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The Deli's Best Emerging Philly Artists' Poll Begins With... the Indie Rock Category!

Dear Deli Readers,

Every year, in the early months, The Deli polls several local music enthusiasts/experts to ask their opinion about the best emerging Philly-based artists that got them excited in the previous twelve months. We, therefore, list these artists on our local homepage, in a Readers' Poll, whose results contribute in deciding The Deli Philly's Artist of the Year.

In an effort to give you more time to check out all the nominated bands this year, we have decided to stretch the readers' polls a little, and instead of posting a huge list of artists all at once, we will activate one genre-related poll every five days or so.

We begin today with bands in the Indie Rock category! You can find the poll at the top right of our homepage, and you can cast your vote HERE.

We see our yearly polls as a fun way to engage our readers and the artists involved, and we hope that they will get both to discovery new local acts who deserve attention.

Much love,

The Folks at The Deli

P.S. To group all artists in these categories, we had to "stretch" things a little for a few of the artists that didn't precisely fit any of the wide musical umbrellas most other acts fell under - we hope that we can be forgiven for that.

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Check Out the New Music Video for Greyson Anderson's Cover of Sheryl Crow's "If It Makes You Happy"

Vocalist and frontman, Greyson Anderson, briefly departs from the grungy conventions of the Nashville hard rock staple, Dogs of Oz, to cover a country classic. Though he stays true to the cathartic, sentimental characteristics of the tune, his heavier sonic influences can be detected. Playing and recording all the instruments himself, Anderson blends elements of his brand of Nashville garage/grunge with an unapologetic pop vocal sensibility. The video, featuring Anderson at a variety of locations aound Nashville, paints a picture of an unabashed young rocker willing to own an enthusiasm that might prove unsexy in a somtimes hyper-self-consciously hip rock scene. - Andrew Strader

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GOODBYE HONOLULU - RELEASE PARTY FRIDAY!

Goodbye Honolulu are makin' a name for themselves with their garage-pop tunes these days. They keep the fuzz turned up without losing any of their catchy hooks and vocals. If the guitar licks don't keep you interested then the group vocals will. You won't be bored listening to these tunes. Goodbye Honolulu will be releasing a brand new single this Friday and the Release Party goes down at The Smiling Buddha with Wine Lips and Ruthless Ones. For now enjoy their most recent single "Codeine" - Kris Gies

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The Deli Philly's Featured Artist(s) Poll Winner: Tinmouth

A former hardcore drummer, Guitar Center kid, and gal with “the rage” want to form a band so they head over to Craigslist… Though that might sound like the beginning of an odd, dirty joke, that’s the scenario that lies at the origin of our recent Featured Artist(s) Poll Winner, Tinmouth. Timothy Tebordo (guitar/vocals), Aaron Sternick (bass/vocals), and Alyssa Shea (drums/vocals) have been working on their upcoming album, Surprise Time, for the past year and a half with Dave Downham at Gradwell House, and are “pretty psyched” to drop it this spring. Check out what else they’ve been up to and what they are all about in our latest interview with the Philly indie rock trio HERE!
 

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Second Child to bring their psych-folk to Pianos 2/11

Having a stressful day today? Need something to calm your nerves? After all, it is the day after Inauguration Day.  Second Child’s psychedelic-folk music might just help you relieve all the anger and anxiety you’re going through with their EP, “Years End.” The album consists of soft, delicate tracks that will make you feel all fuzzy inside. Their music is uniquely composed of relaxing rhythms that incorporate a psychedelic twist. So let’s ease the pain together with Second Child’s songs and catch them at Pianos on February 11th.-Jocelyn Huggler 

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