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Hawk and Dove announces spring release + offers free single

Brooklyn natives Hawk and Dove are giving fans a download of their latest release, “Things We Lost So Far,” off the debut full-length album “This Yesterday Will Never End,” to be released in the spring of 2013. The single, slightly more upbeat than the band's other material, bops along with poppy background vocals accompanying a raspy lead vocal. Hawk and Dove channel a 60’s pop band and a modern alternative outfit in one tune, for fans of storytelling lyrics and expressive instrumentation. The band will be playing at Arlene’s Grocery at 8 p.m. on January 30th alongside The Pine Hollows and Ludlow Thieves. - Christine Cauthen





Swearin’ Opening for The Babies at KFN Dec. 22

Welp, we’re still alive so I think it’s safe to say that the rockin’ will still be a knockin’ tonight. Over at Kung Fu Necktie, you can check out former Brooklynites turned Philly natives Swearin’ who will be opening for The Babies, the side project of Woods’ Kevin Morby and Vivian Girls’ Cassie Ramone. The local garage rock four-piece has been impressing the indie music scene with their latest self-titled LP, which is a solid collection of catchy rock jams and an adrenaline pumping atmosphere, while also performing alongside notable acts like Japandroids and Tenement. Swearin’s emotional lyrics and traditional rock riffs are led by the vocal stylings of Allison Crutchfield (ex-P.S. Eliot) - adding some serious grrrl power to the mix. Other members include co-songwriter Kyle Gilbride on backing vocals and guitar, Jeff Bolt on drums, and Keith Spencer on bass. Kung Fu Necktie, 1250 N. Front St., 7:30pm, $10, 21+ - Rachel Barrish

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Noosa lands single on Hypem Top Tracks of 2012 List

The Brooklyn pop duo Noosa (Sky Barbarick and the invisible Matt Buszko) doesn't seem to ever play live, but this is not preventing them from generating a lot of interest - ah, the power of good music! Their recent single "Walk On By" (Sound Remedy Remix, streaming below) made it onto Hype Machine's top tracks of 2012 list. The single (a ballad in the original version found here) is a sweetly sad song, where wholly feeling lyrics cut deep with Sky's ethereal voice. And oh, that voice. It's Regina Spektor-esque, in that it can be fluttery and throaty at the same time. It's the perfect grounding component to Noosa’s gorgeous sweeping dream pop. - Corinne Bagish

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From the NYC Open Blog: Late Cambrian readies 2nd LP

Greenpoint Pop-Rock outfit Late Cambrian is currently busy in the studio working on their new full length album - follow up to their "Social Season" EP. The band's plan is to finish the new release and make it available to the public by March of 2013. Check out this PAPER KARAOKE music video for the brand new song "Resolution." It will be available newly mastered and as part of their forthcoming 13 song second album. 

This entry was posted in The Deli's Open Blog - post your band's entries, videos, and Mp3s here). The Deli's NYC Open Blog is powered by The Music Building.

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A crazy diamond from the NYC underground: Hairy Sands

Like a cross somewhere between Can's krautrock and Zappa's theatrics, Hairy Sands exists for those who would like to mix their partying with true aesthetic exploration. These are not simple tracks to decipher, but the band's sonic vision is so large, you'll have plenty of areas to explore while trying to find the path. This is a group that meets and records whole albumss years apart, but something must be in the water where they do their thing, as their latest full-length 'Sandy Hairs' has the ambition of bands with way more time on their hands. Listen and download on their Facebook. - Mike Levine (@Goldnuggets)

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