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Nicole Atkins tours with The Black Keys, announce album + free mp3

Nicole Atkins - who graced a cover of The Deli back in 2005 - recently announced the release of a new album entitled "Mondo Amore" scheduled for January 2011 - you can listen to a free mp3 here. The NJ songstress is just about to complete a West Coast tour with The Black Keys.

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Vintage Kicks Will Play for New Sneaks at Tritone Oct. 13

The Philly via Jersey outfit Vintage Kicks seem to be somewhere in between post and pop punk with their loose yet hasty jams. They have catchy stop time choruses ala The Strokes and vocalist Alex Marlys sounds, at moments, eerily similar to Philly veteran Alec Ounsworth (Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Flashy Python). He shows some teeth though with the raging, anthemic “King Geek”. They are a very new band (forming in May 2010), but already have an EP under their belt called The Empyre of the Sun and have been playing a slew of shows since coming together. Vintage Kicks’ newer songs display a band that is already maturing in their sound and starting to create charming rock songs that show plenty of promise. They will be opening a FREE show at Tritone tonight with Jersey horror punk band Whiskey Spider. Tritone, 1508 South St., 9pm, Free, 21+ - Adam G.
 
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New Video for Y La Bamba's "Juniper"

To accompany probably the best Portland release of 2010, Lupon, Y La Bamba has also released one of the best and creepiest videos The Deli Portland's seen in a long time. Check out the clip for "Juniper" below, and make sure to wait 'til the end, will ya?

 

 

Catch the band live on November 6 at the Wonder Ballroom.

- Ryan J. Prado

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The Deli SF's Weekend Highlights For 10/14-10/17

While surely most people will be spending their weekend over on Treasure Island at the festival of the same name, for those without the finances to acquire tickets or were denied credentials (as apparently was the case with the Deli, sigh) here are a few show selections from the calender.

On Thursday the Phantom Kicks will be bringing their soothing brand of electronic-rock to Club Waziema with Doubledouble, 9pm.

Offering up competition in the same area, The Actors will be putting on a free show at Milk with Spiro Agnew and Portland's Vanimal, 8pm.

Friday night head out to the Rickshaw for a Popscene Presents show with My First Earthquake, Blood Red Shoes, and Sky Larking, 8:30pm.

Spend Saturday having your mind blown at the psychedelic festival Frisco Freakout. In it's third year, this weekend's line-up boasts heavy-hitters Wooden Shjips with Young Prisms, Sic Alps, Howling Rain, Assemble Head in Sunburst Sound, Greg Ashley, Carlton Melton, White Manna, Glitter Wizard, Strangers Family Band, Jeffertitti's Nile, and Mass at Dawn. Doors at 1:30pm.

Finally, close out your weekend with Rank/Xerox at the Hemlock with the Fleshies and Toys That Kill, 9pm.

Otherwise, if you're headed to Treasure Island, enjoy!

 

-Ada Lann

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Into It. Over It.

Since relocating to Chicago, Evan Thomas Weiss has made a lot of friends and a lot of great music as Into It. Over It.. This year he has released three split 7" singles this year with Chicago's Castevet, Philly's Everyone Everywhere, and Austin's Pswingset through Topself Records, and is currently touring the country.

He recently created a video with local artist SteffBomb who is a featured artist at Etsy this month. Evan will be performing at Friendship Fortress (2388 Milwaukee Ave) with his other band Stay Ahead of The Weather this Saturday at 7pm with Former Thieves and Mountain Asleep.

 

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