x
the_deli_magazine

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

Cancel

Node Pic

Alt Rock

Node Pic



Shannon La Brie brings intimate blues rock to Alley Taps 12/03

Whether she's accompanied by keys, or her full band, Shannon La Brie is a force to be reckoned with. Her smoky, powerhouse vocals are raw and intimate, much like her songs, and she deals in melancholy and old-school blues rock. Think Adele with a dash of home-fried southern twang and you might get close. Check out Shannon La Brie, at Alley Taps 12/03 and in the meantime stream her below.-Olivia Sisinni

Node Pic



Buzz Alert: Cheena takes their twang-punk to Europe

Busting out of the city's underbelly, Cheena, a 5-piece twang-punk band, churns out tunes for NY nocturnals and is quickly proving a place among the streets that artists like Lou Reed and the Dolls once called home. Their latest album, Spend the Night With..., smacks of NYC glitz and grit, and belches out anarcho-anthems for lawless nights spent in packed, sweaty rock clubs. It's probably not fair to say that Cheena sounds like New York, but you'll find that the glam and gutter goodness--the sneering, New York-cool--all baked in between the catchy melodies and reckless riffs. The band is currently on a Euro-tour so hold yourself over until they return by streaming them below. - Olivia Sisinni 

Node Pic



New Track: "Bart To The Future, Pt. 2: The Musical" - Modern Baseball

Philly's own Modern Baseball just contributed a new track to 30 Days, 30 Songs (now 50 songs), a compilation written & recorded by artists for a Trump-free America. "Bart To The Future, Pt. 2: The Musical" is named after a Simpsons episode that humorously foretold of a Trump presidency. Well, we're not really laughing now, but hopefully we will be come Wednesday morning. So get out to vote tomorrow & FUCK TRUMP!

Node Pic



Max Fite share video for "The Devil in Me", new EP out now

Upcoming L.A. rock group Max Fite has recently released a new EP called Shake It On Down. Lead singer and guitarist Max Fitelson paints a beautiful, visual picture on the video for “Devil In Me”, a single off of the new album. The song opens with Fitelson emerging from a shipwrecked boat on the beach with a woman walking along the shore. Devil In Me has an amazing rock ballad, similar to that of The Killers or Gaslight Anthem. With beautiful guitar solos to back up Fitelson’s imaginary lyrics, this lively rock group creates a scene of incredible yearning for something that is no longer there, the innocence of childhood: “Then we get to grow up old, learn about the worlds disease. They said gods with you, he’s no where to be seen.”

If you missed out on their release party, don’t fret! They will be playing at The Viper Room on December 5th, or pick up Shake Me On Down from iTunes. - Kayla Hay

|
Node Pic



Sunhaze Releases New Music: Wishful Thinking

Sunhaze has released their debut album entitled, Wishful Thinking. Sunhaze originated from the vision of Danae Labraña, a San Francisco transplant hailing from the shores of Santa Barbara. Fellow San Francisco State alumni Priscilla del Rosario with Erin Walter then added their native Bay Area-influenced elements to a handful of Labraña's singer-songwriter works. The last two additions Brandon Iljas and Aaron Chin completed the lineup soon after and as a group, they began molding their sound.

|
|
|

- news for musician and music pros -

Loading...