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We Are Augustines premieres video for "Suarez"

Born from the ashes of historic NYC band Pela, earthy alt rock group We Are Augustines got a big boost in notoriety in 2011, when iTunes named their record "Rewind" as the year's "Best Alternative Album". The band just premiered this video of the song "Suarez," streaming below.

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Tall Tall Trees headlines Roosty Stage at The Deli's NYC B.E.A.F. 2012

May is the month of The Deli's NYC B.E.A.F. - our Best of Emerging Artist Fest! (Check out lat year's poter here).

As usual, we have scheduled several genre related stages in a few different Williamsburg venues (full schedule and art coming soon) and we are glad to inform you that the Rootsy Stage show will be at Spike Hill on Thursday 05.24, and will be headlined by Tall Tall Trees (pictured), and feature other awesome NYC rootsy bands that made our Best of NYC Emerging Artists Year End Poll in January: Food Will Win the War, Big Wilson River, The Bottom Dollars, Reverend John Delore, Fredericks Brown, and The Due Diligence.

We'll also take this opportunity to show you this remarkable DIY video Tall Tall Trees premiered a few weeks ago, filmed entirely in the bands' Bed-Stuy home base and consisting in one long shot conceived and choreographed by the band. The band's entire latest album "Moment" can be streamed here.

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Tatiana Kochkareva releases "Infinity" at Living Room on 04.19

Tatiana Kochkareva discusses regrets and mistakes with the haunting assurance of someone who knows what she's talking about. On her debut 'Infinity,' out April 19th on Moscow Native Records, a baroque-style barroom piano echoes through chambers of shadowy echoes and filtered textures, reminding me a bit of the kind of magic you hear on Antony and the Johnsons' records. Hailing from Moscow, the artist channels distant lands in songs like 'Winter' and 'Roses' (streaming below)

See her at the album's release show at The Living Room on April 19th. - Mike Levine (@Goldnuggets)

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The Deli presents Bryan Scary's album release at Brooklyn Bowl, 04.24

Bryan Scary is the most fun you can have without a guitar. The man bangs the piano like a runaway train, utilizing the kind of deft skill usually associated with Elton John concerts and West Village piano bars. Scary packs the soul of Mark Ronson together with the vocal reach of Freddie Mercury... if the two of them decided to write a musical together about umbrellas and gamblers.

His debut record, 'The Shredding Tears,' was a breath of fresh air back in 2006, and since then, Scary and his glam-fabulous band have done everything they can to live up to their electro-goth-burlesque persona: From touring the country to readying their latest release.

With Scary's latest 'Daffy's Elixir' (stream it here) due April 24th on the forward-looking Brooklyn indie label Paper Garden records, it'll be exciting to see how his mission is extended to include a "Western set during the Industrial Revolution, with an assorted cast of bandits, con men, hucksters, phonies, and all-around bad fellas." His words... not mine.

See the mad man himself when he plays Brooklyn Bowl to celebrate his album's release, on April 24th. - Mike Levine (@Goldnuggets)

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From the NYC Open Blog: Jonka releases video for "Every Other Day"

Brooklyn electro duo Jonka is back with a brand new single and music video called, "Every Other Day". From their forthcoming album, "Pinks and Blues". A lo-fi beat slowly evolves into a soaring rhythmic landscape, while TV on the Radio-esque "oohs" introduce the dreamy melody.Filmed around Manhattan, the video is a montage of New York City street art and the living, breathing city itself. - (as 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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