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The 7 Best Electronic Records of 2017 by Emerging NYC Artists

Source: Deli Magazine NY

The 7 Best Electronic Records of 2017 by Emerging NYC Artists
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With an appreciation for the jubilance of pop music and the willingness to explore new sounds that NYC is known for, in 2014 the city’s electronic musicians created music that could soundtrack all-night dance parties or pensive nights alone. Beshken captured that contrast best on For Time Is The Longest Distance Between Two People ...

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NPR’s Top 100 Songs of 2017

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

NPR Music’s list includes tracks from Cardi B, Big Thief, King Krule, Drake, Harry Styles, Father John Misty, and more.

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Tonight’s Concert Picks: Vita and the Woolf at Johnny Brenda’s, Radiator Hospital at the First Unitarian Church, HOUND at Space 1026, and more

Source: The Key (WXPN)

Tonight’s Concert Picks: Vita and the Woolf at Johnny Brenda’s, Radiator Hospital at the First Unitarian Church, HOUND at Space 1026, and more

Vita and the Woolf | photo by Ebru Yildiz | courtesy of the artist

Philly’s own Vita and the Woolf return to town for the final show of their fall tour tonight. The Johnny Brenda’s gig also includes fellow locals Ellen Siberian Tiger and Baltimore’s Soul Cannon. Vita and the Woolf released their excellent debut LP TUNNELS back in June, and they’ve followed it up with a series of stunning music videos — watch the haunting video for “Sun Drop” below. Find tickets and more information on tonight’s show over at the XPN Concert Calendar.

Local scene favorites Radiator Hospital celebrate the ...

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Field Trip 2017 lineup (Broken Social Scene, Feist, Phoenix, Pharcyde, more)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Arts & Crafts‘ annual Toronto festival Field Trip returns this year on June 3 & 4. The lineup includes the label’s flagship band, Broken Social Scene, plus BSS contributor Feist (who looks to be finally releasing a new album this year)…

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Tomorrow Never Knows fest: 2017 lineup and tickets

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Lineup includes Tortoise, Title Fight, JEFF the Brotherhood, BADBADNOTGOOD, Pile, Ceremony, Big Thief, Ezra Furman, Into It. Over It, Open Mike Eagle, and Weaves.

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New(YC) Releases: O Mer, Overcoats, The Everymen, VÉRITÉ

Source: Deli Magazine NY

New(YC) Releases: O Mer, Overcoats, The Everymen, VÉRITÉ

Here’s our usual appointment with new tracks released by NYC area artists that are a little more than just "emerging." This week we have soul pop duo Overcoats, Israeli electronic musician O Mer (pictured), electro pop diva VÉRITÉ, and New Jersey’s Pop and Rollers The Everymen.

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Buzz alert: Overcoats perform live for NPR + play Fat Baby on 03.03

Source: Deli Magazine NY

In their latest single ‘Nighttime Hunger,’ Overcoats take a simple expression of longing, ‘when the darkness comes,’ and twist the suggestive phrase around until it turns itself into a mantra of foreboding and threat. Laid over sinuous beats and rapturous harmonies. It’s a strong debut from duo Hana and JJ, who only just released their self-titled debut EP last summer and are already playing dates alongside musicians like James Blake and Hozier – and performing live for NPR. Hear the song below and see them when they play at Fat Baby on Thursday, March 3rd. – 
Mike Levine (@Goldnuggets)

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Electro-soul duo Overcoats plays Pianos tomorrow (11.14)

Source: Deli Magazine NY

Tomorrow night (11.14) NYC’s Overcoats will be bringing their mellow electro-soul music to NYC’s lower east side. Although only comprised of two musicians, Hana Ellon and JJ Mitchell, the band offers music that’s diverse and multi-layered. Their voices, confident and seducing, bring to mind Lucius’ amazing harmonizing, and rise above the electronic instrumental base present throughout most of their self-titled EP. Single “The Fog” (streaming) begins sparsely, with pulsating vocal harmonies and a percussive loop, but as the two sing “Freedom is when I’m without you,” a drum thud and simple electric piano chords set the stage for some beautiful ...

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