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Neal Markowski “Newer Electronic Music”

Neal Markowski has released a new EP called “Newer Electronic Music”. Markowski is half of the experimental duo Korean Jeans, and holds true that sense of experimentation and improvisation on this collection.

For these three recordings he plays the Moog Grandmother, Moog Opus 3, and Tascam 424.

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Homemade Spaceship

Denver-based, Chicago-born EDM producer Homemade Spaceship (aka Rob Levere) has released a new EP called “Please Abduct Me”. This is his first new release since 2017’s “Cosmic Latte”.

Below is the Cait Falconers created video for the EP’s opening track “Sit By My Fire”.

You can catch Homemade Spaceship at Bourbon on Division on November 23nd with LWKY and MIDIcinal.

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Binary Canary "iterative systems"

Binary Canary is preparing to release a new album, iterative systems, via Carrier Records on October 4th. You can currently stream the album’s opener “I” and the album’s neat two minute centerpiece “metal” below.

This is the improvised collaboration between electronic artist Ted Moore and Saxophonist Kyle Hutchins.

This is the duo’s first album since 2017’s “bc+1” and It was recorded back in July 2018 at CHIME Studio at University of Chicago.

You can catch Binary Canary at Constellation on November 3rd.

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Time: 
20:00
Band name: 
Mystic Underground
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/themysticunderground
Venue name: 
The Bowery Electric
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Bye-Bye!

Dear Deli Philly Readers,

I’m a procrastinator by nature, and this is certainly a post that I’ve been procrastinating to write. When I first became involved with the Philly music community, I started with booking shows at various spaces and for local area acts. I remember coming out to a show in Brooklyn to support one of the local bands that I was helping out, and I was really interested in figuring out how I could connect similar-minded, up-and-coming NYC acts with the lesser known yet talented Philly artists that I was assisting. During that time, if you had heard of a touring act coming to your town, they were usually already a little too popular to really want to trade shows with any acts that they didn’t know personally and/or probably had never heard of. That was when I just happened to come across a print issue of the NYC Deli Magazine in a coffee shop. (I still probably have that copy somewhere because I’m a borderline hoarder.) It was exactly what I was looking for – a publication that was dedicated to giving exposure to interesting-sounding, indie/DIY acts that were still flying under the radar of the larger music blogs and news organizations.

I was instantly a fan of what The Deli was doing, so when I read that they were opening a Philadelphia branch, I was psyched to get involved. I have always been a bit of a music geek who spent way too much of his time listening to and discovering new music to make mixtapes, burn CD mixes, and create playlists for my friends. The Deli Philly just felt like a natural extension of what I had been doing most of my life. However, when I submitted my first post, I never imagined that I would be writing my final one over a decade later, which will unfortunately also be The Deli Philly’s last as well.

Running the Philadelphia site and helping to edit the NYC print magazine have truly been a joy to me and a labor of love, but as some of you may or may not know, I recently became a father, and I’ve been simply finding myself lately more interested in jamming on a toy cat synthesizer with my daughter and deejaying private dance parties for her than practically anything else in the world. So deciding to move on from what has been such an essential part of my life for over the last ten years or so was definitely a difficult decision, but it also became a much easier one. It just felt right.

I’d like to take this time to thank all those who have supported us over the years and those who have inspired us with your music, words, photos/graphics, and always much-appreciated kindness. Of course, extra special thanks go out to Deli Editor-in-Chief Paolo De Gregorio for his passion and genuine good nature, Michael Colavita, whom The Deli Philly could have never survived without for the last few years, Tedd Hazard for his creativity and humor, and all the wonderful writers and photographers who have contributed to The Deli Philly site. It’s been an honor to share your words and art. And finally, for those who might still be interested in what I’ve been listening to of late, you will soon be able to find interviews with some of my favorite musicians over at Delicious Audio. (That is after I take a much-needed vacation.)

Much Love to All,

Q.D. Tran

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