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New Purling Hiss Album Available for Streaming

Purling Hiss is back with its most impressive album release in years. High Bias officially drops on October 14 via Drag City, but you can now stream the record in its entirety below via NPR Music's First Listen. The power trio will also be tearing things up in Philly at Johnny Brenda's on Sunday, October 30, along with Honey Radar and DC's Hothead. (Photo by Colin McLaughlin)

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Premiere: Crushed Out's latest music video "Out of the Blue"

NYC-based husband/wife team, Crushed Out, is back at it again, and The Deli is thrilled to premiere the duo's newest music video, "Out of the Blue." The video spotlights the band's super fun, assuredly trippy aesthetic, and the tune alternates heavy, bluesy riffs with the group's signature surf rock hooks--making "Out of the Blue" feel ambiguous in decade, but instantly infectious. Check out the premiere of "Out of the Blue" below, and if you're hungry for more, listen to Crush Out's soundcloud here.-Olivia Sisinni

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Ghost of Jupiter to release new album 10/21 at Lizard Lounge

MA-based Ghosts of Jupiter blend beautifully etheral vocals with swirling guitars and strong synths to creating a powerful psychedellic potion. The band, who are set to drop a new album this month, effortlessly span a liminal time place--sounding distinctively like a vintage record store pickup, without falling into psych-band tropes that are long tired out. Check out Ghosts of Jupiter 10/23 at the Lizard Lounge to pick up a copy of their latest release, The Great Bright Horses, but in the meantime you can stream their first single off the album below.-Olivia Sisinni

 

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The Hum returns on 10.10 w/ Space Captain, Iris Lune, and MADEIRA + more

After a super successful first night, and an allstar line-up, Deli NYC sponsored event The Hum returns for its second week at beautifully intimate Greenpoint venue Manhattan Inn. For those just tuning in now, the month-long residency, presented by Hypnocraft, is aimed at spotlighting female musicians across a wide variety of genres, and inspires unexpected collaborations. Monday night's line up promises to be atmospheric and experimental, including musicians from Space CaptainIris Lune, and MADEIRA. Check below for the full, three-set listing, and be sure to catch next week's show at 8pm on October 10, and the following two on the remaining Mondays in October. - Olivia Sisinni

- Maralisa (Space Captain) + Elle Winston + Lora-Faye Ashuvud (Arthur Moon) + Ella Joy Meir (Iris Lune) + Savannah Harris

- Gabrielle Herbst (GABI)

MADEIRA

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New Video: "Whatcha Wanna Do?" (Live) - Residuels

Power trio Residuels shreds a live version of "Whatcha Wanna Do?", off their latest EP Hurricane. Recorded by filmmaker Max Holland, the boys get back to their roots, sounding like a bat out of hell in the basement of West Philly's Pilam. Come join them in "the world's only punk fraternity"!

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