well with their melodramatic and abstract lyrics. Ultimately, Plastic Weather sounds like an angsty synth-pop band trapped in a feverish daydream but having a good time. - Avril Carrillo 
 
Plastic Weather’s next show will be June 10th with Planet Damn and GNäRDS at No Fun.

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The Deli's Guide to Northside Festival 2018 ft. El Silver Cabs, The Rizzos, Def.GRLS, Huck & More

Every year, emerging artists flock to Brooklyn for Northside Festival — the annual showcase that also happens to be New York City’s longest-running music and innovation festival. Starting on June 7, the festival will be celebrating its tenth anniversary with events scattered across Williamsburg, Greenpoint, and Bushwick. With over 300 bands performing (many simultaneously,) creating a schedule of shows can be quite overwhelming. That’s why The Deli NYC is here to help out! Below is a list of some of our critic’s picks, a multi-genre and multi-venue selection of NYC-based artists including everything from the jangly garage rock of El Silver Cabs to the R&B of Gemma. Still can’t decide where to go? Stream a playlist of the artists’ top songs below. - Lilly Milman (Pictured, a photo of El Silver Cabs by Jeanette D. Moses)

Thursday, June 7
Gemma @ Elsewhere Roof, 7 pm
Peaer @ Knitting Factory, 8 pm
The Rizzos @ The Gutter, 10:40 pm
El Silver Cabs @ The Gutter, 11:20 pm

Friday, June 8
Madam West @ Pet Rescue, 8:30 pm
Buck Meek @ Rough Trade, 9:05 pm
Ben Pagano & The Space Machine @ Little Skips, 9:30 pm
Def.GRLS @ Little Skips, 10 pm

Saturday, June 9
Huck @ Trans-Pecos, 1:15 pm
Lola Pistola @ Knitting Factory, 1:45 pm
Anna Altman @ Trans-Pecos, 9 pm
Belle-Skinner @ Gold Sounds Bar Stage, 9:30 pm
Bodega @ Our Wicked Lady, 9:30 pm
Human People @ Trans-Pecos, 9:45 pm

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David Madras - Singer/Songwriter new single "Hercules"

David Madras is a singer/songwriter from Toronto making nice sounding Americana/roots tunes. Similar to a Justin Townes Earle kinda vibe. He just released a new single “Hercules”. This track carries a nice rhythm with a crisp sounding lead guitar while lyrically it seems more melancholy. That dynamic helps add layers to the track as a whole. You can see Madras perform at Open Tuning on Clinton St. on June 9th. – Kris Gies





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Band name: 
DES
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/DESOfficialNY/
Venue name: 
Mercury Lounge
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Band name: 
Miles Francis
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
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Elsewhere
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