This is a preview of the new Deli charts - we are working on finalizing them by the end of 2013.

Go to the old Top 300 charts



Andrew Robert Palmer "Beer & A Borrowed Pen"

Andrew Robert Palmer has released a new album called "Beer & A Borrowed Pen". These are stripped down drinking songs that were recorded in a way that feels raw, intimate, and a lot of fun.


Emma Charles drops home-video inspired clip for "Connecticut"

Emma Charles continues to rise up the ranks of singer-songwriter notoriety in the LA area with the release of her new EP Connecticut, as well as the video for its title track. On "Connecticut", Charles uses her 2019 road trip from her home state of Connecticut to Los Angeles as an allegory for transitioning from the familiar to the unfamiliar, the comfortable to the unknown. The video for the track shows Charles as a child in many of her family's home videos, but it ends with the present-day singer-songwriter smiling, showcasing her readiness to go forth into whatever comes next for her. Billboard named Charles a Best Emerging Artist of 2020, and NOW That's What I Call Music named her a What's Next artist, an honor given previously to acts such as Shawn Mendes and Billie Eilish. Take a look at the video for "Connecticut" below. - Will Sisskind


Sara Melson takes it easy in new video for "State Of Ease"

Fans of Kate Bush's more mellow work will find something to love in Sara Melson's new track "State of Ease". Melson, a songwriter and actress, shines on her new single, marked by her airy vocals and the meditative backing track simple piano chords and echoing drums. The video comes rife with drone shots of Melson standing atop a cliff above the ocean, letting the wind whip at her dress and hair and watching the waves of the water roll up to the shore in the sunset. It's a mellow track that will help you find a relaxing start to your day or week; check out the video for "State of Ease" below. - Will Sisskind


Talker drops new emo-pop lush video for "Suck Up"

Celeste Tauchar has ramped up musical output under the Talker moniker over the past several months; with the music video for the new single "Suck Up", that tornado of activity continues with mercy. Tauchar's addictive emo-pop shines in the new song, the lyrics of which discuss identity, self-reflection, and self-worth. The music video shows Tauchar in various facets of her identity, taking us from the rock star to the shy person alone at a party to the person trapped in a flurry of colorful lights and inexplicable emotion. "Suck Up" will appear on Talker's new EP Wax, which drops next month. Take a look at the music video for "Suck Up" below. - Will Sisskind


Eyedress releases retro-romantic Valentine's Day track "Let's Skip To The Wedding"

Just in time for Valentine's Day, Eyedress has put out a new song called "Let's Skip To The Wedding", along with its video. Idris Vicuña, the mind behind Eyedress, goes full force with his dream-pop stylings that smack of Ariel Pink and Drab Majesty. His droning voice hums over twinkling synths and lo-fi guitars in a simple ode to love that lasts just under two minutes. Short, sweet, and filled with the kind of vibe that'll make you want to fall in love, Eyedress -- who just moved back to California from spending time in Manila -- is bound to make Los Angeles fall in love with them. Take a look at the video for "Let's Skip To The Wedding" below. - Will Sisskind


- news for musician and music pros -