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Time Columns provides proggy post-rock vibes on latest single

With winding, spacey instrumentals, ethereal, guitar-driven melodies, and a fair helping of chugging grit, MD's Time Columns serves up progressive rock with a decidedly post-rock feel. The band's latest single,"Body of Ash", is a much darker departure from the Chon-like, bouyant melodies of their previous releases, but the track hits hard in all the right places, and still manages to marry all of the elements that give the band their distincitve sound. Check out Time Columns streaming below.-Olivia Sisinni

 

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NYC's psych rockers Museyroom play at Mercury Lounge on 12/9

This past summer, three-piece band Museyroom released a psychedelic video for the song “Ranges” off the LP ‘Pearly Whites’. The track's edgy arrangement, with its quirky elements and droney ambience, lays out the groundwork for this video’s striking imagery: a woman strolls through a forest in winter time, immersed in a vivid musical journey that intertwines faded naturalistic scenes with color-bursting animation and visual effects that ebb, flow, and transform. Check it out down below and catch Museyroom live at the Mercury Lounge on December 9. -Ashley Muniz 

We added this song to The Deli's playlist of Best psych songs by emerging NYC artists - check it out!





The Wild Now Achieve Rare Chemistry On Debut Release

 Taylor Baker met Drew Walker at a Local Natives concert in 2013 and as fate would have it, a baby would arise from the chance meeting. There is no actual toddler to speak of, but the metaphorical musical synthesis that call themselves, The Wild Now, have had their momentum snowball with the release of their debut EP, Gold Dust. The talented duo self-describe their sound as 'indie gelato', which proves accurate as they embrace a swirl of influences including pop, folk, alt-rock, and even electronica. Taylor's vocals have an impressive soulful depth that can either effortlessly dominate or perfectly compliment Drew's dexterous guitar riffing. The six-track EP has a confident intimacy that eschews sensationalism and embraces a more roots-based songwriting dynamic. Tracks like "Salt" and "Gold Dust" project subtle brilliance while "New Eyes" and "Seek" have chorus swells that quicken the pulse with fortified guitars, horns, and synths. The chemistry of The Wild Now is rare in it's fluidity and ease, and with many upcoming local shows, Austinites should be thankful to see this duo hone their craft in our backyard before they are lost to an inevitable national audience.

-Lee Ackerley

 





BARBAROSA - "EYE OF THE RABBIT"

Barbarosa are a 4 piece indie rock band that started in St.Catharines in 2011. They now call Toronto home and have just released their second album "Eye of the Rabbit". They have a casual sound that is easy to listen to. It's like indie rock for adults. They have a spanish flair to their sound that make you feel like it's nicer weather outside. That is definitely the vibes I get from the opening track "Seducer's Diary." This new album from Barbarosa is available on their bandcamp page and you can be a part of their official release party which goes down on December 8th at Adelaide Hall. - Kris Gies

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Our Prayers Go Out to the Victims, Families and Friends of the Ghost Ship Fire

The Deli Magazine San Francisco and the Deli Magazine Family are sending out our truest and heartfelt thoughts and prayers for the victims in the fire at Ghost Ship in Oakland, CA.

If anyone has tips or information on any victims that have still been deemed missing feel free to contact us and we will do our best to get the word out.

We love you. We support Oakland and will do what we can to be a helping hand.


The Deli Magazine San Francisco

 

Editor
Jordannah Elizabeth
sfeditor@thedelimagazine.com

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