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Video Premiere: Tired of Tomorrow (Nothing Documentary - Part IV)

"There is nothing that is supposed to happen with this band... No one is destined for anything." In episode 4 of Nothing's Tired of Tomorrow documentary, the Martin Shkreli plot begins to thicken. However, before the madness breaks out, you experience some possible cringeworthy moments watching Geoff Rickly talk about putting the future of Collect Records on the line with the Nothing release. Dum, dum, dum, dummm....

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Video Premiere: Tired of Tomorrow (Nothing Documentary - Part III)

We absolutely LOVE documentaries. If you've been keeping up with your daily Deli news, then you've probably been following along, as we have, with Nothing on their journey to complete their forthcoming album Tired of Tomorrow, through its complementary six-part documentary, directed by Don Argott, who also brought us the highly informative The Art of the Steal. (BTW: Fuck The Barnes Foundation!) The grainy black & white footage in the first episode shows frontman Nicky Palermo taking you on a tour of his Philadelphia and inside Conshohocken's Studio 4, leading into part deux and the introduction of producer extraordinaire Will Yip and Collect Records head honcho and former Thursday frontman Geoff Rickly. It feels painfully awkward as you watch Rickly gush about Nothing and how he's bet the future of his label on the band. Not so spoiler alert, since this documentary is being released by the group's current label Relapse Records, and if you've been following the drama around Collect and its financial backer - dickhead and pharma bro Martin Shkreli, then you'll know why this episode is a bit hard to watch at times. We've been really enjoying the Tired of Tomorrow doc, and we're excited to announce that we've been asked to premiere the final four episodes of Nothing's tumultuous journey to release their new album, coming out May 13. In episode three, you'll find Yip and the band hard at work and play in the studio as the album's first track begins to take shape. Remember to tune back in to see and hear how the rest of Tired of Tomorrow unfolds; you definitely don't want to miss it!





History Now

History Now released a new single called "11.01" this week. History Now creates improvised ambient music and in the case of "11.01" beautiful soundscapes.





New Track: "EVERYTHING" (Feat. Miranda Taylor) - Psychic Teens

Psychic Teens just shared the second single off their forthcoming album, NERVE, called "EVERYTHING". The track features guest vocals from Black Wine's Miranda Taylor, and the record will be officially released on May 13 via SRA Records. The band is set to hold its hometown record release show at Johnny Brenda's on Saturday, May 28; however, if you can't wait that long for your live Psychic Teens fix, the horror trio will be opening for Youth Code at The Foundry on Sunday, May 1, along with Void Vision.

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Mellow NJ shogazer trio Overlake plays Mercury on 04.24

Based in Jersey City, Overlake is the moderately shoegaze trio born from the songwriting chemestry of Tom Barrett (guitar, vocals) and Lysa Opfer (bass, backing vocals). We say "moderately" because the band's sound steers clear of the insanely effected guitar tones that characterize some of the classic of the genre (see My Blood Valentine, who still influenced the band in the melodic department). The mellower sound, which seems to blend in a good amount of clean guitars, suits Barret's whispered tenor and Opfer ethereal harmonies, resulting in a mix of shoegazer and dream pop. The band released two albums since 2012 and single 'Travelogue' (streaming below) in October 2015. You can see them live at The Mercury Lounge on April 23rd.

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