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Atlantic/Pacific readies new album

New Jersey's Atlantic/Pacific formed in the summer of 2008 when long time friends Garrett Klahn (from Texas is the Reason)and John Herguth (from House & Parish) began kicking around a few songs in Garrett’s Brooklyn apartment. Soon after, Atlantic/Pacific started performing in NY and Europe with projections of 70s skateboarders and surfers playing behind them - will those ever be passe`? The band did shows with Mercury Rev, Neil Halstead, Chamberlain, and Walter Schreifels. Recently joined by Ian Love (Rival Schools), the trio will release in October Meet Your New Love, their debut full length album, under No Sleep Records


New Major Lazer EP Available for Streaming

Major Lazer’s latest release Lazers Never Die EP is available for streaming here. It features an appearance by M.I.A. on opening track “Sound of Siren” and a Thom Yorke remix. - H.M. Kauffman


July 2010
"Self Titled EP + Tarantella Single

Branded as New Wave in their myspace profile, NYC based Translations is a little more complex than that. The band knows how to use reverb, clanging drum machines and lo-fi tricks in ways more interesting and sophisticated than your average Bushwick bedroom project. Most importantly, they can write good songs, and have found a strong signature sound in Andrew Fox's dark and thoughtful vocals. In this band's tracks you'll find ambient noise, rock'n'roll, great melodies, as well as alcohol-heavy inflections. The self-titled EP opener, "The Wanderer" – an electro-pop and punk mash up filled with lots of range and vocal harmonies – stands out as the album’s best track. The brand new single "Tarantella" (recorded with the help of Jeff Curtin from Small Black, not in the EP), with its evocative vocals, sudden empty breaks and a highly addictive "revolving chorus", takes us back to the summer of 1998, when everybody was in love with The Beta Band (which one year later committed artistic suicide with one of the ugliest albums ever). Check out Translations live at The Woods on September 15 and a week later at Coco66.

The Deli SF's Weekend Highlights For 7/21-7/24


Of course your Friday should already be planed, what with the exciting line-up The Deli will be presenting at the Hemlock, but if your still undecided, or looking for another show or two to attend this weekend, here are a few selections from the calendar.

This Wednesday Studio SQ, who proudly sponsor our band of the month poll, well be presenting a show at Milk featuring Le Vice, Tim Car, George Cochrane, and Dude House, 8pm.

The following night, again at Milk, local blog Epic Sauce will once again flex it's nearly invincible booking muscles and provide us with another amazing line-up. Headlined by Maus Haus (whose inclusion in this year's Treasure Island Music Festival, incidentally, is righteously exciting) and featuring support by Skeletal System, Psychic Handbook and Rangers, this show is one of many this week not to be missed, 8pm.

Offering some stiff friendly competition, The Bay Bridged on Friday night will be presenting their now yearly Regional Bias show and fundraiser, at the Verdi Club, featuring Thao Nguyen, Man/Miracle, Exray's, and John Vaderslice, 8pm.

Finally, on Saturday Little Teeth will be opening up for Sleepytime Gorilla Museum at the Great American, 8pm.

That about rounds out this week.  Hope to see many of your shining faces at the Hemlock this Friday.


-Ada Lann


This Week! The Deli SF Presents White Cloud, The Paranoids, and Red Blue Yellow at the Hemlock

This Friday The Deli SF proudly presents White Cloud, The Paranoids, and Red Blue Yellow at the Hemlock.  Surely there is no better way to end you week than having portions of clothing (perhaps socks?) rocked off.  Friday July 23rd at 9pm.  No excuses.


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