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Krust Toons: "Pre-Tour/Post-Tour" by Tedd Hazard

Krust Toons: "Pre-Tour/Post-Tour" by Tedd Hazard - please feel free to drop him a line at teddandthehazards@gmail.com if you dig or have any funny ideas. You can also check out more of his illustrations and animation shorts HERE.


Mike Maimone “Hey Now” Video

Mike Maimone of Mutts released a new EP, “The High Hat Club”, last week along with a fun video for the single “Hey Now”.

The video features an array of local fellow LGBTQ artists in hopes of spreading love, happiness, and positivity. The song and video are a big dose of joy and sunshine, and show that best way to overcome hate and fear is love and friendship.


The Deli Philly's Featured Artist(s) Poll Winner: Gene Wildest

After learning the abbreviated origin of space-rock outfit Gene Wildest, you can’t help but take notice of the group’s storied past, and root for its continued success. The four-piece, which now consists of Brian Corbett (guitar/vocals), Rob Ealer (guitar), Sean Corbett (bass), and Dave Ashcraft (drums), recently won a heated race to be our Featured Artist(s), and we are happy to learn that the band has also been landing on the radar of nationally touring acts. But we DO NOT condone Corbett’s pickle habit (haha)! You can check out our latest interview with the Gene Wildest frontman HERE.


Appleby "Lady Sunshine" Video

Appleby has released a wonderful, heart-warming, video for his single “Lady Sunshine”. The video was directed by Kendall Goldberg, and the song was taken from Appleby’s recently released LP, Happiness.


Hacked Nudes & Man Bites Dog

The local label In The Lake Records released a new Split EP this week called “Split”. It features two suburban punk bands, Hacked Nudes and Mans Bites Dogs, and 6 quality songs.

For Hacked Nudes this is their first release since their self-titled debut EP back in 2015. They take the first half of EP and kick it off with a thrashing but melodic song called “Diced Onions”.

Man Bites Dog has not released new music since 2014 and close the EP out with force, anger, and aggression. The final track is called ”Protest Song” and it’s cathartic, compelling, and the perfect album closer.


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