x
the_deli_magazine

This is a preview of the new Deli charts - we are working on finalizing them by the end of 2013.


Go to the old Top 300 charts

Cancel

Node Pic

Soul

Node Pic



Terence Ryan releases video for "Mean It"

Born and raised on the South Shore of Massachusetts, folksy songwriter Terence Ryan strives to capture the beauty in the melancholy of his daily life in his lyrics and his videos. His job at an industrial warehouse is a sharp contrast to his drive home along the ethereal beachy coastline where he grew up, informing his songwriting in a way that may resonate to many of those who experienced life in small town. While his older videos (“Stranger than Fiction”) strive to showcase the latter, his newest creation "Mean it" (which Ryan wrote, recorded, produced, and directed) is set in his workplace. In the video, streaming below, he marries his creativity with his position in working class America using his soulful voice and a production that blends rock and R'n'B. 





Soul

Time: 
19:30
Band name: 
Larayne
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/laraynemusic
Venue name: 
S.O.B.'s
|




Soul

Time: 
21:00
Band name: 
Dakota Jones
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/DakotaJonesBand/
Venue name: 
The Delancey
|
Node Pic



Honors releases new song, headline Brooklyn and L.A. dates

Honors, the enigmatic electronic/R&B four-piece from Toronto, has released a new song, "Say Yes," following the recent viral success of their video, "Over." A slow and heavy groove, "Say Yes" is saturated with autotune and electronic percussive flourishes reminiscent of Diplo and Skrillex. Honors will be headlining at Baby's All Right in Brooklyn on June 12th and The Echo in Los Angeles June 14th, as well as appearing at Bumbershoot in Seattle and Bonanza Music Festival in Heber, UT. Check out "Say Yes" below. - Ethan Ames

|
Node Pic



The Seshen Prepare to Release New Single, Right Here - 7/14

San Francisco Bay Area-based six-piece The Seshen release the third single, “Right Here”, from their latest album ‘Flames & Figures’ on 14th July via Tru Thoughts. Announcing along with some solo shows and a co-headline West Coast tour with James Supercave, The Seshen’s single boasts the synth-pop gem “Right Here”, a lovers-rock Wrongtom remix of the first single “Distant Heart”, instrumental and a cappella.

In the punchy synth-pop gem “Right Here”, singer Lalin St. Juste tears back layers of non-reality as she searches for her true self. Told by St. Juste, the narrative of the track looks at the illusory spaces that are created for us and how we wrestle with the identities and experiences that grow out of those creations. St. Juste explains: “In Right Here, I’m recognizing the lies that my life is built on, the lies that feel like truth and create a veil of disillusionment. I’m dealing with silence. I’ve lived within it my whole life and I’m ready to break out of it. I’m digging inside to find what’s underneath, beneath the invisibility of my existence and the pain. There is me, there is “us”.” Awash with bursting synth layers, the defiant pop-hooks in “Right Here” come unstuck from the confines of a daydream to revel in a new and honest space.

Until the 4 track single is officially released, take a gander at The Seshen's music video for "Colors Collide":

|
|
|

- news for musician and music pros -

Loading...