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New Track: "Arizona (I Wanna Be Your Man)" - Shannen Moser

I’ll Sing, the forthcoming album from Shannen Moser, will be released on September 7 via Lame-O Records. “Arizona (I Wanna Be Your Man)” is its lead single, exploring a hypothetical road trip in a yearning, open-letter kind of way. That sense of longing lingers as the backbeat matriculates across the map, highlighted by quick punches of guitar and the earnest, emotive power of Moser's vocals. You can catch her at Everybody Hits on Wednesday, August 22, where she'll be joined by Cherry and Sidney Gish.





Deli NYC Issue #55 is out! Half Waif and NYC MixCon 2018!

Attention music lovers!

The new issue of The Deli NYC is out on the cloud (we are at #55!) and we are psyched to have Half Waif on its cover - her latest album Lavander is an absolute gem! Print copies will hit the streets of NYC this coming weekend.

Inside, you will also find a very informational article about the state of the record industry, featuring an extensive Q&A with 4 NYC record label insiders.

Finally, this is also the yearly issue linked to our NYC MixCon 2018, the FREE event entirely focused on mixing advice provided by world class producers - a must for any young engineer or home recording musician interested in refining their mixing skills!

The Folks at The Deli





Shade - Sign to Sleepless Records, Release "Controller" Single

Recently signed to Sleepless Records; Shade is a powerful Hamilton 5 piece that blend 90’s Britpop with pure fuzzed out grunge. They just dropped their first single “Controller”. This tune has a very catchy riff that gets better every time you hear it. The vocals weave through the song as if Liam Gallagher was possessed by the devil. The track actually sounds like an evil b-side from ‘Definitely Maybe’. They have more tunes in the can so we just have to wait patiently for more Shade! See em live at Hamilton’s Supercrawl during the weekend of September 13-16. – Kris Gies





Samuel Sandoval releases poetic 'Tupper' EP

The most recent release by Samuel Sandoval, the singer-songwriter from Meriden, Connecticut, Tupper (streaming below) is meant to be read almost as much as it is meant to be listened to. Take for example the opening line of “Philly, City of Brotherly Love” (“I knew they were rich by the way they left their plates on the table”) which uses simplicity to snap a cultural criticism into place. Sandoval’s sharp wit, colored by his experimental folk-leaning arrangements, interrogates, but it also soothes. The whispers are just as important as the shouts, a balance that is curated earnestly by Sandoval’s hand. - Lilly Milman, photo by Zack Gomez





Indie rock band Harvey Trisdale share bittersweet new track "Baby"

Harvey Trisdale have bloomed all the way from Ohio and planted their self-titled roots in LA. One thing the four-piece and I have in common is that we both hail from small towns, except they used their boredom and lack of activities to become talented musicians while I now write about them. Fast-forward through hours of jam sessions, writing blocks and multi-instrumental practicing, the band landed at Silver Lake Lounge on July 20 to celebrate all of their hard work. Before releasing their debut self-titled album, All Things Go, they leaked the single “Baby.” Packed with dreamy vocals, indie-pop vibes, and beautiful guitar strums to break your heart, Harvey Trisdale sings the soundtrack to my current love life. “Baby” is a short and bittersweet song with lyrics that will empty your tissue box, but the mesmerizing lyrics only last about 2 minutes before they serenade us with instrumentals that put the “Top 10” artists argument to rest.

Harvey Trisdale have no upcoming shows, but you can follow them on social media to stay up to date on new releases and future shows. - Kayla Hay

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