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Sloppy Jane to play SXSW, new album out 03.02

Sloppy Jane is a band with bizarre and grotesque inclinations and an interest in translating them into their performances. Naked bodies, colored dye, and television screens set a backdrop for melting inhibitions as the music (and often the musicians) tumbles into chaotic fits. It’s a must-see for fans of avant-garde, performative punk. Deservingly, the band, led by Haley Dahl, will bring its ravenous live show to SXSW this year with a string of other dates surrounding the trip. Leading up to those gigs, Sloppy Jane will unleash new album “Willow” on March 2nd with a release show at The Glove on March 7th. The group is currently scheduled to play SXSW showcases for Melted Magazine (March 12th), Desert Daze (March 14th), Invertebrate (March 17th, day), and Siren Sound (March 17th, night). – Cameron Carr

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Tongue Patrol - Unusually interesting new single "God B With You"

Interesting avante-garde indie rock from Tongue Patrol. Their latest release is a single called “God B With You.” It’s jangly and makes you feel like you can’t see in focus. The chorus section takes a complete left turn with a hectic loud/quiet dynamic. If you’re tired of what you usually listen to then Tongue Patrol will give you a shot of what you need. They are having a double release party with Mother Tongues on Friday February 16th. Nikki Fierce is also the bill. – Kris Gies





Z Berg carries a beautiful, soulful sound on “I Fall For The Same Face Every Time”

The subtle and relaxing, yet deep and artistic rhythms of Z Berg will put you in a trance. Her newest single, “I Fall For The Same Face Every Time,” is a unique and symbolic play on music. The video itself has a dark and ominous plot that has many twists and turns. Z Berg carries a weight to not only her lyrics but also her cinematography with help from director Dominic Haydn Rawle. Z Berg’s beautiful, soulful sound leaves you feeling empty and whole at the same time, which is why her music video is even more appealing.

“I Fall For The Same Face Every time” will leave you itching for a more secure sense of self, especially after watching her cradle a dead body. But don’t fret! Her abstract visuals, gothic, neo-classic chamber pop influences will have you dying for more. If you missed her performance at The Lodge Room, follow her on any of her social media accounts to stay up to date on new releases, concerts, and tours. Kayla Hay

Video: Dominic Haydn Rawle 

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Ticket Giveaway: Final Creepoid Show w/An Albatross, Mannequin Pussy & Night Sins at Union Transfer This Saturday

The good lady and gents of Creepoid will be ending it all this Saturday, February 17 at Union Transfer, and we'd like to send you to their funeral. Accompanying them to the hereafter will be pals An Albatross, Mannequin Pussy, and Night Sins, with DJ sets from Bushy & Nicky Money. To enter for a chance to win a pair of tix, just send an email to thedelimagazinephiladelphia@gmail.com with the subject line "Bring Weed". Please also include your cell number in the body of the message (in case of an emergency). Good luck!





Miss Eaves brings Brooklyn's protest hip hop to SXSW + plays Silent Barn tomorrow (02.14)

Brooklyn Multimedia artist Miss Eaves is Feminasty as she wanna be.  She says what she wants and, doing her own design and video directing, she gets what she wants.  Since her Feminasty album dropped last year, she’s been fomenting her assault on the mainstream.  With nods from HuffPo and Glamour, she’s got a strong start.  Her throwback flow is a pleasant contrast to the electro-clash production she’s currently rocking.  If you’re looking for something to rock on your next roadtrip to a protest, Miss Eaves will let everyone know how you roll. Oh and, this year, she'll be at SXSW, but you can catch her at Silent Barn tomorrow for a V-Day Messup!

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