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Bear in Heaven win contest, open for Mew

We are sure Brooklyn Psych Rockers Bear in Heaven are not feeling too blue for placing second in last week's Deli's Artist of the Month poll - as Flavorpill just announced that they actually won the site's "Open for Mew" contest. The band is getting quite a lot of attention, in particular after Pitchfork Media assigned the "Best New Music" tag to their new records. See Bear in Heaven open for Mew on December 4th at Webster Hall.

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An Evening of Mental Unity - Live at Glasslands on 12.06 with Top 10 Lovers

Sunday December 6th, 8pm $5, Fat Free presents: An Evening of Mental Unity. Fat Free has created a celebratory smörgåsbord of art, music, spoken word, poetry and otherwise hard-to-describe oddball entertainment. For music lovers who want to explore something different, an evening of Mental Unity can provide a good time for all involved. Hosted by Alethea Rivera, there will be performances by Fat Free, Beatbox Guitar, Life Occurs, Bobby Oats Jen Upchurch, and Top ten lovers (in the picture). Glasslands Gallery is on 289 Kent between South 1st and Grand Williamsburg, Bklyn. - (as posted in The Deli's Open Blog - post your band's entries, videos, and Mp3s here).

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Gold Streets release new CD + Video

Gold Streets released their new EP entitled "GO" on November 22nd with a show at at Mercury Lounge. To celebrate, they also presented their latest video, "Red." This project is a collaboration with Director/DP Brad DeCecco and premiered at Music on Main at The Sundance Film Festival. Brad De Cecco took 4 pictures for The Deli covers in 2008. - (as posted in The Deli's Open Blog - post your band's entries, videos, and Mp3s here).

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A show you shouldn't miss: Woods + Real Estate at Market Hotel on 12.04

Woods (in the picture) and Real Estate have quite a few things in common: they both emerged from the Brooklyn DIY scene we often cover in our online and print pages, they share a mellow, clean, but lo-fi sound with psychedelic and folk influences, and they were both selected by Pitchfork Media as "Best New Music" in 2009 and got a similar review mark (8.3 and 8.5 respectively). On the more frivolous side of things; both bands seem to share a conflictual relationship with press (I wasn't able to find an interview with any members of Woods) or maybe I should just say with The Deli (both declined to be interviewed, which makes us feel very sorry and uncool.) But nonetheless, Newyorkers shouldn't miss the opportunity to see these two acts live at Market Hotel on December 4. It's definitely going to be a great party.

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The Silent League is back! CD release on 01.16

The Silent League is releasing a new record, its third, in Feb 2010, ...But You've Always Been The Caretaker. Formed in 2004 in Brooklyn by Justin Russo (at the time, keyboardist for Mercury Rev during the classic Deserter's Songs / All is Dream era), The Silent League may sometimes appear like an on-again/off-again relationship between a collective of musicians interested only in periodically making records, playing shows, and disappearing again. Another good reason not to miss their CD release party at Gramercy Theater on January 16 with Elephant.

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