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

best-emerging-bands-artists

Node Pic



Ttotals tour the west coast

Nashville's psychedelic trio Ttotals might have not released any new material in two years, but that's not preventing them from going on tour - maybe becuse their 2014 record 'Let Everything Come Through' is an drone rock gem that deserves to be brought to the genre's fans one at a time. The group leftr on October 7 for Charlotte, NC, and will drive north and then south again to hit NYC, Boston and then Philly and Harrisbourrg, VA, with a final date in Lexington, KY on October 14. Fans of Jesus & Mary Chain and Black Rebel Motorcycle Club are advised.

Node Pic



Mountainwalker brings genre bending folk to Acme Feed & Seed on 10/11

Combining trippy, layered back beats with smooth vocal hooks, Mountainwalker is a genre-bending folk musician whose rich lyricism has us totally hooked. Utilizing complex rhyme schemes and elements from psych and indie rock the Nashville-based artist's musical approach is unique if not a little unorthodox. Either way, we're major fans. Check out Mountainwalker at the Acme Feed & Seed 10/11 alongside The Medium and Devon Gilfillian and listen to "What You Got" off his latest release Parlor Songs streaming below.-Olivia Sisinni

Node Pic



New Suburban Living LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

The pillowy propulsion of percussion, keys and bass outline the musical framework of Suburban Living’s new album Almost Paradise, available now via 6131 Records. Piecing together instrumental elements into the light-as-a-feather sheet of sound, the band develops a head-floating, dream-pop environment, while exploring a cavernous emotional depth. You can catch Suburban Living and their new tunes tomorrow night at The Foundry with Sunflower Bean and The Lemon Twigs. (Photo by Emily Dubin)

Node Pic



Jaye Bartell brings his moody folk to Baby's All Right on 10.16

Jaye Bartell's "Light Enough" is a record born out of a very particular kind of self-inflicted seclusion: the paradoxical one happening in one the most populated pieces of land in the world: Brooklyn. Somebody's referred to this phenomenon as "The Lonesome Crowded West." Greenpoint, specifically, is where the songwriter moved to in 2013, from Asheville, NC (he's originally from Massachusetts), looking - we assume - for inspiration after a series of early releases. The only embeddable song from the album, 'Laundry Line' (streaming) perfectly represent the full album, echoing at once Leonard Cohen's intimate existentialism and Syd Barrett's droney, suspended melodies (Barrett's fans should check out opener 'G & Me'). The mostly acoustic guitar work also deserves a mention, for its beautiful simplicity. The fact that Baby's All Right booked Jaye is an extra reason to pay attention to this artist, so you may want to check out his upcoming show on October 16.

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

Node Pic



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)

|
|

- news for musician and music pros -

Loading...