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PREMIERE: White Bear Polar Tundra - "Sifter"

Blaring through Portland with the incredible grunge meets post-rock power that landed them as one of the top Portland bands of last year, White Bear Polar Tundra are back at it again with their sophomore album Filter the Noise and a new music video to go with it, for the album's first track "Sifter."

"Sifter" starts the album in a very expressive way, letting the force of Zein Hassanein's vocals ascend off of Nate Stoll's drumming while guitar riffs and bass lines from Patrick Beaulieu-Hardin and Ethan Bear act as the wings that carry this song to the next level. It's heavy yet not abrasive; a beauty in a biting package that jolts the listener into paying attention. The video for "Sifter" is just as captivating, allowing colorful effects and desert scenes to add to regency of the song, not detracting any attention from it.

Watch the video for "Sifter" below.

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NYC's psych rockers Museyroom play at Mercury Lounge on 12/9

This past summer, three-piece band Museyroom released a psychedelic video for the song “Ranges” off the LP ‘Pearly Whites’. The track's edgy arrangement, with its quirky elements and droney ambience, lays out the groundwork for this video’s striking imagery: a woman strolls through a forest in winter time, immersed in a vivid musical journey that intertwines faded naturalistic scenes with color-bursting animation and visual effects that ebb, flow, and transform. Check it out down below and catch Museyroom live at the Mercury Lounge on December 9. -Ashley Muniz 

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

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Our Prayers Go Out to the Victims, Families and Friends of the Ghost Ship Fire

The Deli Magazine San Francisco and the Deli Magazine Family are sending out our truest and heartfelt thoughts and prayers for the victims in the fire at Ghost Ship in Oakland, CA.

If anyone has tips or information on any victims that have still been deemed missing feel free to contact us and we will do our best to get the word out.

We love you. We support Oakland and will do what we can to be a helping hand.


The Deli Magazine San Francisco

 

Editor
Jordannah Elizabeth
sfeditor@thedelimagazine.com

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The Transcendental No-wave Sludge of Shimmer at Baird Mansion Atrium Dec. 3

Philadelphia-based booking collective All Mutable continue to organize noteworthy shows in town, and this weekend’s event is no exception to this trend. Shimmer’s lineup consists of four artists who are each arriving from projects that have become distinguished for their potent blends of musical precision and tonal experimentation. Ani and Nina perform together in Palberta, Paco plays in Big Neck Police and releases solo material under the moniker The Cradle, and Simon plays in Cloud Becomes Your Hand and Tredici Bacci (who recently toured with Gary Wilson as his backing band). The resulting sound is something akin to transcendental no-wave sludge swinging on a pendulum. Find out for yourself what will come of this rare melding of talent on tonight at Baird Mansion Atrium, where they’ll be performing with Philly artists Ursula, Deflector, and Boston-based Pucker Up. Baird Mansion Atrium, (Please contact of the acts or venue for more info.), 7pm, $8, All Ages - Josh Kelly

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Natural Velvet offers luscious layers of fuzzy post-punk

"Love is Love/Alien and Strange" croons Baltimore-based Natural Velvet on their latest single, and though the band's sound may be a bit alien and strange itself, we're certainly in love. A post-punk act with a serious dash of psych and noise vibes, Natural Velvet invites listeners down a fuzzy, swirling, spacey, rabit-hole freak out with its thick instrumentals and dark vocals. Check them out for yourself, and stream Natural Velvet's "Love is Love" below. - Olivia Sisinni 

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