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Experimental Hip Hop

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23:59
Band name: 
Suzi Analogue
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/suzianalogue/
Venue name: 
Sunnyvale
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Discwoman Collective's Bearcat plays Fringe Arts 09.22

Discwoman collective artist Bearcat's wild, aggressive sampling of divergent styles and rhythms (from dembow to spoken word) in her work as producer and DJ is a mode of expression so potent and unique it feels like a sonic diaspora. As a DJ, and like all great djs, her mixes aren't simply beats mixed into other beats with the aim of getting asses on the dance floor. Rather, Bearcat expertly uses transitions and rhythms to achieve a fierce personal expression. The moment on her Chromat FW16 Runway Mix when a sample of a woman's voice continues to repeat "a girl's success...lies between her legs" while a pounding backbeat counters in the background is a thrilling example of how Bearcat uses beats to subvert, to provoke thought, and to transcend. She plays at Fringe Arts in Philly on September 22. -juan leon

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New Nymphaea EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Proceeds from Abode of the Merciful, the new release from Marit Rose Stafstrom, a.k.a. Nymphaea, is ticketed to a handful of causes, aimed at supporting those in need, which includes Houston Autonomous Relief, Philly For REAL Justice, National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, and friends affected by the Ghost Ship fire in Oakland. An air of cautious mystery percolates on her latest EP, as flashlights of synth and hushed vocals shine in the dimly lit corners. Propelled forward by the desire of discovery and alluring percussive beats, one keeps marching/dancing ahead. It’s an enchanting, sonic escape.





The Deli Philly's Featured Artist(s) Poll Winner: Pool Radio

The breezy, seductive synth-pop of this month’s Featured Artist(s) Poll winners Pool Radio is evident when spinning their new release Pool II. Unguarded, emotive intimacy is interlaced with inherent danceability, akin to fellow Philly natives Work Drugs. Founding members Justin Brady and Jonny Hart have been making music together since junior high, and we had a chance to catch up with Brady to dive a little deeper into the history, likes and dislikes of Pool Radio, which you can check out HERE.





The Deli Philly's Featured Artist(s) Poll Winner: Pool Radio

The breezy, seductive synth-pop of this month’s Featured Artist(s) Poll winners Pool Radio is evident when spinning their new release Pool II. Unguarded, emotive intimacy is interlaced with inherent danceability, akin to fellow Philly natives Work Drugs. Founding members Justin Brady and Jonny Hart have been making music together since junior high, and we had a chance to catch up with Brady to dive a little deeper into the history, likes and dislikes of Pool Radio, which you can check out below.

The Deli: How did you start making music? 

Justin Brady: We've been making music together since 8th grade, and started working on this project after our high school band, Lloyd Christmas, disbanded.

TD: Where did the name Pool Radio come from?

JB: Jonny wrote a song called, “Pool Radio 2004,” before we had a name for the project and I liked it a lot and thought that should be the name of the group. It's partly inspired by the Porches album- Pool, which is a fantastic project.

TD: What are your biggest musical influences?

JB: Tame Impala, Radiohead, Porches, Neon Indian, Phoenix, Starfucker.

TD: What artists (local, national and/or international) are you currently listening to?

JB: King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard and Mild High Club are two newer groups that we enjoy a lot. Tyler, the Creator's new album is dope. Homeshake has a new album out called, Fresh Air, that is sick; he always delivers. Also, shout out to our friends Soft Idiot & Bumsweat, making moves in the local Philly scene as well.

TD: What's the first concert that you ever attended and first album that you ever bought?

JB: My first concert was Kiss and Aerosmith at Jones Beach in New York. One of the first albums I copped when I got into vinyl was The King of Limbs by Radiohead.

Jonny's first concert was Steely Dan at Musikfest in Bethlehem.

TD: What do you love about Philly?

JB: We love hanging around Temple, and watching Pixar movies, as well as checking out the always interesting local music scene.

TD: What do you hate about Philly?

JB: We hate driving down Broad St. during rush hour…lol.

TD: What are your plans for the rest of 2017?

JB: Hopefully we can book some more gigs and perform our new material live. We are always writing and recording, and are hoping to release some fresh projects throughout the year, including a possible hip-hop project.

TD: What was your most memorable live show?

JB: We played this spot, "Eco-House," at Lehigh University in Bethlehem. About two hours after our set, a cop rolls up as the show had evolved into a DJ set, and the Sean Paul was too loud. We had to leave all of our gear there, still set up, and book it out of there before more cops showed up. Thankfully we had some friends nearby that could house us for the night. I actually moved into that nearby house a few weeks later…haha.

TD: What's your favorite thing to get at the deli?

JB: Poppy seed bagel with cream cheese - extra poppies.

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Alexis V. & Michael Colavita
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