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A Place to Bury Strangers on the cover of The Deli's NYC / NAMM Issue 2018!

Hello good music diggers!

The Winter 2018 issue of The Deli NYC (our 53rd!) is now available for you to read online, here!

This is also the first NAMM issue of The Deli, since a week from today we'll be at the Californian musical instrument convention with a huge booth full of guitar pedals!

That's why we took the opportunity to put on the cover of our magazine the legendary Brooklyn noise rockers A Place To Bury Strangers - a band that makes their own stompboxes, called Death By Audio.

The issue features a lot of other local artists (and their pedals) and also an article about the best records of 2017 by emerging NYC Artists - check it out!

Here's a playlist of the artists featured in the issue.

 
   

The Deli's SXSW Issue 2014 is online!

Read it digitally here.

P.S. 10k free copies of this issue hit the street of Austin during SXSW Music week!

   

Thanks. free their minds on "Your World"

Thanks. blend chic electronic pop with a vintage disco treatment on "Your World." The dance trio take on a sunny disposition as they promote a message of self-empowerment, funneled through a funky blend of Madchester-informed swagger and light rock elements with a sharp pop sense.  

"Your World" is out now via Highland Park Records. Juan Rodríguez

   

Teenage Wrist announce debut LP Chrome Neon Jesus, play The Hi Hat on 1/18

Photo: Dan Monick

It's been almost three years since Teenage Wrist unveiled their promising debut EP, Dazed. The grunge-informed trio is back with new single "Dweeb," a brooding, guitar-heavy scorcher which balances their raucous bearing and stately vocal delivery with powerfully contrasting effect.

"Dweeb" is the third single off of Teenage Wrist's debut LP, Chrome Neon Jesus, which comes out on March 9 via Epitaph. Catch them at The Hi Hat on January 18.

   

MISSIONS set forth on an inner adventure on "Stay Gone"

MISSIONS are in search for their inner purpose on "Stay Gone." The Echo Park trio immerse themselves in some musical references that may sound familiar, which range from traditional Mexican folk music to tensely-coiled post-punk, to create a sound that's truly all their own. "And if I can't find my way back / I might as well stay gone," sings Christopher Clark with strong conviction, a simple declaration that's magnified by a victorious chant that makes his absence all the more felt.

"Stay Gone" is the lead-off track off of MISSIONS' latest self-titled EP, which they recently unveiled with a release show at the Satellite last week. Here's the video for the track below. Juan Rodríguez