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Bring Our Music Back Festival (B.O.M.B.) - May 30th

Bring Our Music Back Festival (B.O.M.B.) will bring together the most promising bands in the Northeast as well as nationally recognized names on May 30th at Durham Fairgrounds in Durham, CT. Frankie Bombaci states on the home site for the festival that B.O.M.B started with the small idea of "“Hey, what if I bring some up and coming local bands and let them play at the same scene with some well-known gigs?" The festival is headlined by Lupe Fiasco, Of Montreal and Jay Electronica. The festival will also feature some stellar local bands such as M.T. Bearington, (New Haven, CT) The Band Eclypse, (Scarsdale, NY) The Shills (Boston, MA) and Clarias (Boston, MA).

Another great thing about B.O.M.B festival is the inexpensive ticket price (A one-day advance ticket price of $50). What is done with the profits is even better than the price itself. A percentage of the money goes to foundations such as The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp and The Connecticut Children’s Hospital. Last year’s festivities raised $30,000 for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

The Deli will be attending this year's festival so come find us and say hello!

You can purchase tickets HERE - $50 advance $60 dos
B.O.M.B Festival - Durham Fairgrounds in Durham, CT

--Nicholas Palumbo


Mars Pyramid CD Release Party @ Radio Bean 4/30

Tomorrow Burlington ambient/drone music label Mars Pyramid will be celebrating their Spring batchof releases with a pretty sweet lineup of people at the Radio Bean starting at 11pm and rolling until about 2am. Label owner VIKOMT will be heading up the night along side Lendway's Kevin Lynam, a collaboration between the two called Antaeus, as well as Yellow Knife, and local fuzzy alt rockers Ghost Weapons. Releases include VIKOMT's Twilight Visions, Alma Daae's Wormwood Star, and Kevin Lynam's Tune Cloud. Check the MP site for details. Going to be a pretty sweet night.

--The Deli Staff


Brothers McCann play Radio Bean Burlington, VT 4/30, Johnny D's Somerville, MA 5/6


Brothers McCann is a folk-pop roots group who describe themselves as "...a “ground-up” New England band through and through." Brothers McCann has influences of Ben Harper and moe. type roots, but with more funk and soul and less jamband sap. Their debut release Different Colors is made out of 100% organic materials (!!!) and they are selling it for only 10 bucks. They will be playing Radio Bean on Friday the 30th and Johnny D's on May 6th. These guys are down with the New England scene and successfully capture the beauty, energy and diversity of the area with their sound.

Radio Bean  - 8 N. Winooski Ave. Burlington, VT

Johnny D's - 17 Holland St. Davis Sq Somerville MA

---The Deli Staff


Quiet Desperation presents the 32nd Annual WBCN Rumble!! THURSDAY AT GREAT SCOTT

 The WBCN Rock 'n' Roll Rumble is a timeless tradition in Boston. With the recent demise of WBCN, Rob Potylo has decided to revive the contest, but in a non-traditional fashion. The WBCN Rumble had a reputation to promote local bands in a competitive way through an elimination contest even though they rarely played local music on their station. WBCN has a place in my heart. I don't know what that place looks like, possibly my bedroom at age fifteen listening to Nik Carter's show writing angry notes (that would be folded into hearts) to my friends about what a stupid bastard Nik Carter is and wondering who is picking this music? As grunge died off and corporate America consumed the music business, the station turned to crap and died. The Rumble this Thursday is in celebration of local music and the Boston music community. I will be one of the "judges". Come rejoice with the sounds of:
Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling

Rob Potylo (Full-band)

Quiet Desperation is a sitcom about the Boston music scene. Check out episode nineteen above.

Great Scott - Allston MA 8pm, 8 bucks, 18+

--Meghan Chiampa

Rubblebucket releases new single "Came Out of a Lady" @ Higher Ground April 29th


Rubblebucket will be releasing a new single along with three remixes on April 29th at Higher Ground in South Burlington, Vermont and online everywhere. It's called "Came Out of a Lady" Hard copies will be available at all their upcoming shows in the Northeast as well as nationally. This is the first episode of a new series called "MASTERS From Their Day" where it shows the formation of the song "Came Out of a Lady" which took only six hours to make and record.

The show at Higher Ground will also feature Vermont's Tooth Ache and Villanelles.

All Ages

$10 adv/$15 dos

Doors 8PM

Tooth Ache 8:30 Villanelles 9:15 Rubblebucket 10PM.

--The Deli Staff


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