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Deli Premiere: Garage rockers, God Tiny drop new single "Cosmos"

For those out there searching for an artist that perfectly balances the sounds of garage and psych while proudly wearing a strong blues influence on their sleeves, Brooklyn-based five-piece, God Tiny, might be exactly what the doctor ordered (think Blue Cheer but with a more friendly, modern facelift). We here at the Deli are excited to premiere the band's latest single: "Cosmos." The track lays down grooves chock full of fuzzy garage goodness, but also offers bluesy riffs that hit like a sledgehammer (stream it below). Be sure to keep your eyes peeled for The Space Inside Your Head, the band's new album out 5/26, and catch the band live the same day at the Knitting Factory alongside Stuyedeyed, Ghost King, and Greasy Hearts. - Olivia Sisinni  

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

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Damn Jackals celebrate EP release at Mercury tonight (04.28)

Jackals have the reputation for being sly, wild, and dangerous, so it's fitting that a Brooklyn-based noisy, garage-punk quintet would steal their name. With vocals that snarl, beats that kick and a delrious mashing of psych and punk aesthetics Damn Jackals deliver the type of garage rock that riles up crowds. On the band's latest video for new single "Stop N' Cop," singer/guitarists Beau Croxton croons his way through a surprisingly smooth melodic hook and growls through the verses with the blitzed-out filter of an am radio. This, accompanied by blistering instrumentals and visuals that reflect the playfulness of the band, make "Stop N' Cop," a track you don't want to sleep on. Keep your eyes peeled for the band's new EP "That's It" out tomorrow 4/28, and catch them live tonight at the Mercury Lounge. - Olivia Sisinni, Photo credit: Will Foster

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THE EFFENS - GLAM GRUNGE AT THE BOVINE!

How bout a grunge/glam combo? Thats The Effens. Their video for "Burn Blush" is actually kind of hard to watch. It's like an episode of Fear Factor watching this worm thing hang on to some guy's face....and then it goes ON HIS EYEBALL...wipe that thing off already! Anyways the song is quite good...very heavy on the grunge rock. Simple and sludgy downstrokes on the guitar set the tone for the whole song. The Effens play Bovine Sex Club on May 13th with Ol'CD and The Leslie Spits. Kris Gies

 

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New Littler EP Available for Streaming

Bad Hand, the new EP from quartet Littler, will be released on both 7” (Disposable America /Yellow K) and cassette (Disposable America/Anxiety Pop) on April 28, but you can stream it now at The Fader. Interspersing mellowing waves of acceptance, while also exhibiting aggressive points of raw, emotive venting, the album continually shifts perspective. In the midst, they find a melodic middle ground between peaks of peacefulness and potency. The band has a series of West Coast dates (including a record release show) that start next week.

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Twiggy Branches debuts its Garage Glam live: tonight at Gateway (4/26)

Twiggy Branches plays the kind of rock 'n' roll you thought was dead. With snarling vocals and driving instrumentals, the NY-based artist is making a strong argument that it's worth reviving. The band's music straddles the line between garage-punk and old-school glam, but it's the loose, uncalculating "classic rock" grit that really makes their tracks worthy of multiple plays. Check out Twiggy Branches' "Never Gonna Be Tall" streaming below, and catch them tonight live at The Gateway alongside Plaid Dracula and Better Head. - Olivia Sisinni

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