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Free Download off of Heypenny's "A Jillion Kicks"

So here’s a taster from Heypenny’s upcoming and much anticipated A Jillion Kicks (due out Feb. 22). It’s called “Purple Street” and it’s more of the danceable, frenzied pop candy we’ve come to expect from the Nashville group. Download the track here and look out for Heypenny’s next hometown show Feb. 26 at Mercy Lounge. – Jessica Pace

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The Deli SF's Weekend Highlights For 1/26-1/29

Well we are coming up to the final hours of our Best Emerging Bay Area Artist 2010 Poll so be sure to get your votes in. In the meantime however there are several shows this coming week you may want to check out.

Tomorrow night Ears of the Beholder will be presenting a show at Public Works featuring Religious Girls, The Actors, former Artist of the Month winners Thralls, and Spiro Agnew, 8pm.

Thursday at the Starry Plough in Oakland former Artist of the Month winners Cannons and Clouds will be playing with Black Balloon and The Interchangeable Hearts, 9pm.

Friday head to the Rickshaw to see Monotonix, Ty Segall, and Nodzzz, 8:30pm.

Saturday be sure to catch Weekend at the Hemlock with Terry Malts and Wax Idols. This may be your last chance to see Weekend before their much anticipated tour with the Wire, 9:30pm.

Alternatively, on the same night, you can get a free CD just for walking in the door of the Rickshaw for the Attachments' album release party. They will be playing with The Hot Toddies and Scrabbel, 8:30pm.

 

-Ada Lann

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Iron & Wine: Kiss Each Other Clean

The first new album from Iron & Wine in more than three years, Kiss Each Other Clean, arrives today, and tomorrow Waterloo Records will mark the event with their patented Pizza & Listening party at 5pm. Mr. Iron & Wine, aka Sam Beam, made the wise decision to adopt Austin (well, Dripping Springs) as his home several years ago; he's kept a very Austin-like low profile, but he gets lots of love from KUT and even makes an occasional studio appearance. Mostly he's been busy expanding his brood; I believe the count stands now at five children and four full-length albums, all of which could explain why he sounds sleepy.

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He's My Brother, She's My Sister at the Troubadour, Feb 3rd.

Before their show on Feburary 26th at the New LA Folk Fest, He's My Brother She's My Sister will be popping their heads above ground for their show at the Troubadour with British singer/songwriter Bobby Long (it's worth mentioning his album comes out Feb 1st.). If you've yet to see HMBSMS, this is as good a chance as any to soak up their alt. folk musings complete with cello and a bit of tap dancing, and perhaps the masquerade masks will make an appearance too. Don't know what I'm talking about? Then take a look at the video below.

-Angelo Lorenzo

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Free Download: “Born In Clouds” - New Collaboration from Oh! Pears’ Corey Duncan & Attia Taylor!

We were very happy to receive the brand spankin' new track “Born In Clouds” from Oh! Pears’ Corey Duncan and Attia Taylor. The two are sharing a bill at Johnny Brenda’s on Friday, February 11 so they thought that it “would be cool/interesting to create something together to shed some light on the show and how our styles would blend or clash. This is what came out of our few sessions together!” Oh baby - they brilliantly orchestrate minimal drums, bass, handclaps and male-female vocals creating a joyously opulent tune that marches through your head leaving trails of melodies to be hummed over and over again. With some nifty production work (the magic of overdubbing), the layers of “Born In Clouds” swell to glorious peaks building a composition undoubtedly much greater than its parts revealing a sample of the true beauty that can come from collaborations. Duncan and Taylor were also nice enough to allow us to share it with you so take a LISTEN and DOWNLOAD it for FREE below. (And it didn’t even cost you an e-mail.) Enjoy! - The Deli Staff

Born In Clouds by Corey Duncan & Attia Taylor 

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