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Left on Vermont CD Release Party at Rock & Roll Hotel 2/4

DC’s own “rock-art with a singer-songwriter’s soul” 5-some, Left On Vermont, have released their debut EP Left On Vermont , and to celebrate, they’re bringing the party to the Rock & Roll Hotel this Friday 2/4. Right now, you can pick the EP up for free here. District Noise’s recent review says “Guitarist Eugene Lee’s boyish voice is reminiscent of folksinger Nicholas Altobelli; and the band’s violinist, Erin Weston, delivers baroque, haunting vocals that make Left On Vermont stand out from the crowd.” Also on the bill: DC’s indie-powerpop The Public Good, and Virginian alt-rock The Crash Takeoff. Doors @ 8:30 $10.

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Chervona win Deli Portland Best of 2010 Fans' Poll! Overall results out soon.

Congrats to the exuberant Portland champions of the Eastern European sound Chervona (in the picture) for winning our Portland Best of 2010 Fans' Poll. The beloved revolutionaly orchestral combo preceded lo-fi psych rockers Archers and - to complete our podium in the name of variety - eclectic roots music deconstructors The Ascetic Junkies. Here's the Fans' Poll Top 10 - thanks to all the bands for spreading the word about it! The composite chart results (including the vote of our jury of scene makers) will be out later this week, so be sure to check back for the overall winners!

 
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Chervona
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Archers
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The Ascetic Junkies
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Radiation City
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Priory
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Redwood Son
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Crown Point
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Hello Electric
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Deklun & Pace
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Parson Red Heads
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The Apache Relay win Deli Nashville Best of 2010 Fans' Poll! Overall results out soon.



Congrats to The Apache Relay for winning our Best of 2010 fans' poll. They are one of Nashville's youngest and freshest indie folk acts, gathering nearly 1200 fan votes. They made huge strides in 2010 with their gorgeously rootsy release of 1988, as well as a rigorous regional touring schedule. They wowed the masses with numerous local shows as well, including opening for Dr. Dog at Live on the Green this past summer. They preceded melodic indie rockers The Great Collide and playful singer songwriter Madi Diaz. Below is the Fans' Poll Top Ten, and thanks to all the bands for spreading the word about it! The composite chart results (including the vote of our jury of scene makers) will be out later this week, so be sure to check back for the overall winners!

 
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The Apache Relay
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The Great Collide
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Madi Diaz
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Kopecky Family Band
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Andrew Belle
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Resident Scout
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Angel Snow
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The Pursuits
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Caitlin Rose
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Blackfoot Gypsies
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The Deli Staff

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DJs Sammy Slice & Siyoung Remix Sun Airway’s “American West”

Below is a happy club remix of Sun Airway’s “American West” by local Philly DJs Sammy Slice and Siyoung. You can check out the real thing this Friday when Sun Airway perform at their first all ages show with Golden Ages, CSLSX, Celebration and Savages at The Ox. Enjoy! (Photo by Ryan Muir) - The Deli Staff
 

American West (Sammy Slice & Siyoung RMX) by Sun Airway 

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Bands You Should Familiarize Yourself With!

What is probably the most important phase of our L.A. Best of 2010 poll, the FAN'S vote, has left us with some fresh new bands to become obsessed with. 

The Filthy Violets reign as #1. The band formed in late fall of 2010, played a couple shows in December, recorded some jams, and won our fans poll...not a bad way to start the new year! They resonate pure rock, nothing too fancy, which is hard to find these days. With their catchy, witty lyrics and great onstage chemistry, you'd think they have been playing together for years.  

In 2nd place is singer/songwriter Patrick Joseph. Whether it be the mellow acoustics or the heart-wrenching piano keys, Patrick's music and deep-rooted lyrics will have you swooning. He released his full-length LP "Antiques" in November of 2010. One reviewer compared it to Radiohead's "OK Computer", and I can't help but mention his similarities to Jeff Buckley, in both his looks and his music style.  

Angst-ridden, rock-n-roll quartet Queen Caveat bursts into our 3rd place spot. Lead singer Lauren Little is a bombshell with a striking resemblance to Cherie Curry, and the band sounds like what might have happened if The Yeah Yeah Yeahs and The Runaways had a jam session. They played a couple shows at The Viper Room last month and shredded it to pieces, and their 4 track EP "Emptor" was released last summer. 

And there you have it, the 3 completely different artists that comprise the tip top of our fan's poll. All completely talented emerging artists showcase the diversity of the Los Angeles music scene, and we can't wait to see what they hold for us in 2011!!

-Jenna Putnam

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