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Krust Toons: "Grab Her by the Krusty" by Tedd Hazard

Krust Toons: "Grab Her by the Krusty" by Tedd Hazard - please feel free to drop him a line at teddandthehazards@gmail.com if you dig or have any funny ideas. You can also check out more of his illustrations and animation shorts HERE.


New Track: "Dripping Eyelids" - Creepoid

If your ass is dragging this Monday, then Creepoid's latest single, "Dripping Eyelids" (available for streaming at Brooklyn Vegan), probably isn't going to snap you out of these Monday/post-election blues. But fuck it! Who feels like working these days anyways? The band is getting set to release its new four-song EP Burner (WavePOP Records), and you can party down with the gang this Friday, November 25 at the group's favorite "clubhouse" Kung Fu Necktie. Bring weed!

New Track: "Fading In" - Post War Dream

Indie-rock quartet Post War Dream posted the lead single to its upcoming full-length album, We'll Be Just Fine, which was recorded at Woodbrook Recording and produced by Paul Hocynec. "Fading In" tackles the often difficult topic of addiction, with Rob Tomlinson's weathered-sounding vocals poetically sharing the cautionary tale. Joined by Tiffany Adams, Justin Foley, and Jason Gooch, the group successfully balances warm, heartfelt melodies with instrumental bursts of welcomed release. You can check out Post War Dream in a live setting this evening at Bourbon & Branch. (Photo by Juli Foley)


New Strange Parts Album Available for Streaming & Download

Strange Parts, the duo of Attia Taylor and Corey Duncan (Oh! Pears), recently shared their new album, Rainier Bedstuy Home Recordings. The collection of songs were recorded between Duncan's hometown neighborhood, Rainier Valley, in Seattle, WA and Bedstuy Brooklyn, where Taylor currently resides. Though these demos didn't quite make the cut for the group's forthcoming LP, they are "adored," and stand as a "document of Attia and Corey's writing process". Take the lo-fi ditties for a spin below. (Photo by Adam Haney)

The Deli Philly's Featured Artist Poll Winner: Santi Slade

Singer-songwriter Santi Slade sounds like he had some pretty cool parents, being raised on a steady stream of Beck flowing throughout his household as a child. After getting his feet wet, writing songs in high school with pal Catherine Dwyer, whom he also now backs on drums in Spring Onion, Slade released his sophomore EP Afloat this past summer, a breezy, laidback collection of tracks, rooted in tropicalia. Expect to find Santi performing out around town more in the coming year with a backing band, and you can get to know the up-and-coming musician, who is our latest Featured Artist Poll Winner, HERE.


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