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Adia Dew "Do It"

R&B artist Adia Dew released her latest single, "Do It", on New Year's Eve. This is her second single of 2021 and follow-up to fantastic duo with Ifeanyi Elswith, "Off Grid".





The Nancy Downs "Jodi"

Visual artist and Darkwave musician The Nancy Downs recently released her fourth and final single on 2021, "Jodi". All of her singles have been dark both sonically and thematically, but "Jodi" is the first in a series True Crime themed songs.

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Massive Year-End Retrospective Playlist

As promised above, this entry is about the massive year-end retrospective playlist recently assembled by the Deli editorial staff (ahem) and posted to a popular streaming service. Or, rather, retrospective playlists, as in two entire playlists. BOOM!! And not just a year-end retrospective, but a years-end retrospective, covering music released in both 2020 and 2021. BOOM!!

***** PLAYLIST ONE *****

Never let it be said you don’t get your money’s worth on this blog. Because here you were promised one thing and now you’re getting twice what was promised. And each playlist is already massive by its own account. Taken together we’re talkin’ twenty-one freakin’ hours of music which is maybe kinda poetic since ya know since 2021 and all. Or, as noted tantric sex expert Sting would say, "synchronicity".

***** PLAYLIST TWO ******

And yeah I get it I get it 21 hours of music is pretty freakin’ insane, even a little bit obscene as well. But you know what 2020 and 2021 were pretty freakin’ insane, even a little bit obscene as well, so again we’re talkin’ synchronicity here. What’s also insane is how much freakin’ good music came out in 2020 and 2021. It must mean worldwide pandemics are good for creativity after all which means these years weren’t a total write-off after all.

So by all means lock yourself in a room for the next 21 hours Trainspotting-style in order to properly enjoy these playlists—featuring 339 Original Songs by 339 Original Artists, including artists hailing from all around NYC, all around the USA, and all around the world—in one unbroken binge session. But please do enjoy them responsibly. And if you need to call in sick tomorrow from staying up all night binging on sweet sweet musical nectar from the gods then by all means do so. Because there’s a labor shortage ya know and what’s your boss gonna do, fire you for loving music too much?

And just one last piece of advice: it's highly recommended to open up your Spot-I-Fried preferences, and apply a three-second crossfade when listening to these digital mixtapes cuz it'll make listening to the mixes all the more immersive, that is, if you're at all inclined to take advice from a humble music-blog website. Happy 2022 y'all... (Jason Lee)





Aziola Cry "The Ironic Divide Part One: Premonitions"

Prog Rock trio Aziola Cry has released a playthrough video for the first section of their epic 21 minute song suite "The Ironic Divide". The song is taken from their 2021 album by the same name which was released by The Laser's Edge/Sensory Records.

This is the work of Jason Blake (Warr Guitar), Mike Milaniak (Guitar), and Tommy Murray (Drums).

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Ahero "Kimberly"

Vaporwave musician Ahero (aka Sam Franics) has released a new single called "Kimberly". This is the third single from Ahero this year, and it is accompanied by the video below.

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