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The Landing plays Baby's All Right tonight (11.28) + talks about the creative process on Delicious Audio

Meditating about the universe is heavy stuff but, like much in life, you have the option of being consumed, or delighted by your surroundings. Brooklyn-based electronic artist, The Landing, does the latter. Producing synth-pop tracks that have their feet planted firmly on the ground, but their eyes to the sky, The Landing’s songs capture the bliss of infinity, but are packaged in a way that harkens back to pop hits of the early 60's. The result is tunes that are spacey in scope, but still feel like home. The Landing will be performing tonight (11.28) at Baby's All Right on a uber-cool all NYC electronic bill including also Salt Cathedral and Ela Minus. He also answered a few questions about his creative process in the interview below.

Q&A with The Landing about the creative process on Delicious Audio.





New Myrrias Single Release Available for Streaming & Download

Myrrias just announced that they will be releasing a full-length album, titled Spectra, this Friday, December 2 via Jeff Zeigler's new record label Soft Dystopia, and it will be available on cassette and digitally. The record will consist of four previously unreleased tracks as well as live recordings of songs found on their debut Endless Winter Session. They'll be celebrating the album's arrival next Wednesday, December 7 at Johnny Brenda's with Valley Exit (who are also releasing their first LP), Long Spells, and Sububurban Living (DJ set). Myrrias will be taking a break from playing out live after the release show as keyboardist/vocalist Mikele Edwards prepares to give birth in the coming year (Congrats, Mikele!); however, the group will continue writing and recording as they plan to release another EP in late spring/early summer. Take their latest single, "PEAK," for a spin below, along with its B-side "My Spell," which was written by Emily Robb for the band, before forming Louie Louie.





New Track: "Dreams" (Fleetwood Mac Cover) - Hemming

After recently catching Stevie Nicks perform at the Wells Fargo Center, Candice Martello, a.k.a. Hemming, became inspired to take on a Fleetwood Mac classic. "She told me to follow my dreams," and it led her to work on this killer acoustic version of "Dreams," which was recorded in Martello's basement. Enjoy! (Photo by John Ryan)





Thirdstory releases new single 'G Train", plays Baby's All Right on 12/18

This could be the first and last time you read about NYC band Thirdstory on the pages of The Deli. It's not like we have anything against the talented soul-folk band, rather, it's that too many people are beginning to jam with their catchy, rugged sound. The latest of their newer legion of fans appears to be none other than critically-acclaimed emcee Pusha T. On the highlight of the trio's recently released Searching EP, "G Train," they pair up with Pusha to deliver a hard-hitting track that embodies the gritty, resilent nature of New York and New Yorkers. Though T is from Virginia, he feels right at home on a song about the underside of The Big Apple. Thirdstory are on a world tour right now, but you can catch them back at home on 12/18 at Baby's All Right. — Henry Solotaroff-Webber 

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





HEALTH shares new video for "L.A. Looks"

Noise punk group HEALTH sure have come a long way since we first wrote about them during their start, and it's great to still see them at their idiosyncratic best. Their latest video off of last year's Death Magic, "L.A. Looks", is a stylistically retro take on public access television that equally exposes and pokes fun at the weirder side of Los Angeles. Consider it as an apt travel guide for for those who've yet to visit our lovely city. Proceed with caution.

 

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