This is a preview of the new Deli charts - we are working on finalizing them by the end of 2013.

Go to the old Top 300 charts



National Site

Empires' Bang

Empires have finally released their music video for the track "Bang" which appeared on the EP of the same name. The band has toured all over the place this year in support of the EP and have built up a huge fan base.


The Streets On Fire's Astronaut Love Triangle

The Streets On Fire just released a new video for their track "Astronaut Love Triangle". They will be playing Beat Kitchen this Friday December 3rd with Magic Milk and Emcee Phase.


From the Open Blog: The New Time!

The New Time formed in the fall of 2006 in the heart of Pennsylvania's former coal belt. Led by Alaskan songwriter John Davidson, the band moved to Philadelphia, expanded its lineup and released a demo EP, With Signs Following, in the fall of 2007. The band teamed up with producer Nathan Johnson (Brick, The Brothers Bloom) in February 2009 to record the EP, An Incomplete History, which the band self-released in July 2009. In August 2009, The New Time relocated to Austin, Texas, where Davidson has assembled a new lineup with Megan Oprea (strings), Justin Cope (bass), Mark Lynch (drums), and Gregg Cornish (keys). This second iteration of the band began playing shows in Austin during SXSW 2010 and is currently working on a debut full-length album.

(Ed.: this post taken from The New Time's post on our DIY Open Blog, check out other Open Blog posts in the Deli Kitchen.)


Xray Eyeballs and Dream Diary play Kanine Christmas show on 12.3

Since Leo from Kanine Records is very good at finding promising emerging local bands (he discovered Grizzly Bear, Surfer Blood and Chairlift among many others), it's always interesting to see who is playing his label's shows. On December 3rd Kanine will celebrate the holiday season with in house, folk-punk band We Are Country Mice, ethereal psych poppers Dream Diary, celebrated indie rockers Grooms, and lo fi combo Xray Eyeballs, a band we've never covered before, and which sounds a little like a punkier version of Crystal Stilts, we are digging their myspace songs, so check them out.


Where Is My Mind? Arc In Round's Jeff Zeigler & Mikele Edwards

Tonight we will be at Johnny Brenda’s with WKDU, Golden Ages, Tadoma and the Pink Skull DJs to help celebrate the release of Arc In Round’s newest EP Diagonal Fields (you can check out our review of it here). It’s been a while since we’ve heard new material from our local noise-pop/shoegaze crew, and we are very happy that there will be more to come with plans of a new full length and touring already set for 2011. We had a chance to catch up with the always busy Jeff Zeigler and Mikele Edwards so check out where their minds are here. (Photo by Kristie Lee Krause)

- news for musician and music pros -