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Hot Lips - "Piranha" Video Premiere!

Hot Lips are one of the most talked about bands around Toronto right now. They have an aggressive rock sound with some electronic influences not too far off from a Death From Above style. They are able to achieve this with their bass/drums/synth instrumentation. Their whole vibe has a dark sexiness to it which is apparent in this brand new video for their track “Piranha”. This live-off-the-floor video was recorded at Playdead Cult Studios and recorded/mixed by their longtime producer Josh G. Bowman. Alex Black (bass) and Keith Heppler (drums) lay down a thunderous rhythm while vocalist Karli Forget wails throughout the whole song and even grabs a bass of her own near the end for a slammin’ double bass attack. Hot Lips have a number of shows lined up across Ontario this fall including their single release party at Junction City Music Hall on October 13th. – Kris Gies





Hot Lips - "Limelight" Video Premiere!

This Toronto band has a very unique set up. Hot Lips is a 3 piece rock n roll outfit with bass, drums and synth. Similar to popular 2 piece bass and drum bands like DFA or Royal Blood except they add some wild synth and female vocals over top to give a most interesting sound. Often compared to a crossover between Nine Inch Nails and the Yeah Yeah Yeah’s. The Deli is pleased to premiere their brand new video for “Limelight”. It’s a rippin’ tune guaranteed to make ya sweat just like the members of the band in the video. They will be celebrating the release of this video on Saturday December 9th at Junction City Music Hall alongside Menage, Micopanik and Honey Beard. Advance tickets available here. – Kris Gies

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HOT LIPS RELEASE PARTY FRIDAY!

This fuzz trio out of Toronto has one of the biggest buzzes goin on right now. Hot Lips consists of synth, fuzz bass and drums. The female vocals give it an extra bad ass vibe as it fits in perfectly with the thumping drums and noisy fuzz. “American Hardcore” is their first single and it won’t be long until its included in a thriller or horror movie soundtrack. Very loud with some elements from industrial and electronic music. Their EP release show is Friday September 8th at the Baby G. The Crooked, Rue Bella and Mad Machines playing in support. – Kris Gies

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