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The Deli's Official CMJ 2013 Music Marathon Showcases

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We can finally announce The Deli's Official CMJ Music Marathon 2013 Showcases! The lineups are not 100% finalized - in particular the one for the Friday 10.18 shows at Pianos, we'll posts updates soon.

As promised, we booked a few artists from the more than 850 online submissions. These bands are Steffaloo (LA), Loveskills (NYC), Walking Shapes (NYC), Howth (NYC), Dead Stars (NYC) and Goste (NYC).

FULL SCHEDULE HERE

The Deli's Staff




Summer 2013, NYC Issue #35
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Submit to be considered for The Deli's CMJ shows!

Folks in bands,

The Deli is looking to book 3 or more artists based in the 12 scenes we cover (list here) for various shows we booked in the LES and Williamsburg during the CMJ Music Marathon.

This year's venue include Pianos, Rockwood Music Hall, The Delancey and Spike Hill.

To be considered, all you need to do is go HERE and fill out the form by August 18, 2013.

Good Luck!

The Deli's Staff


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The Cultured to Open for Shwayze at THE MET in Pawtucket This August

Hailing from Brockton, MA, The Cultured met in high school and began creating some of the best sometimes indie, sometimes reggae inspired rock in New England, and after three years touring the Boston circuit have landed an opening gig for Shwayze in Rhode Island next month. This comes after the release of one full-length album on S.H.O.P. Records in 2012 and in the midst of their new single "Revelation"'s buzz, leaving the four-piece band poised for huge success before a sophomore release. There's no doubt thatthe Shwayze show is only the beginning for The Cultured, so scramble to check them out while they're still playing smaller venues before they become the new big thing. --Jamie Loftus

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Providence-Boston Band Kid Mountain Releases "Visitor's Center" EP

As I was scouring the internet for the next band/artist/musical act to catch my ear, I stumbled on something awesome. Yes, awesome. Kid Mountain’s Visitor’s Center EP is a great set of tracks. It opens up with a great boom of energy and sustains that excitement and passion throughout each of the seven songs. A blend of Fleet Foxes reverb and vocals, coupled with Dodos-esque rhythms makes this EP a must on your iTunes playlist (you can download it from their bandcamp site for only $5!). The entire EP actually reminds me of hanging out on a deck at a party in the summertime, and who doesn’t like partying outside? Even if you hate parties, you’ll certainly dig the tunes these guys have created. The second track on Visitor’s Center, “Upskirt”, really stood out to me; with it’s powerful guitars and gang vocal choruses, I would imagine these guys are great live. The band recently wrapped up an East Coast tour, but stay on the lookout for them at a club/bar/basement near you.

-- Dan McMahon

 

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Spring 2013, NYC Issue #34 (Best of NYC) 
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Winter 2013, NYC Issue #33
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Summer Hours play rare show at Living Room on 06.08

Veterans of the NYC scene, formerly known as La Pieta, and now partly based in Providence, Summer Hours will be making a rare appearence at The Living Room in Manhattan this Saturday June 8. In February they released their 4th album, 'Closer Still' on their own label, Technical Echo Records - this is announced to be the band's final record. Summer Hours gentle sound blends indie pop and folk elements, featuring a signature bass-guitar interplay and Rachel Dannefer delicate soprano. 

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