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 The Deli readers have spoken, choosing Connecticut songwriter Frank Viele as the best emerging New England folk/soul artist of 2016.  A cocktail of classic soul/RnB, alt-rock, and a dash of country twang, Viele earns a place alongside artists like Ray Lamontagne and The Black Crowes...

Feb 22, 2017

 After a whirlwind year of recording and touring, Boston pop-punkers Tighticus Finch have flown from the nest as Cardinals.  Equipped with a new acoustic EP, Aftertaste, duo Emily Ronna and CJ Rarela are putting the proverbial (and literal) band back together, harnessing the...

Feb 20, 2017

The environment in which an album is recorded can often have a strong effect on a band's music.  It can also, on occasion, alter the perception of the listener.  Such is the case for Boston indie-rockers Jack Romanov in their new EP, The Smoking Room Sessions: I, ...

Feb 20, 2017

Deli Readers!

The results are in for our year-end Best Emerging New England Indie Rock Artist poll.  The popular vote has elected Tall Teenagers from Providence, RI as our 2016 Deli Readers' champions for the Indie Rock/Pop category.  They are a name we've been...

Feb 16, 2017

 A female-fronted band with a larger-than-life sound, Berklee alt-rockers, Self Portraits, employ an impressive, accessible sound that is sure to leave a mark on the Boston music scene.  Their music is full of varied influences, catchy pop sensibilities with an arena rock...

Feb 16, 2017

 There's an inviting quality to New World Haunts, the debut effort from indie-rock group, White Cassette.  It's an original, atmospheric sound that never outstays its welcome.  Filled with subtle, mature grooves and intelligent, emotional lyrics, Haunts, is...

Feb 16, 2017