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

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New Album: "Love of Loneliness/ Sickness Blues" - Tin Horses

Tin Horses recently released a limited edition Lathe Cut 7” Love of Loneliness/Sickness Blues via Third Uncle Records. “Love of Loneliness” takes on a casual steady rocking; while “Sickness Blues” starts on a similar path adding a brooding bluesy edge. Stream it below.


New Video: "Whore" - Moon Bounce

The always entertaining Moon Bounce aka Corey Regensburg sprung a new video on us today, and boy is it a doozie. If you have seen the video for his earlier single, “Shake” you may not be too surprised, but this clip is fantastically disturbing. The video follows a creep tyke facing his demons in a surreal series of events. The song, Whore, grinds, humps, and weaves it way through the nightmarish narrative. The twisted serenade is sweet and bitter at once. The track is off of his Dress Rehearsal EP, which is out now. Check out the video below.-Adam G.


New Album: "Death By Broomstick" - OhBree

Today, Death By Broomstick,, the new album by OhBree  is out, streaming and available for purchase. Death by Broomstick approaches pop through a dark-warped humorous lens delivering delightfully disturbing songs that will creep into your head and anchor down. Check the whole thing out below. 


Very Ape! A Night of Real Rock ft. Village at Ortleib's April 15th

Tonight three bands gather at the Ortlieb’s stage for a free “real rock” event named after a song by the realest rockers out there, Nirvana. Featured is the distortion-driven hard rock band Village. The psychedelic trio stays true to their roots and influences with classic slow, fuzzy jams.  After the release of their utter tease of a demo a few weeks ago, the band is proving how versatile they can be instrumentally. Joining Village will be Todd Fausnacht and the Well Whiskey Wind Whistlers, a band that is also true to their country blues genre. Adding in that final “rock” element, rounding out the set will be Seismic Thrust, a surfy, indie trio of childhood buddies playing a mix of catchy and experimental songs. All in all, this event is sure to please any kind of rock lover, and rest assured it will be “very ape”. Ortlieb’s, 847 N. 3rd St., 9pm, FREE, 21+– Maggie Grabmeier

New Album: "Easy Victim, Charitable Deceptions" - W.C. Lindsay

W.C. Lindsay, the electro-punk project by William Charles Lindsay, has released their new album, Easy Victim, Charitable Deceptions on Big Footprints Records today. The label, started by Modern Baseball’s Brendan Lukens, has released a series of splits, but now they are handling W.C. Lindsay’s new full-length release. The album is fraught with doubt and full of questions, but the catchy melodies, and Lindsay’s emotive croon make the album an easy, and enjoyable listen. Stream the whole thing below. 


New Video: "Dead Or Alive" - Soulpete ft. Hezekiah and DJ Ace

Here is a new, trippy video for Soulpete’s first single “Dead or Alive” ft. Hezekiah and Dj Ace, off of his newest album, Soul Raw, out May 30th.  The mostly black and white video follows Hezekiah spitting while wandering around the Czech Republic.  Check it out below.  


Amanda X Signs to Summer Bummer Records

Before embarking on a Midwest/Canadian tour post-punk trio Amanda X will perform twice this week with shows tomorrow at Kung Fu Necktie and Sunday at Golden Tea House. The group recently signed to LA-based label Summer Bummer Records, while suggesting that a new release could be out late this summer. 


New Track: "Move That Dope" (Freestyle) - Young Savage

Young Savage’s latest effort “Move That Dope” (Freestyle ) balances a thick trudging pace-setting beat with torrential turns of phrase that may need a few laps before catching ideal speed.



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