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Ester @ Schubas (1/19)

Ester began as the solo project of Anna Holmquist of The Curls and has become a fully realized band over the last year. Back in May she release her debut album, Curtains, and has gather a group of talented musicians to perform these songs and work on the next Ester album coming later this year.

The band includes Katelyn Cohen, Chris Colson, Raul Cotaquispe (of Fran), Will Hulseman, Tim Newsum and Jenn Romero (of The Jellies).

Ester will be performing at a sold out show on January 19th at Schubas with Sontalk, Shortly, and Yoke Lore.

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A Deli Premiere: Eye For None release "End of Communication" LP on 01.18

Nashville power rockers Eye For None have worked around the clock getting their first album End of Communication ready for release. This debut disc, which drops on January 18th, contains a year's worth of material honed to a fine point, with tracks like "Love" throwing political jabs at the anti-immigration groups and "Things I Dream About" touching on identity and anxiety. Bandmates Kelly Hoppenjans, Steven Edwards, Chuck Stearns, Dylan Callahan, and Heather Miller each bring their own unique touch; Hoppenjans's voice and the band's cutthroat rhythm send shockwaves of energy on each track. Anyone who enjoys Paramore will like this album and the songwriting tact of Hoppenjans and Edwards; in fact, Halestorm engineer Jordan Logue brought his experience to this album, so fans of that group will also find a lot to enjoy in Eye For None's debut. Take a listen to "Smile", a featured song from the album, below; grab the full album when it's out. - Will Sisskind

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New Track: "A.D.D." - The City & I

A new song from Colins "Bear" Regisford's The City & I has emerged. "A.D.D." captures a raw, funky, fuzz-punk tone. There’s a genre-melding, guitar-ripping openness to the track. It's in your face and heavy yet exudes an intimate vulnerability. Hopefully this is a precursor to a new album, a long-awaited follow-up to his debut Downer. (Photo by CJ Harvey)





Foreign Air releases "Used to You" + tours the US

Operating in the intersection between New Wave, EDM, and soul music, Brooklyn via Washington DC Foreign Air have forged a recognizable and original style, while releasing a series of incredibly catchy songs. First single Free Animal put them on the right path, but the solid 2016 EP For the Light already included another noteworthy track (In the Shadows), which climbed the digital charts and helped keep the name "hot." After that initial burst, the band has managed to keep their fans' attention alive through the constant release of several other quality singles. Their latest, entitled "Used to You" (streaming below), is a glo-fi mid-tempo that flirts with trip hop and Moby's looped soul samples. The duo just announced a month-long North American tour that will take them to Austin during SXSW and back to Baby's All Right on April 9th. 





Deathlist Song Release

This past month Deathlist released a new song, “8 Eyes” off their upcoming album A Canyon. Elusive and sly, “8 Eyes” is a hard song to get a hold of. However, that just means it’s all the more rewarding when you do, even if it’s only for a moment. The anxiety-packed lyrics provide the right amount of tension for the more cheerful riffs and beats present in the song. Listening to it is a hypnotic, immersive experience. It brings up a lot of feelings. Getting a glimpse of that one sliver of moonlight on an otherwise dark night. The first breath of cold, fresh air taken after dancing in a packed, sweaty crowd. It’s a great song to start the year off with.
 
Deathlist's album release party will be taking place at The Fixin' To, Sunday February 9th. Abronia will also be playing a set, along with new project John-Paul H. 

-By Avril Carrillo

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