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Weekly Special #184b: Spanish Prisoners

Led by vocalist Leo Maymind, Spanish Prisoners blend bubbly psych pop with dark telltale vocals and daydream guitar textures. Recently the band has played shows with the likes of Daniel Johnston, John Vanderslice and Foals. Shortly after their debut Spanish Prisoners expanded with keyboardist Amberly Hungerford, who also contributes with vocals adding even more diversity. They have recently released the “Los Angeles Guitar Dream” EP to a mass of good press, followed by a 7”, with remixes by RAC and Blind Man’s Color. In July they played a residency at the Cameo Gallery sponsored by The Deli and The Music Slut. - Read Stacy Surface interview with the band here.

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The Deli's Best of 2009: Submissions Closed, 2nd phase starts in January

Our Beloved Revolutionary Sweethearts in Bands,

As usual, The Deli's Year End Poll (for emerging artists) will assign the cover of our Spring Issue 2010. The polling process is as complex as rocket science (if you want to try and get your head around it be our guest and go here).

The submissions for the open contest that will select minimum 3 artists for the next phase is now closed. We are currently receiving the jurors' votes. The next phase will be the readers' vote, which will start on January 3.

All the bands that submitted to our open contest were also added to our chart system - which will get them some exposure in the future. 

Here we are taking a little bit of a holiday break - we'll still have some content up in the next few days, but not as much. We will see you back in early January - in the meantime Happy Holidays to you all!!


The Deli's Staff
www.thedelimagazine.com

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The Deli's Year End Best of 2009 Poll - Sponsors and Prizes

Musical peoples,

The Deli's Year End Polls are upon us! This year the pool of prizes is absolutely astounding: we would like to thank the companies that allowed us to run this poll and that are providing prizes for the bands that will win them.

PREMIUM SPONSORS

BMI Shure


OTHER SPONSORS

Software
iZotope Sampletron

Amplitube Fender
Sampletron T-Racks
providing a total of 27 audio plug in for the pool of prizes (9 iZotope, 9 IK Multimedia)

Music Insurance
Music Pro Insurance
providing 2 insurance policies for the pool of prizes

Music Stores
Dale Pro Audio Dale Pro Audio
providing a total of 7 $50 vouchers for the pool of prizes

Mastering
Vault Mastering The Lodge Mastering Knack Mastering
providing a total of 26 free mastered songs for the pool of prizes

Recording Studios
Grand Street Recording The Fort

Catfish Studio hideout studios Studio SQ
providing a total of 50+ hours of free recording for the pool of prizes

Screen Printing
Custom Band Tees
providing free custom T-Shirts for the pool of prizes


If your company is interested in sponsoring "The Deli Year End Best of Poll" it's not too late! Just contact us here.

The Deli Staff
www.thedelimagazine.com

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The Octagon is back with New Album + Tour

The Octagon's new album "Warm Love and Cool Dreams Forever" was recorded on 2 Tascam 4 track cassette recorders - which will force us to move them from our "indie rock" chart to the "lo-fi" one. But the band's music has always been lo-fi even when it wasn't so on a technical level: their songs are brief bursts of almost disorganized energy somehow tied together by Zachary Mexico's concise pop songs. The new album - out in early January - will be supported through an extended East Coast tour starting in Philly on 01.05.

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Rene Lopez brings a lighthearted touch to the Mercury on 12.22



Bronx native Rene Lopez grew up is NYC’s salsa clubs. Despite being a relatively new solo artist, Rene has been writing and performing music in the New York scene since the late 80s. Rene will be performing tracks from his recently released EP, Johnny Wants to Be A Matador, as well as new material for his forthcoming full-length, coming in 2010.

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