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Generator Ohm plays Arlene's Grocery on 12.05

New York’s Generator Ohm have been... generating quite the buzz with their debut album, “Upon the Me Om I.” Not as relaxed as “ohm” might indicate, the band melds grunge heaviness and progressive intricacies and drives the energy to a punky, frenzied state. in the twelve tracks long record, Willie Chen(guitar, bass, vocals), Ernest D'Amaso(guitar, bass and vocals), Mike Morales(drums) showcase their adrenalized style on “Lemming Shuffle,” reverberating “They Can See Us,” the militaristic guitar strums that introduce “Platius,” frantic drums of “Smoke Eater,” and album closer, “Yukon’s Tempest” which centers around crashing drums and tumultuous guitar distortion. Generator Ohm have a couple of shows in the next few days, playing Arlene's Grocey on December 5 and King Killer Studios in Gowanus onthe 22nd. – We added the track "Marginal Hop" to our NYC Alt Rock SoundCloud playlist here. Meijin Bruttomesso

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TONIGHT: Deli show at Bklyn Bazaar with Emily Wells, Devin + more

This Friday December 7th, The Deli is presenting a night of music at Brooklyn Bazar (45 N. 5th Street, Brooklyn, NY), a free event inspired by night markets across Asia.

Check out the lineup below, more info here

11.00 - Emily Wells
09.50 - Devin 
08.40 - Swear and Shake
07.40 - Live Footage 

In Between Bands: DJ Irene Who I am

The Deli's Staff

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Their Planes Will Block Out the Sun plays Pianos on 12.05

Have you looked behind yourself recently? You never know... someone could be watching you. Sorry to worry you, but if the new LP from Jersey group Their Planes Will Block Out the Sun is any indication, we may have a lot to bre concerned about. From the voices in my head found at the end of new single 'The Hunter' (streaming below) to mysterious 'Tumors' found in one of my fave groove-based math rock tracks from the album 'Brasil,' listening to these guys music reveals a band in a very thoughtful and rather bleak mood. Compared with previous records, the band's latest delivers a focused bang on the head, caught between Interpol-like paranoia, and jazz-inflected grooves The Dismemberment Plan would have been proud. You can see the band live on 12.05 (tomorrow) at Pianos with other NYC acts Chamber Band, Julien Funk and We Run; in the meantime... check out their record on their Bandcamp - and make sure no one's following you until then. - Mike Levine (@Goldnuggets)

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NYC indie pop band on the rise: Hey Anna

If you enjoy what we call "rootsy pop," Hey Anna is the breath of fresh air you've been waiting all year to hear. Their new EP's five tracks keep the material humming along on boardwalks and ice cream stands and long afternoons, for your private, immaginary summer-during-the-winter-months. Exchanging vocals for the journey, the group's three singers (Anna, Katie and Erin Rauch-Sasseen) complement each other with an unabashed joy for all things fun: tracks like 'Love, Love Baby,' 'Tiny Kiss,' and 'Once Again' could have been arranged for The Jackson 5 had the band been around for your parents' generation. This is some fun stuff. So hop in the car, and take that sightseeing road trip you've been putting off. The soundtrack has finally arrived. - Mike Levine (@Goldnuggets)

We added "Blackout" (streaming below) to The Deli's playlist of Best new NYC songs by emerging NYC artists - check it out!

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Avan Lava releases video for "Sisters," prepares debut full length

Avan Lava, who was our NYC artist of the month earlier this year, just released the video for the "Sisters" (streaming below), a song that tames the dancey Prince influences of the previous single "Tear It Down" in favor of a softer and more elegant electro-pop sound slightly reminiscent of a more soul version of Prefab Sprout. The band is currently in the studio preparing their debut full length, scheduled for early 2013.

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