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A Place to Bury Strangers on the cover of The Deli's NYC / NAMM Issue 2018!

Hello good music diggers!

The Winter 2018 issue of The Deli NYC (our 53rd!) is now available for you to read online, here!

This is also the first NAMM issue of The Deli, since a week from today we'll be at the Californian musical instrument convention with a huge booth full of guitar pedals!

That's why we took the opportunity to put on the cover of our magazine the legendary Brooklyn noise rockers A Place To Bury Strangers - a band that makes their own stompboxes, called Death By Audio.

The issue features a lot of other local artists (and their pedals) and also an article about the best records of 2017 by emerging NYC Artists - check it out!

Here's a playlist of the artists featured in the issue.

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New Track: "How Simple" - Hop Along

Philly indie darlings Hop Along just announced that they will be releasing a new album on April 6 via Saddle Creek Records, entitled Bark Your Head Off, Dog. Its lead single, “How Simple,” taps into ongoing progress of personal growth. Continuing the knack to impose heartfelt imagery with universal appeal, the song plants a seed of independence. There’s a catchy through-line as the song advances through waves of polished melody. Hop Along will be performing next in Philly on Saturday, May 19 at Union Transfer.

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Gal Gun

Gal Gun recently released their debut full-length album called Special Music of Emotion. The album features previously released singles, “Heartbleed” and “La Nina Winter”, but also contains a ton of great new music.

You can catch Gal Gun on January 27th with Beach Bunny, Girl K, and Jimmy Floortom for a house show in Edgewater. They will also be performing at Record Breakers (2935 N. Milwaukee) on Feb. 3rd with Kevin and Hell and Cherry Cherry Bomb.

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Singer-songwriter C. Stewart McKee tries to "Move On" with new single

Nashville's (via Baton Rouge) C. Stewart McKee is beginning 2018 by trying to "Move On" with his newest self-released single. "I know it's far too late to negotiate," McKee sings on the Americana-tinged track with just a little touch of early Ed Sheeran. The beautifully shot video featured below displays vast mountain landscapes and rocky terrain, mirroring the uncertainty of the future but the determination to move. Check out the video below! - Chris Thiessen

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Freezing Cold releases video for "Shape of Escape" from debut EP

In August, The Deli wrote about Freezing Cold's debut EP, a three-track untitled demo which introduced the world to their post-hardcore sound. Just last week, the band released the music video -- their first ever -- for "Shape of Escape", the EP's second track. The song builds and falls in the post-rock style of This Will Destroy You; Jeff Cunningham's and Angie Boylan's raw voices harmonize over the sparse yet powerful guitar-bass-drums arrangement. The color swirls and exterior shots move in time to the music, creating a subtle piece of art that feels massive. You'll have to wait until March to see Freezing Cold at Silent Barn, so for now, watch the video for "Shape of Escape" below. - Will Sisskind


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