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EWR 3rd Annual Valentine's Dance @ The 5 Spot, 2/12/11

There’s going to be a whole lot of love heating up The 5 Spot Saturday night. Why? Because Electric Western Records is hosting its 3rd Annual Valentine’s Dance. There will be a free photo booth and a live band will provide soul and Motown favorites, including some Ray Charles, to keep you dancing and set the mood for sexy times afterward. It starts at 10. Bring $8 for entry and get ready for drinkin’, dancin’ and romancin’. – Jessica Pace

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Walter Sickert & the Army of Broken Toys win New England Best of 2010 Poll! Full results

Fellow New Englanders,

After a seizure inducing 2 months of polling and voting and number churning and link pasting... HABEMUS POLL WINNER!



Congrats to our 2010 champions, the orchestral, rootsy punks Walter Sickert & the Amy of Broken Toys, who preceded classic rock heroes (and not exactly mellow) Mellow Bravo and alt rockers Sidewalk Driver. Here's a picture of that crazy army during a recent show... and here's the full list of our Best of New England 2010 Emerging Artists Poll:

 
Artist
J
F
W

OS

TOTAL
 
1
Walter Sickert & the ARmy...
3
1.5
1
 
5.5
2
Mellow Bravo
5
0.057
 
 
5.057
icon
3
Sidewalk Driver
5
0.046
 
 
5.046
icon
4
The Wandas
1
2
1
0.75
4.75
icon
5
Ghost Box Orchestra
4
0.057
 
 
4.057
icon
6
MMOSS
3
0.018
1
 
4.018
icon
7
Brothers McCann
 
3
 
0.5
3.5
icon
8
Blue Button
3
0.397
 
 
3.397
icon
9
Brenda
3
0.15
 
 
3.15
icon
10
Streight Angular
3
0.124
 
 
3.124
icon
11
Lake Street Dive
3
0.083
 
 
3.083
icon
12
Michael Bernier & the Uprising
3
0.035
 
 
3.035
icon
13 
Spirit Kid
2
0.031
1
 
3.031
icon
14
Margaret Glaspy
2
0.027
1
 
3.027
icon
15
Young Adults
3
0.022
 
 
3.022
icon
16
Lady Lamb the Beekeeper
2
0.017
1
 
3.017
icon
17
Kingsley Flood
3
0.009
 
 
3.009
icon
 18
doomstar!
3
0.009
 
 
3.009
icon
19
Gem Club
3
0.006
 
 
3.006
icon
20
Girlfriends
3
0.005
 
 
3.005
 
Oranjuly
3
0.004
 
 
3.004
icon
22
David Wax Museum
3
0.002
 
 
3.002
icon
23
Abbie Barrett
2
0.144
 
 
2.144
icon
 
Wesley Hartley & The...
2
0.047
 
 
2.047
icon
 
Good Kids Sprouting Horns
 
0.039
1
1
2.039
icon
26
Ladderlegs
2
0.021
 
 
2.021
icon
27
Rough Francis
2
0.02
 
 
2.02
icon
28 
Faces on Film
1
0.01
1
 
2.01
icon
29
Endless Wave
2
0.009
 
 
2.009
icon
30
Banditas
2
0.005
 
 
2.005
icon
31
Sodafrog
2
0.004
 
 
2.004
icon
32
Hooray for Earth
1
0.003
1
 
2.003
icon
 
Quilt
2
0.003
 
 
2.003
icon
34
Herbcraft
2
0.002
 
 
2.002
icon
35
Hey Mama
 
0.006
1
0.5
1.506
icon
36
Villenelles
1
0.018
 
0.5
1.068
icon
37
Organic Sound Project
1
0.041
 
 
1.041
icon
37
Butterfly Starpower
1
0.028
 
 
1.028
icon
39
Hallowed Butchery of the Son
1
0.021
 
 
1.021
icon
 
The Brother Kite
1
0.021
 
 
1.021
icon
 
The Organ Beats
1
0.021
 
 
1.021
icon
40
Jenny Dee & the Deelinquents
 
0.017
 
1
1.017
icon
41
Ad Frank & the Fast Easy...
1
0.01
 
 
1.01
icon
42
Avoxblue
1
0.006
 
 
1.006
icon
 
Dietrich Strause
1
0.006
 
 
1.006
icon
 
Night Fruit
1
0.006
 
 
1.006
icon
43
The Timberfakes
1
0.001
 
 
1.001
icon
44
The Luxury
 
0.1
 
0.75
0.85
icon
45
Nervous
 
0.021
 
0.75
0.771
icon
46
Love in Stockholm
 
0.155
 
0.5
0.655
icon
47
Bobb Trimble's Flying Spiders
 
0.017
 
0.5
0.517
icon
48
Air Traffic Controller
 
0.035
 
0.5
0.535
icon
49
Spirit Animal
 
0.028
 
0.5
0.528
icon
50
This Blue Heaven
 
0.02
 
0.5
0.52
icon
51
Casey Desmond
 
0.009
 
0.5
0.509
icon
52
Camp Island
 
0.001
 
0.5
0.501
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Legend: J = Jury - OS = Open Submissions - W = Deli Writers - F = Fans

