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Fete D'Lorenza @ The Mohawk

It is, for many reasons, going to be a good weekend to be a living, breathing, concertgoing Austinite...you've got your Quiet Company down at Threadgills (Friday), your Oh No Oh My over at the Ghost Room (Thursday), plus at the Mohawk Friday TV Torso, The Gary, and Martin Crane of Brazos, and then on Saturday, also at the Mohawk, the instigating and titular event for this particular post: the Fete D'Lorenza honoring KUT's Laurie Gallardo, and featuring 2009 Deli Year End Poll winner STEREO IS A LIE, The (inimitable) Midgetmen, Melogrand (pictured above), Red Falcon, 100 Flowers, Elevated Lines, and Dead Black Hearts. Now THAT is a birthday party. 

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Newton's Sun Down Sounds Summer Series

Sun Down Sounds

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Looking for a break from your usual haunts in and around Boston?  Don't forget to look West!

Head out to the Green at Newton Center (Newton Center T stop on the Green D line) on Thursday, 7/22, for Sun Down Sounds, a free concert series featuring some seriously fresh talent.  The event will also feature locally-made art installations and picnics!

I'm a little late on reporting this one - this Thursday's is the second of four installments in the series - but that's fitting, as I'm also a little late in realizing what a hotbed for new, experimental and folky music Newton has turned out to be.  Some of it has infiltrated the Boston airwaves and blogspace, but much has stayed aloof.

The Sun Down Sounds series is showcasing some of the best of that talent.  Each evening seems to have some unifying musical theme or general sound; this Thursday features some down-tempo, relaxing acoustic folk music.  The evenings start at 530 and run until around 9.  There's more information about this series on their Facebook page.

July 15 :: THE HUMMING, VITAMIN SEED, MAGIC MAN
July 22 :: SHAI ERLICHMAN, ALICE HOWE, MIA FRIEDMAN
July 29 :: [BREAKFAST OF CHAMPS] :: MILES COE/MAX ALPER, THE CRATERS, PSYCHEDELIC FAMILY
August 5:: GABE GOODMAN, THE NOVEL IDEAS, VIO/MIRE

 

-- The Deli Staff

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New Chiddy Bang Video “Dream Chasin”


Here is Chiddy Bang’s new video for “Dream Chasin”, the follow-up to “Sooner or Later”. It is off of The Swelly Express mixtape. Chiddy Bang will be releasing their upcoming album The Swelly Life on August 31, 2010, and will be celebrating it at the TLA on September 2. - H.M. Kauffman

 

 

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Pitchfork Music Festival Coverage Part 2

Here is our coverage of the Sunday's events at Pitchfork Music Festival. Neph Basedow started the day by taking in two quality Chicago bands and ended up at Pavement with the masses. You can read her coverage here.

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Interplanetary Sonic Surfing with Orbit to Leslie at Silk City July 21

Kids these days are doing nothing but chillin’ on their waves. It is good to see Philly’s own Orbit to Leslie bringing some surf back to the beaches of the Schuylkill.  Tonight they will crash down at Silk City. I can only imagine the amount of daggering that will be going on at this concert. The lush guitars and their polyryhthmic beats are a nice match with the calming and inquisitive vocals of lead man Chris Wood. Orbit to Leslie groove, sway, pounce and resolve throughout their eclectic cannon of songs. I am especially taken by the contrast between Toadies-esque “Sugar and Salt” and the jubilant high-hat pop of “Javelin”. Silk City, 435 Spring Garden St., 9pm, $5, 21+ - Adam G.
 

 

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