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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 Video: "Statue of Gordon" (EXCEPTER remix) - Aunt Dracula

Here is a new video from Aunt Dracula for “Statue of Gordon” off of their upcoming remix LP Peel Face. The churning, industrial remix by EXCEPTER is hypnotic and relentless, while the trippy, lo-fi VHS clips twist and warp with the eight minute freak-pop epic.


New Video: "Images" and "Out Of Line" - Bleeding Rainbow

Filter Magazine recently shared this video of Bleeding Rainbow performing two songs “Images” and “Out of Line”. Filmed at Four Foot Studios, in Brooklyn, “Images” immediately pounces with force, while “Out of Line “ drifts in, through a haze, gradually building its’ powerful punch. 


New Track: “Summery Dream” - Kite Party

Just in time for some nice weather, Kite Party has released a hazy, laid-back track that is somewhere between their punk-rock roots and Yo La Tengo. The shoe-gaze guitars and distant vocals would go great with a beer and sitting on a stoop.  So get to it. 


Ghost Gum, Leaky Soups Play Golden Tea House April 9th

Who said the middle of the week can’t be fun? Tonight the Golden Tea House welcome five heartbroken bands to entertain us with shadenfreude as we usher in the weekend. Headlining the evening are the punk crooners and Tea House regulars Leaky Soups featuring the totally cool Cullan Bonilla on vocals and assorted stringed instruments. The gem of the evening should be a set by the grungy Ghost Gum. Coming off the release of their bite-sized demos in February and led by Catnaps’ Carolyn Haynes, these shoegaze rockers are going places. You can also catch two out-of-towners, the deep-voiced Tyler Daniel Bean from Burlington and Portland’s The Hague. Golden Tea House, (Please contact one of the acts or venue.), 7:30pm, $5, All Ages – Maggie Grabmeier 


New Track: "Happy Anniversary" - Monday Appreciation Society

Here is a stark, contemplative new track from the pensive indie rock two piece Monday Appreciation Society. The nostalgic track is at once a lonesome ballad and a warm blanket in a frigid room. Complimented by some light keys and a drifting trumpet line, the song slows down time, even just for a couple minutes.  The track is off their upcoming album, If You Were Here, I’d Be Home Now, out in June.  

Cayetana Rocks Golden Tea House April 8th

South Philly’s high-kicking Cayetana plays Golden Tea House tonight with Strange Relations, Hurry, and Cruiser. Channeling Liz Phair and Sleater-Kinney frequencies, Augusta Koch, Allegra Anka, and Kelly Olsen have been touring and hitting the local scene hard since forming at a party in 2011.  Check out “Hot Dad Calendar” and “Ella” before tonight’s show or catch Cayetana at The Fire on April 29 and Union Transfer on May 31before they kick off a national tour with The Menzingers on June 4.  Please contact one of the acts or Golden Tea House for details. – Jaime Pannone (Photo by Mary Ferrigno) 

New Video: "The Sea, The Sea" - Teen Men

Directed by Sylvio Bernardi, this video for Teen Men’s “The Sea, The Sea” is a playfully montage that coincides with the song’s lyrics. Using a plastic salesman and a gorilla costume co-inhabiting the coherent with a touch of the strange.



New Track: "Cowards Get What They Deserve" - Marc Neibauer

This live version of “Cowards Get What They Deserve” by Marc Neibauer was recorded Saturday at The Fire. It casts a dreary grey-cloud tone, which appears appropriate given Mother Nature’s current outlook.


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