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

Indie Rock

Node Pic



Talker drops video for new track "Learning The Feeling"

Celeste Tauchar of talker has received plenty of press in the past year, what with her releasing her debut EP Horror Films back in February and wowing audiences show after show. Not looking to slack off before the end of the year, Tauchar has released her new single "Learning The Feeling", as well as the intense music video for the track. It is the follow-up to her previous music video for "Keep Me Safe", a slow burner in which Tauchar sang about waiting for truth. "Learning The Feeling" symbolizes that moment, as Tauchar's voice explodes with energy in the chorus, letting everything that had bubbled within her over the past year boil over. Take a look at the video for yourself below. - Will Sisskind

|
Node Pic



Warmth

Post Punk trio Warmth have released their debut self-titled debut EP. The album was recorded three years ago suddenly appeared on bandcamp last week.

This is the work of three of the editors, Sasha Tycko (guitar & vox), Jolene Whatevr (bass & vox), and Noah Jones (drums), of The Sick Muse, a zine for and by DIY Chicago.

|
Node Pic



Announcing the 2020 Burger Boogaloo Lineup

Today the folks at Burger Boogaloo announced the 2020 line up with a nice holiday ticket special. The Oakland punk festival takes place again at Mosswood Park in Oakland and will feature our beloved host, Mr. John Waters. This year's lineup is full of some oldies and goodies. After not having played a Bay Area show in 25 years Bikini Kill brings their feminist punk to the evening stage, alongside folks like San Francisco punk legends Flipper. Sweet and solid Oakland cuties The Younger Lovers are coming along and they're worth the trip right there. The delightful Plastic Bertrand is gracing our good ol' fashioned Ameican stage and let’s hope he plays a little “Hula Hoop,” baby. Stay tuned for more on the festival and in the meantime, please practice your hula hooping. -Michelle Kicherer, Associate Editor

Node Pic



Graphics @ Cafe Mustache (12/12)

Three piece instrumental rock group Graphics is preparing to release their debut cassette, Meaninglessnessless, this weekend via Planted Tapes. Earlier this year the trio released a live recording called “Orotund” which can give you sense of the complex rhythms they manage to create on just guitar, bass, and drums.

You can help Graphics celebrate the release on December 12th at Cafe Mustache with Norman Long and Drosophila.

|
Node Pic



Nick Ferrio - Indie Roots Rocker hits the Rivoli 12.14

Nick Ferrio is a singer/songwriter based in Peterborough. Often compared to the likes of Blue Rodeo; Ferrio makes solid roots rock tunes but adds a modern indie twist. You can hear this on “Anxiety” from his 2018 album “Have A Nice Day”. It’s a mellow folk rock tune with jangly guitars and relatable lyrics in today’s world. Ferrio will be in Toronto at the Rivoli on December 14th with Lenny Bull and Side Hustle. – Kris Gies

|
|
|

- news for musician and music pros -

Loading...