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Crowning "Survival​/​Sickness"

Post Hardcore group Crowning has released their latest album, Survival/Sickness, via Zegema Beach Records. This is the band's first full-length album since their 2017 debut album Funeral Designs.

This is a concept album following the journey of a cosmic outsider who comes to earth and poses the album's main question, is survival the sickness?

Marissa Nadler livestream

Tonight at 8pm Baby TV presents Marissa Nadler live alongside Hilary Woods who is a sound and visual artist from Dublin. Rumour has it that a fog machine was acquired especially for this gig so you know they mean business.

It’s been said elsewhere that Marissa’s music “is deeply unique music rich in atmospheric harmonies and ambience paired with songs that evoke a surreal, hypnagogic versions of reality” and we here at the Deli heartily agree. Just don’t call her or her music “haunted” or “haunting” because she kinda hates that according to an interview a couple years back (we luv ya anyway Pitchfork).
 

Plus, Ms. Nadler recently covered vocal duties on a cover version of an early Journey song (“Of A Lifetime” see above) with the Two Minutes To Late Night guys (hello Saint Vitus!) and it’s heavy as hell. Anyway tune in tonight and decide for yourself or just check out her music in general.

Burr Oak "Flower Garden"

Savanna Dickhut (aka Burr Oak) has released the second single, "Flower Garden", from her forthcoming debut album Late Bloomer. The song is the perfect Autumn track touching on the changing of seasons and how that feeling can be applied to some relationships.

This singles follows last month's "Trying" and is Dickhut's fourth official single since branching out as Burr Oak.

Cordoba "Specter"

Cordoba recently channeled the scariest parts of 2020 into a spooky new album, Specter, which dropped the day before Halloween. The sextet uses their signature left of center jazz fusion grooves as a bed for lyrics that touch on topics like gentrification, police brutality, and escalating social unrest.

The group's lead singer Brianna Tong was on the most recent episode of the wonderful podcast Music Therapy with Jessica Risker discussing the new album, it's themes, and how to stay creative in these times.

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