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Brooklyn Wildlife and The Deli Magazine team up to bring you to the beating heart of DIY.  Saturday July 26, at Brooklyn Fireproof (119 Ingraham St.), Hip Hop reminds you of its true colors with a showcase of Rock, Rap, Punk, Tattoos, Live Painting, DJs, VJs, and BBQ. Starting at 4pm come have a snack and boogie down with the legendary DJ Soul Slinger.  Grab a tattoo from Badder Israel as the sun sets, then prepare for the cavalcade of music from Higher AnimalsEULAMelody JoyDeathrow TullThe Pluto MoonsPaxico RecordsJoya BravoRue Brown, and a special Brooklyn Wildlife set featuring Ohene Cornelius, Johnny Voltik, Tyquan Sounds, Stonehenge Parnhashnakovsky and more.  As the night rolls forward, lose yourself in the sexy glitch visuals of Matt Romein and live painting by Lexi Bella and Danielle Mastrion.  There will be skin.  There will be sounds, sights, and spectacle.  The best Bushwick has to offer.  Wear your shaking shoes and tape your glasses to your face or chance being blinded by the revelry.

Facebook event here.

July 16, 2014
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July 14, 2014
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Yo NYC folks!

There's no anniversary without one (or three) parties!

Please join us to celebrate The Deli's Ten Year Anniversary at these awesome events - FULL POSTER HERE

RSVP via FB! Brooklyn Wlidfire PartyBrooklyn Bazaar Shows

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO!

July 07, 2014
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There is a growing connection between the up and coming grunge rockers out of New England and a select few New York City bands.  Artists like Krill, Ovlov, and Pile have been taking and doling out influence from and to NYC bands like Bluffing, Big Neck Police and the focus of this review, The Gradients.  The last time I saw The Gradients was at the Living Gallery in Brooklyn last summer, so when I witnessed the solid crowd of followers that the band had amassed at Hot 97.4 this past weekend I was excited to see how their sound had evolved.  Indeed The Gradients have come a long way; their songs contain powerful, driving melodies complete with an exciting, New York City-themed frustration.  Their use of lazy harmonies is especially effective on their new single, "Growing Pile," where the chorus becomes layered in raspy vocals of that good, sweet teenage angst we all know and love.  You can check out The Gradients next week on July 29th at Palisades with Washer, Palm and The Doozies.  - Jake Saunders

July 27, 2014
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“Bands are unstable molecules, bands don’t want to be bands, they want to fly apart. There’s always tension; I think a lot of that’s where the music comes from." You can find these words in the Mishka Shubali feature on our recent Ten Year Anniversary issue, and they certainly hit the nail on the head when applied to CT/NYC based indie pop band Grand Cousin, who find themselves in the peculiar position of celebrating - on the same night - an EP release show and a farewell party. The trio plays an intense brand of pop with folk tinges that's partly reminiscent of Jeff Buckley. Check out the recent video for single 'Oxygen' and - if you dig - enjoy the band's last show at Arlene's on 07.27 

July 24, 2014
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Homegrown This Is Hardcore Fest kicks off today! Going on its 9th year, the brainchild of Joe Hardcore has blossomed into the premier hardcore event in the world. (Yeah, I said it - WORLD!) It will also be the first year that the fest will be presented by Noisey. TIH will be taking place over the next four days (July 24 - 27) at the Electric Factory with after-parties around the city if you feel like you have released enough aggression yet. PA acts that you'll want to check out are Blacklisted (of course), Title FightTurmoil, and Code Orange Kids with plethora of badass transient groups like Converge, Madball, and Ringworm to help send the pits into a frenzy. The Electric Factory's parking lot will also host a gathering of food vendors and booths featuring eclectic goods and social causes. And yes, there is re-entry you jagaloons!

July 24, 2014
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