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From the digital submissions: Airlands prepares sophomore LP

Brooklyn based artist Kevin Calaba performs under the moniker Airlands, a sophisticated art pop project that's about to release its second studio album. Calaba's liquid vocals encapsulate passion and longing. Single 'Love & Exhale' (streaming), off last year's self-titled debut album, is an intense ballad exuding almost mystical peace and tranquility; it will please the fans of Peter Gabriel from the 'So' years. The record is a perfect collection of music for the end of a long day, something many New Yorkers may appreciate. - Amanda McCall

This artist submitted music for coverage here.

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Covey plays Great Scott 5.10

There’s a peaceful tide that will wash over you when listening to Boston’s Covey. Each track is suffused with a comforting warmth that’s echoed in the gentle guitar chords and Tom Freemans’ textured croons, a sense of familiarity permeates the simple melodies. Though they have only released two singles since 2013, Covey has already a clearly developed sound for themselves that has left us anxious for more. Keep tabs on their Facebook page for any news on new music and join Covey at Great Scott on May 10.

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Buzz Alert: Diet Cig tours the UK + plays Baby's All Right on 06.10

With their easy melodies, honest lyrics and unpretentious attitude, Brooklyn via New Paltz garage-pop duo Diet Cig has been winning many fun seeking hearts since the release of their debut EP, appropriately titled 'Over Easy.' The band recently announced a two week tour of the UK scheduled for the second half of May, immediately after the US tour they are currently embarked on. They'll be back in NYC on June 10 with a show at Baby's All Right.

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Future Twin Releases New Track - Are You Rested (Enough Yet)?

San Francisco's one-woman tour-de-force, Future Twin, has recently dropped the brand new single, Are You Rested (Enough Yet)? Take a listen to this lovely, moody new effort by a San Francisco staple. 

Future Twin is a San Francisco-based creative, fresh and energetic shoegaze outfit… or punkadelic… or moongaze… or old-time soul creative orb of sound. We´re excited to here some new music and are always happy to share the art of such a talented local musician.

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CANADIAN MUSIC WEEK - TOP GUN PICKS!

Canadian Music Weeks gets goin tonight right here in Toronto. Here are some bands you should keep on your radar!

Bike Thiefs - Monday May 2 @ Bovine Sex Club

3 piece alt-punk group out of Mississauga. Their name may be grammatically incorrect but if the Maple Leafs can do it then why not Bike Thiefs too.

The Naked Wild - Tuesday May 3 @ Bovine Sex Club

Catchy pop-rock group from Toronto. Past winners of the Delis Band of the Month Poll. Formerly a 3 piece but now employ a full time drummer. Go enjoy these easy rock tunes.

  Stonetrotter - Tuesday May 3 @ Cameron House

Soulful rock n roll out of Barrie. Real Canadian tunes with nice harmonies and mellow guitarmonies. Cut from the same cloth as the Sheepdogs.

 

 Pony - Wednesday May 4 @ The Silver Dollar Room

I've been waitin' to hear more from Pony. Hoping for a new record from them soon. These gals play very nice lo-fi garage pop that'll hook you instantly.

Pet Sun - Wednesday May 4 @ Smiling Buddha AND Friday May 6 @ Lee's Palace

One of our favorites here at the Deli. Pet Sun comes from Hamilton with top notch doom garage. They are about to take over so don't miss either of these opportunities to see them "before it was cool"

Ol'CD - Thursday May 5 @ Handlebar

Garage/surf/psych/all around awesome friggin' tunes. This band will make you want to party...straight up. They go on super late on Thursday so you'll be primed and ready. Don't even think about working on Friday.

Chastity - Friday May 6 @ Velvet Underground

Very mysterious band out of Whitby. Interesting tunes with cool arrangements and a laziness to the vocals that keeps you concentrated. Alt-rock with a progessive twist.

Get a CMW Pass and enjoy! -Kris Gies

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