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Slam Donahue premieres video + plays Terminal 5 tomorrow (12.06)

Brooklyn Indie pop duo (and now quartet) Slam Donahue just premiered this teenage-hoops-match themed video for their latest single "I turn on," featured in the "Hemlock Tea" EP they released in the summer. The band is playing at Terminal 5 tomorrow (12.06) opening for Marina and the Diamonds and again at Glasslands on December 13 with label mates (and ex Deli cover band) Bear Hands.

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NYC Indie Pop Band on the rise: Napoleon

For Napoleon, life has plenty of frustrations, but all you need to do is allow yourself to take a deep breath to realize how beautiful things are. That amazingly deep philosophical moment was proven to be true by my first listen to their strong debut, 'Successs.' Produced by lo-fi wizard Kevin McMahon, the record shows that this band has a certain vision for their mid-tempo rock that includes impassioned pleas for mortality ('I Won't Let You Die') snug up against half-hearted attempts at meeting women ('City Girls'). A very fun record, but not a shallow one - this is beach music for the real world. So no matter your mood, these guys probably know how to put a jangly groove to it. See the band next month when they play Shea Stadium Jan 31. Streaming below record opener "Sarafan" - video here. - Mike Levine (@Goldnuggets)

This song was added to our SoundCloud playlist of emerging NYC artists here.

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Classic Rock from NYC at Tammany Hall: Peanut Butter Lovesicle

Brooklyn Psychedelic Blues-Rock trio, Peanut Butter Lovesicle is playing their final NYC show of the year at Tammany Hall Wednesday December 5th (tonight) at 930pm. The young family band (Brothers Jake and Mike D’Arc - Guitar/Bass and Vox - and Cousin Timmy Miller - drums/vox - have recently released their second EP, "Dirty Pride," with Super Producer Henry Hirsch (Lenny Kravitz, Madonna, Mick Jagger). Their single, "Black Eyed Blues" (streaming below, video here) with its undulating bass lines and guitar riffs, coupled with a raspy, slightly off kilter vocals, will have the ladies shaking and the guys inspired to make the first move (and viceversa!). There aren’t too many Brooklyn bands waving the banner of sexually charged classic rock reminiscent of Deep Purple, The Doors, and even Hendrix - and shooting videos involving babes in high heels and tight outfits. The intimate and dark Tammany Hall sounds like the perfect ambiance for a blast from the classic rock past. - Julia Kwamya

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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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