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Other Music Festival Day 2: Ryan Power, Paper Castles, the le duo, and more

Ryan Power and bandBurlington's Other Music Festival continues into day 2 proper tonight at 8pm at North End Studios once again. Today features a few more Burlington vets along with some exciting high profile out of town acts. Ryan Power, the le duo, and Paper Castles are representing the Burlington area, but also making appearances are MA's Deadwood and a collaboration between Ethan Snyder, Aaron Burnette, and Casimir Liberski. The biggest news is Tzadik's Mr. Anthony Coleman who will be making a couple collaborative apperances throughtout the week, tonight with Derek Beckvoid and Bob Jordon. A wildly diverse night to be sure.

--The Deli Staff


The Calm Blue Sea + The Twilight Sad @ Emo's


Instrumental soundscape sculptors The Calm Blue Sea recently announced only their third show of 2010 - opening up for The Twilight Sad this Friday night (6/11) at Emo's. We recommend you absorb their brilliance directly through your pores. 


Drunk Kids

Light Pollution recently released a video for their track “Drunk Kids” which appears on their Carpark debut Apparitions.

The band is currently on a cross-country tour, but will be performing here in Chicago on July 11th at West Fest.


The Drums finally release debut album, sell out London

We had been wondering for a while when The Drums were going to release their debut full length - now we know: June 8 (digital version), August 10 (vinyl), September (CD). The band hit the NYC scene like a sandstorm in the summer of 2009 soon after moving here from Florida, gaining almost instant buzz in the local music blogs. Their uplifting, minimalistic pop songs, and their melancholic lyrics often recalling memories of Floridian summer and sunny beaches, are a perfect sonic appetizer for anybody's upcoming summer vacation. The Drums are currently touring Europe, and it looks like the buzz followed them there - their two shows in London on June 8-9 sold out.


Josh Mease plays 92YTribeca on June 10

Josh Mease belongs to the rather recent school of "adventurous orchestral songwriters", which has a strong presence in NYC. The Houston transplant feels mostly comfortable in what we call "Mellow Core" territory (i.e. ballads that are too sophisticated to be called just "ballads"). His voice alone it's a monument to mellowness, while his arrangements dabble in psychedelic atmospheres. Josh will be opening for Angus and Julia Stone at TribecaY92 on June 10.


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