Songwriters

The Deli Philly's Featured Artist(s) Poll Winner: Radiant Life Perspective

Though they have “never really played a show” together, Ian Bennett and Bobbie Parker are certainly doing something right in the realm of songwriting and recording under the moniker Radiant Life Perspective. With previous movie and TV soundtrack credits helping to spread their sound, the duo blend in-sync harmonies with playful melodies even in the most downtrodden of moments. Get to know more about Radiant Life Perspective HERE.

New Tapes & Tubes LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Tapes & Tubes, a.k.a. Austin Potter, has recently released a retrospective collection of songs entitled Retroactive. Available on cassette and lathe-cut vinyl via UK label Liquid Library, the songs emerge from in between the cracks with their intimately hushed/secretive vocal tones. The album touches on those deep, isolating, pensive states that come to the forefront when returning from sleep or conversely nodding off to slumber.

DAN EDMONDS - "LOVE CAN BE A TUNNEL"

Dan Edmonds is gettin' his solo career going quite nicely since his former band Harlen Pepper decided to go their separate ways. His debut solo album "Ladies on the Corner" will be released on October 7th via Missed Connection Records and Edmonds has dropped a video for the lead single. "Love Can Be A Tunnel" has a laid back folk rock feel with a cool chord progression and hypnotic vocal melodies. The song is about some ladies on the corner that he would talk to before heading into the studio in downtown Hamilton. The song shows there are different tunnels of love with the first verse being rather dark and the second becoming more positive. The video was directed by Taylor Heres. He'll be at The Dakota Tavern on October 7th before heading on a tour to Western Canada. - Kris Gies

New Track: "Alligator" - Hello Shark

Vermont transplant Linc Halloran, a.k.a. Hello Shark, is about to release his first album as a Philly native. Delicate is scheduled to drop on September 30 via Orindal Records, a label run by Owen Ashworth (who used to record under the moniker Casiotone for the Painfully Alone and now does so as Advance Base). Below is Hello Shark's latest charming single, "Alligator," which opens his forthcoming LP, produced by Attic Basement's Michael Rheinheime. (Photo by Abi Reimold)

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