This is a preview of the new Deli charts - we are working on finalizing them by the end of 2013.

Go to the old Top 300 charts



National Site

Nedelle Torrisi Unveils New Album Only For You, Release Party at Bootleg Theater

Advice columnist Nedelle Torrisi’s musical versatility heads toward the domain of soft adult contemporary in her upcoming album Only For You, with allusions to the pitfalls and complexities of monogamy no doubt gathered from her time writing as Advice from Paradise. A steady fixture of the indie scene, Torrisi is known by some for her work as one half of experimental project Cryptacize, as well as for her contributions to Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti, Sufjan Stevens, and John Vanderslice.

Listen to the featured single “Complicated” before Torrisi’s album release party tonight at the Bootleg Theater. Only For You comes out on May 18 via Frenchkiss Records.

Matchess “Of Freedom”

Matchess is the adventurous recordings of Whitney Johnson. She has released the first single, “Of Freedom”, from her forthcoming third album, Sacracorpa. This album was recorded part in an earth ship outside Abiquiú, New Mexico and combines Ace Tone organ, cola, drum machine, field recordings, magnetic tape, and Whitney’s voice. You can preorder the album today, along side the previously mentioned Negative Scanner LP, from Trouble In Mind.

You can catch Matchess at Hideout on May 19th with Mike Donovan and The Funs.


Negative Scanner Nose Picker

Negative Scanner has released the first single and title track from their forthcoming sophomore LP, Nose Picker. The album is set to be released by Trouble In Mind Records on July 20th.

You can catch Negative Scanner at Empty Bottle on May 25th with The Spits and Gallery Night.


The Knees

The Knees formed in late 2016 and released their second single, “Take Care” last month. They are planning for a debut EP this summer, and are about to depart for their first East Coast tour.

You can catch The Knees at Empty Bottle for a free show on May 21st with Fauvely, Corey Flood, & Desert Liminal.


Uni embraces the grotesque in new video for "DDT"

Sultry and confident, in their latest video for single DDT, New York's alt-rock trio Uni makes good use of a mix of vaguely S&M imagery, glam-rock sartorial choices and the fetishization of all the iconography it portrays. The song itself is lumbering and heavy, with swelling organs, crunchy guitar riffs and powerful lead vocals by Nico Fuzz. Glam Rock had roots in NYC with the New York Dolls and David Bowie's formative years; times seems ripe for a revival in the city. - Ethan Ames



- news for musician and music pros -