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Slutever Open for The Pipettes at North Star Bar April 21

The ladies of Slutever are back tonight at North Star Bar opening for UK’s The Pipettes. It’s their first gig since their raging record release show with JEFF the Brotherhood at Hong Kong Garden so the dynamic duo are probably itching to get back on stage. The Key recently posted an in-studio session with Slutever which you can check out HERE. After a slight delay with pressing, you can finally purchase their Pretend to Be Nice 7” black vinyl as well as its digital download via Bantic Media. Dear Althea will also be joining this evening’s estrogen-filled bill. North Star Bar, 2639 Poplar St., 9pm, $12, 21+ (Photo by Leigh Metzler) - Alexis V. 
 

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Band Name Back Together Again at Bookspace April 21

Power punk trio Band Name have been on a month and a half long hiatus while Jeremy Jams went on a travel expedition of Finland. But now that he’s back, the band are ready to revamp by kicking off a mini-tour with long-time friends Algernon Cadwallader, followed by a larger one in May. But before then, the group will be headlining a Cloud Entertainment show at Bookspace tonight that also features two tripped out indie punk bands from Michigan, Deadbeat Beat and Secret Twins. Rounding out the lineup will be singer-songwriter Mike Bell and his band the Movies. Whether it’s music from his recently mastered Be Happy Records album, How To Avoid Your Past, an untitled space rock opera, or a song for a friend getting their wisdom teeth removed, this infectious acoustic outfit will have plenty to keep you entertained. Also on the lineup is Ben Cady. Bookspace, (Please contact one of the acts for details.), 8pm, $5, All Ages - Bill McThrill
 
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Need Mics? Win 2 Blue en-CORE Dream Paks - Good for Studio or Live!

Deli home mic-ing (or miking - if you prefer) musicians,

Not only does Blue Microphones manufacture the wildest looking mics on earth - they also make some of the best sounding ones.

After redefining their studio mics, Blue is now taking their new "en-CORE" set of microphones to the stage.

Designed to combine sonic excellence and ruggedness into one perfect instrument, these are handheld mics that deliver the same quality of the renowned Blue studio mics, and can be used for a variety of purposes - also in a studio environment.
 
By signing up HERE, you can win TWO Blue en-CORE Dream Paks!
 
VOCAL DREAM PAK:
1 X en-CORE 100 - great dynamic mic for powerful vocalists, natural tone, balanced highs, detail and clarity.
1 X en-CORE 200 - same as 100 with added electronically transformed output to provide higher gain for quiet singers.
1 X en-CORE 300 - condenser performance mic well suited for stage and studio work. Open, detailed and present sound.

INSTRUMENT DREAM PAK: 
4 X en-CORE 100i - dynamic capsule designed for miking instruments and other sources requiring high isolation.

More info about the Blue en-CORE line of microphones can be found here.

Good Luck!
 
Cheers,
The Deli Staff
 
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U.S Girls Returns at Empty Space April 20

U.S. Girls (a.k.a. Megan Remy) has been keeping relatively quiet recently, but expect all that to change when she takes the stage this evening. Tonight she’ll be building her eerily mesmerizing sonic collages right before our eyes at Empty Space (formerly Germ Books). Expect plenty of new songs! She’ll be joined by Horsebladder, the perfect fitting opener from 50 Foot Women’s Elaine Kahn, and local fuzz rockers Party Photographers, who are always a welcomed addition to a bill. Who knows the next time U.S. Girls will be playing a local show, so you better catch her while you can. Empty Space, (Please contact one of the acts for details.), 8pm, $5, All Ages (Photo by Telegraphic Trees) - Adam G. 
 
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Kuf Knotz Presents The BoomBox Collective - Special Benefit for Kool Herc at WCL April 20

Kuf Knotz is back with his “BoomBox Collective” music series tonight, and it’s for a good cause! Legendary hip hop pioneer DJ Kool Herc needs surgery, but unfortunately, their isn’t a nice retirement package from the music biz with health benefits for artists who have dedicated their lives to their passion so Kuf has rallied a stellar local crew of performers and appreciative local Kool Herc fans. Acts that will be donating their time and talents this evening will be the host himself Kuf Knotz, Doodlebug (of the Grammy award-winning Digable Planets), McRad, Don McClosky feat. Chuck Treece, Writtenhouse, Jessi Teich, MH The Verb, LP Stiles, Wyldlyfe, Ground Up, Copper Tonic and Jawnzap7 as well as featured guest Schoolly D, West Philly Horns, Jake Lefco, W.C. Lindsay and Apuat. They’ll also be having paintings created live on stage by Zeke Jenei and break dancing crew Repstyles as well as lovely belly dancers. Damn that’s a whole lot of entertainment and hyperlinks that I just had to plug in, but it was all worth in the name of hip hop! Word Café Live, 3025 Walnut St., 8pm, $10 - $15 Donation, All Ages - H.M. Kauffman
 
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