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Up All Night With Stereotypes

Young Jesus is sharing a new track from the debut ep Late Night Standards. "Up All Night With Stereotypes" is a powerful track about coming of age and not knowing really what or who you are.

Young Jesus is playing at Metal Shaker on June 11th.


Married rapper dude in slippers plays Bonnaroo on June 10th: Rob Cantrell

Rob Cantrell rocks. Never heard of him? He’s the proud married dude that lives around the corner from your Brooklyn brownstone. At first glance, he’s a funki-fied version of Aiden (John Corbett of Sex & the City) dressed in a bathrobe, crazy white man fro in tact and bumble bee slippers. But once he opens his mouth, you’ll get a Weird Al vibe, mixed with pro-grass declarations that will make you sing along. Awesome tracks like “Coffee and Weed” and “Rub My Feet” are hilarious, snarky, and unapologetic. Cantrell’s even got a relationship blog on High Times.
"Married and Sh*t” is the best song hands down. With lyrics like, “I’m a one vagina man, doin’ the best I can. No more scams or one night stands. Funk you emo bands. I’m Rob man, kickin’ out the jams, with a wedding band,” you’ll laugh. You’ll cry. And you’ll secretly wish you had the talent to pull off those sweet rhymes.
Check out his album, KEEP ON THE GRASS. After listening to Cantrell you will be rollin’. Literally, off your chair. – Melissa Wong


The Deli’s Featured Artist(s) of the Month: ‘tine-‘tine

OK, so I owe my deepest apologies to Ms. ‘tine-‘tine. She had sent me her answers to our interview questions. I just realized the other day that I forgot to post them before I left for Amsterdam (and then I forgot a lot more there). Well, better late than never - right? It’s like that period after the condom broke. Right, ladies and gents? Sorry, I was just channeling my inner ‘tine-‘tine. Here are some words from the real STDiva for you.
The Deli: Who is 'tine-'tine?

‘tine-‘tine: 'tine-'tine is just me, Christine Griffis. A baby at a daycare I used to work at called me it, and I liked it. I never did like "Chris" as a nickname; it seems masculine to me, and besides, it's what my parents called me when they were mad.
TD: What are your biggest musical influences?
‘t-‘t: Peaches, Moldy Peaches, The Blow.
TD: What artists (local, national and/or international) are you currently listening to?
‘t-‘t: I've been fortunate to perform with really awesome guys and get free cds from doing so. Some local faves include: Chang Chang (Philly), Applejackzzz (NYC), and Social Studies (Baltimore). Also, my car CD player thinks it's 2007 and insists on playing The Dream's Love/Hate and Of Montreal's Hissing Fauna all the time.
TD: What's the first concert that you ever attended and first album that you ever bought?
‘t-‘t: My first concert was Marilyn Manson when I was 14. When I was turning 7, I asked my mom for Madonna's "Immaculate Collection". I didn't think she'd buy it for me, but to my surprise, she did that and also threw me a Madonna-themed birthday party; my 1 yr. old cousin wore neglige over his onesie.

TD: What do you love about Philly?
‘t-‘t: The grittiness of the natives.
TD: What do you hate about Philly?
‘t-‘t: The grittiness of the natives.
TD: What are your plans for 2010?
‘t-‘t: Dick suckin', grad schoolin', full-time-workin', 'tine-'tinein'...mostly dick suckin' though (Shout outz to Drewpeabottom whaaaaaaaaaat).
TD: What was your most memorable live show?

‘t-‘t: I did a show at Otto's Shrunken Head in NYC. They were playing metal in the front bar, and an industrial dance party was to take place soon in back, where I was playing. Metalheads from the bar and hippies who came to see the acoustic act before me watched my set. They laughed. Really hard. In a good way. It was the first time I remember an audience not comprised solely of my friends liking me so much.

TD: What's your favorite thing to get at the deli?
‘t-‘t: Huggies. DUH.
- Q.D. Tran



This Week! The Deli SF presents The Dashing Suns, Tokyo Raid and Meta at the Hemlock!

This Wednesday! The Deli SF proudly presents The Dashing Suns, Tokyo Raid and Meta at the Hemlock! Come rock wih us and dance way the mid-week bluuughs. Wednesday, June 9th at 9pm $7. Do it!


The Stone Foxes release "Stomp" video in 3D

In anticipation of their third full length release, Bulls & Bears, San Francisco blues-rock band The Stone Foxes have released a video and a free download for the song "Stomp." The video is pretty amusing and the concept, inspired by the Mattel View-Master toys of the 80's, gives a context to offering the video in standard and 3D format which goes beyond the current trend of 3D everything as a means to market anything [have you seen the commercials for the new 3D HDTV? Ridiculous]. For those of you without two-toned glasses at home, the standard video is included in this post. Anyone wanting the full experience can go here.

Bulls & Bears is available in physical format on July 6th and digitally on iTunes June 29th.

-Nicole Leigh


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