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The Deli SF's Weekend Highlights For 8/18-8/21

Looking at the calender this week there seems to be a lot happening. Here a few selections.

Tomorrow night head down to The Bottom of the Hill for The Sandwitches, The Splinters and Texas' Woven Bones, 9pm.

Thursday the 19th head out to Thee Parkside for the thoroughly packed line-up featuring Hunx & His Punx, Shannon & The Clams, Okmoniks, The Goochi Boiz and Miss Chain and The Broken Heels, 9pm.

Lastly on Saturday wander over to the Hemlock where rising local stars Man/Miracle will play with Slang Chicken and Yellow Dress, 9pm.


-Ada Lann


From the Open Blog: One Hundred Flowers!

One Hundred Flowers are releasing their national debut full length album on October 26, 2010. After two and a half years of playing in Austin and all over the Southwest Region, they will support the release of their upcoming album by playing a Southeast tour. The band is working with locals Stem & Leaf and Team Clermont (Athens, FL) to promote their independent release, Mechanical Bride, recorded at Cacophony Recorders with Erik Wofford. Release party will be on October 23, 2010.

(Ed.: this post taken from One Hundred Flowers' post on our DIY Open Blog, check out other Open Blog posts in the Deli Kitchen.) 


Sun Airway Releasing Debut on Dead Oceans!

We love when this happens! Congrats to former A-sider Jon Barthmus! His bliss-pop project Sun Airway will be releasing their debut full-length Nocturne of Exploded Crystal Chandelier, on Dead Oceans (Phosphorescent, These Are Powers). The album is scheduled for an Oct. 26 release date in the U.S. and tentatively set for January 2011 in the U.K. Record labels, keep those contracts comin' to Philly! - The Deli Staff

Toadies' 1997 Album Drops...Today

Here's a music industry story for your Tuesday: The Toadies released Rubberneck long, long ago, and saw their baby debut laminated in platinum; however, their label (Interscope) "unapproved" the follow-up, Feeler, in 1997. Years and tours and break-ups and reconstitutions later, Dallas label Kirtland Records stepped in, and so Feeler comes out...today. And you can find those Toadies playing an in-store at Waterloo Records today, 5 pm. 


Akasha @ Beat Kitchen

It has been three years since the debut ep from Akasha, and this reggae filled band is ready to release their full-length album How They Move. The release show for the album will be on August 19th at Beat Kitchen and the diversity of that night’s line-up shows just how genre bending this band is. The line-up includes Doc's Delorean, Vertikal, Mos Scocious, and Sidewalk Chalk.


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