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NYC Artists on the Rise: Lacrymosa's Residency at The Living Room

Caitlin Pasko just graduated at NYU and plays mellow but somehow eerie orchestral pop under the name Lacrymosa - sounding somewhere between Kate Bush and Joni Mitchel - with a piano. She recorded her debut album "Selah" as her senior project. The first single, entitled "Simple Questions" will be released on September 5th, in occasion of the first date of her September residency at The Living Room. Check out also the live video on her site here. Definitely a new talent to keep an eye on.


The Deli SF's Weekend Highlights For 8/26-8/28

As San Francisco's true summer begins, and the heat descends, hopefully you'll be making time between your enjoyment of our long overdue nice weather to see some live music.

Thursday night, at the Hemlock, you can catch The Royal Baths playing with Mrcy Hot Sprngs, Outlaw, and Lilac, 9pm.

Friday head out to the East Bay where Burbank International will be playing their first show in far too long. At Mama Buzz, along side Nick Sinetos, this is a show you should definitely check lest it be another year before you can see them again, 8pm.

Lastly, on Saturday head over to the Great American Music Hall for a juggernaut of an instrumental band line-up with From Monument to Masses, Silian Rail and Judgement Day. This will be From Monument to Masses' final show so see that this event makes itself onto your Saturday night to-do list.


-Ada Lann


Video: Mirror, Mirror

Unicycle Loves You released a video for the title track of their new album Mirror, Mirror. The band is celebrating the release of their on Sept. 11th at Schubas


Yellow Bike Benefit 8/26: The Sour Notes, She Sir, The Boxing Lesson, White Rhino, + Searching for Signal

While most of Austin is stuck in traffic steeping with road rage as cars start growing moss and Delilah crackles softly with unwitting irritance, there are a few souls that are having fun riding their bikes. Much of the two-wheel insurgence in Austin is due to the Austin Yellow Bike Project, an all-volunteer non-profit community initiative which serves to equip Austinites with bicycles. The Austin YBP recently moved their entire 4500 sq. foot headquarters by “human-power” alone—no moving trucks or even pow-pow-power wheels—in a truly remarkable tour de force. 

The Yellow Bike Project provides a space (1216 Webberville Road) and the equipment for the bikers that bear their sweaty brow to build and repair their bikes. The result is community-focused, beneficial, environmentally kind, and nearly free transportation. Austinites feel the love from YBP with their Bikes to Schools Program and their efforts to keep Austin healthy and clean. Now is Austin’s chance to show some love back. On Thursday, August 26, Austin is invited to turn down all the excess noise of the raging freeway, to shut off the ignition and let Delilah drift away to the nearest Dillard’s and experience the Yellow Bike Benefit Show in support of this really great collaborative. The Sour Notes (above), She Sir, The Boxing Lesson, White Rhino, and Searching for Signal will lay on the bike horns at Red 7 starting at 9pm for a night of music and spinning wheels.

--Lauren Hardy (YBP photo by Blake Gordon, The Sour Notes photo by Eric Morales)


Les Savy Fav about to release new CD - party at Mercury on 09.08

Everybody's favorite Brooklyn-post-punk-band-fronted-by-a-head-shaven-bearded-man - yes, we are talking about Les Savy Fav of course - announced the release of a new album. Celebrations will occur at a (packed) Mercury Lounge on 09.08. The new album, entitled "Root for Ruin" will be release on the band's own French Kiss Record on September 14.


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