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The Textiles to play Pianos 2/4

Remember The Bravery? Well, they may be MIA, but there’s a new band in town producing a familiar vintage sound called The Textiles. The trio, hailing from Brooklyn by way of Chicago, have a decided new-wave influence, but their rock 'n' roll style makes you want to tap your feet and get up and dance. Their latest release, “Mood Revival,” is no exception (stream below), but The Textiles are a band to be experienced live, so catch them on February 4th when they play Pianos wit thelvnguage.-Jocelyn Huggler

 

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The Walters

The Walters recently released a video for their new single “She’s Gonna Leave You”.

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The Walters

The Walters recently released a video for their new single “She’s Gonna Leave You”.

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Ticket Giveaway: Cold Cave at Underground Arts This Saturday

Darkwavers rejoice as former Philly native Wesley Eisold, a.k.a. Cold Cave, returns to the City of Brotherly Love this Saturday, January 21 at Underground Arts with Drab Majesty and DJ Shari Vari (Void Vision). To enter for a chance to win a pair of tix, just send an email to thedelimagazinephiladelphia@gmail.com with the subject line "Heartworm". Please also include your cell number in the body of the message (in case of an emergency). Good luck! (Photo by Tiffany Cruz)

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New Allison Crutchfield LP Available for Streaming

Allison Crutchfield first cut her teeth in music in high school, co-fronting The Ackleys with her sister Katie (of now Waxahatchee fame). They were later inspired to form pop-punk outfit P.S. Eliot after catching a So So Glos performance in their native home state of Alabama. Allison began appearing on The Deli Philly site with her band Swearin', and later on charmed us with her lo-fi solo effort, Lean Into It. And after the initial spin of her new LP Tourist In This Town, via NPR Music's First Listen, we are totally lovin' it, and predict that 2017 is going to be a most excellent year for the talented artist. The album officially comes out January 27 via Merge Records, and her hometown record release show will be held on Friday, February 10 at the First Unitarian Church, where she'll be joined by her backing band The Fizz, as well as good buddies Radiator Hospital, Pinkwash, Empath, and Try The Pie.

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