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New Stinking Lizaveta Album Available for Streaming & Purchase

It's been nearly half a decade since we've had a new album from Philly's stoner metal power trio Stinking Lizaveta. For the group's follow-up to 2012's The Seventh Direction, the band traveled to the north shore of Lake Pontchartrain, Louisiana to record Journey to the Underworld at "Nosferatus' Lair" Studio. Guitarist Yanni Papadopoulos shared with the UK blog, The Sludgelord, "We wanted to record in New Orleans because of the demonic musical energy one feels down there... At the bottom of the Mississippi you get an underworld feel, like the spirits are all alive and ready to commune with you. Maybe it's Voodoo, or just the deep musical culture." You can stream and purchase Journey to the Underworld, which is available via Translation Loss Records, below.

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​​ ​​Globelamp, ​​​​Tristan Puig, Real Real Talk, ​​​​Horrible/Adorable​ ​Play ​​​​The Octopus Literary Salon

​We were super excited to learn about the line up going down in Oakland at ​The Octopus Literary Salon on March 10th!

Bay Area based bands, Real Real Talk and ​Horrible/Adorable will share a bill with Southern Califorian music outfits, ​Tristan Puig and the legendary, Globelamp. All of these peoples perform emotive, indie pop and we think this line up is well curated and certainly worth checking out!

The Deli Philly's Yearly Readers'/Fans' Psych Rock/Pop Poll Winner: Ceramic Animal

We just wrapped up our Yearly Readers'/Fans' Poll for the categories of Psych Rock/Pop. Thank you to those who took the time to check out and vote for some of the amazing talent on our nominees list. It was another heated battle.

Congrats go out to the suave, turtleneck-wearing gang of Ceramic Animal! The Bucks County quartet casually grooved its way into the Philly music scene with its radio-ready, retro-tinged, self-proclaimed brand of "dad rock," found on the group's debut release, The Cart, which so happened to be recorded at the band's Daddy's Basement Studio. Frontman Warrren Regan charms with a crooner-like magnetism, as cohorts Elliott Regan, Erik Regan, and Walker Gall assist in laying down some sophisticated, endearing tunes. Expect to hear more from these old souls in the coming years!

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Fauvely

Fauvely is the work of Sophie Leigh (Videotape, Astrobrite). She is preparing to release her debut solo EP, Watch Me Overcomplicate This, on March 24th. Below is the EP’s title track and lead single.

You can catch Fauvely with Dollys on March 7th at The Burlington.

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Best of New England Folk/Soul Reader's Poll: Frank Viele

 The Deli readers have spoken, choosing Connecticut songwriter Frank Viele as the best emerging New England folk/soul artist of 2016.  A cocktail of classic soul/RnB, alt-rock, and a dash of country twang, Viele earns a place alongside artists like Ray Lamontagne and The Black Crowes, keeping the roots alive and well.  Check out the dates for Frank's current US tour here and stay tuned for more poll results! -Brian Varneke

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