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The Deli LA Premieres: Paige Calico, "Bad With" (Video)

Paige Calico recognizes the negative behaviors attributed to a toxic love pattern on "Bad With." But there's also a patent joy to the singer-songwriter's vocal delivery, a quivering, husky tone that is smoothened with a velvety touch. "Oh, can you be with someone you are bad with," Calico muses as an airy, soft rock melody ushers the subtle power of her candid gestures. The song's jangly, sun-soaked melody goes by pleasantly until its final minute, where she lets go of her apprehensions over a barbed guitar riff. It's a lovely finish that caresses your ears with a weightless glow. 

Watch the video for "Bad Habit" below. Juan Rodríguez

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New Track: "Underline" - The Insides

Before hitting the road with Rich People next week, The Insides released a new single. “Underline” is guided by the instrumental thrust of the power trio, countered by the softer, melodic aggression expressed in the lead vocals. Those juxtaposing elements provide an emotive energy that can be felt through your headphones/speakers. It surges in a place of solitude.





Oakland's Normies release "Space" & play Eli's Mile High Club (4.13)

There’s something very genuine that comes across in the debut single “Space” (streaming below) by the new Oakland post-punk outfit Normies. Besides being easy listening, the track is well-crafted from top to bottom, without losing the lo-fi appeal. The vocals rise and fall alongside the driving guitar parts, all while maintaining a dreamy appeal. This track is a strong start for the three-piece, and leaves us excited for what’s next. You can find them tomorrow (April 13th) at Eli’s Mile High Club, alongside Freak No Hitter, Scrim, and Screaming. - Lilly Milman

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Jordan Chism delivers dreamy pop on "Horoscopes"

Looking for a song that combines the '50s crooner stylings heard at the Enchantment Under the Sea Dance with light and airy synths? I thought so. Well, Nashville's Jordan Chism has delivered just that on her single "Horoscopes", written for an indie film titled The Boogeywoman, described as "a coming of age story about the horrors and wonders of becoming a woman." Well, there's nothing horrific about Chism's dreamy pop offering here, just sweet melodies and chill vibes. - Chris Thiessen

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Buzz Alert! Bodega announces debut album "Endless Scroll" + unveils new video

NYC's romance with Post Punk is not over yet, and we ain't gonna complain about it. The seminal movement from the 80's that triggered the first wave of creative yet minimalist DIY rock already influenced a slew of break-out local artists including Interpol, The Rapture, Liars, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah and Parquet Court among others. In the last few months, quintet Bodega (previously known as Bodega Bay) has made progress to potentially add their name to this list, gaining a lot of attention both in the city and at SXSW with their super-fun live performances enhanced by musical wild card Nikki Belfiglio's, an effervescent backing vocalist that also plays a range of percussive instruments. The trademark of the band's stripped down but driven sound, however, lies with Ben Hozie's semi spoken-word style of singing. The band just unveiled this video for single "Can't Knock the Hustle" and announced the released of their debut album Endless Scroll, scheduled for a Jun 1st release. Bodega also landed an opening gig for five Franz Ferdinand shows in April (including the Brooklyn Steel date on the 15th) and will tour Europe in May. Buzz alert, indeed!

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