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New Track: "Goodbye Johnny" - Dr. Doper

Dr. Doper, a.k.a. the pairing of Michael Do and Brett Coper, recently shared its debut single. “Goodbye Johnny” taps into a sense of longing in a breezy, melodic manner. There’s a desire to reconnect over unanswered questions in an optimistic, upbeat fashion. Let's hope that we hear back from Dr. Doper sooner than later.

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Video Premiere: The Locals “Eyes Wide Open”

We are proud to be able to premiere the new video from The Locals for their new single “Eyes Wide Open”. The track is taken from their forthcoming album, Minutes, Seconds, Degrees, which was recorded by Steven Gillis at Transient Sound and will be released this September.

The Locals are the work of Yvonne Doll (vocals, guitar), Joe Bates (bass), Aaron Coleman (drums), and this new single is first new music we have had from them since 2014.

You can catch The Locals at the Glenwood Avenue Arts Festival on August 18th opening for White Mystery and Dehd. 

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A Deli Exclusive: Morsifire’s Contact

“Contact,” the latest from San Francisco-based alt hip hop artist Morsifire, is a painful song about loss and coping. Raised with a mother suffering from addiction and in a household full of trauma, the artist wrote “Contact” as an emotional reaction to the loss of his sister. He says, "This song is about the immediate aftermath of my sister’s death and everything that came with it. By the end of the song I’m actually addressing her, wherever she is. It’s a raw song, an open wound..."

The track features indie pop singer Emily Afton, who helps infuse and soften the song with her spellbinding voice. "Contact" reminds us of that Eminem track with Dido, and accomplishes a similar feat: a wounded rapper’s anger and pain softened by powerful female vocals. Stay tuned for Morsifire’s live shows in San Francisco and beyond.

-Michelle Kicherer, Associate Editor

 

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Field Mouse express cautious optimism on "Heart of Gold," play Elsewhere 8.17

New York / Philadelphia band Field Mouse evoke internal conflict on their new single “Heart of Gold,” basking in lukewarm nostalgia against massive pop punk riffs and a breakneck percussive pace. With lyrics detailing dreams of car crashes and meeting one’s “evil self,” lead singer Rachel Browne’s vocal performance is rife with anxiety and a lingering sense of dread. Despite this apprehension, Browne still expresses a cautious confidence, stating she “still has a heart of gold,” which offset against melodic, explosive guitar work embeds the track with an enduring sense of optimism. Stream it below, and catch Field Mouse at Elsewhere’s Zone One on August 17th. -Connor Beckett McInerney

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Debut Love? said the Commander EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

The duo of Kate Hall and Chris Bishop, a.k.a. Love? said the Commander, recently released their debut EP A Million Miles Away, which was produced by Dave Downham at Gradwell House Studio. Hall’s vocals have an authoritative, graceful presence, and when combined with guitar, violin, etc., they illuminate a detailed path. A singer-songwriter tone, with a sense of friction and force that expands in fiery, focused instrumental runs, the EP leaves a cathartic imprint. The pair will be holding their EP release show tomorrow night at Ortlieb's, supported by The Naked Sun and Rah Blow.

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