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The Fruit Flies debut with lo-fi "Daddy's Car"

Self-described as The Dead meets The Experience, The Fruit Flies '60s psychedelic influences are worn on their sleeves. Their new song and accompanying video "Daddy's Car" are full of lo-fi excitement and a perfect addition to playlists featuring artists like The Strokes or even The Kinks. Check out the video below for "Daddy's Car" and stay tuned to the band's Facebook for more coming soon!

 





Wax Mistress return with trippy "Mind Designs"

It's hard to get tired of trippy Beatles-inspired psychedelia when it just makes you feel so good. And that's exactly what Wax Mistress deliver on their second single "Mind Designs". "Fill your minds / With their designs / Cellophane tides," the chorus suggests, invoking "Lucy in the Sky"-esque imagery over swimming-in-reverb guitars and panning drum fills. Stay tuned for Wax Mistress's full EP soon, and catch them at The East Room on January 24! Listen to "Mind Designs" below! - Chris Thiessen

 

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Jon Worthy debuts indie rock LP "Only A Dream"

For those of you who love Cage the Elephant, original member Lincoln Parish has collaborated with and produced a new artist breaking into the Nashville indie scene: Jon Worthy. From the driving and swinging "You Drive Me Insane" to the sing-along "So Alive", Only A Dream is full of energy and life. "Take a deep breath, you'll be just fine / Hold your head up / Give yourself some time," Worthy offers with optimism. Check out "You Drive Me Insane" below, and make sure to check out the whole album on Soundcloud, Spotify, and wherever else music can be found! - Chris Thiessen





Introducing The Deli Nashville's year-end playlist!

2017 was a year of plenty for Nashville's music scene. So we decided to make a Spotify playlist to celebrate all the excellent music and hard-working musicians that call Music City home. From Americana to grooving funk, from indie superstars to the fairly obscure, here are 100 tracks we enjoyed this year from our Nashville neighbors! Be sure to follow the playlist AND follow The Deli Nashville on Spotify for more playlists in the future. And of course, please share with your friends! - Chris Thiessen





Nashville's punk rockers Bully playing Mercy Lounge this week!

After releasing their debut in 2015, Bully have earned a national audience with their raw garage punk sound. Their sophomore album Losing released just a few months ago on Sub Pop Records, and they're out on tour to support the record. Luckily for us in Nashville, they're playing Mercy Lounge for three days straight! While the Friday (Dec. 15) show with Daddy Issues and Butthole is sold out, you can still catch them Thursday (Dec. 14) with Adia Victoria and Western Medication, or on Saturday (Dec. 16) with Pujol and Sad Baxter. Check the links for tickets, and watch their video for "Feel the Same" below!

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