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Ezra Furman "Ordinary Life"

Ezra Furman has released the video for "Ordinary Life" from his 2015 release Perpetual Motion People.

Ezra will be perform at SXSW in March but will return home for a show at Lincoln Hall with Sleepy Kitty on March 26th.

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Jamarcus

Jamarcus has released a unique project called A ≠ E. Through seven experimental track, Jamarcus tells his version of the Adam & Eve story. He uses an array of instruments and a heavy dose of feedback.

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New Ill Doots LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

The Ill Doots crew has been grinding behind the scenes for years now, working in the lab on projects for some of Philly's up-and-comers in the hip-hop community. The collective just dropped an eclectic new full-length album, entitled Songs That Don't Exist. You can stream and purchase it below, and swing by their next #FourthFriday party at Tasker House.

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NYC Bands on the rise: Silverbird plays Baby's All Right on 02.18

We first covered NYC quartet Silverbird back in 2013, and, two years and a half later, we find a band that has evolved from their initial soft, dreamy and orchestral folky atmospheres (still dominating their 2014 EP 'Surface Life') to a more elaborate, extroverted and upbeat art rock sound, pervading their 2015 release 'Pureland'. Considering it was entirely self released, the record has received a surprisingly good reception, raking up tens of thousands of plays on Spotify and a good amount of press coverage. The strenght of the album, besides a sound that blends glam-pop overtones (some may hear a Suede influence) with the trademark light psychedelia, is its consistency. Unlike most records out there, the band's best material isn't immediately burnt within the initial few tracks, but slowly unfolds song after song. Our personal favorite is 'Seventeen' (streaming below), a tune that, after a rather static verse, develops unexpectedly through a peculiar trasaction towards a chorus that brings to mind the best Flaming Lips tracks. Don't miss these guys at their next live show, scheduled for February 18 at Baby's All Right with Corbu and Ron Gallo.

 

We added this song to The Deli's playlist of Best songs by emerging NYC artists - check it out!

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J Fernandez Treehouse Session

J Fernandez recently recorded a live session at Treehouse Studios for the site Consequence of Sound. Below is his performance of "Read My Mind". The song comes from his 2015 release, Many Levels of Laughter (Joyful Noise).

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