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Adia Victoria performs new album tracks 12.06 at Third Man Records

Now that the leftover turkey and/or tofurkey have been sealed tight in Tupperwares, according to every AOR radio station in America, it's Christmas time. And to mark the occasion, blues rock artist Adia Victoria will present "Delta Blues Christmas" at Jack White's Third Man Records on December 6th. She'll perform as part of a night of entertainment which includes both a panel discussion about the history of black art and the blues as part of protest and activism and poetry from Nashville-based artists, including Victoria herself. Victoria will perform two sets of music; one acoustic set followed by a full band set of newer material, some of which will appear on her upcoming LP Silences. The sophomore album drops in February 2019, and a nationwide tour is set to follow the release. Victoria has already shared the first single from the album, called "Dope Queen Blues"; you can watch the lyric video for it below. - Will Sisskind

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Escort frontwoman Adeline emerges as solo artist with self-titled debut LP

Adeline, neo-soul diva and frontwoman of NYC disco revivalists Escort, has recently broken out as a solo artist and released her debut, self-titled LP, [ad•uh•leen]. Out earlier this year, singles "Emeralds” and “Swirl” gave a cheeky, synth-driven sample of this artist’s stunning vocal style, and are now followed by “Hi Life” (streaming) which delivers spunky and danceable energy reminiscent of the vibrant voices of the disco era, filtered through modern soul. This collection of jams burns through savory melodies with a sultry disposition and plenty of glitter to go around. Listen to Adeline’s single, “Hi Life,” below and check out her latest solo material on Soundcloud. - Rebecca Carroll

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

With a band name like Great Time, the trio of Jill Ryan, Donnie Spackman, and Zack Hartman have a lot to live up to, which they doubled down on with the naming of their debut LP Great Album – an eclectic mix of danceable grooves, soulful slow jams, and intimate bedroom pop, enhanced by hints of psychedelia, momentary rock freak-outs, and guest bars and vocals. The band is continuing to go all in with the construction of their very own recording studio on a farm outside of Philly, which was also supported by a successful Kickstarter campaign. Below is their latest video for the track “Lazy Lilly,” and you can catch them this upcoming Tuesday, November 20 at Johnny Brenda’s. But first, check out our recent Featured Artist(s) interview with the Great Time gang HERE!





Experimental Neo-Soul

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Band name: 
L'Rain
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/LRain000/
Venue name: 
Brooklyn Steel
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Sammy Rae brings soulful jazz to Bowery Electric on 11.19

Sammy Rae forges a sound entirely of her own in her debut EP, The Good Life, released July 20. This artist executes her style with such playful spirit and vocal dexterity that this new collection can’t help but gleam with personality. Rae’s tracks don’t feel as though they're sung, but rather performed, and laced with a bit theatricality and a ton of confidence. Capable of fitting comfortably in either a swanky cocktail lounge, a roaring jazz club, a theater, or a suburban kitchen, her sultry jazz soul has a quality that allows it to wear a multitude of stylistic hats. The EP’s opening track, “The Feeling,” is a flawless preview of her sound, unveiling the liveliness that exists in her layers of joyful saxophone, bouncy percussion and vibrant lyrics. Sammy Rae’s songs are alive and pulse with brilliant authenticity, showcasing not only her musical acuity, but also her colorful character as an artist. To stream Sammy Rea's The Good Life EP, check out her pages on Soundcloud or Bandcamp. See her live at Bowery Electric on November 19 - Rebecca Carroll

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