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The Funs "Instinct"

The Funs recently released the first single, “Instinct”, from their latest LP, Alienated, which was released by Sister Polygon Records on November 9th. The Funs are the duo of Jessee Crane and Philip Lesicko.

You can help The Funs celebrate the release of the new LP on November 14the at Empty Bottle with Melkbelly and The Lipschitz.


Krust Toons: "Since When Do You Like Ska?" by Tedd Hazard

Krust Toons: "Since When Do You Like Ska?" 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.


New Music Video: "Empty Rooms" - Booze Radly

“Empty Rooms” is the new single from Booze Radly, and will be featured on their forthcoming album Haunted Mind, which is slated for release next year. The song is used to process grief and loss. A melodic fragility gradually builds, gaining anthemic qualities that the walls can no longer contain. Flashes of raw, emotive lyrics are propelled by fiery guitars, resulting in a much-needed release. "Empty Rooms" is also accompanied by the band's first ever video that provides grin-inducing snapshots of the gang performing, skating, and simply having a good time.


Good Brother "Relief"

Good Brother is preparing to release their debut full-length album, "Relief”, via Worry Records on December 7th. Good Brother is the work of Mark Jaeschke. Joram Zbichorsk, Ian Terry, and Sam Brown. Below you can preorder the album and hear it’s opening track “Horsey”.

You can help Good Brother celebrate the new album on December 8th at SubT with Mush, Mellow, and Shed.


Navy vet and songwriter Jared Ashley releases video for "Cherrybend"

This past weekend was Veterans' Day, and The Deli Nashville just so happened to get the perfect track in our inbox to feature in honor of that. Singer-songwriter and Navy veteran Jared Ashley put out a music video for "Cherrybend", a new song from his upcoming album. The song's title comes from Operation Cherrybend, an annual event in Wilmington, OH that seeks to spread awareness about veterans' issues. "Cherrybend" follows in that operation's footsteps; in the music video, Ashley highlights that 22 veterans commit suicide every day. He wrote the song and acts in the music video as a tribute to one such veteran, Jeffery “Ozzy” Otzwik, with whom Ashley served in the Navy. Ashley hopes that with the song and the video, people might start to understand the issues that veterans face, and help create spaces for them to relax, unwind, and get the support they need. You can watch the video for "Cherrybend" below. (And of course, The Deli Nashville thanks Ashley for his service.) - Will Sisskind


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