x
the_deli_magazine

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


Go to the old Top 300 charts

Cancel

los angeles





BYSTS whip up the noise on Dreamland EP

BYSTS specialize in noisy squall with a sweet touch on their latest EP, Dreamland. The Los Angeles-via-Utah duo of Bryan Holbrook and Stefanie Marlow draw on some familiar influences, from The Jesus and Mary Chain's elegant fuzz to Taste-era The Telescopes, pushing forth a swirling array of layered distortion that both thrills and numbs the senses. There's a  keen toughness present on this all-too-brief release, three smoldering tracks where the duo delivers their bluesy noise with amped-up precision and lush vocal harmonies. 

Dreamland EP is out now on all streaming platforms. 

|




World

Time: 
20:00
Band name: 
Fareed Haque, Arcoda
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/FareedHaqueJazz/
Venue name: 
Corazon
|




Songwriters

Time: 
21:00
Band name: 
PetePidgeon&Arcoda
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/petepidgeon
Venue name: 
Corazon
|




Launder releases intoxicating new single "Powder"

John Cudlip, otherwise known as Launder, recently dropped his newest single, “Powder,” an intoxicating mash-up of shoegazing instruments and poetic lyrics that mold the ebb and flow of this talented artist. Launder’s musical performance throws you into a passion-induced trance of 90’s indie and 00’s punk rock, which instills a certain type of emotion that is established immediately when the song begins. Indie rock has become a genre that mainstream media has recently been catching wind of and shaping into their own relatable and recognizable sound. Fortunately for us, Launder’s exclusive voice and stimulating musical performance throw the radio craze for a whirlwind, lighting up any occasion; including your dinner, wedding rehearsal, reunion, Thanksgiving, happy hour and evenings alone with a bottle of wine. Launder’s ability to highlight a single emotion through lyrics and then pair it with a powerhouse musical ensemble sets an indescribable mood that one can only understand with headphones on loud and lights off. “Powder” is mood defying, unapologetically original, strangely familiar, and refreshingly exclusive. Kayla Hay

|




Sawyer Fox finds comfort in song on "One of These Days"

Sawyer Fox faces his sorrows on "One of These Days." The Long Beach native's debut single sounds exceptionally surefooted for a first effort, a capoed song with a waltz-like embrace which breezes by with a melancholic temperament. There are shades of the late Elliott Smith in his candid vocal delivery as well as Aimee Mann's minor-key compositions, especially in how he expresses a bittersweet yearning for stability and identity with an otherwise optimistic tone. He could've done just fine with his elegant bare-bones arrangement, except that he further embellishes "Days" with a resplendent piano line that suggests his talents are broader than in first sight. Fox is onto something special here, and I can't wait to hear what comes next. Juan Rodríguez

|
|
|

- news for musician and music pros -

Loading...