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King Park - New Album, Release Party at the Casbah!

Originating in the Ancaster area as To Our Divide, King Park opted for a name change and to move away from their pop-punk roots. However I wouldn’t say that the pop-punk influences have completely gone away. “Stay” still has some pop or even emo qualities but is more melodic and intense. You can tell there is serious passion put forward into this song. The vocals strain as the guitars flow from hectic to almost atmospheric. The new album “The Lights I Can’t See” is available this week and the release party goes down at the Casbah in Hamilton on November 2nd. – Kris Gies

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Fade Awaays - Fried Records band rocks the Garrison on 11.11

A member of the Fried Records Roster, Fade Awaays are an indie garage band based in Toronto. They have some straight up hard rock influences too. Almost like the skate rock scene from California. “Who Knows” is the opening track from their self titled EP. It rips with fast guitars, thumpin drums and gang vocals on the chorus. You could absolutely do some kick flips to these tunes. Watch these guys tear up the Garrison on November 11th. – Kris Gies

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Brocoy - New EP, Mental Health Fundraiser

Brocoy is a musician based in Mississauga formerly of the band River Groves. Last month he released an EP “old bones/broken skin” which features four alt-rock tracks right in the emo/pop-punk vain. I also feel like these tunes are cut from the same kind of cloth as 90’s bands like Goo Goo Dolls or Dishwalla. 100% of record sales of this EP will be donated to mental health initiatives. Brocoy has a few GTA gigs this fall including November 3rd at the Cavern Bar in Toronto. – Kris Gies

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#52 of The Deli NYC is online: Guerilla Toss + BK Synth Expo! + Electronic Music Issue

New music seekers,

We have a brand new issue of The Deli NYC available online for you - and it's a gooooood one, can read it here

We are super thrilled to have new DFA Records signee Guerilla Toss on the cover (check out their wonderful single "Skull Pop") streaming below.

This is also our yearly electronic issue, linked to the upcoming Brooklyn Synth Expo, and therefore features:

- An article about the state of the electronic scene in NYC,
- Several Q&As with other electronic NYC artists,
- An ample section dedicated to the gear participating in the Synth Expo.

The paper version will be distributed in NYC around October 20th. 

Enjoy!

The Folks at The Deli





Jill Peacock serves up soulful electro tunes + plays Pianos on 10.22

NYC transplant (by the way of Toronto), Jill Peacock, may not have the ostentatious fervor of the bird who shares her name, but her music might give you a reason to strut like one. Her self-titled EP is 5-tracks worth of engaging soul-pop that prominently displays her effortless vocals against minimalist R&B instrumentals. It's a release that will tempt even the most rigid listeners to head-bob along to the velvety beats. Stream her single "Sunshine," streaming below, and see her live at Pianos on October 22nd. -Olivia Sisinni

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