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Born Animal premiere single "Snake Eyes"

The Nashville Deli is proud to exclusively premiere "Snake Eyes", the newest single from local alt-rockers Born Animal. The song "is about realizing that you may not be the same person you once were," says lead singer Ryan Stowe. That personal change is a fact of life Born Animal express here with driving guitars which give way to a breakdown outro, as the song takes on a markedly different tone. The band has been chosen as Lightning 100's local artist of the week. So catch them on the radio, especially as they premiere their new EP Celebration Revolution on Lightning's Friday Afternoon Live on December 1st! And be sure to check out the track below!

 

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The Veldt supports Modern English on tour, plays Rough Trade on 11/22

NYC dream-rockers The Veldt’s latest EP Thanks to the Moth and Areanna Rose delivers seven new tracks that undoubtedly connect with their long-time followers, while potentially appealing to a new generation only recently discovering this sound. Opener “The Color of Love is Blue,” with its ethereal vocals and descending chord progression performed through tightly-coiled, clipped-chime guitar work, evokes Robin Guthrie and The Cocteau Twins, with an added, slight soul inflection. Streamlined percussive elements solidify the homage, reflecting the boldly struck accents so prevalent on classic albums “Heaven Or Las Vegas” and “Four Calendar Café.” Currently on tour supporting Modern English, the band will be playing Rough Trade in Brooklyn on 11/22. - Dave Cromwell

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Debut RunHideFight Demo EP Available for Streaming

Geeta Simons (Rockula, Swisher) packed away the guitar and amp to finish up her education, get married, and eventually raise two girls. However, she began to get what Jo Anne from Thorazine described as "The 7 Year Itch": "That hunger that hits when our children are old enough (7 years old) that they don’t mind if Mom stays out late to turn up to 11." Simons decided to take over the kids' playroom for a little me time and record an EP of blistering garage-rock demos under the moniker of RunHideFight, with help from Hot Snakes' Jason Kourkounis on drums and Otherworld Traditions' Jay Demko on bass, as well production duties. You can stream it below, and catch Simons scratching that itch tonight at Johnny Brenda's, where she'll be backed by Deli fave Brother JT, Stinking Lizaveta's Cheshire Agusta, and Christine Weiser (of Mae Pang and Suffacox). They'll be opening for legendary Cleveland rock outfit Pere Ube and Minibeast, which features Peter Prescott (Mission Of Burma, Volcano Suns).





Sweet Talk Jackie - Kingston Power Trio's Music Video "Squeeze"

This power trio hails from the Kingston area. Sweet Talk Jackie blends alt-rock, blues, soul and good ol’ classic rock together for a nice n’ bad ass sound. “Squeeze” is the first single from their latest album “Planes, Trains and Time Machines”. It’s a well put together tune that’s very radio friendly. Also they make a robot in the music video which may have seemed like a good idea at the time but as you’ll find it out that plan goes straight to hell by the end of it. Now I’m just waiting for the sequal. Catch Sweet Talk Jackie at the Merchant Tap House in Kingston on November 17th. – Kris Gies

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YAASSS bring Psychedelic "Falafel" Rock to Baby's All Right, 11.21

YAASSS is a musical affirmation of one’s kinkier side, of unapologetic gratification through sex, drugs, and shisha-tinged psych rock. However, beyond neon pink fishnets and moshing through a sea of cigarettes, you'll find a unique blend of hallucinogenic glam pop and Middle-Eastern guitar riffs (a glorious side-effect of their self-proclaimed “falafel rock” aesthetic). YAASSS is the queer carnivalesque personified: humor, chaos, and a subversively good time. Get down and get dirty with YAASSS at a free show at Baby’s All Right on 11.21. - Amanda Ogea

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