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Bryant Park hosts third annual Emerging Music Festival on 8.18 & 8.19

When it comes to the local NYC scene, Bryant Park’s Emerging Music Festival (EMF) is the place to be. Returning for its third year, the festival is a hotbed for community and creativity. As the city’s only exclusively local festival, EMF is a can’t miss opportunity for everyone interested in keeping up to date with the scene. And the best part is that entrance is completely free of charge (and there isn’t even a line to get in!) The two day event will take place on August 18th and 19th, and will feature bands like Landlady, 79.5, Rips, and more. Until then, listen to The Deli’s playlist of all the performers streaming below. - Lilly Milman 





Alt Folk

Time: 
20:00
Band name: 
Moon Days
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/moondaysmusic/
Venue name: 
PhilaMOCA
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Indie / Songwriters

Band name: 
Most Selfless Cheerleader
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/mostselflesscheerleader/?ref=br_rs
Venue name: 
Johhny Brenda's
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Folk

Band name: 
Hoots and Hellmouth
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/hootsandhellmouth/
Venue name: 
The Boot & Saddle
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Wet Mut Makes Rotten, Poppy Folk Music

At first, it comes as a surprise that a band as traditionally folksy as Wet Mut could come from New York. However, a closer look at their new single “Girl from the North Country” (streaming below) reveals unconventional elements like scratching, slow guitars and broken male-female harmonies. These sounds belong somewhere between the freak-folk groups of New England and mainstream complainers like Sufjan Stevens. By reimagining classic folk music with New York influences, Wet Mut saves themselves from making that tired Coachella folk-pop that you don't want to hear—instead, their original tracks quietly challenge with a sound they've let sour just enough. All Bandcamp proceeds from their LP Nightlight are going to a Providence-based anti-fracking organization. -Allie Miller

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