Thanks to all the jurors and the bands and the fans who helped us put together this list of artists. Please don't take our poll too seriously (but not even too lightly, as these are great new bands!), we see it as a fun, playful way to give exposure to deserving emerging local artists, and as an opportunity to keep our finger on the New England scene's pulse.
The Deli's Staff





Baths win Deli LA Best of 2010 Poll! Full results!

Fellow Los Angelinos (and Los Angelinas of course...),

After a seizure inducing 2 months of polling and voting and number churning and link pasting... HABEMUS POLL WINNER!



Congrats to celestial electronic dude of Baths, who preceded rootsy psych-pop charmers Pepper Rabbit and dreamy electro-droners Superhumanoids, who got a nice push from our Deli writers. Here's a picture of Mr. Baths for the ladies... and here's the full list of our Best of LA 2010 Emerging Artists Poll:

 
Artist
J
W
F

OS

TOTAL
 
1
Baths
5
 
0.088
 
5.088
2
Pepper Rabbit
3
1
0.009
1

5.009

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3
Superhumanoids
3
2
0.004
 
5.004
icon
4
Lord Huron
5
 
0.002
 
5.002
icon
5
Queen Caveat
3
 
1.5
 
4.5
icon
6
Incan Abraham
3
 
0.282
1
4.282
icon
7
White Arrows
4
 
0.062
 
4.062
icon
8
Grouplove
4
 
0.005
 
4.005
icon
9
The Filthy Violets
 
 
3
0.5
3.5
icon
10
Summer Darling
3
 
0.037
 
3.037
icon
11
Foster The People
3
 
0.013
 
3.013
icon
12
Teen Inc
3
 
0.004
 
3.004
icon
13 
The Hunting Accident
3
 
0.003
 
3.003
icon
14
Taylor Loche & The Roughs
2
 
1
 
3
icon
15
Patrick Joseph
 
 
2
0.75
2.75
icon
16
John Carpenter
2
 
0.06
 
2.06
icon
17
Sea of Cortez
2
 
0.037
 
2.037
icon
 18
Nosaj Thing
2
 
0.009
 
2.009
icon
19
Letting Up Despite Great Faults
 
1
0.007
0.5
1.507
icon
20
Red Circle Underground
1
 
0.5
 
1.5
icon
21
Dylan Trees
 
 
0.317
1
1.317
icon
22
He's My Brother She's My Sister
 
 
0.076
1
1.076
icon
23
A House for Lions
1
 
0.074
 
1.074
icon
24
The Smiles
1
 
0.066
 
1.066
icon
25
White Fence
 
 
0.062
1
1.062
icon
26
Cannoneers
 
 
0.056
1
1.056
icon
27
Hands
1
 
0.047
 
1.047
icon
28 
Polls
1
 
0.022
 
1.022
icon
29
Big Whup
1
 
0.015
 
1.015
icon
30
Michael Nhat
 
 
0.01
1
1.01
icon
31
The Black Apples
 
1
0.006
 
1.006
icon
32
Infantree
 
1
0.005
 
1.005
icon
33
The Fling
 
1
0.005
 
1.005
icon
34
Mike Runion
1
 
0.003
 
1.003
icon
35
Ceci Bastida
 
1
0.002
 
1.002
icon
36
Mad Planet
 
 
0.08
0.75
0.83
icon
37
Hot As Sun
 
 
0.044
0.75
0.794
icon
38
Fight From Above
 
 
0.037
0.75
0.787
icon
39
Chasing Kings
 
 
0.032
0.75
0.782
icon
40
Eastern Conference Champion
 
 
0.029
0.75
0.779
icon
41
George Glass
 
 
0.002
0.75
0.752
icon
42
Tara Priya
 
 
0.229
0.5
0.729
icon
43
The Mighty Regis
 
 
0.099
0.5
0.599
icon
44
Manhattan Murder Mystery
 
 
0.033
0.5
0.533
icon
Legend: J = Jury - OS = Open Submissions - W = Deli Writers - F = Fans

Thanks to all the jurors and the bands and the fans who helped us put together this list of artists. Please don't take our poll too seriously (but not even too lightly, as these are great new bands!), we see it as a fun, playful way to give exposure to deserving emerging local artists, and as an opportunity to keep our finger on the LA scene's pulse.

