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New Track: "Ask The Angels" - Potion 200

Potion 200, which is comprised of Bill Fries (Drone Ranger), Jeremy Colonna (Clasp), and Zack Robbins (Superheaven, DARK MTNS, Flight Habit, Sun Organ), recently shared a trio of tracks from their forthcoming LP Oblivion Parade. A smattering of percusion pops like firecrackers in the distance, hushed secretive vocals, and ascending keys build a mysterious intrigue on “Ask The Angels.” The song branches forward in a breezy pleasant jangle. Bill Fries's soft vocals lift as if floating on a daydream cloud. One steps into a fantasy world if only for a fleeting moment.

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New Track: "Grand Canyon" (The Magnetic Fields Cover) - Worriers

On December 14, Living Statue Records will release You Can Sing Me Anything: A Tribute to 69 Love Song, with a plethora of artists covering The Magnetic Fields' classic album. Proceeds from the benefit compilation will be directed towards No More Dysphoria, a non-profit organization created with the goal of helping transgender individuals pay for major aspects of their transition. For their part, Worriers take on “Grand Canyon”. In lieu of the airy bounce of the original, there’s a reeled-in bareness to this version, which brings the emotive resonance to the forefront. Its forthright vulnerability is self-accepting, yet yearning for change.





Phantom Atlantic - New Alt Rock Single "Beneath Your Moment"

Phantom Atlantic is a 4 piece alternative rock band from Toronto. Their latest track “Beneath Your Moment” has a slower pace which leaves plenty of room for the “haunting guitars, swirling synths and hypnotic rhythms.” The song was produced by Juno Award Winner Dan Brodbeck and has excellent sonic quality. Their previous single “Lessons” had more of an upbeat, energetic feel to it so this track shows a unique versatility in both their writing and playing. Connect with Phantom Atlantic and be prepared for more music on the way in 2019. – Kris Gies





Digital Brains and Strolling Omens host musical food drive at The End on 12.15

As the holiday season approaches, we here at The Deli jump at the bit to promote events that help the community, especially when good music is involved. If you're in town on Saturday 12/15, want to get off the naughty list, and enjoy some local music, head down to The End with your non-perishable food items. Local rock and roll bands Digital Brains and Strolling Omens are hosting a food drive to benefit the Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee, so you can do your good deeds while rocking out to songs like Digital Brains' new song "Self Destruction", which comes out 12/14. The first thirty people to bring donations to the show will receive a free copy of Digital Brains' newest EP III, so pack as much non-perishable food as you can and get to The End early. Then grab a whiskey toddy and warm up with some excellent music. Sounds like a night full of holiday joy.

Take a listen to "Catch A Break", the first track from III, below. - Will Sisskind





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