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The Deli LA is officially social media whore-tastic!

Have you added us on Facebook yet?  We just joined and we're already a hit with all those crazy kids and their banal status updates about mafias and farming. Once you're on, tell your friends to join us. We promise not to tag you in mega incriminating photos.

And if you aren't following us yet on Twitter, what are you waiting for? We'll tweet your face off, all in the name of giveaways and exclusive Deli LA twitter information including (but not limited to) passwords into events, presales and all that other stuff that'll make you glad you followed us long, long ago.

If those reasons aren't enough, then simply do it to support LA's music community. Tons of bands have hopped on and have found really great uses through our outlets and anything that excites the music community is, frankly, good for all of us.

Kumbaya,
-The Deli Staff

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The 88 prove to us that, yeah, there's an app for that


The 88 | "The Making of Love Is The Thing"
[via LosAnjealous]

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Socadia play Spaceland and El Cid end of January


Socadia | "Land of Peasants"
Dir. by Andrew Giacomini

Erotic electo-rock Socadia play Spaceland the 23rd and El Cid -- no flamenco dancers! -- on the 29th, all in support for their new LP [trees for the forest] , due February.

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It isn't lonely at Raymond Richards' Idaho Falls

The Idaho Falls, collaborative-laden project of producer/engineer/songwriter Raymond Richard, is a breathing all-star act featuring local notables.  His upcoming LP The Spark tracks cameos from Angela Correa and Rob Poynter from Correatown, Brian Whelan from Broken West, Alex Silverman from Alex & Sam, Wendy Wang from The Sweet Hurt and others including longtime Idaho Falls guitarist Kevin Feyen and drummer Roger Brogan. For those seeking that classic Topanga Canyon sound, Richard isn't too far -- musical communities tend to have that effect.

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Best of LA 2009 Readers' Poll - Two days left, vote now!

Democracy loving peoples,

The last phase of our exhausting Year End Best of LA vote has begun -- each one of you can now let us know what their favorite emerging LA band of 2009 is. Don't miss this opportunity to CHANGE THE WORLD (sorta)!

VOTE HERE!
***Poll closes January 21***
(Vote wisely -- only one vote per IP/household)

The winner of the Composite Chart (the one including votes from Jury, Deli Writers and Deli Readers) will get the cover of The Deli's Spring issue + various prizes including free studio and mastering time, audio plug ins, music store vouchers, musical instrument insurance, all courtesy of our sponsors.

2nd and 3rd artists will also be rewarded with features and cover space in the next issue + some prizes from our sponsors.

CORRECTION!
We previously posted the wrong prizes for our LA Poll - this is the pool of prizes that will be shared amongst the winners: 1. Cover of The Deli Magazine's Spring Issue 2. 14 free mastered songs 3. Four Audio Plug Ins 4. Artist of the Month Banner on The Deli's website for 2 weeks (winners only).

Happy voting!

The Deli Staff

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