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Punk

Time: 
20:00
Band name: 
Ellen&TheDegenerates
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/ellenandthedegenerates/
Venue name: 
Silent Barn
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Haunting new dream folk project Panteon drops video for "White Jaguar"

Panteon (aka Yvonne Ambree) writes soft, haunting indie folk tunes that  linger long after the music stops. Her new EP, Travel Log 1, (out January 19th) documents her world travels through music. In anticipation of the release, the Brooklyn-based artist has dropped a video for single "White Jaguar." The video showcases dream-like visuals that compliment the haziness of Panteon's music, and keeping in theme with the EP, the song was developed after a visit to Columbia's Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta--offering an impressionistic view of the indigenous KOGI peoples. Stream White Jaguar below, and check out Panteon at Rockwood Music Hall 1/28.-Olivia Sisinni





ZEBEDEE take their berserk garage rock to Pianos on 11/25

ZEBEDEE, the project of Australian transplant Zebedee Row, serves up crunchy, saxed-up garage rock that seems to dangerously flirt with the edge of madness. Their songs are rollicking romps through 70s-era rock 'n' roll, without ever feeling canned or over baked. Check out the band at Pianos 11/25 and stream them below.-Olivia Sisinni

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Folk/Country

Time: 
18:00
Band name: 
LISA RICHARDS
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
http://www.facebook.com/lisarichardssongs
Venue name: 
Sidewalk Cafe
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Stuyedeyed drops new single and plays Brooklyn Bazaar 12/17

We've covered Brooklyn-based garage/psych quartet, Stuyedeyed, before on the Deli, but the band keeps churning out new music to keep us excited. Their latest? A track called "Believer" off a recent split with fellow Brooklynites Birds. The song features the band's signature brand of bluesy psych rock, with vocals that seems to edge closer and closer to an inevitable freakout. The accompanying video is a visual treat--a kaleidoscopic display that manages to be fun instead of tropey, with it's light-hearted, tongue-in-cheek approach. Check out "Believer" streaming below and catch the band live at Brooklyn Bazaar 12/17.-Olivia Sisinni 

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