The Deli's Staff

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Sun Airway - The Deli’s Philly Best Emerging Artists of 2010

Dear Deli Readers,

At the bottom of this blog entry you can find the final chart of our Best of Philly Emerging Artists 2010 Poll. Congrats to Sun Airway who won our overall poll!
 

Special thanks to this year’s Deli poll jurors (listed below), writers, readers, and all the artists and their fans who participated - you rock! We wouldn’t have been able to do this without you.

The Deli’s Poll Jurors:
Grace Ambrose, Booker, No Wavelength, Kate Bracaglia, Writer & Editor, Underwater Explosions/Phrequency/uwishunu, Abigail Bruley, Music Editor, two.one.five Magazine, Mikele Edwards, Booker, Silk City, Leah Kauffman, Editor, Phrequency, Kevin Kennedy, Blogger, The Swollen Fox, Jorgan Krug, Sound Engineer, The Ox/World Café Live, Josh T. Landow, DJ, Y-Not Radio, Jeff Meyers, Booker, Beartrap Booking, Alex Nic, Booker, Pilam, Chris Perella, Booker, The Blockley, Mark Schoneveld, Blogger & Record Label Owner, yvynyl/Small Plates Records, Sara Sherr, Booker & Writer, Sugar Town/Philadelphia Daily News, Emily Simpson, Assistant Production Manager, Kung Fu Necktie, Jon Solomon, DJ & Record Label Owner, WPRB/Comedy Minus One, Q.D. Tran, Associate Editor, The Deli Magazine, John Vettese, DJ & Writer, Y-Rock Philly Local/City Paper/The Key, Chris Ward, Booker, Johnny Brenda’s, Bruce Warren, Program Director & Blogger, WXPN/Some Velvet Blog/The Key, Emma Zumberge, Blogger, The World in a Paper Cup
 
 

 
It seems like everything happened so quickly in 2010 for Sun Airway, as things tend to do these days for young artists/bands due to the power of the internet. It’s easy to remember when tracks like “Put the Days Away”, “Waiting on You”, and “Oh, Naoko” began to surface in the blogosphere, which quickly caught the attention of Dead Oceans. Though Sun Airway might feel like an overnight sensation to some, Jon Barthmus and Patrick Marsceill have been heavily involve with the local Philly music scene for years with their former band The A-sides. In fact, most of the tracks that are featured on Sun Airway’s excellent debut Nocturne of Exploded Crystal Chandelier were originally written for The A-sides, but after feeling like the band had run its course and having been inspired by artists like Brian Eno and Manitoba’s Up Into Flames as well as 60s and 70s pop, you find the duo melding these styles together creating beautiful tracks all ready to be unleashed on the world. We're thinking that their tour in 2010 with Bear in Heaven and Twin Shadow (The Deli’s NYC Best of Emerging Artists Poll 2010 Winner) as well as an appearance at CMJ for Pitchfork’s Offline Fest are simply just start off points for Sun Airway. National and international airwaves get ready to be introduced to The Deli’s Philly Best of Emerging Artists Poll 2010 Winner! You can check out our interview with Sun Airway’s Jon Barthmus from last year for our Where Is My Mind? section here as well as our review of Nocturne of Exploded Crystal Chandelier here.

 

2. Reading Rainbow

You should already know Reading Rainbow by now. They started last year on the right foot by winning The Deli’s Philly Best of Emerging Artists Poll 2009. After rockin’ the fuck out at SXSW, the band received the opportunity to release their sophmore full-length album on Hozac Records. Thus, the process to put together their release Prism Eyes began its journey. The duo recorded most of their album down in Virginia with pals Eternal Summers, and were chosen to participate in Weathervane’s Shaking Through, which allowed them more time in a professional studio to record three tracks for their Hozac release and helped to give Rob Garcia and Sarah Everton their first taste of Pitchfork love that quickly thrust them into the national spotlight. Prism Eyes was released and waves of positive reviews flooded the internet. You would think that would be enough to happen to one band in a year, but not for the dynamic couple of Reading Rainbow. The pair also threw down for Daytrotter, hit the road with Dum Dum Girls, released a split 7" with Brooklyn's Coasting on French label Atelier Ciseaux (just weeks after Prism Eyes was released), and signed to monster booking agency Billions. Reading Rainbow is one of those outfits that should get all the attention it gets. They already have a slew of upcoming shows scheduled at SXSW as well as tours with The Dodos and Dum Dum Girls so 2011 better watch out! You can check out our interview with Reading Rainbow from last year for our Where Is My Mind? section here as well as our review of Prism Eyes here.

