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From the Open Blog: Daily Brothers!

The Daily Brothers are back! PWR pop studio obsessives unique in today's file sharing landscape, the Daily Brothers have new music nearly ready to let loose. The first single from their forthcoming full length album project HOT DAMN! (due for release late Summer) is now streaming on the DB's blog. "Je Vous ai Dit" is a rhythmic pulse pop sure to be hit with special guest vocals performed by a mysterious artist working in Austin. Listen today and stay tuned for record release details.

(Ed.: this post taken from The Daily Brothers' post on our DIY Open Blog, check out other Open Blog posts in the Deli Kitchen.)

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Dear Marc

Our newest poll winners, The Clams, have released a new video for their song “Dear Marc”. The song comes from their 2009 ep, Mindbanging. Both of their eps can be downloaded here by naming your own price.

The Clams are performing tonight (June 4th) at Cole’s Bar (2338 N Milwaukee Ave).

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Best of NYC #39: Earl Greyhound

We continue our "Best of NYC Countdown", covering every day one of the artists that made our Year End Best of NYC list (a chart compiled by a jury comprised of local bloggers, music writers, promoters, record store personnel and DJs).

Earl Greyhound’s newest album “Suspicious Package” is bound to please fans both new and old. This physically and creatively multifarious trio, Matt, Kamara, and Ricc, do not disappoint, offering moments of 70s rock, Latin drums, heavy guitar riffs, and sexy vocals, with tracks that hint of influences like Lenny Kravitz and Led Zepplin cleverly strewn throughout the sophomore album. They’ve made classic rock contemporary, constructing an album monumental in sound and full of soul that has you grooving from start to finish. Sit with “Suspicious Package” for a period of time to truly take in the brilliance of Earl Greyhound’s lyrics and metaphors, as they sneak up on you like in a mystery waiting to be solved. -CM

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Weekly Feature #205a: The Beets

Named by L Magazine as one of the 8 NYC Bands "You Need to Hear" in 2009, The Beets have gained quite a bit of traction in the NYC indie scene, revamping 60s garage rock for a modern age. Their songs are laden with rhythmic guitar strumming and echoing lyrical chants. The Beets are comprised of Juan Wauters, Jose Garcia and Matthew Volz,and the latest addition, drummer Melissa Scaduto. When the kids aren't busy touring (the band will be in the midwest for most of June), Jose, Matt, Juan and Melissa seem to enjoy staying really local, drinking cheap beer and BBQing with their friends. Be sure to catch up with the Beets in NYC at the end of June. They will be playing South Street Seaport, the Rare Gallery, the Knitting Factory and the Bell House in early July. - Read Courtney Boyd Myers' interview with the band here.

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Weekly Feature #205b: Fluorishing, Live at Lit, June 7

When corresponding with Garett Bussanick (vocals, guitar), Brian Corcoran (drums), Eric Rizk (bass) from the NYC -based trio Flourishing, we touched upon what took them so long to put out their debut EP, their approach to songwriting, and the pros and cons about being an underground metal band in the Big Apple. - read Mike SOS interview with the band here. See Fluorishing live at Lit on June 7.

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