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Buscabulla unveils video for “Tártaro,” tours with Helado Negro

We are glad to see Buscabulla back in action - the stylish, Brooklyn based Puerto Rican band graced the cover of our magazine back in 2015 (issue #43 of The Deli NYC). The duo recently released a new single entitled “Tártaro,” which came with this elegant video. After an exciting summer during which they toured Chile (!) they are now back in the US on a mini-east-coast-tour with Helado Negro, which included a gig at Bowery Ballroom last night. Looking forward to a new release!





Jacob Montague Shares New Music Project - Tsutro

San Francisco-based artist/producer Jacob Montague has announced a new project called Tsutro, and will be releasing a self-titled debut LP February 10, 2017. The new Tsutro album—mastered by Dale Becker (Beyonce & Ryan Lewis) and drawing from a diverse collection of sounds including pop, worldbeat, future garage, ambient & downtempo—sounds at first like one band backing a new guest vocalist on each of its 10 songs. But in reality, Montague hasn't even met most of the singers, let alone recorded with them.

"With most of the tracks," he explains, "I took a phrase or two from an existing song, then built all new music around it."

Despite the collage-like approach, Montague is hesitant to call any of the songs remixes—which makes perfect sense considering Tsutro's unified arrangements. As much as the album relies on minimalist electronic textures, there's an unquestionably organic connection between the instrumentation and the carefully curated vocal stems.

 

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Mercury Radio Theater Record Release Show at Boot & Saddle Oct. 28

Tonight might just be the only album release party where you could possibly walk away winning two sweet-ass guitars as part of Gretsch’s Twang-O-Rama! Buddy Mercury and his multi-faceted musical cavalcade, Mercury Radio Theater, have been adding to the weirdness in Philly with a cacophony of rockabilly sounds, old-world gypsy melodies, tumultuous guitar riffs, saxophone blasts, dancehall punk, gang vocals, and more for the past 15 years. And the band’s latest release, Fabulous Red Menace, is a bold culmination of all of the above, while being themed around Eastern European propaganda in an American context. The show will also feature the gritty, Americana rock of Big Lazy and the mariachi-meets-surf-guitar tunes of Gringo Motel. Boot & Saddle, 1131 S. Broad St., 8pm, $10, 21+ - Bill McThrill





Post drone rockers 75 Dollar Bill play Troost 10/23

We are not even sure where to start with a band like 75 Dollar Bill, but after a series of jaw drops, we're comfortable settling on "brilliant." The NY-based duo of Rick Brown and Che Chen produce gorgeous, winding instrumentals that are not only melodically lush, but rhythmicaly intricate and driving. Lead by a quarter-tone guitar, the band's music draws from a distinctive North African influence, but their sound is as expansive as it is downright nuts. Stacking layers and layers of instrumentation as diverse as viola drones and bari sax licks, 75 Dollar Bill lands firmly in devilishly intriguing territory. Do yourself a favor and stream them below, or better yet, catch them live at Troost 10/23.-Olivia Sisinni

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What is The Deli?

The Deli Magazine is a daily updated website covering 11 North American music scenes (thus far: NYC, LA, Seattle, Nashville, Chicago, San Francisco Bay Area, Portland, Austin, Philly, DC Area, Toronto and New England) through 12 dedicated, separate blogs. We also have a quarterly publication exclusively focused on the NYC independent music scenes - and a yearly magazine focused on the SXSW music festival in Austin.

Genres Covered and Web Charts

The Deli covers a wide spectrum of genres, including Indie, Alt Rock, DIY, Post Punk, Singer Songwriters, Roots Music and occasionally also Metal and Hip Hop. All these and other genres are included in our Web Buzz Charts organized by genre and regions, which are our own way to celebrate, organize and highlight the local communities of musicians and their music.
Mission Statement

The primary goal of The Deli is to expose local artists that are not yet established enough to live through their art: this is why all of our printed articles feature only up and coming bands and singer-songwriters (while our charts also cover the most popular breakout bands).

The secondary goal is to inform the NYC community of musicians on any other matter related to making music, from recording it to promoting it and performing it. You will find this kind of information in our Delicious Audio Blog and Listings section.
 
Music Submission Policy

The Deli covers music regionally (i.e. if you are based in NYC you will be covered in our NYC blog).
We only accept digital submission through our digital submission system here.

 
 





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