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Discovered at the Otis Mountain Get Down Fest: Khruangbin

I was at Otis Mountain Get Down this weekend in Elizabethtown, NY, and the band Khruangbin headlined Saturday night and provided me with one of the best musical experiences of my entire life. Aside from the fact that Otis is my favorite music festival, this was just the most amazing psych-rock band to see late at night. They're a trio from Houston, Texas, and they draw inspiration from the late-'60s psychedelic funk stylings of Thailand. They had an amazing vibe, and incredibly subtle-yet-tight drummer (think Bernard Purdie), and the flyest guitar sounds. 

It's also worth mentioning that Otis is an incredible music festival. The curator, Quillan George, lives in Oregon now but went to college in Burlington and was/is a big part of the music curation scene there. The whole lineup was stellar. The band Lewis Del Mar (on the cover of The Deli's 2016 SXSW issue) was also really amazing. - Dan Rome





NYC Record of the Month: Bangladeafy - "Narcopaloma"

We are here, desperately tapping the big HELP button on our Life Alert pendant because the latest release from NYC's Bangladeafy has left us bowled over on the floor. Narcopaloma, the band's newest EP, is an unrelenting chaos machine, delivering proggy riffage at its absolute best--there's not a single passage on here that feels either half baked or overworked. The duo of Jon Ehlers and Atif Haq also drop such technically intense licks that any four-piece band would be left eating their dust. Make no mistake, Narcopaloma is a mammoth work (well deserving of multiple listens), but it manages to feel consistently innovative rather than overly indulgent. The record kicks off with "Termites," a frenzied, sonic bomb that deals in both sledge-hammer, driving, brutishness, and jazzy, finessed grooves. "Act Like An Adult," the album's third track, bursts its way through melodies, and puts Haq's slick drum chops on full display. The EP's devilish bends and turns culminate in "Trillionaire," a tune that somehow forges the band's melodic mathcore affection with Latin-feel ostinato. It's an unlikely match, but then again, there's nothing predictable about this band. Check out "Termites" off Narcopaloma streaming below, and seriously, do yourself a favor and check out Bangladeafy playing with Seven)Suns and Cleric 9/27 at St. Vitus. We'll hedge our bets now that these are guys to watch. - Olivia Sisinni





Buzz Alert! Sweater Beats announces "For The Cold" EP + tours

Brooklyn based (via Maryland and the Philippines) electronic musician Antonio Cuna, better known as Sweater Beats, is wrapping up the summer with the announcement of his brand new “For The Cold” EP (on Big Beat Records), his debut live tour of the same name, and ainfectious new single titled “Better” (streaming below) that blends the chilled atmospheres of trip hop with the melodic substance of synth pop. The young man has been working with several heavy weights on tracks and remixes including Diplo, Omarion, Chance the Rapper, Flume and Chet Faker just to name a few. His debut tour will bring him to the Music Hall of Williamsburg on November 26th. - Photo by Jasmine Safaeian

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





New Track: "Lovely Times" - Suburban Living

Get swept away with the beautiful new track from Suburban Living! "Lovely Times," which premiered earlier today at CLRVYNT, is the second single off the band's forthcoming album Almost Paradise, which was recorded by Jeff Zeigler and is due out on October 7 via 6131 Records. Suburban Living will celebrate its arrrival with a hometown show on Saturday, October 8 at The Foundry. (Photo by Melissa Anne Tilley)





Yoke Lore tours with Elliot Moss, plays Bowery on 09.22 + talks about the creative process on Delicious Audio

Combing lush vocal harmonies and smart, dance-y, instrumental layers, Yoke Lore creates tunes that have the force of a formidable sonic front, but still manage to soundm sincere. Though his tracks reflect a ready-for-airwaves sheen, there's nothing about the Brooklyn-based artist's music that seems rote, and his work is at once accessible and soul-baring. The man was asked to open for like-minded NYC musician Eliot Moss on his upcoming east coast tour, and the two will be sharing the stage of the Bowery Ballroom on September 22nd. Recently, Yoke Lore made The Deli privy to his wide range of influences, and what goes on during his creative process. - Olivia Sisinni, Photo by Jacob Wayler

Delicious Audio's interview with Yoke Lore about the creative process.

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