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Deli Best of Nashville 2009: Those Darlings are the winners!

  Artists
J
R
OC
Total
 
1
Those Darlins
12
0.003
 
12.003
2
Non Commissioned Officers
11
0.001
 
11.001
3
Protomen
7
3
 
10
4
Caitlin Rose
5
0.005
 
5.005
5
PUJOL
2
2
1
5
6
Tallest Trees
4
0.018
 
4.018
7
Heartbeater
4
0.016
 
4.016
 
Mikky Ekko
4
0.003
 
4.003
9
Bad Cop
3
1
 
4
10
Milktooth
3
0.056
0.75
3.806
11
Natural Child
3
0.003
 
3.003
12
Paper Route
3
0.002
 
3.002
13
Hotpipes
3
0.001
 
3.001
 
Kyle Andrews
3
0.001
 
3.001
15
Jensen Sportag
3
 
 
3
16
Vermicious K'nids
2
0.038
0.5
2.538
17
Look What I Did
2
0.011
 
2.011
18
JEFF the Brotherhood
2
0.004
 
2.004
19
KinderCastle
2
0.002
 
2.002
 
Madi Diaz
2
0.002
 
2.002
21
MEEMAW
2
0.001
 
2.001
22
The Band Perry
2
 
 
2
 
The Features
2
 
 
2
24
How I Became the Bomb
1
0.002
 
1.002
25
Altered Statesmen
1
 
 
1
 
My So Called Band
1
 
 
1
27
Diarrhea Planet
 
0.047
0.5
0.547
28
Square People
 
0.018
0.5
0.518
29
Marj
 
0.011
0.5
0.511
30
The Slow and Steady Winner
 
0.007
0.5
0.507
Legend: "J" = Jurors vote - "OC" =
Open Contest Points - "R" = Readers vote

 

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Year End Best of Nashville Readers' Poll - Final Top 10!

1
The Protomen
2
PUJOL
3
Bad Cop
4
Milktooth
5
Diarrhea Planet
6
Vermicious K'nids
7
Square People
8
Heartbeater
9
Marj
10
Look What I Did
This is the final Deli's Year End Best of Nashville Fans Poll's Top 10 - full breakdown of the votes here.

On Wednesday we'll publish the results of the Best of Nashville 2009 Poll, which is calculated through a rather complicated system involving a jury of scene makers, The Deli's writers, our readers, the bands' fans, and also through an initial open contest - rules can be found here. - Stay tuned!

The Deli's Staff

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The Protomen win Deli's Year End Best of Nashville Fans' Poll. Composite Chart announced soon

It was a long and complicated process, but our Best of Nashville Poll has finally come to an end. We have gathered all the data from jurors, writers, and readers, and we have indeed the first verdict: Alt Rockers The Protomen (once again) are The Deli Readers' Best Emerging Nashville Artist of 2009 - they took our Fans' poll by storm with more than 400 votes. Congrats to them! The results of our Composite Chart (the one including the votes from the jury and the writers which will elect the Deli's Best Emerging Nashville Artist of 2009) will be announced on Wednesday, as we need a few days to organize it and add up the votes (yeah, we suck at math).

Congrats also to PUJOL and Bad Cop - who placed 2nd and 3rd in the Fans' Poll.
 

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Music Video: Look What I Did "Fade To Daft"

Look What I Did have released a new music video for the song "Fade to Daft" from the upcoming album, Atlas DruggedAtlas is set to release 2/9/10 on Modernist Movement Recordings. 

The video was directed by Nick "Dune" Baydoun from Cake or Death Productions.  "Fade to Daft" and Atlas Drugged were produced by Brian Virtue (Jane's Addiction, Chevelle, Horse the Band).

You can pre-order the record for $6.99 here.

 

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Year End Best of Nashville Readers' Poll now on!

Deli Readers,

The Deli's Year End Best of Nashville Poll has finally entered its final stage with the Readers' Poll - sorry for the delay! This poll will contribute to our composite chart that will elect the Nashville Best Emerging Artist of 2009 and also forge the Deli's Readers' Best of Nashville 2009 chart. Winners of both charts will be rewarded with prizes and Deli love - a poll like this one is currently happening in all our 9 city branches, for more information about how our polls work go here, for info about the pool of prizes here.

The Deli Polls' goal is to give exposure to new and exciting local bands in a playful but meaningful way. The polls are open to all emerging artists from the specific area covered by our site, and the votes are cast by

1. a selected jury of local scene makers,
2. our writers,
3. the Deli readers including - of course - the bands' fans.

Unlike many other contests from many other music websites, our polls seem particularly effective in rewarding quality artists that end up having a long and successful career. This is a shortlist of bands that - in past editions - placed in the top 3 positions in our local polls: Yeasayer (NYC 2007), The Dodos (SF 2008), Vampire Weekend (NYC2006), Kid Sister (Chicago 2008), Drink Up Buttercup (Philly 2008), Chairlift (NYC 2008), Clap Your Hands Say Yeah (NYC 2005), Vivian Girls (NYC 2008).

We hope you'll enjoy the selection of bands we are bringing to you - if you are here to vote for one particular band, please take some time to click on some of those headphones icons in the list on the right - we are sure you'll find some great local music you were not aware of.

The Deli's Staff

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