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Jason Karaban releases new single for upcoming "Just Enough, Just In Case" EP

Jason Karaban | "Succeed 101"

Singer/songwriter Jason Karaban is taking a departure from the warm intimacy of his last EP Mayfly to the multi-instrumental and brighter sounds of his forthcoming Just Enough, Just In Case EP. If "Succeed 101" is any indication of the new release, expect Karaban's signature pen in heavy lyric, but in a more optimistic sonic avenue.


Last chance to catch Mississippi Man at Silverlake Lounge

Rock folk-pop artists Mississippi Man are wrapping up their November residency at Silverlake Lounge tonight.  The bittersweet ending comes after having shared the corner stage hideout this month with The Color Turning, Spirit Vine, Olin and the Moon and Make Moon (just to name a few). Their epic residency comes to a close tonight with Last American Buffalo and other fine, notable acts on the bill, all at the cost of $0.


Free Restavrant set + booze TONIGHT at...

A free set by Restavrant and a limited quantity of free beer?  Where?  Who?  What?  Ehh?  You can count on The Deli Magazine LA's Twitter page to provide the details.  Follow us.  Plus, these blog-posted heads up won't be around for too long -- we'll be going completely exclusive to our Twitter page for passwords, giveaways, and a-little-bird-told-us tips!


Regrets & Brunettes host free release party set tonight @ Echo

Nearly two years in the making, Regrets & Brunettes' debut album At Night You Love Me will finally be released to the masses. Join them (as well as Seasons and Downtown/Union) for a release party at the Echo tonight to preview the fresh material. Plus, it's free, and we know you like free.


Julian Casablancas loves L.A. (He loves it!)

Frontman of The Strokes and Silver Lake resident newbie Julian Casablancas wrapped up his four-show residency at the Downtown Palace Theater Friday night with a musical and visual spectacle that could rival Disneyland’s electrical light parade.

For loyal Strokes fans, Casablancas’ solo project Phrazes for the Young has been a long time coming—the garage rock revivalists haven’t put a record out since 2006, which slipped off the charts much quicker than their previous album Room on Fire in 2003, let alone their debut record. Long story short, Strokes followers are stoked that he’s back, as they should be.

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