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A Deli Premiere: Dougmore "Outer boroughs" from upcoming LP

From the first pluck of the banjo to the delicate, muted horn arrangement, “Outer Boroughs,” the title track on Dougmore’s debut LP expels warmth with elegant bluegrass and dreamy folk/americana arrangements. On 'Outerboros,' Dougmore is self-aware and his lyrics are vivd with a lucidity and assuredness that feels fresh and sincere. The album features 10 tracks that showcase his craft as a composer, songwriter, and vocalist, as well as Dougmore’s instrumental virtuosity, particularly on the banjo. The record is scheduled for a June 2 release. - Geena Kloeppel

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PREMIERE: Barra Brown - "Poem No. 8: The Thread (feat. Gregory Uhlmann)"

*photo by Reed Ricker

Conceptually speaking, the basis of Barra Brown's Poem Project is something to pay much attention to. Coming out on Cavity Search next month, Poem Project takes Barra Brown's single "Poem" and sees it interpreted by eight different musicians from across the country. From members of groups like Ages and Ages, The Shins and Radiation City among others, Poem Project's participating artists breathe new life into an already amazing song.

Under a set of specific parameters, each artist was allowed to play with the original structure of the song while providing their own lyrics as part of the transformation. The one of particular focus today is from Los Angeles folk musician Gregory Uhlmann, who produced the softly intimate folk of "Poem No. 8: The Thread." Uhlmann's orchestration has made for a beautifully minimal track, led by rich vocals and slow, warm instrumentation.

Listen to "Poem No. 8: The Thread" below and be on the lookout for Poem Project's release April 7.

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Karen Elson's Highly Anticipated Record "Double Roses"

Karen Elson recently released a single, “Call Your Name” off her upcoming album Double Roses, slated for release on April 7th and the record release show is set to be one for the history books. The album coveres some of the emotional states and self-discovery after her divorce from Jack White and includes collaborations with Father John Misty and Patrick Carney. 

-Andrew Strader

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Soulful indie-folk from Balitmore's Andrew Spencer Goldman

Baltimore indie-folk veteran Andrew Spencer Goldman is back with a soulfully meditative E.P, A Secret Spell.   Known previously for his work under the name Fulton Lights, Goldman provides the perfect soundtrack to 2 AM summer porch chats and nighttime drives through the burbs as he pontificates on the meaning of music and life itself.

Here is Andrew Spencer Goldman with a song from his new EP, A Secret Spell.

 

-Written by Michael Dranove

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Electronic singer-songwriter Haux plays Baby's All Right on 04.27 + tours

Haux’s music belongs to a breed of dream-folk that knocks the air right out of your lungs. The NYC-based (via London) singer-songwriter recently released a remix package of his song “Caves,” a hushed, atmospheric composition with hints of drama and the catch and release of gingerly-built tension. We are streaming below the original version from last year's EP "All We've Known." Haux will be playing live on April 27 at Baby's All Right, and will be on tour this summer in North America and Europe. - Geena Kloeppel

We added this song to The Deli's playlist of Best mellow songs by emerging NYC artists - check it out!

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