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New Music Video: "Arrest" - Curtis Cooper

Watch the new video for “Arrest,” found on Curtis Cooper's debut album Laughing in Line. The footage captivates with its haunting sense of entrapment. Dylan Pecora captures the face-warping, eye-popping intensity as Cooper conducts the songs movements while those basement walls seem to hold him in. He's also set to perform at Bourbon & Branch on Friday, May 13, as part of Queen of Jeans residency, which also includes Ceramic Animal’s record release.





New Microsoft Saint EP Available for Streaming & Download

Microsoft Saint, a.k.a. Domenica Pileggi (formerly known as I Tried to Run Away When I Was 6), has released a new EP Bubblegum Bubblegum. Stirring lyrical blows of introspection are softened by a relaxed melodic sensibility. Microsoft Saint is part of a billing on Tuesday, May 10 at Goldy's, which also includes Palm, Old Maybe, and Hellier Ulysses.





CANADIAN MUSIC WEEK - TOP GUN PICKS!

Canadian Music Weeks gets goin tonight right here in Toronto. Here are some bands you should keep on your radar!

Bike Thiefs - Monday May 2 @ Bovine Sex Club

3 piece alt-punk group out of Mississauga. Their name may be grammatically incorrect but if the Maple Leafs can do it then why not Bike Thiefs too.

The Naked Wild - Tuesday May 3 @ Bovine Sex Club

Catchy pop-rock group from Toronto. Past winners of the Delis Band of the Month Poll. Formerly a 3 piece but now employ a full time drummer. Go enjoy these easy rock tunes.

  Stonetrotter - Tuesday May 3 @ Cameron House

Soulful rock n roll out of Barrie. Real Canadian tunes with nice harmonies and mellow guitarmonies. Cut from the same cloth as the Sheepdogs.

 

 Pony - Wednesday May 4 @ The Silver Dollar Room

I've been waitin' to hear more from Pony. Hoping for a new record from them soon. These gals play very nice lo-fi garage pop that'll hook you instantly.

Pet Sun - Wednesday May 4 @ Smiling Buddha AND Friday May 6 @ Lee's Palace

One of our favorites here at the Deli. Pet Sun comes from Hamilton with top notch doom garage. They are about to take over so don't miss either of these opportunities to see them "before it was cool"

Ol'CD - Thursday May 5 @ Handlebar

Garage/surf/psych/all around awesome friggin' tunes. This band will make you want to party...straight up. They go on super late on Thursday so you'll be primed and ready. Don't even think about working on Friday.

Chastity - Friday May 6 @ Velvet Underground

Very mysterious band out of Whitby. Interesting tunes with cool arrangements and a laziness to the vocals that keeps you concentrated. Alt-rock with a progessive twist.

Get a CMW Pass and enjoy! -Kris Gies





Three punky NYC bands at Shea Stadium on 05.05: Big Ups, Dirty Dishes and Washer

Slacking noise lovers shouldn't miss this show at Shea Stadium on 05.05, since it features threee NYC bands with a noisy sound and a slacking attitude. Post-hardcore quartet Big Ups - our Best NYC Emerging Band of 2014 - will headline the bill and kick off a three date north east tour in support of their recent release 'Before a Million Universes.'  Their label mates, slacker rockers Washer will be one of the opening acts; after releasing a split EP with Big Ups in 2014, this past January released their debut album 'Here Comes Washer.' on the bill also noise rock purveyors Dirty Dishes, who recently expanded to a trio (picture) and released a new single in February entitled "All of Me" (streaming) and spent the early spring touring the East coast.





New Track: "Winter Grey" - Psychic Teens

Below is the latest track from Psychic Teens forthcoming album NERVE, called "Winter Grey". A thick, murky undercurrent rolls over the band's new single with Larry Ragone's signature baritone vocals digging away below the surface. NERVE is due out on May 13 via SRA Records, and Psychic Teens will be performing next in Philly on Saturday, May 28 at Johnny Brenda's with Mt. Billions.

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