 

3. Creepoid

Yes, Creepoid has been a band for barely over a year, and if it wasn’t for that fateful storm that snowed-in lead singer Sean Miller and drummer Pat Troxell and now bassist/vocalist Anna Troxell with a vintage recording machine, we might have never discovered this charismatic outfit filled with the spirit of Kurt Cobain and that 90’s Grunge angst all heroined out (as we have stated before). We also think others instantly recognized that there was something special about this band. After all, when your first show is opening for Best Coast and Reading Rainbow and your second show is opening for Kurt Vile & the Violators, someone out there believes that you deserve to be on those bills as well. Creepoid has received plenty of local love from the beginning and with the recent release of their kick-ass debut full-length Horse Heaven on Ian Records (The Deli’s Philly Record Label of the Year 2010), we're thinking that it is only a matter of time when the rest of the world will realize it too. Expect another new EP from the local gang this summer. You can check out our interview with Creepoid from this year for our Where Is My Mind? section here as well as our review of Horse Heaven here.

 

 
Artist
J
W
F

OS

TOTAL
 
1
Sun Airway
12
2
0.01
 
14.01
2
Reading Rainbow
13
1
0.005
 
14.005
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3
Creepoid
9
1
0.021
0.5
10.521
icon
4
Party Photographers
8
 
0.01
 
8.01
icon
5
Strand of Oaks
5
1
0.064
 
6.064
icon
6
Grandchildren
3
2
0.033
 
5.033
icon
7
The Spooks
5
 
0
 
5
icon
8
Levee Drivers
3
1
0.173
 
4.173
icon
9
Golden Ages
2
2
0.046
 
4.046
icon
10 
The Homophones
1
3
0.017
 
4.017
icon
11
The War on Drugs
2
2
0.014
 
4.014
icon
12
Drink Up Buttercup
4
 
0.007
 
4.007
icon
13
Chiddy Bang
3
1
0.005
 
4.005
icon
14
Purling Hiss
3
1
0.003
 
4.003
icon
15
Penrose
 
 
3
1
4
icon
 
Univox
 
2
2
 
4
icon
17
Hop Along
3
 
0.114
 
3.114
icon
18
Algernon Cadwallader
3
 
0.036
 
3.036
icon
 19
Gang
3
 
0.021
 
3.021
icon
20
Prowler
3
 
0.018
 
3.018
icon
21
Free Energy
3
 
0.013
 
3.013
icon
22
Johnny Miles & the Waywards
3
 
0.005
 
3.005
icon
23
Far-Out Fangtooth
3
 
0.003
 
3.003
icon
24
Nightlands
3
 
0.002
 
3.002
icon
25
Ryat
 
1
1
1
3
icon
26
Swift Technique
2
 
0.5
 
2.5
icon
27
Goodnight Lights
2
 
0.15
 
2.15
icon
28
TJ Kong & the Atomic Bomb
1
1
0.03
 
2.03
icon
29
Nicos Gun
2
 
0.008
 
2.008
icon
 
Power Animal
2
 
0.008
 
2.008
icon
31
Sweet Lights
2
 
0.006
 
2.006
icon
32
The Divine Lorraine
2
 
0.002
 
2.002
icon
33
The Synth Sircus
 
 
1.5
0.5
2
icon
34
The Armchairs
1
 
0.083
 
1.083
icon
35
Thom McCarthey
1
 
0.056
 
1.056
icon
36
Cat Vet
1
 
0.05
 
1.05
icon
37
Busses
1
 
0.018
 
1.018
icon
38
Moon Women
1
 
0.006
 
1.006
icon
39
East Hundred
1
 
0.004
 
1.004
icon
40
Blackhawks
1
 
0.003
 
1.003
icon
 
The Swimmers
1
 
0.003
 
1.003
icon
 
Close to Good
1
 
0.003
 
1.003
icon
43
The Sounds of Kaleidoscope
1
 
0
 
1
icon
44
Suzie Brown
 
 
0.036
0.75
0.786
icon
45
Hair Rocket
 
 
0.007
0.75
0.757
icon
46
Peter Joseph & the Roaring...
 
 
0.131
0.5
0.631
icon
47
Da Comrade!
 
 
0.085
0.5
0.585
icon
48
Science Fiction Fantasy
 
 
0.021
0.5
0.521
icon
49
Negative Department
 
 
0.019
0.5
0.519
icon
50
Hermit Thrushes
 
 
0.005
0.5
0.505
icon
51
Lillie Ruth Bussey
 
 
0.002
0.5
0.502
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Legend: J = Jury - OS = Open Submissions - W = Deli Writers - F = Fans

Much love,

The Deli Staff

 

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Sad Brad Smith "Old Days are Here Again"

Sad Brad Smith has released a video created by the talented Bernie McGovern for his track "Old Days are Here Again". Sad Brad Smith will be performing a free show at The Whistler on on Valentine's Day (Feb. 14th) at 9pm. 

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